It’s St. Patrick’s Day. Time to pick up The Wake and toss back the Guinness.
Same ground rules as last year. (Made you look.)
This time around, I take up the challenge at page 414, where Joyce tells his version of the old fable, full of entomological and philosophical puns and wordplay.
(Don’t try to figure it out. Just enjoy the ride.)
Again . . . Bluffing is encouraged.
James Joyce: Finnegans Wake (The Ondt and the Gracehoper)