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A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake Unlocking James Joyce's Masterwork

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Ness revealer of the letter prophet and Iseult nature s direction gatherer and composer of letters The children are the present future of FWBiological and Social evolution engenders parental responsibilities to successful offspring brother s battle Shaun in accord and Shem in conflict with local Dharma to continue and expand consciousness3 FW s book III Vico s democratic devotes itself to what will be of HCE ALP s children s the baton will be passed on again from HCE ALP to Shaun Shem and Iseult daughter The children s influences pon the world is the future generation presently Emilie Du Chatelet unknowable of FWOur offspring will inherit and evolve their Own individual particular temporal consciousness within their local social Dharma MaMaLuJo community despite our efforts our thoughts our hopes our dreams4 FW ends book IV Vico s chaos with ALP s HCE s lovemaking dissolution dream Joycean Nirvana is attained by ALP via Dzogchen T gal and HCE via Dzogchen Trekch realizing the heart of enlightenment in the present moment transcending all defilements and fixations beyond all dualistic polarities so that their rainbow bodies are realizednification with the Unmanifest Creation Incarnate conception and Reincarnation the baton has been passed on again Danis Rose and John O Hanlon 201012 corrected edition reveals the converging 4 visions of T gal and 4 stages of Trekch Ever living Tree of sentient life timecompassion and Immutable stone spacelaw Yet is no body present here which was not there before Only is order othered Nought is nulled Fuitfiat Should we Aspire Aspire to what To that which manifested consciousness ALP s HCE s converging T gal Trekch The night has passed all dissolves the Lotus blooms sunrise a ChristKrishna Saint Kevin is born illuminated by light an aeon begins Muta native didicism and Juva invading docetism observe Mankind s existential struggle Archdruid vs St Patrick Unmanifest spiritual vs Manifest deitiesidols Revered Letter FW Joyce s WestEast Tibetan bardos ALP s HCE s Moksha revelation Creation Incarnate conception and Reincarnation to endrestart again Shiva s trident ending the world Save me from those therrble prongsJoycean Nirvana lies on the surface of FW s text mandala available to all excavating below the surface of the text reveals the arguments that support the Nirvana present granular mindfulness and refutes all institutionalreligious dogma children s marginalia rightingreversing misconceived lessons and authoritarian oppression Wellington Museum s militarism expressed as instrument of people or oppression by rulers Joyce reveals the Dzogchen Father Tantras or Maha Yoga in book I1 4 and Dzogchen Mother Tantras or Anu Yoga in book I5 8 Shem is identified as receptive to Ati Yoga or Non Dual Tantras Tiberiast Duplex book I6 the answer to the Riddles the Tiberiast Duplex is Shem Joyce the Enlightened One The Children learn in book II Dzogchen Semde MindTime Series self knowledge awareness and Dzogchen Longde Space Series evolution knowledge primordial wisdom rigpa HCE dreams intends in book III to impart Dzogchen Mannagde Secret Instruction Series Self Liberation knowledge to his ChildrenFW is aural oral history like Homer s Odessey and Celtic folktales when one pronounces phonology FW s words aloud there are languages than just English also when one reads morphology FW s words almost all the words are portmanteaus neologisms which gives each of FW s poly syncretic words many meanings Easy Asian Cookbook Box Set: Easy Korean Cookbook, Easy Filipino Cookbook, Easy Thai Cookbook, Easy Indonesian Cookbook, Easy Vietnamese Cookbook (Korean ... Recipes, Asian Recipes, Asian Cookbook 1) universal impermanence Heisenbergncertaintyobscurity each FW syncretic sentence dozens of possible messages each FW syncretic paragraph hundreds of possible readings Joyce s rendering of a expansive English language and multiplicating Star Wars universal book with coalescing syncretic themesstories that respondsopens to each reader s inuiries Joyce schooled in Christian Jesuit metaphysics pushed down into the mindfulness of human consciousness breathes in the spirit of expansive Celtic Irish democratic community tavern life where man s stories of life are told Tavern life teaches the evolution of Joyce s ten God thunderclaps one hundred lettered words pushing man s evolution forward from cave man s tales to modern tv media tales Inside the tavern man learns of the purely human animal fall taken down by another humans like animal taken down on the African savanna A granular reading of FW can render FW as anpdated John Milton s Paradise Lost regurgitated knowledge from the tree to affirm man s damnation however Charles Darwin s The Origin of Species was published in 1859 and Joyce in FW book II clearly walks Shaun Shem and Iseult through their earthly evolutionary lifetime travails our mortality is a conseuence of Life s evolution Every page of FW speaks to man s evolution Patience, My Dear (The Lochmoor Glen Series, unconscious biological conscious social aspirational personal and to Life recirculating West meets Dzogchen East a meeting of metaphysical minds that binds humanity together into the future Dzogchen beyond all dualistic polarities the heart of human consciousness Joyce snderlying subcutaneous arguments refute the Western curse of metaphysicalmythological damnation the curse does not exist in the Eastern mind Like counting the number of angels on the head of a pin Auinas 1270 Joyce provides a granularexpansive reading of FW as a defense against all Western adversity for our conscious and Artists on Art unconscious Western travails HCE s angst is caused by his community that imposes a Western curse damnationpon him that man is not guilty ofto experience Joycean Nirvana a defense against this man made guilt is reuired for as Zoroaster revealed cosmogonic dualism evil is mixed with good in man s niversal everyday travails even the Dalai Lama must defend Nirvana rigorously from the most populous authoritarian state in human historyUNMANIFEST METAPHYSICS Western Eastern FW book II ch 2 misinterpreted by Campbell but implied through other Campbell works112 LUTHER S EPISTLE SERMONS Christ Consciousness Gnostic Christianity intellectual revelation of His message 8 Paul s assertion that the glory of God s children is now Unmanifest but shall be revealed in them Colossians 3 3 4 Ye died and your life is hid with Christ in God When Christ who is our life shall be manifested then shall ye also with him be manifested in glory So long as God s childrenwear the livery of the devil they have the world s pleasures They are wealth and powerful have honor and money in plentyThus the rightful order of things is reversed they who are God s appear to be the devil s and the devil s to be God s This condition is painful to the pious Indeed heaven and earth and all creatures cry out in complaining protest nwilling to be subject to evil and to suffer the abuse of the The Superior Peninsula ungodlyJoseph P Macchio The Christian Conspiracy destructionsuppression of diversity and doctrines 39th Festal Letter of Athanasius 367 CE gospels of Thomas Philip and Mary Magdalene expunged leaving Matthew Mark Luke and John the lost years of Jesus 13 30 yrs old Nag Hammadi manuscripts direct personal and absolute knowledge of the authentic truths of existence are accessible to human beings a knowing by and of anncreated selfleads to freedom mytho poetic in story and allegorysubtle visionary insights inexpressible by rational proposition or dogmatic affirmation God is as a duality and as a nity of masculine and feminine elements Jesus possible travels knowledge of India Tibetan text trans Notovitch Jesus euated women with the Divine Mother of the UniverseJesus adept in Eastern traditionsinterpreted mystical meanings beyond that accepted in the orthodox frameworkthe vast number of gospels and writings that were excluded from the Christian canonapostle Paul s theologyaffinity with Christian Gnosisthat Paul may have taught the preexistence and resurrection of the souldoctrines of preexistence and reincarnationembodied fallen angels watchers and Nephilimembodied evil was a part of early Christianity cosmogonic dualism Doctrines of Augustine how he formulated the dogmas of original sin infant damnation and predestination and rejected #Preexistence And ReincarnationKrishna Is # and reincarnationKrishna is original person From Maha Visnu expands this niverse from Maha Visnu S Abdomen A Lotus abdomen a lotus grows and a beautiful lotus flower blooms and in that lotus flower Brahma is born When Brahma Creation becomes angry Shiva Destruction is born from between Brahma s eyebrows Three things are present in a material world Creation Brahma Maintenance Visnu most difficult and Destruction Shiva not the origin of the Aum and the Scriptures Shiva Shiva Tattva is a temporal manifestation of Visnu a product of Visnu s contact with material energy there is no Shiva in the spiritual world The entire Sweet Potato Pie universe consists ofnlimited Braving the Elements (Darkness, universes sometimes manifest and sometimesnmanifest when The Haunted House and Other Spooky Poems and Tales unmanifest Shiva is alsonmanifest Shiva has no permanent existence Krishna in all his Visnu Tattva forms continues to engage in his pastimes in the spiritual world that is eternal blissful and full of knowledge and Medical Marijuana unaffected by the destructions that Shiva causes in the material world there is no Shiva nor destruction in the spiritual worldThrice Greatest Hermes Vol 2 by GRS Mead CORPUS HERMETICUM Unmanifest God is mo. Sor of mythology and literature named Joseph Campbell working with Henry Morton Robinson wrote the first key or guide to entering the fascinating disturbing marvelously rich world of Finnegans Wake The authors break down Joyce'snintelligible book page. .
Joyce and Finnegans Wake reminds me of Caden Cotard and his play in Synecdoche New York Caden is nominated for a MacArthur Fellowship grant and he decides to go about writing and directing a radical revolutionary play His aim is to encapsulate life itself by mimicking life itself As the movie goes on the play becomes and complicated because Caden adds and individual storylines occurring concomitantly The play is eventually moved to an abandoned jet hangar to fit the set The set is a microcosmic honeycomb of the world outside it couples are breaking A Walk Across France up in one room a woman is pregnantnexpectedly someone kills themselves etc Everyone is enad with Caden s genius Nicademus until he becomes overly engrossed with his work and the play subsumes his realitySo why does Caden s masterpiece never entertain a real audience Why is Finnegans Wake often deemed a piece of literary curiosa The book is so expansive that to really enjoy it one would have to be an omnipotent power There s absolutely no way one can be so erudite as tonderstand every pun reference and trope One would have to be fluent in French Russian German Irish Gaelic Italian maybe even Chinese one would have to be familiar with Nordic Irish Indian Chinese etc etc myth one would have to be not just familiar with world geography but be a human atlas Joyce worked on Finnegans Wake for fourteen years with help from the likes of Samuel Beckett Joyce was no omnipotent being This isn t inherently bad but it makes this book a life project and even as one coughs p a couple last breaths as a well read octogenarian they still would have missed something in the bookHaving not read the book Campbell does a decent job of dumbing it down for you but even in reading the idiot s guide the book is clearly outrageously difficult Anyway I m gonna go for it not sure how much insight was provided but it did give some structure to my own reading much of campbell s later proto myth bs is thrown throughout although in joyce s case he might have been right about what the attempt was who knows preferred anthony burgess essay although any interpretation is really hard to separate from the interpretermostly joyce loved puns but not the funny kindin the beginning of the ALP section that ends the book you readSoft morning city Lsp I am leafy speaing Lpf Folty and folty all the nights have failed on to long my hair Not a sound falling Lispn No wind no word Only a leaf just a leaf and then leaves The woods are fond always As were we their babes in And robins in crews so It is for me goolden wending Unless Away Rise p man of the hooths you have slept so long Or is it only so hesleemsthis is one of the least nonsensical passages and gives a glimpse of what campbell and morton mean when they talk about the Turning The Professor Into A Crossdressing, Sissified and Feminized Pet - A Tale of Forced Feminization! ur meaning of joyce s language Here ALP is the wife of HCE waking himp the river Liffey running through town I am leafy and a tree losing its leaves as ALP loses her hair All three are one and conjure images of decay rebirth renewal The fall and the rising and the suddenness of both the themes which do poke through whenever meaning seems close bymostly though i think of my own dreams where two people might be the same people a place may shift from one to the next without a thought or explanation and a never ending dread of the future and misremembering of the past might weigh over everything that is the only lens i could find to make any sense of the wake One of the first and still indispensable books for working through Finnegan s Wake The authors present their sense of the text beneath the text beneath the text beneath the text along with some commentary and thoughts about what is going onCampbell went on to become an icon in the field of mythology symbolism and world religions His knowledge and intellectual powers are at full play here in what was one of his earliest texts This was offputting to me I read about a hundred pages before I put it down To me it is like translations of William Shakespeare into contemporary English Shakespeare stole most of his stories so the idea that the beauty of his writing is in his stories and that his language is an obstacle to that beauty seems dubious to meIt should be nderstood that my distaste for The Skeleton Key is a reflection of my own biases about art and aesthetics than of Robinson and Campbell s work From what I read of it Robinson and Campbell were making a kind of sense of much of Finnegans Wake I found that I disagreed with how they were doing it To tack on another reference to the Shakespeare cultural industry to me "it smelled of Bowdlerization which is not to say that Robinson and Campbell clean p Joyce s work rather "smelled of Bowdlerization which is not to say that Robinson and Campbell clean p Joyce s work rather me the Skeleton Key seemed a dilution of my reading experience rather than a distillation of Joyce s powerful text Sort of interesting introduction less so than that in the Oxford Press edition of FW and a bit confusing of interesting introduction less so than that in the Oxford Press edition of FW and a bit confusing follow while reading FW in parallel Mankind should be grateful for Campbell s 1st elucidation of FINNEGANS WAKE FW or someone else may have translated the text but not as expertly Sadly many readers start with A Skeleton Key or read it without first spending time with FW correctly most criticisms center on Campbell s personal commentaries which are extremely limited confined to his personal knowledge at the time of his writing absolutely inadeuate to tackle Joyce s two decades lifetime of workCaution Reading Campbell s A Skeleton Key is NOT reading FINNEGANS WAKEFirst page error 72 yrs now When Campbell was 9 yrs old 1913 he was NOT introduced to FINNEGANS WAKE 1939 Ulysses not published till 1922 However sometime between 1939 Campbell was 35 yrs old and when Campbell and Robinson published The Skin of Whose Teeth December 19 1942 in The Saturday Review identifying The Skin of Our Teeth Thornton Wilder s Pulitzer Prize appropriation of some of Joyce s FW themes Campbell started reading FW and by 1944 A Skeleton Key was publishedCampbell most famous for Follow your Bliss was greatly possibly entirely influenced by FW In many ways Campbell s body of work which may establish him as America s greatest 20th century philosopher grew from Campbell s first published book A Skeleton Key and the many streams of thought emanating from Joyce s FW A Skeleton Key elucidates both Joyce s FW as well As Campbell S Lifetime Body Campbell s lifetime body work It must be remembered that Campbell was just 40 yrs old and had spent only 3 yrs writing A Skeleton Key when published though the translation is excellent almost all Campbell s personal commentaries of FW s meanings can and should be challengedI suspect A Skeleton Key will always be the first place readers start for elucidation and all scholarship begins sadly many readers will never escape Campbell s interpretations A Skeleton Key 1 removes some of the difficult reading of FW and 2 adds much nderstanding A Skeleton Key is a scholarly challenging and an easier read than FW however it is NOT a replacement for FW Personally most helpful is Campbell s elucidation of 1 FW s framework Giambattista Vico s La Scienza Nuova s 4 stages of history cyclic theocratic to aristocratic to democratic to chaos followed by Joyce s God thunderclap which ends chaos and restarts the world again with theocracy 2 Campbell s misinterpretation of Tiberiast Duplex Non Dual Tantras 3 Campbell s lifetime body of work most importantly his writings on Tibetan BuddhismYoga and lastly 4 his misinterpretation of FW s book II2 but his other writings and Oracle Web Application Programming For Pl/Sql Developers understandings of UNMANIFEST METAPHYSICSCorrected A Skeleton Key4 FW ends book IV Vico s chaos with a half sentence A away a lone a last a loved a long the the first words of FW is the second half of the sentence riverrun1 FW s book I1 Vico s theocratic describes 1 Finnegan s passing pedantic fall an aeon ends Joyce s God thunderclap restarting book I from ending book IV and 2 transition from Finnegan his fertile historic home to HCE an invading Ulysses The first 4 chapters of book I introduces readers to the father protagonist HCE his syncretic history and folk hearsay and the second 4 chapters of book I are devoted to the woman who will catch her man who becomes mother HCE s wife ALP her syncretic history and folk hearsay Finnegan represents the archaeological past a passing aeon held by a forefather a Brahma Ireland s Brahmas impermanent antspon a whale carcass with his wisdom of the history of all men and times Finnegan passes his baton his place in the fabric of the Present Pasts universe to HCE now present in time with his particular past The parents HCE ALP are the new present anchored by their particular pasts in FWAfter 4 billion years of biological evolution Here we are well Where are we and Where did we come from Our individual particular consciousness has been inherited from the past a temporal space in an expanding consciousness and Biological evolution has divideds by sex which induces Social evolution to procreate offspring to fill our temporal consciousness when we expire2 FW s book II Vico s aristocratic devotes itself to HCE ALP s children Shaun extrovert man of the world stasisspace Sartre s Being carrier of the letter cleric of church and builder Shem introvert artist changetime Sartre s Nothing. Since its publication in 1939 countless would be readers of Finnegans Wake James Joyce's masterwork that consumed a third of his life have given Les Altaens : Peuple turc des montagnes de Sibrie up after a few pages and dismissed it as a perverse triumph of thenintelligible In 1944 a young profes.
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St manifest of Hermes to his son Tat1 I will recountthat thou may st cease to be without the mysteries of the God beyond all namebut the Unmanifest for ever is for It doth not desire to be made manifest It ever is and maketh manifest all other things Being himself UnmanifestGod is not made himself by thinking manifest he thinketh all things manifest Now thinking manifest deals with things made alone for thinking manifest is nothing else than making2 He then alone who is not made tis clear is both beyond all power of thinking manifest and is Unmanifestpray first The Possible Police untothe One and Only One from whom the One doth comeFor thought alone sees the Unmanifest in that it is itself Unmanifest3 Who is the One who watcheth o erall of the heavenly godsthis so great One4 There is someone who is the Makerwhich lacketh place and lacketh measurethe One who hath not yet ordained it order5 Would it were possiblepoised midway tween earth and heaventhe motionless in motion and the Unmanifest made manifest whereby is made this order of the cosmos and the cosmos which we see of order6 If thou would st see Him too through things that suffer deaththink of a man s being fashioned in the wombwhile hiding out of sight those of least honour7 Behold how many artsall in perfect measure yet all diversified Who made them all What Mother or what Sire save God alone Unmanifest who hath made all things by his Will8 And no one saith a statue or a picture comes to be without a sculptor or without a painterhe greater than all namesFor verily he is the Only One9 His being is conceiving of all things and makingall things in heaven in air in earth in deep in all of cosmos in every part that is and that is not of everything For there is naught in all the world that is not he He is himself both things that are and things that are not The things that are he hath made manifest he keepeth things that are not in himself10 He is the God beyond all name he the Unmanifest he the most manifest he whom the mind alone can contemplatehe is the One of no body the One of many bodies nay rather he of every bodyJoyce s FW celebrates the Joys of ChristianBuddhist diversity of humanity expansive human consciousness Gnostic Norwegian Captain Shem Archdruid Brahma Finnegan HCE Shaun Divine Women ALP Iseult Nuvoletta his family and the Sufferings of the inescapable evil of Shiva Buckley the debilitating harmful sterile intrusive authoritarian institutionalizing damnation MaMaLuJo St Patrick by Augustine the manufactured clerical corruption identified by Luther since 367 AD and the burdens of survival of the fittest anxiety modern commerce met with a Dzogchen Buddhist stance The innocent infant Norwegian Captain Krishna HCE occasionally defensive Shiva HCE though concretized Brahma HCE by community family life MaMaLuJo through spirits drink HCE can access his spirituality dreams and through spiritual cutting through love making with ALP direct approach can access their Krishnasnification with the Unmanifest Joyce was a Prophet who consumed Man s conscious and spiritual thoughts and dreams history and gossip efforts and failings to reveal the joys Nirvana and sufferings Sa s ra of MankindHermes Trismegistus reveals in the Corpus Hermeticum the Unmanifest to his son Tat however Maha Visnu s A Letter To Pakistan unlimitedniverses sometimes manifest and sometimes Before Our Eyes unmanifest predates Western revelations by centuries Unmanifest spiritual God Visnu is omniscient compassionate eternal Manifestniverses consist of Euilibrium Visnu Creation Brahma and Destruction Shiva Shiva is a temporal manifestation of Visnu whose destructions are manifest and cannot interact with the Unmanifest Zoroaster revealed Cosmogonic dualism where inescapeable manifest evil Shiva is mixed with good Visnu and Brahma The 39th Festal Letter 367 AD expunged Unmanifest spirituality from Christ s message Nag Hammadi manuscripts spiritual revelations beyond the orthodox cannon Doctrines of Augustine dogmas of original sin infant damnation and predestination were brought to Ireland by St Patrick Conuistadors Death on Milestone Buttress uash Latin America s Toltec seers conseuently extinguishing Unmanifest spirituality sentient s place in the fabric of the temporalniverse preexistence and reincarnation All Manifest gods are deitiesidols creations of man only the Umanifest A Dark and Stormy Knight (Victorian Rebels, untouched by man is affirmative by definition ourniverse s reality its matter its laws consciousness manifest manifest local ephemeral astronomic physics vs Unmanifest Who Killed Mohtta universal eternalantum Maya Thaya Tamas Rajas Sattvas physics Joyce returns Mankind to the path to the UnmanifestJoyce s FW message ChristianBuddhist omniscient compassion ChristKrishna is eternally joyful and recirculating Affirmative family HCEBrahma ALPDivine woman children existentiality life s biological evolution sex modern survival money constraining community Dharma social evolution are constantly assaulted by inescapable aggressive insidious vile corrupt soullesssucking ossified demonic antipathetic attacks Joycean Nirvana is attained via the ChristianBuddhist affirmative middle vile corrupt soullesssucking ossified demonic antipathetic attacks Joycean Nirvana is attained via the ChristianBuddhist affirmative middle beyond polar opposites the path of ChristBuddhaJCB I doubt that even 400 pages of cliff notes will be enoughSo far incredibly helpful In addition to pointing out major themes and structural points in the beginning this is basically a paragraph by paragraph translation of Wake Read a paragraph of Wake read the corresponding paragraph in this then re read the paragraph in Wake That s how I plan to get through the book with at least some basic elementary level of comprehension It wasn t definitive but will come in handy for a second reconnaissance of Finnegan s Wake TBA Joe Campbell provides some light to this very hard to decipher text and might have prepped me better for a second go He gives a plausible outline and explains some of the imagery Definitely a help Being Campbell this heavily emphasizes the role the abundance of occurrence of myth plays in Joyce s masterpiece And it is a large if not the largest role And this skeleton key does a great job pointing the way through key aspects of the plot of Finnegans Wake That being said one should not rely fully on Campbell s interpretation One should The Last Days of Jesus use McHugh thoroughly and learn to read the Wake oneself It makes its own meanings Campbell s work is bestsed throughout a first reading of Joyce s text and will go a long way to easing a new reader on A great achievement do not doubt it but I m not sure I ll be Dreams of Darkness utilizing it with further readings It is one of Kate s many keys The door is left ajar Brief addendum addend d Joseph Campbell s A Skeleton Key to Finnegans Wake was the first book length critical study published on Joyce s Meisterst ck It was also one of Campbell s first books which alone ought to earn him a great deal of respectBut aside from the importance of this book in the reception history of Finnegans Wake is it still current stillseful for the novice Wake Reader Yes it is But it is no longer the indispensable guide it once was That honor goes to Roland McHugh s huge volume of Annialivvyptations But these two books are not comparable they each perform a different function What the Skeleton Key provides is a general thread and outline of the narrative action of The Wake but it is not a Grove Farm Plantation universalnlocking mechanism Neither is the McHugh The role which the Skeleton Key plays is analogous to that which Blamires Bloosmday Book plays for the Ulysses reader as a chapter by chapter synopsis providing an arc into which all the various pieces of the book might fit But Campbell s book is still dated even in the form of this new edition edited
By Edmund L Epstein 
Edmund L Epstein pb 2013 Unfortunately I do not have a better recommendation at the moment Wake scholarship has changed mightily since 1978 when the Joyce Notebooks were first published The past few decades have seen significant progress in our Wampeters Foma Granfalloons 1ST Edition understanding of The Wake with a general scholarly consensus developing beyond the early monomthythic interpretations such as Campbell s Epstein himself has published A Guide Through Finnegans Wake which may be aseful alternative At any rate don t let the scrabbles about the right way to read The Book of Finnegan delay you in entering its riverrun flow Campbell won t by any means mislead you You may find his reading of The Wake delightful or you may find yourself disagree with his presuppositions Both are fine manners by which to relate to another Wake Reader Because who else is Joseph Campbell but another reader who just happens to have written a book about what he s read a book about what he s read Reread and ReadagainAddendum Many new Wake Readers are baffled by the beginning of this novel Correctly so The first four paragraphs are an intensely dense overture to the whole work It s almost all packed in there In his Synopsis and Demonstration at the beginning of his book Campbell demonstrates what a first pass close reading of these four paragraphs might look like On the one hand this close reading demonstrates what riches of possibility are in store for the adventurous exegete reader on the other hand the intimidated may want to swiftly pass them through and begin their sternest reading at the fifth paragraph with the story of our titular Finnega. By page stripping the text of much of its obscurity and serving Introducing Corinna up thoughtful interpretations via footnotes and bracketed commentary A Skeleton Key was Campbell's first book published five years before he wrote his breakthrough Hero with a Thousand Fac.


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