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Benstock, Bernard / Joyce-again's wake : an analysis of Finnegans wake
(1965)

Index,   pp. 310-312 PDF (3.4 MB)


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 236—37, 243, 249, 253, 254, 255, 255, 269—82. See also Jungian
psy 
 257, 259, 260, 261, 273 chology; Sexual allusions 
Earwicker: as Mr. Porter, 8, 269—70, H.C.E. See Earwicker; Names 
275—77, 385; prototypes, 21—27; ~,5 History, 9, 23, 34, 43—44,
46, ~t, 52, 
 Gladstone, 22—23 as Swift—von 57, ~8, 64, 67, 69, 82, 93, 95—96,
 Homrigh, 23, 38, 39—40, 285; as 97, 99, 105, 107, 119, 130, 132, ~
 Michael Gunn, 24, 112; as goat, 32; 193—94, 195, 197, 203, 204, 213,
 as Henry II, 34; as Christ, 87; as 215, 236, 238, 258, 263, 267. See 
 epic hero, 178, i8~, ~86, 191—93, also Vico, Giovanni Battista 
 194; as Oscar Wilde, 203, 204; Holy War, 95—97, 104, 105, ~o6 
 James Joyce as prototype, 232—35; Homer. See under Epic literature
 Joyce's father as protOtype, 234—36; Humanitarian attitudes, 9, 53—55,
66, 
 mentioned, 43—44, 49, ~o, ~8—6o, 69, 79, 82, 86, 92, 104-7,
ii8, 119, 
64—66, 8~, 104, 112, 113—15, 122, 122, 134, 172, 207, 211, 216—17,
 129, 134n, 136, 137, 138—40, ~ 235, 237, 24664 
173, 176, 177, ~8o, 195, 198, 202— 3, 204, 209, 237, 247, 254, 272.
Irish politics, 7, 22, 25, 47—48, ~8, 
 See also Phoenix Park incident 6o, 6~, 63, 8~, 83, 95, 117—18, 130,
Epic conventions: putting on armor, ,68, 173, 175, 223—24, 247, 262,
 27n, 184—85, 188—890, 299fl, 293— 277 
94; cataloguing, 119—21, 183—84, Issy, 9, 26, 28, 38, 6o, 86,
104, 108, 
188—90, 193, 194, 253 language, 112, 122, 148—49, 157, 255. See
also 
123—24, 196—98; in medias res, ~8o; Maggie; Split personality
feasting, 187; boasting, 187—88; descent into the underworld, 191—93;
Jesuits. See under Catholicism digressions, 194—96; repetitions, Jokester:
Joyce as, 72, 107, 162—63 
198—207. See also Creation myth; Jungian psychology, ~ 166—67,
230— Epic heroes; Epic literature; Field- 32, 237, 246, 250. See also
Freudian ing; Mock epic; Odyssey motif psychology 
Epic heroes, 122—24, 18o—8i, 193—94; 
 "modified" heroes, I8~85, 18687 Language: philological awareness of, Epic
literature: Chanson de Roland, 19—20n, 29, 131—34, 143—48
Letter, 8—to, 15, 19, 23, 31, 120, 130, 
23, 164, ~ 167, 178, 215 Dante, 
77, 82, 164, 165, 174, 178, 184, 143, 145, 157, ~ 159—60, 183, 
 92, 215; Homer, 79, 82, 105, 126, 193, 194, 198, 252, 258—60, 276
164, 167, 174, 17778, 184, ' 9" Maggie: identity of, 7—10 
 192, 215; Virgil, 79, 164, i6~, 178, Magrath. See Cad (and Magrath) 
184, 191, 215; other epics, 79, 164, Marxism: attitudes toward Joyce, 52—
i6~, 167, 178, 190, 192, ~94, ' 95~ ~6, 67; mentioned, 45, 46, 50, 5', 
 196, 197, ~ authentic vs. literary, 66—67, 167, 212, 246—64
164—65, 194; Milton, 164, i6~, 167, Milton, John. See under Epic literature
169, 177, 215 Mock epic, 105, 122, 123, 164, 214 
Fielding, Henry: concept of comic epic Names: duplication of, 2 1—22,
23—25; 
in prose, ~ 164, 175—77 Michael, 23—24, 111—13; Tim and
Finnegans Wake: chapter titles, 4—6; 00 Tom, 24—25; origin of
H.C.E., 87— itself, 118—22, 126, 179—80, 201—2, 88.
See also under individual charac222—23, 227, 232, 243—44, 261
ters 
Freudian psychology, 26—27n, 147, 
209, 212, 214, 231n, 232, 240, 246, Odyssey motif, i6~, 174—75. See
also 


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