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A Shorter Finnegan's Wake

Joyce, James
Ulysses and Finnegans Wake are usually found in most lists of the great classics of the twentieth century. But, as Burgess points out in his introduction: 'they are highly idiosyncratic books and 'difficult' books, admired more often than read, when read, rarely read through to the end, when read through to the end, not often fully, or even partially, understood. This is of course especially true of Finnegans Wake. ...

The King and The Corpse

Murray, Max

Undertones: Where Crime Meets Jazz

Stone, Nancy Stephanie
Undertones is a ground-breaking reference book on jazz in crime fiction. As the opening historical overview shows, crime and jazz are soulmates in popular (especially American) culture and this book is by far the most exhaustive - but also entertaining survey of the interaction of both. T