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Finnegans Wake (w/Subtitles)

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Uploaded on Jun 13, 2011

(UPDATED VERSION HERE: http://youtu.be/M8kFqiv8Vww)

The audio (recorded in 1929) is of James Joyce reading the Anna Livia Plurabelle section of Finnegans Wake. It's a chattering dialogue between two washer women who as night falls become a tree and a stone.
(pages 213-216, or the last few pages of part 1)

The same audio is on youtube already but it doesn't have subtitles so i figured it would make more sense to have a version with the words included since you're missing half the story if you listen to the audio just by itself.....

...and i threw in some animation while i was at it, just in time for all you Joyce fans on Blooms Day 2011 this week, enjoy.

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