What Joyce Believed (Yogibogey box version)

 

Joyce believed that modern literature was empty.  Joyce believed that the universal can be found in the particular.  Joyce believed that in Ireland, just at the right moment, an informer always appears.  Joyce believed that if the artist was to see clearly and report what he saw freshly, it was necessary to stand outside the commonplace responses to experience derived from family, church, or country.   Joyce believed that his genius had cast its shadow on Lucia's psyche and perhaps it had.  Joyce believed that a writer is always in exile.  Joyce believed that a writer should live near a border, so that he could leave immediately if problems arose.  Joyce believed that Dubliners had much more in common as a group of people than Londoners or Parisians.  Joyce believed that the job of the artist was not to convince, but to make people see.  Joyce believed that to make Bloom representative of the future of business, Bloom had to be in advertising.  Joyce believed that she was entitled to alimony.  Joyce believed that short stories, by their very nature, tend to be about epiphanal moments: estrangement.  Joyce believed that the opposite of a great truth is also true.  Joyce believed that Jewish and Irish people had a number of characteristics in common, including impulsiveness, a tendency toward fantasy, and associative rather than rational thought.  Joyce believed that this business involved a large amount of money.  Joyce believed that there was music in everyday words.  Joyce believed that should the place be destroyed, it could be reconstructed and rebuilt exactly using only Ulysses.  Joyce believed that all Jungian archetypes derived from the original race of Atlantides who had perished millennia before.  Joyce believed that it could be true.  Joyce believed that the entire block of 381,150 shares could not have been sold at the market price of $11.31 on November 17, 1979.  But how Joyce had known this has still not been made clear.  The Yogibogey box?  The Pali Book unpawned?  Some Atlantidean logos?  T.S. Eliot and Joyce believed that they could help counter such disintegration thorough their works.

 

 

 

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