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In Finnegan's aWake, the "e" supercedes all else. The letter "e" becomes the exclusive and condensed representation of any and all of the printed words of the novel, Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce. It is a cytoarchitectonic map of the letter "e", stripped bare of the encumberance of words. Finnegan awakens, this time recontextualizing itself in the presence of it's own fragments. Each of the 634 prints corresponds to a single page with the exact location of each letter "e" mapped and represented as a black square. Click on the numbered menu below to see each group of six, or click on an image to see a larger view.
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