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Finnegans Wake

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  1. The value of Finnegans Wake as a work of literature has been a point of contention since the time of its appearance, in serial form, in literary reviews of the 1920s (primarily the journal transition, edited by Eugene Jolas)

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  2. a fictional work by James Joyce, published in 1939

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  3. Joyce began working on the book shortly after the 1922 publication of Ulysses, and by 1924 installments of the work began to appear in serialized form

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  4. The first published parts were announced as A New Unnamed Work

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  5. later installments were published as fragments from Work in Progress

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