Gerry Fialka

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Ornette’s Orgasmic Odes

Angelic Mindfuck Ornette at Disney

Insanity and Culture: A Conversation with William Pope.L

Reinventions: Ornette Coleman Quintet at UCLA

One comment

  1. In Ulysses there was the full page S, M, P and dot until the 1961 editions at the beginning of each of the three sections and the dot at the end of the last chapter.

    In Finnegans, it seems that only when it was still Work in Progress it was used the square symbol for the book, or for the title that stands for it.

    Do you know of any such symbolism, I mean some kind of figure or imagery that might have existed standing for Portrait of an Artist (or Stephen Hero)?

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