Now, I like James Joyce's writing, I like it a lot. But his last project, Finnegan's Wake is the only work of his that I can honestly say I don't like. Why don't I like it? Well, I don't understand it! At all. I can never work out what is even going on. The words, too, seem to have this way of rubbing against my mind, and then moving on without entering, and I can never seem to take anything in. Here is the book online: http://www.trentu.ca/faculty/jjoyce/fw-3.htm Am I an idiot? I just do not understand this at all. What is everyone else's experience with this book?