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:I recall Gregor Samsa saying in chat that he did not want to be labeled as a "Joycean Lord." --[[User:Quiverwing|Quiverwing]] 16:18, 27 May 2007 (EDT)
 
:I recall Gregor Samsa saying in chat that he did not want to be labeled as a "Joycean Lord." --[[User:Quiverwing|Quiverwing]] 16:18, 27 May 2007 (EDT)
 
:: "Where's Mary Sue" takes place within a day for the narrator and author of "Fodder Figure," (chapter 7, aka "Once at Lawndale") but several days for Daria, ''et al.,'' so it's  not equivalent to the single day time frame of '''Ulysses'''.  The real title of Chapter 7, "Once at Lawndale" and the theme of parental betrayal come from William Gaddis' '''A Frolic of His Own''', right down to Jake saying that he's been lied to all his life (to say nothing of the explicit quotes from the novel in that chapter).
 
  
 
That's why I wrote "Joycean Writers", as I didn't want to offend anyone. If Gregor Samsa isn't happy with the entry, I will delete it.
 
That's why I wrote "Joycean Writers", as I didn't want to offend anyone. If Gregor Samsa isn't happy with the entry, I will delete it.
  
 
--[[User:Starmeshelion|Starmeshelion]] 16:24, 27 May 2007 (EDT)
 
--[[User:Starmeshelion|Starmeshelion]] 16:24, 27 May 2007 (EDT)

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