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I mean, whether Hamlet is Shakespeare or James I or Essex. ] Art has to reveal to us ideas, formless spiritual essences. 46–53) While Russell advocates idealism – ‘formless spiritual essences’ – Mulligan’s bawdy humour brings Shakespeare and his critics rudely down to earth. ’ Buck Mulligan thought, puzzled. —Shakespeare? he said. I seem to know the name. A flying sunny smile rayed in his loose features. —To be sure, he said, remembering brightly. The chap that writes like Synge. 488, 507–10) Stephen, whose sense of humour is largely restricted to his own jokes, is not amused.
464). The most implausible implication of this theory, as Stephen admits, is that the Dark Lady found the young man’s sweet-talk more seductive than Shakespeare’s eloquence. How could any woman resist the poet of Romeo and Juliet? And why would Shakespeare, ‘a lord of language’, choose a ‘lordling’ to intercede for him? 453–4) Why? Belief in himself has been untimely killed. He was overborne in a cornfield first (ryefield, I should say) and he will never be a victor in his own eyes after nor play victoriously the game of laugh and lie down.
A flying sunny smile rayed in his loose features. —To be sure, he said, remembering brightly. The chap that writes like Synge. 488, 507–10) Stephen, whose sense of humour is largely restricted to his own jokes, is not amused. Nonetheless, Mulligan’s materialism provides the necessary antithesis to Æ’s idealism. As a Brunonian, Stephen strives to unify these antitheses in his portrait of Shakespeare, and to reconcile the body (‘gaseous vertebrate’) with the soul (‘formless spiritual essences’). To theorise about Shakespeare on June 16th 1904 is also to struggle with the opposition between British imperialism and Irish nationalism.