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James Joyce was a human writer.
According to Bernice Summerfield's Head Invaders: Asinine Quasi-Psychological Old Toot of Your Times, one of personalities of the Howling Rabbit woman was a literary genius on the level of a Shakespeare or a Joyce. (PROSE: Sky Pirates!)
Joyce coined the word "Bababadalgharaghtakamminarronnkonnbronntonnerronntuonnthunntrovarrhounawnskawntoohoohoordenenthurnuk", which meant "a thunderclap so loud it symbolised the Fall of Eden". (PROSE: This Town Will Never Let Us Go) The word would later be adopted by the Pilots' Coterie for their planet-killer warships. (PROSE: The Book of the War)
Tom tried to use Iris Wildthyme's time-space kinetograph to watch Joyce give his manuscript for The Muddest Thick that was Ever Heard Dump to Wyndham Lewis in 1926 Brussels, but only got an old test card picture. (PROSE: Beguine)
Behind the scenes Edit
- James Joyce also wrote the novel Ulysses; information from The Infinity Doctors, Unnatural History and The Gallifrey Chronicles imply that Daniel Joyce and Ulysses are the same individual.
- In reality, Wyndham Lewis never published any of James Joyce's work, and neither writer ever lived in Brussels.