>"Wow! That was AMAZING. What do you call yourselves?
>"The Brothers Karamazov!"
>Jorge, che... Decime tú que lo sabés todo. ¿Cuál es la primera letra del alfabeto hebreo?
>Pues El Aleph.
Perhaps Alyosha was so empty of his own distinct character as a device to allow the reader to imprint his own morality and thereby increase the satiric exploration of human corruption
Alyosha had a very distinct character. Zosima was the one who was the voicebox for Dostoevsky, not Alyosha. Alyosha was just a beautiful Christian, but he had a distinct character and personality.
>forget it Patrick, it's Dublin and we are... the Dubliners
>Stephan froze. There on the mantlepiece was a portrait of the artist as a young man
>In that moment, Buck Mulligan realised he truly was a modern Ulysses
>Come on, if we don't hurry (pgfdgrg relghergdhgg cthulhu faltagennnn) we'll be late for Finnegan's Wake!
Holy shit, he actually got me for a second. I looked it up, and here is the real last sentence. (By here, I mean in the picture.)
>Perhaps, however, our very physical survival hinges on our ability to consummate the act of assuming fully the "nonexistence of the Other", of...tarrying with the negative!
>The house measured different on the outside than on the inside. This was because it was a house of leaves.
>sweat of night blues moist upon them. Feefee! phopho!!
>foorchtha!!! aggala!!!! jeeshee!!!!! paloola!!!!!! ooridiminy!!!!!!!
>Afeared themselves were to wonder at the class of a crossroads
>puzzler he would likely be
>A Finnegans Wake
>Oedipa settled back, to await the crying of lot 49.