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That's our crass, hairy and ever-grim life, till one finel howdiedow Bouncer Naster
raps on the bell with a bone and his stinkers stank behind him with the sceptre
and the hourglass. James Joyce, Finnegans Wake To-morrow, and to-morrow, ...
Money and Writing as In-vestment One of the major modes of clothing that Joyce
assigns to his Second Thunder in Finnegans Wake includes money and writing.
No commercial empire has a proper base without these means of organizing ...
James Joyce, Finnegans Wake This withered root of knots of hair Slitted below
and gashed with eyes, This oval O cropped out with teeth. T. S. Eliot, "Sweeney
Erect" BIGGEST DISEASE— BEING UNWANTED Canadian Register, October 30
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TAKE TODAY: The Executive As DropoutCrítica de los usuarios - Kirkus
This paste-up of aphorisms, punditry, and Joycean puns takes a few cliches and splices them with McLuhanist motifs and updatings. "Brainstorming," the fad of the '50's; the hoary "managerial ... Leer comentario completo
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MANAGEMENT AS BORROWING BURROWING BARROWING
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