Fly Fishing Books: Open to Interpretation

April 19, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Recalling that Vladimir Nabokov, whom I once accompanied on a butterfly chase in Arizona, maintained that Salvador Dali was Norman Rockwell’s twin brother, who had been kidnapped by Gypsies, I decided to write a facetious article stating that Joyce and Jennings had been separated at birth.” Robert Boyle postulates that James Joyce’s Finnegan’s Wake was, after all, mostly about fly fishing. Funny stuff. From the Web site of the Finnegan’s Wake Society of New York. (Link via MoldyChum.com.)