Saturday, October 19, 2013

Face, Voice, Table

Filed under: General — m759 @ 9:29 PM

  Et ignotas animum dimittit in artes
— Ovid, Metamorphoses , VIII, 188,
     epigraph to Joyce's Portrait

Log24 last month —

Paul Hertz, alias "Ignotus the Mage" —

"When we're doing the fortunetelling, as soon
as we finish capturing the face and the voice,
they get sent right over to the table." — Paul Hertz,
"Ignotus" video, 2013


"… ignotus  has faint connotations of lowness,
baseness, vulgarity"

— "International Eyesore: Joyce the Pornographer,"
by S. J. Boyd, pp. 31-60 in Troubled Histories, 
Troubled Fictions
, ed. by C. C. Barfoot et al.

Or not so faint.

Related material:

The villanelle from A Portrait , and
a Log24 post of St. Stephen's Day, 2011.

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