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Singer, Thomas C. "Riddles, Silence, and Wonder: Joyce and Wittgenstein Encountering the Limits of Language." Critical Essays on James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
Ed. Brady, Philip;
Carens, James F.
Critical Essays on British Literature. New York:
G.K. Hall; London: Prentice Hall International,
CC 53. Employs Wittgenstein to show significance of presence and absence of language in P. Linguistic meaning and the theory of aesthetics are closely related. Riddles and things that remain unspoken or unspecified can in P are in themselves meaningful. Singer makes careless use of SH and U as if they were the same work as P.