10 Humorous Typos in Well-known Works of Literature

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James Joyce is legendary for his already complicated, challenging-to-follow prose, and this little slip-up in Finnegans Wake is likely to be robust to note in the event you’re not on the lookout for it. When Joyce was producing his 1939 behemoth, he really dictated, somewhat than wrote, a lot of it. At one level, he was dictating the textual content to his good friend Samuel Beckett, who wrote it down, when there was a knock on the door. Joyce mentioned, ‘Are available’…and Beckett wrote ‘are available in’ within the…



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