Quotation by James Joyce

In the beginning was the gest he jousstly says, for the end is with woman, flesh-without-word, while the man to be is in a worse case after than before since she on the supine satisfies the verg to him!
James Joyce (1882–1941), Irish author. Finnegans Wake, Part III, section ii, Penguin (1976).

One of Joyce's many descriptions of writing that links language and sex.
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