Morgan M Morgansen

The other day I heard about a couple of interesting short films that use Joycean language and that I thought you might enjoy. They recount the adventures of a character called Morgan M Morgansen in a fantasy Victorian/Edwardian world.

Morgan M Morgansen’s Date with Destiny

Morgan & Destiny’s Eleventeeth Date – The Zeppelin Zoo

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6 Responses to Morgan M Morgansen

  1. Jayarava says:

    What is the M. for? Morgan?

  2. Yenlit says:

    When I saw your description of ‘Joycean’ language it kinda put me off. I’ve never been a fan of Joyce’s writing style, personally I find it a bit self-indulgent and people do tend to pretentiously name-drop Joyce a lot in an ‘Emperor’s New Clothes’ kinda way. But listening to the film’s curious English narration I imagine this is how current day English would probably sound like to our none too distant forefathers, familiar yet also baffling? That’s of course if they happened to have a time machine?

  3. dreaminjosh says:

    This was completely trippy on a multitude of levels. Love it.

  4. Duncan says:

    I am going to call waiters foodpenguins for the rest of my life.

  5. Andrew says:

    That is…endlessly amusing :D

    Thanks for posting it.

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