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by James Joyce

Nosey Flynn

Character Analysis

Flynn appeared earlier, in Joyce's story "Counterparts" from Dubliners, where he is sitting up in his usual corner in Davy Byrne's. He appears again at Byrne's pub in "Lestrygonians," and later is one of the members of the jury in Bloom's masochistic court fantasy.