My seeking links between Vico and Jung continues in Joyce’s fictional enquiries begun in Finnegans Wake. By the time he came to write it, Joyce had accomplished a thorough reading of both Jung and Vico. Both figures make appearances in his novel as eponymous qualifiers; Joyce devised adjectives, adverbs and verbs using their names. Joyce clearly picked up Vico’s ideas of poesis and the corsi recorsi which he refers to, and which he uses as guideline to structure the fictional text.