Do you obsess about showing the right amount of linen beneath your jacket sleeve? Do you coordinate tie, shirt and handkerchiefs meticulously? Do you worry about the tie knot during the day?
Perhaps James Joyce did that too. However, in that case, one doesn’t feel it. James Joyce seems to be taking it easy. He dwells in his clothing. He knows that a charming nonchalant style has little to do with technical mastery of clothing items, and a lot to do with how you relate emotionally to your clothing.
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