- alternative form of
1974, Zack R. Bowe, Musical allusions in the works of James Joyce, page 296:
- As we have seen, Stephen identifies with the poet-hero, and Fergus's call becomes a sirensong for his mother.
2007, Heath Lees, Mallarmé and Wagner: music and poetic language, page 110:
- and admitted ruefully that the same bewitching sirensong had also lured him in the past
1999, David C. Jacobs, The presocratics after Heidegger, page 102:
- the mast to which Odysseus is securely fastened in order to resist the seductions of sirensong
siren song — see siren song