1) James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (Faber and Faber, 1939).
2) John Cage's Roaratorio: Writing for the Second Time through Finnegans Wake (1978). "I was caught in the Wake. Everything about it is endless and attractive," Cage explains. More here, and we can listen here.
3) Sean Flannagan, "Altering Finnegans Wake" (2006).
4) Nicci Haynes's 226631 Wakewords (2009), here. More from Haynes here.