Monday, February 6, 2012

FW 17.5g --HCE escapes in the dusk--

17.5a: Vah! Suvarn Sur! Scatter brand to the reneweller of the sky,...
17.5b: We, Durbalanars, theeadjure. A way, the Margan, from our astamite,...
17.5c: Even unto Heliotropolis, the castellated, the enchanting. Now if soomone...
17.5d: Yet clarify begins at. Whither the spot for? Whence the hour by? See but!...
17.5e: A flasch and, rasch, it shall come to pasch, as hearth by hearth leaps live....
17.5f: The spearspid of dawnfire totouches ain the tablestoane ath the centre...
17.5g: Overwhere. Gaunt grey ghostly gossips growing grubber in the glow. Past now palls....
17.5h: Let shrill their duan Gallus, han, and she, hon, the Sassqueehenna,...
17.5i: Kwhat serves to rob with Alliman, saelior, a turnkeyed trot to Seapoint, pierrotettes,...
17.5k: Death banes and the quick quoke. But life wends and the dombs spake!...
17.5l: Lambel on the up! We may plesently heal Geoglyphy's twentynine ways...
17.5m: For korfs, for streamfish, for confects, for bullyoungs, for smearsassage,...
17.5n: for lungfortes, for moonyhaunts, for fairmoneys, for coffins,...
17.5o: Tep. Come lead, crom lech! Top. Wisely for us Old Bruton has withdrawn his theory....
17.5p: We seem to understand apad vellumtomes muniment, Arans Duhkha,...
17.5q: how the mudden research in the topaia that was Mankaylands...

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FDV: "Great ghostly gossips {growing grubber in the glow}."


Over There (1917 song)

Gaunt grey ghostly gossips growing grubber in the glow.

song 'John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave'
cf c1950?? 'Great big gobs of greasy grimy gopher guts' [wiki]

VI.C12.115: === VI.B14.112: 'the gossips (menhirs)'

'causeur' = talkative

The Gossips: a pair of menhirs on the isle of Sein off the coast of Brittany (also the name of a few menhirs south of Penmarch, Brittany, France)

German grob: coarse

the midsummer gleam immediately fades

Past now palls.

post no bills
U146: "All kind of places are good for ads. That quack doctor for the clap used to be stuck up in all the greenhouses. Never see it now. Strictly confidential. Dr Hy Franks. Didn't cost him a red like Maginni the dancing master self advertisement. Got fellows to stick them up or stick them up himself for that matter on the q.t. running in to loosen a button. Flybynight. Just the place too. POST NO BILLS. POST 110 PILLS. Some chap with a dose burning him."

pall = to cloak; to weaken [wkt]

fw1 had "pulls"

Cur one beast, even Dane the Great,

Latin cur: why
cur = low dog

why 'one'?
cur non = why not?

great dane (dog)
Cnut the Great was a Dane

may treadspaths with sniffer he snout impursuant to byelegs.

tread the paths
fw1 had "treadspath"


if he's not?

in pursuit
dog pursuing prey's legs by scent

pursuant to = according to

bylaws, bygones, bylines

Edar's chuckal humuristic.


Danish eder: you
Irish Beinn √Čadair: Howth
Swedish eder: your (polite use, eg in correspondence)

chuck all = give all up

Swedish humoristisk: humourous

the landscape laughs at us?

But why pit the cur afore the noxe?

phrase put the cart before the horse

pit = put dog into fightingpit
why set the dog after the night/fugitive?

Latin cur: why

after, before

Latin nox: night
oxen (Jespersen: Language: 'Another instance of secretion is -en as a plural ending in E. oexn, G. ochsen, etc. Here originally n belonged to the word in all cases and all numbers') [ebook]

cf?? fw55 "the clad pursue the bare, the bare the green, the green the frore, the frore the cladagain"


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