Monday, February 6, 2012

FW 17.5h --a rooster crows--

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 Wisely for us Old Bruton has withdrawn his theory....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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Let shrill their duan Gallus, han,

the the cock crow


Irish duan: poem
Cornish: duan: grief, sorrow

their dawn chorus
County Donegal?

Latin gallus: cock (why the cap?)

Swedish han: he
German Hahn: cock

and she, hon, the Sassqueehenna,

fw1 has "hou the"


Swedish hon: she

han/hon = a/o motif [fweet-117]

Susquehanna river
sassy queen henna
sesqui- = 150%

German Henne: hen
henna = red haircolor dye
U473: "KITTY... (She hiccups, then bends quickly her sailor hat under which her hair glows, red with henna.)"

makes ducksruns at crooked.

"Let shrill... and she... makes..."?

duck: in cricket, out for no runs

crooked-running duck video [90sec]


Once for the chantermale,

cf Bratislava/Presburg hotel, 1854: "On the walls of each landing were painted directions for the visitor, as to the number of times he should ring the bell for any particular object, — viz., 1 for the Chambermaid. 2 — Waiter. 3 — Messenger. 4 — Porter. 5 — Water for bath. 6 — Stove to be lighted, &c., &c. This appears at first sight rather intricate, but the practice is very simple: you have only to take the bell rope in your hand, and pull any given number of times"

Chanticleer: a quasi-proper name applied to the cock (for example in the Reynard cycle)

twoce for the pother


AngloIrish accent: pother: porter
fw303: "And Kev was wreathed with his pother."

and once twoce threece for the waither.


AngloIrish accent: waither: waiter
wait her

So an inedible yellowmeat

if (black) cannibals believe that eating the meat of a brave man will make them brave, they'll probably consider the meat of a (yellow) coward inedible [cf?]

(is the hen or rooster inedible for some reason?)

Wilde on fox hunters: 'The English country gentleman galloping after a fox — the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable.' [ebook]

suspicious tinge in beef or mutton [cite]


turns out the invasable blackth.

turns out to be
turns out of the house, replaces?

inspires to turn out in droves (to eat it)

invadable: vulnerable to invasion


'An Invisible Black': a small role in an 1867 burlesque of Robinson Crusoe (co-written and played by W.S. Gilbert) [pic]

blackness, night



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