Monday, September 29, 2014

[Orange in FW]


the dungheap where Biddy finds the Letter is repeatedly, and from the earliest drafts, associated with orangepeels... but why?

003.23 "where oranges have been laid to rust upon the green"
110.27 "afterwards changed into the orangery"
110.29 "threw up a few spontaneous fragments of orangepeel"
111.34 "in the heart of the orangeflavoured mudmound"
246.26 "fray on that old orangeray"
267.13 "That grene ray of earong it waves" orange (anagram)
361.24 "A lark of limonladies! A lurk of orangetawneymen!"
405.33 "O blood and thirsthy orange"
450.09 "norange and bear"
477.36 "This same prehistoric barrow 'tis, the orangery."
478.01 "It is in your orangery, I take it"

498.08 "could safely accomodate of the houses of Orange and"
(Dutch) House of Orange
Dutch oranjebitter: orange-bitters, alcoholic liquor impregnated with orange-peel and used as medicine

522.16 "Did any orangepeelers or green-"
Gerald Griffin: song Orange and Green
song The Peeler and the Goat

541.34 "gorges in the east came the strife of ourangoontangues"
Saint George's-in-the-East, London, scene of anti-Catholic demonstration, 1860 (orange-peel thrown during service)

William of Orange
Battle of Boyne

orange fruit
blood oranges

color in rainbow

3rd color in Irish flag (green-white-orange)

orange in Ulysses ('color' of Calypso)
Bloom meditating on mideast citrus, orangeflower water for lotion, orangekeyed chamberpot

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