Thursday, September 11, 2014

FW 1.55-56a --Mutt's eulogy--

1.55: Jute.— 'Zmorde!
1.56a: Mutt.— Meldundleize! By the fearse wave behoughted. Despond's sung. And thanacestross mound...
1.56b: He who runes may rede it on all fours. O'c'stle, n'wc'stle, tr'c'stle, crumbling! Sell me sooth...

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FDV: "This earth is not but brickdust." →
"This ourth is not but brickdust."

JUTE: 'Zmorde! MUTT: Meldundleise!

(since archaic zounds = God's wounds) God's death or God's shit
German Mord: murder
Italian morte: death
French merde!: shit!

Wagner: Tristan und Isolde: Liebestod 'Mild und leise wie er lächelt' (German 'gentle and soft how he smiles') Isolde singing over Tristan's corpse

By the fearse wave benoughted. Despond's sung.

why 'the' not 'a'?


IM: song Desmond's Song: 'By the Feal's wave benighted' ["By the Feal's wave benighted" Desmond's Song] tune?
Desmond spent a night in Feal while hunting, and fell in love with a servant there whom he married, dishonoring his family.

made nought
longshot: German behauptet: asserted

Slough of Despond in Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress

And thanacestross mound have swollup them all.

Greek thanatos: death
that ancestral
Greek kestreus: hungry

swollen up
swallowed up

"them" = HCE + ALP? (cf "Hereinunder lyethey... Now are all tombed")

This ourth of years is not save brickdust

this earth of ours

red bricks, red earth
the fallen wall

and being humus the same roturns.

Genesis 3:19: 'for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return'

Latin humus: earth


German rot: red
returns, turns, rotates, rota, rotunda


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