1.66a: True there was in nillohs dieybos as yet no lumpend papeer in the waste and mightmountain Penn...
But the world, mind, is, was and will be writing its own wrunes for ever, man, on all matters that fall...
But the horn, the drinking, the day of dread are not now. A bone, a pebble, a ramskin; chip them, chap...
For that (the rapt one warns) is what papyr is meed of, made of, hides and hints and misses in prints...
So you need hardly spell me how every word will be bound over to carry three score and ten toptypsical...
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"For that is
what paper is made of, made of, hides and hints and misses in prints.
Till we finally (though not yet for all) meet with Mr Typ, Mrs Top and
all the little typtoppies— Fillstop." →
"For that is what paper is made of, made of, hides and hints and
misses in prints. Till we finally (though not yet for all) meet with the acquaintance of Mr Typ, Mrs Top and all the little typtoppies— Fillstap."
For that (the rapt one warns)
STPM xxxi: (a voice of God speaking to Mohammad) '"O thou who art wrapped, rise up, and warn!..." — Koran, ch. lxxiv'
(he had asked his wife to wrap him for relief, but the voice he heard insisted he preach)
warns = printing is dangerous
is what papyr is meed of, made of, hides and hints and misses in prints.
parchment made of animal hides
nursery rhyme What Are Little Girls Made Of, Made Of [What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice And everything nice]
why hints? the return of the repressed?
(maybe misprinted pages are pulped?)
Till Ye finally (though not yet endlike) meet with the acquaintance of
why capital Y?
German endlich: finally (finally but not finally??)
FDV: "Till we finally (though not yet for all)"
finally for some? once and for all? (cf above "once for omniboss")
Mister Typus, Mistress Tope and all the little typtopies.
Latin typus: figure, form, image
archaic tope: to drink heavily (why Mistress?)
Greek topos: place
VI.B3.119: 'Mrs Doesbe & all the little Dobes'
Joyce, Nora, Giorgio and Lucia??
(do the preceding sentences really lead up to their Gutenbergian climax only, finally, here?)
FDV: "Fillstop" → "Fillstap" → "Fillstup"
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