1.10a: Yet may we not see still the brontoichthyan form outlined aslumbered, even in our own nighttime...
Whatif she be in flags or flitters, reekierags or sundyechosies,, with a mint of mines or beggar...
Yoh! Brontolone slaaps, yoh snoores. Upon Benn Heather, in Seeple Isout too. The cranic head...
While over against this belles' alliance beyind Ill Sixty, ollollowed ill! bagsides of the fort, bom...
Hence when the clouds roll by, jamey, a proudseye view is enjoyable of our mounding's mass...
Penetrators are permitted into the museomound free. Welsh and the Paddy Patkinses, one shelenk!...
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synopsis: he sleeps under Dublin — entrance to the museum
FDV: "From here when the clouds roll by, a clear view is enjoyable of the mound's mass, now national museum, with in greenish distance the charmful waterloose country and they two quitewhite villagettes who show herselves so gigglesome ?mixxt the follyages, the pretties!" →
"From here when the clouds roll by, jamey, a clear view is ~ enjoyable of the mounding's mass, now Williamstown national museum, with in a greenish distance the charmful waterloose country and they two quitewhite villagettes who here show herselves so gigglesome minxt the follyages, the pretties!"
Hence when the clouds roll by, jamey,
When the Clouds Roll By: a silent comedy film (1919) [80min]
song Wait Till the Clouds Roll By, Jenny
Pont de Saint Cloud, Paris (bridges of Paris)
a proudseye view is enjoyable of our mounding's mass,
'proud' implies the viewers identify with the battle's victors?
mound's (is 'mounding' a little scatological?)
now Wallinstone national museum,
Wellington Monument, Phoenix Park (not a museum)
Pont National, Paris (bridges of Paris)
The whole Joyce family toured the Waterloo battlefield in September
1926, coincidentally observed by (the) Thomas Wolfe: "[Joyce] walked
next to the old guide who showed us around, listening with apparent
interest to his harangue delivered in broken English, and asking him
questions." [Ellmann p581] [more]
with, in some greenish distance,
the charmful waterloose country
Waterloo (Ulysses 15.3915: 'Waterloo. Watercloset')
and they two quitewhite villagettes who hear show of themselves
(the girls implicated in HCE's fall are still hanging around the museum)
here show off
so gigglesome minxt the follyages, the prettilees!
gigglesome: prone to giggling
Latin minxit: she urinated
amidst the foliage
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