[this topic will be huge but Fweet makes it easy to start]
FW was created in the wake of Ulysses, as Joyce read the early attacks and rare critical insights
in FW, Joyce simplifies Ulysses-- its creation and reception-- into the Revered Letter, a short defense of HCE by ALP addressed to a king and transcribed by Jim the penman
Joyce would embed many (20+, see end below) parodic quotes from the early reviews of Ulysses
179.26 "his usylessly unreadable Blue Book of Eccles"
the Dedalus family is hard to distinguish from the Joyce family since names are always changing (maybe: Simon=HCE, May=ALP, Stephen=Shem, Maurice=Shaun, sisters=Issy)
029.03 "a deadlop (aloose!)" (is this a clue to how JAJ pronounced it?)
179.17 "to do all the diddies in one dedal"
299.F05 "The Doodles family"
opportunities missed? 'dead, alas', 'dead Alice', 'deed, alas', 'deed Alice', 'diddle us', 'deedle us', 'diddle ass', 'day dallas'...
the Martello tower in Ulysses becomes Howth Castle and the Tower of Babel built by HCE, and also Kevin's retreat, and the Wellington monument
Mulligan/Haines and Stephen become Shaun and Shem (also Berkeley and Patrick)
the milkwoman maybe becomes the prankquean (and ALP, and Kate)
004.04 "Malachus Micgranes"
032.01 "Yea, Mulachy"
151.24 "When Mullocky won the couple of colds"
341.17 "The mlachy way for gambling"
473.07 "ere Molochy"
U03 "Introibo ad altare Dei."
336.02 "enterellbo add all taller Danis"
U03 "Slow music"
565.17 "Slew musies."
U04 "He was raving all night about a black panther"
244.34 "Panther monster." (paternoster prayer)
565.19 "Shoe! Hear are no phanthares in the room at all"
434.35 "now reappears Autist Algy, the pulcherman" (Shaun warning Issy against)
U05 "great sweet mother" ('I will go back to the great sweet mother, Mother and lover of men, the sea')
041.07 "swimborne in the one sweet undulant mother of tumblerbunks"
628.01 "sad and weary I go back to you, my cold father, my cold mad father, my cold mad feary father"
U05 "Thalatta! Thalatta!" (shout of joy/relief in Xenophon)
093.24 "The letter! The litter!"
100.02 "The latter! The latter!"
328.29 "tha lassy! tha lassy!"
547.32 "Galata! Galata!"
551.35 "kolossa kolossa!"
593.13 "The leader, the leader!"
626.07 "Sea, sea!"
U05 "grey searching eyes" (phrase criticised by Wyndham Lewis)
167.12 "my gropesarching eyes"
U07 "cracked lookingglass of a servant"
193.15 "would go crackers. Look! Do you see your dial in the rockingglass? Look well!" (Shaun attacking Shem)
078.27 "bluemin and pillfaces"
U08 "beastly dead"
99.36 "genuinely quite beetly dead" (rumors of HCE, beetle-y)
(066.34 "funeral requisites of every needed description")
U10 "She heard old Royce sing in the pantomime of Turko the Terrible"
098.10 "Turk of the theater" (HCE's peak)
132.18 "Thorker the Tourable" (one of HCE's 'feats')
205.29 "with the role of a royss in his turgos the turrible" (celebrating HCE's fall?)
520.02 "a tarrable Turk, says she, letting loose on his nursery"
(why does this get featured, in both books?)
U10 "Dedalus, come down, like a good mosey" (shuffling moron?)
313.05 "Godeown moseys and skeep thy beeble bee!" (set thy people free)
U11 "A servant too. A server of a servant"
233.17 "to the server of servants" (Shem on Shaun??)
U12 "I'm melting, he said, as the candle remarked when... But, hush!"
050.05 "outandin brown candlestock melt" (disappearance of Treacle Tom?)
U13 "fishgods of Dundrum"
004.01 "oystrygods gaggin fishygods!"
073.05 "for the honour of Crumlin, with his broody old flishguds" (Cad challenging HCE)
U13 "collector of prepuces"
162.13 "a colluction of prifixes" (choice of names)
U16 "Agenbite of inwit"
054.35 "cordially inwiting" (Cad reminiscing about HCE saluting monument)
U18 "the seas' ruler"
367.25 "the old thalassocrats" (Mmlj; thalassokratôr = master of the sea)
U23 "The Ship, Buck Mulligan cried. Half twelve"
460.07 "meet me after by next appointment near you know Ships just there beside the Ship at the future poor fool's circuts of lovemountjoy square to show my disrespects now" (Issy to Shaun?? hints at Ulysses secrets?)
Stephen-teaching becomes the Muddest Thick's geometry lesson and II.2 with its marginalia
Stephen's debate with Deasy becomes Berkeley and Patrick?
U25 "How, sir? Comyn asked. A bridge is across a river"
130.21? "to say nothing atolk of New Comyn" (cluster of bridges)
U25 "Tell us a story, sir. —Oh, do, sir. A ghoststory."
Cad1 "who was asked by some boardschool children to tell them the story"
U31 "Mulligan, nine pounds, three pairs of socks, one pair brogues"
183.17 "borrowed brogues" (on floor of Shem's inkbottle house)
U31 "the planters' covenant"
552.06 "covennanters and shinners' rifuge" (Shaun's duty to Issy)
U33 "The pluterperfect imperturbability" (Deasy's letter)
104.17 "we have also the plutherplethoric" (analysing various titles of the Letter)
U37 "Ineluctable modality"
120.32 "reminding uus ineluctably" (Shem's handwriting)
U37 "My two feet in his boots"
019.33 "You gave me a boot" (example of preliterate communication)
183.17 "borrowed brogues"
U38 "The cords of all link back, strandentwining cable of all flesh. Gaze in your omphalos. Hello! Kinch here. Put me on to Edenville"
018.28 "But with a rush out of his navel reaching the reredos of Ramasbatham." (primordial enlightened ancestor)
U38 "They clasped and sundered, did the couplers will"
468.20 "But from the stress of their sunder enlivening, ay clasp, deciduously, a nikrokosmikon must come to mike." (thunder and lightning claps; microcosm, necrocosm)
U39 "Lump of love"
411.28 "her lump is love" (Shaun, of Issy's lamp?)
U40 "Abbas father... Descende, calve... Get down, baldpoll!"
154.12 "Abase you, baldyqueens!" (Shaun cursing Shem)
U40 "Reading two pages apiece of seven books every night, eh?"
Shem1 "whenever he made believe to read one of his tattered chapbooks he did nothing but turn over three or 4 pages at a time" (malicious gossip about Shem/Joyce)
179.26 "making believe to read his usylessly unreadable Blue Book of Eccles... turning over three sheets at a wind"
U41 "Remember your epiphanies on green oval leaves"
611.13 "hueful panepiphanal world" (Berkeley argues Patrick is deluded)
U41 "Very like a whale"
120.11 "very like a whale's egg" (Shem's handwriting)
307.F02 "Wherry like the whaled prophet" (Issy on Swift??)
U41 "C'est le pigeon, Joseph" (Leo Taxil)
458.20 "forward it back back by return pigeon's pneu" (Issy to Shaun re Letter)
U41 "Kevin Egan of Paris"
604.06? "Read Higgins, Cairns and Egen." (ALP on HCE's ancestry?)
U42 "money order... Encore deux minutes"
421.08? "Ownes owe M.O. Too Let." (too late; Shaun attacking Letter)
U43 "the green fairy's fang" (absinthe)
563.30 "the pair of them, for rosengorge, for greenafang" (Shaun, Shem as heirs)
U43 "Old hag with the yellow teeth"
303.03 "Way ole missa vellatooth fust show me how." (Shaun learning to write)
U43 "Of lost leaders"
074.03 "lost leaders live!" (return of HCE)
U45 "When Malachi wore the collar of gold"
151.24 "When Mullocky won the couple of colds"
U45 "A school of turlehide whales stranded in hot noon"
549.31 "her turlyhyde I plumped with potatums" (Shaun/HCE's courtship)
U47 "Morose delectation Aquinas tunbelly calls this"
189.04 "the morosity of my delectations" (critique os Shem)
113.36 "tunnibelly soully when 'tis thime took o'er home" (Shem)
U47 "Mouth to her mouth's kiss."
461.22 "thy gape to my gazing I'll bind and makeleash" (Issy to Shaun)
U48 "I throw this ended shadow from me, manshape ineluctable, call it back"
184.08 "an ineluctable phantom writing the mystery of himsel in furniture" (Shem)
Bloom and Molly and Milly become HCE and ALP and Issy
621.20 "Mrknrk?" (ALP to HCE, as cat?)
U55 "Stamps: stickyback pictures"
183.11 "stickyback snaps" (Shem's house litter)
U57 "Brown scapulars in tatters, defending her both ways"
183.18 "Godforsaken scapulars" (Shem's house litter)
U58 "Wonder is poor Citron still in Saint Kevin's parade. And Mastiansky with the old cither. Pleasant evenings we had then. Molly in Citron's basketchair. Nice to hold, cool waxen fruit, hold in the hand, lift it to the nostrils and smell the perfume. Like that, heavy, sweet, wild perfume."
Shem1 "Once when in a state of helplessly hopeless inebriation peel of a citron to his nostrils & hiccupped he could live all his days on the smell of it, as the citr, as the cedron, as the cedar on the founts on the mountains, lemon on, of Lebanon." (Shem unlike Shakespeare)
U58 "His back like that Norwegian captain's"
311.05 "It was long after once there was a lealand in the luffing ore it was less after lives thor a toyler in the tawn at all ohr it was note before he drew out the moddle of Kersse by jerkin his dressing but and or it was not before athwartships he buttonhaled the Norweeger's capstan." (tale in HCE's tavern)
U64 "On the Erin's King that day round the Kish"
428.20 "takes the wind from waterloogged Erin's king" (the ass recalls HCE??)
U65 "In the table drawer he found an old number of Titbits."
101.05 "queries, tipbids and answers" (gossips discuss ALP?)
374.04 "with tittivits by. Ahem." (citizens badmouth HCE?)
U66? (Bloom reading in jakes)
357.20 "I have been idylly turmbing over the loose looves leaflefts jaggled casuallty on the lamatory" (HCE to citizens?)
U67 "He tore away half the prize story sharply and wiped himself with it."
teastain motif [fweet-11] (one version of ALP's letter)
Mamafesta 1 "a large looking stain of tea. The stain, & that of tea, marks it at once as a genuine old Irish MS... The teastain is a study in itself"
Bloom's flirtation with Martha is a version of HCE's sin
U68 "Corny Kelleher... Singing with his eyes shut. Corny. Met her once in the park. In the dark. What a lark"
383.04 "wouldn't un be a sky of a lark" (seabirds laugh at Mark/HCE)
U75 "Language of flowers"
096.11 "in the languish of flowers" (Mmlj gossip about HCE seducing ALP)
the rainbow-girls motif
U76 "the other brother Lord Ardilaun has to change his shirt four times a day, they say. Skin breeds lice or vermin."
045.25 "change that shirt on ye" (audience heckling Hosty's ballad?)
418.01 "Let him be Artalone the Weeps with his parisites peeling off him" (Shaun on Shem)
033.18 "To such a suggestion the one selfrespecting answer is to affirm that there are certain statements which ought not to be, and one should like to hope to be able to add, ought not to be allowed to be made." (Quarterly Review, Shane Leslie: 'When we are given the details of the skin disease of an Irish peer, famous for his benefactions, we feel a genuine dislike of the writer. There are some things which cannot and, we should like to be able to say, shall not be done.') (narrator defending HCE)
U77 "Prayers for the conversion of Gladstone they had too"
132.26 "Banba prayed for his conversion" (feats of HCE)
U78 "I.H.S.... I have suffered"
301.03 "O He Must Suffer!" (Shaun re Shem)
U78 "some temperance beverage Wheatley's Dublin hop bitters"
443.29 "sipping some Wheatley's" (Shaun denouncing Shem)
U82 (Bloom and Lyons become HCE and the Cad)
U82 "Good morning, have you used Pears' soap?"
593.09 "Guld modning, have yous viewsed Piers' aube?" (ALP's dawn)
U83 "mosque of the baths"
597.13 "the Moskiosk Djinpalast with its twin adjacencies" (ALP's dawn)
Kevin and Kevineen love baths, Stephen and Shem don't
U83 "with a slog to square leg"
543.03 "with a slog to square leg" (Shaun/HCE bragging)
U86 "Ye gods and little fishes!"
451.11 "ye god of little pescies" (Shaun brags to Issy)
U87 "Gasworks. Whooping cough they say it cures"
095.08 "gasometer with his hooping coppin and his dyinboosycough" (Mmlj on HCE/Mark)
128.10 "acoughawhooping when he lets farth his carbonoxside" (feats of HCE)
U88 "Tom Kernan was immense last night"
VI.B3.50 (May23): 'Immense! (MFK)' (Matthew F. Kane-- why was J reminding himself of this as he wrote T&I, Kevin?)
405.21 "He was immense, topping swell" (describing Shaun)
U90 "Relics of old decency"
104.07 "Here's to the Relicts of All Decencies" (3rd-listed title of Letter)
U90 "hugecloaked Liberator's form" (O'Connell)
135.21 "his great wide cloak" (feats of HCE)
553.14 "Conall Gretecloke" (Shaun bragging to Issy)
U92 "Piebald for bachelors"
071.29 "Piobald Puffpuff His Bride" (name Cad calls HCE)
U93 "And they call me the jewel of Asia, Of Asia, The geisha"
105.19 "and He Calls Me his Dual of Ayessha" (title of Letter)
U95 "the hearse capsized round Dunphy's"
549.01 "with mare's greese cressets at Leonard's and Dunphy's" (how Shaun/HCE seduced ALP)
U99 "Same old six and eightpence" (ie unchanged)
161.22 "The seemsame home and histry seeks and hidepence" (the brotherbattle)
U105 "the bulletin. Spurgeon went to heaven 4 a.m. this morning. 11 p.m. (closing time). Not arrived yet. Peter'
130.10 "Gone Where Glory Waits Him (Ball, bulletist) but Not Here Yet" (feats of HCE)
U109 "The Sacred Heart that is: showing it. Heart on his sleeve"
562.23 "Our bright bull babe Frank Kevin is on heartsleeveside." (sleeping twins)
U112 "Parked in North Prince's street His Majesty's vermilion mailcars"
363.04 "he was snapped on the sly upsadaisying coras pearls out of the pie when all the perts in princer street set up their tinker's humn" (citizens gossip about HCE and chorus girls)
U118 "He stayed in his walk to watch a typesetter neatly distributing type. Reads it backwards first... mangiD kcirtaP"
388.02 "Kram of Llawnroc" (Mmlj on Mark and Tristan)
U124 "It was Pat Farrell shoved me, sir"
176.16 "I seen the Toothbrush with Pat Farrel" (a game Shem didn't play)
U126 "Let us construct a watercloset"
551.24 "And I built in Urbs in Rure... an erdcloset" (Shaun to Issy)
U129 "General Bobrikoff"
081.34 "de Razzkias trying to reconnoistre the general Boukeleff" (Cad/HCE)
338.32 "Upgo, bobbycop!" (Shem and Shaun discussing Buckley and the Russian general)
U133 "silvertongued O'Hagan" (Thomas O'Hagan: Lord Chancellor of Ireland)
299.23 "We like Simperspreach Hammeltones to fellow Selvertunes O'Haggans." (Shaun just after geometry lesson?)
U136 "a moment since by my learned friend"
479.23 "You told my larned friend rather previously, a moment since, about this mound or barrow." (Mmlj questioning HCE)
U147 "Timeball on the ballastoffice is down. Dunsink time"
518.01 "Dunsink, rugby, ballast and ball." (Shaun crossexamined about when encounter took place)
551.01 "fell clocksure off my ballast" (Shaun holds dance for ALP?)
U149 "Milly tucked up in beddyhouse"
427.35 "becoming back to us way home in Biddyhouse" (come home, Shaun)
U154 "give every child born five quid"
211.20 "tenpounten on the pop for the daulphins born with five spoiled squibs for Infanta" (one of ALP's gifts)
U154 "Mackerel they called me."
560.25 "mackerel shirt" (description of Mr Porter/HCE)
U157 "Kerwan's mushroom houses"
543.11 "I have becket my vonderbilt hutch in sunsmidnought and at morningrise was encampassed of mushroofs" (Shaun/HCE bragging)
625.19 "Why, them's the muchrooms, come up during the night" (ALP greeting dawn)
U160 "Dion Boucicault business with his harvestmoon face in a poky bonnet. Three Purty Maids from School."
289.18? "talking of molniacs' manias and missions for mades to scotch the schlang and leathercoats for murty magdies" (digression about Shem's qualifications to teach geometry)
U160 "Take off that white hat." [fweet-21]
032.23 "Take off that white hat!" (audience in theater to HCE)
320.08 "flick off that hvide aske, big head!" (tailor vs captain)
322.01 "Take off thatch whitehat" (tailor vs captain)
322.05 "Tick off that whilehot" (tailor vs captain)
607.03 "Teak off that wise head!" (just after St Kevin vignette)
614.14 "Tuck upp those wide shorts." (washerwomen)
623.09 "Remember to take off your white hat, ech?" (ALP to HCE before meeting Lord)
U160 "Flimsy China silks... poplin... The huguenots brought that here."
133.20 "ruoulls in sulks if any popeling runs down the Huguenots" (feats of HCE)
U168 "High on Ben Howth rhododendrons a nannygoat walking surefooted"
007.27 "she ninnygoes nannygoes nancing by" (ALP trickling)
U171 "a ravenous terrier choked up a sick knuckly cud on the cobble stones and lapped it with new zest"
613.23 "gugulp down of the nauseous forere brarkfarsts" (Viconian dawn)
U172 "they used to give pauper children soup to change to protestants in the time of the potato blight" (aka 'soupers')
131.04 "is Breakfates, Lunger, Diener and Souper" (feats of HCE)
9 Scylla and Charybdis
Berkeley and Patrick?
U176 "Have you found those six brave medicals, John Eglinton asked with elder's gall, to write Paradise Lost at your dictation? The Sorrows of Satan he calls it."
230.10 "the best and schortest way of blacking out a caughtalock of all the sorrors of Sexton" (Shem threatening to tell on parents)
U177 "Tears such as angels weep, burst forth"
230.25 "With tears for his coronaichon, such as engines weep" (Shem threatening to tell on parents)
505.16 "trees like angels weeping" (Shaun testifying re site of encounter?)
U178 "Unsheathe your dagger definitions. Horseness is the whatness of allhorse."
111.27 "if a negative of a horse happens to melt enough while drying, well, what you do get is, well, a positively grotesquely distorted macromass of all sorts of horsehappy values and masses of meltwhile horse." (analysing original Letter)
U180 "The bear Sackerson growls in the pit near it, Paris garden"
471.30 "while Sickerson, that borne of bjoerne, la garde auxiliaire she murmured" (Shaun's departure)
530.20 "Roof Seckesign van der Deckel and get her story from him! Recall Sickerson, the lizzyboy! Seckersen, magnon of Errick. Sackerson! Hookup!" (call policeman back to stand)
U182 "A. E. I. O. U."
183.15? "you owe mes, eyoldhyms" (floor of Shem's inkbottle)
U183 "What he learnt from his other wife Myrto (absit nomen!), Socratididion's Epipsychidion, no man, not a woman, will ever know."
318.06 "Obsit nemon!" (tailor/captain argument drifts over landscape to ALP?)
333.34 "if he was whishtful to licture her caudal" (HCE and ALP end argument??)
U185 "Lir's lonely daughter"
289.28 "Liv's lonely daughter" (Issy bathes Tristan/Patrick/Shem)
U187 "a drug in the market"
316.29 "a dragon-the-market" (the Norwegian captain's treasure?)
U187 "How many miles to Dublin? Three score and ten, sir. Will we be there by candlelight?"
020.19 "There's many a smile to Nondum, with sytty maids per man, sir, and the park's so dark by kindlelight." (looking ahead in FW itself)
U187 "Perdita, that which was lost"
547.06 "this wharom I am fawned on, that which was loost" (Shaun/HCE on ALP)
9.538 'Lineaments of gratified desire.'
442.30 "reduce he'll we'll ournhisn liniments to a poolp" (Shaun threatens Shem)
9.578: 'Oisin with Patrick'
223.17 "Patch Whyte passed O'Sheen ascowl" [see Fweet notes] (comparison to Shaun confronting Shem)
9.579: 'Murthering Irish' (Synge abused Irish dialect??)
063.21 "muttering Irish" (Cad making excuses for assault)
320.13 "mundering eeriesk" (tailor/captain trading insults)
354.24 "They had their mutthering ivies and their murdhering idies and their mouldhering iries" (Shem and Shaun always battling)
498.15 "all murdering Irish, amok and amak" (babble of languages at wake??)
(doesn't the source phrase refer to murderous Irishmen?)
9.768 'A myriadminded man, Mr Best reminded. Coleridge called him myriadminded.'
159.07 "she made up all her myriads of drifting minds in one" (Issy chooses suicide)
295.03 "As Great Shapesphere puns it... purr lil murrerof myhind" (Shem's geometry lesson)
331.23 "the myrioheartzed with toroidal coil" (HCE takes ALP's 'measure'??)
576.24 "mirrorminded curiositease" (HCE's instinct to build??)
9.841: 'founded, like the world... upon the void'
188.16 "you have reared your disunited kingdom on the vacuum of your own most intensely doubtful soul." (parody of Ulysses criticism)
9.850: 'They are sundered by a bodily shame so steadfast that the criminal annals of the world, stained with all other incests and bestialities, hardly record its breach' (father and son)
526.13 "—Three in one, one and three. Shem and Shaun and the shame that sunders em. Wisdom's son, folly's brother." (Shaun under interrogation)
VI.B14.222: '3 in 1 1 in 3 Shem & Shaun & the shame that sunders them Sham the rock & Shame the devil'
9.878: 'birthaiding hands'
098.22 "rodmen's firstaiding hands had rescued un from very possibly several feel of demifrish water" (Shem nearly drowned when drunk)
9.1076? "For a guinea, Stephen said, you can publish this interview."
019.34 "I quizzed you a quid" (borrowing before writing)
9.1090 "two gonorrheal ladies, Fresh Nelly and Rosalie, the coalquay whore"
034.32 "Fikup, for flesh nelly, el mundo nov, zole flen!" (transition to new world???)
9.1094: "I will serve you your orts and offals." (SD imagines BM speaking)
069.09 "or your horde of orts and oriorts to garble a garthen of Odin" (HCE's hideout???)
599.01 "and their ilks and their orts and their everythings that is be will was theirs" (new generation will inherit the world)
9.1129: 'Chin Chon Eg Lin Ton'
608.19 "that magic moning with its ching chang chap sugay kaow laow milkee muchee bringing beckerbrose" (tea for breakfast?)
9.1148: 'And that filibustering filibeg'
324.01 "the fillibustered, the fully bellied" (HCE the tavernkeeper returns)
10 Wandering Rocks
10.269: 'Bad cess to her big face!' (bad luck)
352.32 "backsights to his bared!" (Shem cursing the Russian general?)
10.380: 'poster of Marie Kendall, charming soubrette'
531.16 "the refined souprette" (Kate reminisces about being painted by Toulouse-Lautrec???)
10.585 "Mr Bloom turned over idly pages of The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk, then of Aristotle's Masterpiece."
177.01 "moaning feebly, in monkmarian monotheme" (Shem hiding from battle)
10.681: 'Low blackguardism!'
180.32 "lowdown blackguardism?" (critics on Shem)
10.1058: 'We call it D. B. C. because they have damn bad cakes'
149.25 "as brisk as your D.B.C. behaviouristically pailleté with a coat of homoid icing" (Shaun easily dismissing Shem's needs)
10.1279: 'the house said to have been admired by the late queen'
405.26 "the house the once queen of Bristol and Balrothery twice admired" (a site for Shaun's gluttony)
11.25: 'Full throb'
360.05 "now full theorbe, now dulcifair" (radio music in tavern?)
11.494 any God's quantity
171.29 "Any dog's quantity" (Shem's extreme 'lowness')
11.640: 'Too late. She longed to go.'
626.20 "Yed he never knew we seen us before. Night after night. So that I longed to go to." (ALP longed to go out with HCE?)
VI.B47.58: "Night after night. So that I longed to go. And still. One time you'd stand forenest me, laughing fairly, in bark & tan with a wave of branches for to fan me coolly. And one time you'd rush on me, darkly roaring, like a great black shadow with sheeny stare to perce me rawly. And frozen and I'd lie quiet as a moss up and —"
11.786: 'But Bloom sang dumb'
355.08 "And if he sung dumb in his glass darkly speech lit face to face on allaround." (Shem/HCE falls silent in tavern)
11.860: 'Remember write Greek ees'
120.19 "crisscrossed Greek ees" (handwriting of Letter)
11.949: 'What are the wild waves saying?'
327.05?? "eslucylamp aswhen the surge seas sombren" (ALP resembles lightning??)
11.1019 Die die little dog die
215.04 "Die eve, little eve, die!" (washerwomen reaching their end)
11.1023 "Decent soul. Bit addled now. Thinks he'll win in Answers poets' picture puzzle."
101.04 "Notes and queries, tipbids and answers" (gossips await HCE's return?)
11.1101: 'To wipe away a tear for martyrs'
625.30 "To hide away the tear, the parted. It's thinking of all." (ALP's been hiding her pain)
11.1229: 'Mickey Rooney's band'
407.32 "embelliching the musics of the futures from Miccheruni's band" (Shaun prepares to speak/perform)
Bloom stands up to violence
U-12 Alf Bergan
012.26 "We may see and
hear nothing if we choose of the shortlegged bergins off Corkhill or the
bergamoors of Arbourhill or the bergagambols of Summerhill or the
bergincellies of Miseryhill or the countrybossed bergones of
Constitutionhill" (Dublin panorama)
049.34 "my egourge as Micholas de Cusack calls them" (last words of Sordid Sam/ Treacle Tom)
Michael Cusack = The Citizen
12.15 any God's quantity
171.29 "Any dog's quantity" (Shem's lowness)
12.68 "In Inisfail the fair there lies a land, the land of holy Michan."
462.08 "though Shaunathaun is in his fail!" (Shaun's farewell to Issy)
12.510: 'And one time he led him the rounds of Dublin and, by the holy farmer, he never cried crack till he brought him home as drunk as a boiled owl' (Bloom and Dante's nephew)
424.04 "Throwing dust in the eyes of the Hooley Fermers!" (young Shem thinks of joining clergy)
12.510: 'drunk as a boiled owl'
322.01 "bespoking of loungeon off the Boildawl stuumplecheats" (tailor returns from racetrack)
12.530: 'artillery of heaven'
519.06 "the artillery of the O'Hefferns answering the cavalry of the MacClouds" (Cad encounter recalled as battle)
12.577: 'The baby policeman, Constable MacFadden'
443.04 "giving the brotherkeeper into custody to the first police bubby cunstabless" (Shaun ponders shopping Shem)
624.19 "And the bailby pleasemarm rincing his eye!" (ALP remembers policeman witnessing HCE's sin??)
VI.B47.11: 'the Bailby P.C. rincing his eye'
12.722 " it bears a striking resemblance (the italics are ours) to the ranns of ancient Celtic bards" (Garryowen's curse)
044.07 "And around the lawn the rann it rann and this is the rann" (Hosty's ballad)
12.740: 'seven dry Thursdays on you, Barney Kiernan'
045.15 "seven dry Sundays a week" (HCE/Bloom's political agenda)
12.807: 'hugging and smugging' (Bob Doran once, drunk)
446.19 "swap sweetened smugs" (Shaun sweettalks Issy)
12.1066: 'Picture of him on the wall with his smashall sweeney's moustaches' (Breen)
516.05 "MacSmashall Swingy of the Cattelaxes" (the Cad?)
12.1258: 'As treeless as Portugal we'll be soon'
055.28 "phoenix in our woodlessness" (the lifetree at the center of the cycles of history)
12.1298: 'Spanish ale in Galway'
596.13 "with spawnish oel full his angalach" (HCE on his return)
12.1298: 'the winebark on the winedark waterway'
512.05 "the Megalomagellan of our winevatswaterway" (Issy's father)
12.1312: 'Cows in Connacht have long horns'
528.28 "And 2 R.N. and Longhorns Connacht, stay off my air!" (Shaun/Matthew testifying)
12.1445 "one can distinctly discern each of the four evangelists in turn presenting to each of the four masters his evangelical symbol, a bogoak sceptre, a North American puma (a far nobler king of beasts than the British article, be it said in passing), a Kerry calf and a golden eagle from Carrantuohill" (Citizen's handkerchief)
332.13 "touchwood and shenstone unto pop and puma, calf and condor, under all the gaauspices" (ie, Shem and Shaun unto Mmlj))
12.1460: 'three birthplaces of the first duke of Wellington'
133.29 "was given the light in drey orchafts and entumuled in threeplexes" (feats of HCE)
12.1552: 'that whiteeyed kaffir' (Citizen re Bloom)
095.15 "the Whiteside Kaffir" (Mmlj on HCE's smell)
12.1581: 'old Methusalem Bloom, the robbing bagman' (narrator on Rudolf pere)
378.15 "From Motometusolum through Bulley and Cowlie and Diggerydiggerydock down to bazeness's usual?" (angry citizens hunt HCE?)
12.1583: 'Loans by post on easy terms. Any amount of money advanced on note of hand. Distance no object. No security'
514.29 "Also loans through the post. With or without security. Everywhere. Any amount." (Shaun wrt wedding announcement???)
12.1685: 'and the daughters of Clara: and the sons of Dominic' (Franciscan nuns, parody blessing of pub)
226.10 "Buf if he'll go to be a son to France's she'll stay daughter of Clare" (Issy pining)
290.20 "a cheek white peaceful as, wen shall say, a single professed claire's and his washawash tubatubtub" (Issy bathed Tristan/Shem?)
13.32 golden syrup
225.16 "All she meaned was golten sylvup"
13.68: 'Nao... Nao... Nao'
233.22 "Nao... Naohao... Naohaohao."
13.88: 'her rosebud mouth was a genuine Cupid's bow, Greekly perfect'
458.34 "Bow your boche! Absolutely perfect!"
13.156: 'a hat of wideleaved nigger straw contrast'
208.16 "natural nigger boggers, fancyfastened, free to undo"
13.159: 'Clery's summer sales'
459.08 "cleryng's jumbles"
13.167: 'ash, oak or elm'
503.32 "Oakley Ashe's elm."
13.241: 'little wifey'
527.11 "my lickle wiffey"
13.291 Pearson's Weekly
359.27 "To Become Tintinued in Fearson's Nightly"
13.301: 'the man who lifts his hand to a woman save in the way of kindness, deserves to be branded as the lowest of the low'
445.12 "the man who lifts his pud to a woman is saving the way for kindness"
13.396: 'Of course his infant majesty was most obstreperous at such toilet formalities'
166.18 "teaching His Infant Majesty how to make waters worse."
13.707: 'she could almost feel him draw her face to his and the first quick hot touch of his handsome lips'
276.F11 "I can almost feed their sweetness at my lisplips."
13.854: 'Go home to nicey bread and milky and say night prayers with the kiddies'
196.21 "nicies and priers"
13.869: 'arks' (arse)
275.F10 "fat arks"
13.1008: 'What is it? Heliotrope? No. Hyacinth? Hm'
603.28 "Hyacinssies with heliotrollops!"
13.1139 heather on Howth often on fire
175.11 "struck Fire of his Heath from on Hoath"
13.1166: 'Mirus bazaar in search of funds for Mercer's hospital'
447.18 "the Mirist fathers' brothers eleven"
13.1156: 'Off he sails with a scapular or a medal on him for luck'
183.18 "Godforsaken scapulars"
13.1170: 'nine o'clock postman, the glowworm's lamp at his belt gleaming'
404.13 "'twas his belted lamp!"
14 Oxen of the Sun
14.349: 'Fletcher and... Beaumont... had but one doxy between them'
408.21 "we winked on the one wench"
14.730: 'a wolf in the stomach'
323.17 "his fox in a stomach"
462.26 "Talk of wolf in a stomach"
14.1057: 'Jacob's pipe'
607.08 "Jakob van der Bethel, smolking behing his pipe"
14.1156: 'Glycera or Chloe' (girls in Horace's Odes)
236.01 "Charmeuses chloes"
14.1390: 'utterance of the Word'
284.21 "the urutteration of the word"
14.1391 Burke's pub
071.30 "out of Burke's"
14.1415: 'Thou art all their daddies'
039.11 "you're all their nappies!"
14.1443 Ole Clo: London old clothes seller
453.15 "while Ole Clo goes through the wood"
14.1444: 'Where's Punch? All serene'
452.23 "we feel all serene"
14.1463: 'You hurt? Most amazingly sorry!'
336.03 "I'm amazingly sorracer!"
14.1557: 'Massa Pat'
079.05 "Massa Ewacka"
14.1589: 'You'll need to rise precious early you sinner there, if you want to diddle the Almighty God'
172.21 "the fraid born fraud diddled even death"
15.109: 'Metaphysics in Mecklenburgh Street!'
116.27 "metaphysicians in the"
15.203 Leonard's Corner
549.02 "greese cressets at Leonard's and Dunphy's"
15.335: 'A cake of new clean lemon soap arises, diffusing light and perfume... the disc of the soapsun'
593.09 "Guld modning, have yous viewsed Piers' aube?"
15.420 'There's someone in the house with Dina'
141.28 "Summon In The House-"
15.437: 'a holy show'
242.23 "a whorly show"
15.492: 'The answer is a lemon'
302.R01 "WHEN THE"
373.22 "To what mine answer is a"
596.01 "thetheatron is a lemoronage"
15.732: 'Henry Flower. No fixed abode.' (also 15.1157)
040.16 "an exprivate secretary of no"
15.795: 'General Gough in the park'
211.25 "blind and gouty Gough"
271.29 "garden Gough gave"
334.18 "our own one's goff stature"
357.31 "a general golf stature"
15.926: 'Loosen his boots'
032.24 "Loots in his (bassvoco) Boots"
101.05 "queries, tipbids and answers"
374.04 "with tittivits by. Ahem."
15.1070: 'He implored me to soil his letter'
421.08 "Too Let. To Be Soiled."
15.1188: 'Innocence. Girl in the monkey house. Zoo. Lewd chimpanzee. (Breathlessly) Pelvic basin. Her artless blush unmanned me'
046.25 "Or, according to the Nursing Mirror, while admiring the monkeys"
15.1201: 'BLOOM. No, no. Pig's feet. I was at a funeral'
491.02 "I was intending a"
15.1210: 'Doctor Finucane pronounced life extinct when I succumbed'
324.22 "Finucane-Lee, Finucane-Law."
15.1287: 'ZOE. No, eightyone. Mrs. Cohen's'
174.26 "Mr Vanhomrigh's house at 81 bis"
15.1435: 'egg and potato factors'
380.11 "poor old hospitable corn and eggfactor"
15.1451 'The wren, the wren, The king of all birds, Saint Stephen's his day, Was caught in the furze'
044.16 "the rann, the rann, the king"
15.1469: 'A sunburst appears in the northwest' (the chapter is set around midnight)
071.15 "Midnight Sunburst"
15.1568: 'Bloom's bodyguard distribute Maundy money'
220.20 "she mistributes mandamus monies"
15.1808: 'he was a very posthumous child'
316.34 "with a warry posthumour's expletion"
15.1890: 'You hig, you hog, you dirty dog!'
584.05 "Ye hek, ye hok, ye hucky hiremonger!"
15.2160: 'he whirls round and round with dervish howls'
184.06 "whirling dervish, Tumult, son of Thunder"
15.2183: 'Elijah's voice, harsh as a corncrake's'
493.32 "the hawk, cry as the corncrake"
15.2228: 'My mother's sister married a Montmorency'
318.02 "with that rarefied air of a Montmalency"
15.2261: 'behind the coalscuttle... the bearded figure of Mananaun MacLir'
160.27 "The coolskittle is philip debli-"
15.2334: 'VIRAG... Did you hear my brain go snap?'
522.21 "to do thah, you know, snapograph"
15.2447: 'Serpents too are gluttons for woman's milk'
075.22 "kneed!) for milk"
15.2512: 'The Siamese twins, Philip Drunk and Philip Sober')
542.09 "from Philuppe Sobriety in"
15.2548 (Chiniquy: The Priest, the Woman and the Confessional offers some extremely sexually-explicit extracts from the alleged writings of Catholic theologians in the Latin only, supposedly to shield his readership from the smut)
185.09 "cloaked up in the language of"
15.2572: 'He had two left feet'
007.30 "His clay feet, swarded in verdigrass,"
15.2778: 'I stand, so to speak, with an unposted letter bearing the extra regulation fee before the too late box of the general postoffice of human life'
472.19 "our nevertoolatetolove box"
15.2892: 'Nubian slave'
559.28 "Nubian shine"
15.3106: 'His sire's milk record was a thousand gallons of whole milk in forty weeks'
412.24 "the Scotic Poor Men's Thousand"
15.3218: 'Crocodile tears!'
183.24 "crocodile tears"
15.3250 proprietary articles
574.06 "certain proprietary articles"
15.3256: 'Rubber goods. Neverrip brand as supplied to the aristocracy'
039.11 "in his never-"
15.3369: 'THE NANNYGOAT (bleats) Megeggaggegg!'
054.23 "to goat it! Meggeg, m'gay"
169.14 "his megageg chin"
363.36 "Meggy Guggy's giggag."
15.3454: 'THE YEWS... Deciduously!'
580.19 "flispering in the nightleaves flattery, dinsiduously"
15.3593: 'Stephen:... (He fumbles again in his pocket... An object falls) That fell. / Bloom: (stooping, picks up and hands a box of matches) This. / Stephen: Lucifer. Thanks'
183.16 "fallen lucifers"
15.3663: 'Ask my ballocks that I haven't got'
205.05 "next what I haven't got!"
15.3681: 'His criminal thumbprint on the haddock'
533.11 "by imposition of fufuf fingers, olso haddock's fumb"
15.3851: 'Mamma, the beeftea is fizzing over!'
421.09 "His Bouf Toe is Frozen Over."
15.3855: 'umbrella sways drunkenly... Under the umbrella appears Mrs Cunningham in merry widow hat'
387.33 "And his widdy the giddy is"
15.3865: 'Remember Pasiphae for whose lust my grandoldgrossfather made the first confessionbox'
439.13 "my grandydad's lustiest"
15.3915: 'Waterloo. Watercloset'
008.02 "the charmful water-"
15.3948: 'An eagle gules volant in field argent displayed'
136.13 "a raaven geulant on a fjeld duiv"
15.4044: 'The Katty Lanner step'
027.19 "making her rep at Lanner's"
531.15 "as Katty and"
15.4173: 'I was once the beautiful May Goulding'
619.24 "It is for me goolden wending."
619.30 "may me life, yea your goolden, silve me solve"
295.18 "nothung up my sleeve"
15.4243: 'He lifts his ashplant high with both hands and smashes the chandelier'
155.23 "Elevating, to give peint to his blick, his jewelled pederect to"
15.4350: 'superintendent Laracy'
618.31 "to lodge our complaint on sergeant Laraseny"
15.4402: 'Doctor Swift says one man in armour will beat ten men in their shirts'
023.08 "For one man in his armour was a fat match always for any"
361.13 "How a mans in"
15.4403: 'Shirt is synechdoche'
292.11 "in shirt, is how"
15.4479: 'To make the blind see I throw dust in their eyes'
424.04 "Throwing dust in the eyes of the Hooley Fer-"
15.4578 'Old Gummy Granny'
301.F07 "Grunny Grant."
15.4606: 'Irish missile troops'
009.19 "This is mistletropes."
349.11 "the missledhropes"
15.4618 Up, guards, and at them!
007.35 "the upjock and hock-"
15.4689 Blessed Saint Barbara
335.27 "the bliss it sint barbaras"
16.320: 'Mr Bloom and Stephen entered the cabman's shelter... Now touching a cup of coffee, Mr Bloom ventured to plausibly suggest'
542.14 "pay in caabman's sheltar tot the ites like you corss the tees"
16.363: 'Jesus, Mr Doyle'
574.01 "D'Oyly Owens"
16.421: 'my own true wife I haven't seen for seven years now, sailing about'
312.06 "that seven sailend sonnenrounders was he breastbare to the brina-"
16.423: 'having diddled Davy Jones'
316.19 "with the help of Divy and Jorum's locquor"
16.462: 'the best bloody man that ever scuttled a ship'
329.11 "he is the bettest bluffy blondblubber of an olewidgeon what"
16.525: 'providing puffs in the local papers could be managed'
438.19 "Peter Paragraph and Paulus Puff"
16.666: 'The Skibbereen father'
315.34 "Skibbereen has common inn, by pounautique, with poke-"
16.694: '— Neat bit of work, longshoreman one said. — And what's the number for? loafer number two queried. — Eaten alive? a third asked the sailor'
314.10 "— Did do a dive, aped one."
16.704: 'The face of a streetwalker... peered askew round the door... with the object of bringing more grist to her mill'
314.19 "rillarry gibbous grist to our millery!"
16.805: 'Dr Tibble's Vi-Cocoa'
026.30 "Dr Tipple's"
16.850: 'Marcella the midget queen'
112.28 "She may be a mere marcella, this midget madgetcy"
16.1120 and 16.1343 song Would You Be Surprised to Hear?
082.31 "Woowoo would"
16.1491: 'nisi was made absolute'
390.33 "By decree absolute."
16.1534: 'some anonymous letter from the usual boy Jones'
275.F08 "O boyjones"
16.1727: 'wrapped in the arms of Murphy'
293.09 "murphy come, murphy go"
16.1756: 'Lionel's air in Martha, M'appari'
241.32 "false liarnels"
16.1850: 'Ivan St Austell and Hilton St Just and their genus omne'
048.11 "Hilton St Just (Mr Frank"
17.304: 'an empty pot of Plumtree's potted meat'
167.21 "the soldpewter for you to plump your"
550.14 "potted fleshmeats from store"
17.308: 'Anne Lynch's choice tea at 2/- per lb'
325.05 "Pourable! One and eleven."
571.14 "of his monkshood, how it is triste to death"
17.643: 'essays on various subjects or moral apothegms (e.g. My Favourite Hero or Procrastination is the Thief of Time) composed during schoolyears'
306.21 "Your Favorite Hero or Heroine"
17.727: 'By Stephen: suil, suil, suil arun, suil go siocair agus suil go cuin (walk, walk, walk your way, walk in safety, walk with care)'
011.18 "who goes cute goes siocur and shoos aroun"
17.966: 'the Ship hotel and tavern, 6 Lower Abbey street (W. and E. Connery, proprietors)')
063.25 "Ramitdown's ship hotel since the morning moment"
17.1030 Vulgate Psalms 113: 'in exitu Israel de Aegypto'
353.18 "in an exitous erseroyal Deo Jupto"
17.1500: 'acres, roods and perches'
283.19 "a league of archers, fools and lurchers"
17.1504: 'Qui si Sana'
183.01 "and forty Queasi-"
17.1536: 'staircase, three continuous flights at successive right angles, of varnished cleargrained oak, treads and risers, newel, balusters and handrail')
594.01 "to the reneweller of the sky"
17.1686: 'flotsam, jetsam, lagan and derelict'
292.14 "in his house of thoughtsam (was"
513.32 "to meet themselves, flopsome and jerksome, lubber and deliric"
17.1775 Vere Henry Lewis Foster
280.17 "she hawks from Poppa Vere Foster"
17.1819: 'The Wonderworker, the world's greatest remedy for rectal complaints'
008.35 "Willingdone mormorial tallowscoop Wounderworker"
17.1945: 'Simpson's Hospital for reduced but respectable men permanently disabled by gout or want of sight'
043.07 "four broke gents out of Simpson's on the Rocks"
17.1977: 'Brigid's elm in Kildare'
571.08 "cull dare, take a message, tawny runes ilex sallow"
17.2055: 'Mrs Bella Cohen, 82 Tyrone Street, lower'
174.26 "from Mr Vanhomrigh's house at 81 bis"
17.2226: 'the apathy of the stars'
160.22 "to the irony of the stars"
17.2232: 'posterior female hemispheres'
508.21 "Concaving now convexly to the semidemihemispheres"
17.2322: 'Tinbad the Tailor'
18.1: 'he never did a thing like that before as ask to get his breakfast in bed'
575.29 "the new style of Will Break-"
18.1: 'Yes because he never did a thing like that before as ask to get his breakfast in bed with a couple of eggs since the City Arms hotel'
199.15 "from his maggias. And an odd time she'd cook him up blooms"
18.80 The Young May Moon: 'The young May moon is beaming, love'
245.06 "then Yul remembers Mei. Her hung maid"
18.185: 'he made me the present of lord Byrons poems'
435.10 "And the volses of lewd Buylan, for innocence! And the phylli-"
18.240: 'white Arsenic she put in his tea'
577.04 "this prime white arsenic with bissemate alloyed"
18.347 song It Is a Charming Girl I Love
288.1 "the thirds the charmhim girlalove"
113.09 "tutus to be forrarder"
272.07 "toughs and titties for totties"
18.616: 'wogger she called him wogger'
079.02 "waggery, nay, even the first old wugger of himself"
18.626: 'the bullfight at La Linea when that matador Gomez was given the bulls ear'
18.908: 'sweeeee theres that train far away'
041.29 "only halfpast atsweeeep"
18.1204: 'hes always imitating everybody'
460.12 "immutating aperybally"
18.1220: 'worse and worse says Warden Daly'
526.20 "Woe on woe, says Wardeb Daly."
18.1431: 'and Im to be slooching around down in the kitchen to get his lordship his breakfast'
199.15 "from his maggias. And an odd time she'd cook him up blooms"
18.1608: 'yes I said yes I will Yes'
184.02 "ouis sis jas jos gias neys thaws sos, yeses and yeses and yeses"
193.03 "Am I not right? Yes? Yes? Yes?"
18.1610: 'Trieste-Zurich-Paris 1914-1921'
228.22 "catch the Paname-Turricum and regain that absendee tarry"
033.19 selfrespecting answer is to affirm that there are certain statements
–033.19+ The Quarterly Review, vol. 238, 225: 'Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Shane Leslie): 'The practice of introducing the names of real people into circumstances of monstrous and ludicrous fiction seems to us to touch the lowest depth of Rabelaisian realism. When we are given the details of the skin disease of an Irish peer, famous for his benefactions, we feel a genuine dislike of the writer. There are some things which cannot and, we should like to be able to say, shall not be done' (refers to Bloom's reflections in James Joyce: Ulysses.5.306: 'lord Ardilaun has to change his shirt four times a day. Skin breeds lice or vermin') (Deming: The Critical Heritage 209) [.19-.21]
116.18 fornix near a makeussin wall (sinsin! sinsin!) and the curate one
–116.18+ Times Literary Supplement 18 Jun 1914: review of James Joyce: Dubliners: 'The reader's difficulty will be enhanced if he is ignorant of Dublin customs; if he does not know, for instance, that 'a curate' is a man who brings strong waters' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 60)
171.33 muneranded national apostate, who was cowardly gun and camera
–171.33+ New York Times Book Review 28 May 1922, 6: 'James Joyce's Amazing Chronicle' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Joseph Collins): (of Bloom's thoughts) 'the product of the unconscious mind of a moral monster, a pervert and an invert, an apostate to his race and his religion' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 225; also appears in Collins: The Doctor Looks at Literature 43)
172.34 scriptural arguments with the opprobrious papist about trying
–172.34+ Outlook 29 Apr 1922, 339: 'James Joyce's Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Arnold Bennett): 'Is the staggering indecency justified by the results obtained?... For myself I think that in the main it is not... but I must plainly add, at the risk of opprobrium, that in the finest passages it is' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 222)
177.13 But would anyone, short of a madhouse, believe it? Neither of
–177.13+ New York Times Book Review 28 May 1922, 6: 'James Joyce's Amazing Chronicle' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Joseph Collins): (of Joyce) 'He is the only individual that the writer has encountered outside of a madhouse who has let flow from his pen random and purposeful thoughts just as they are produced' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 224)
177.14 those clean little cherubum, Nero or Nobookisonester himself,
–177.14+ Sporting Times 1 Apr 1922, 4: 'The Scandal of Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Aramis): 'Joyce is more than a bit like that himself. Lenehan and Boylan are clean little cherubs compared with him' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 193)
177.15 ever nursed such a spoiled opinion of his monstrous marvellosity
–177.15+ New York Times Book Review 28 May 1922, 6: 'James Joyce's Amazing Chronicle' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Joseph Collins): (of Bloom's thoughts) 'the product of the unconscious mind of a moral monster' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 225; also appears in Collins: The Doctor Looks at Literature 43) [.16]
179.25 spectacle of this semidemented zany amid the inspissated grime
–179.25+ Nation and Athenæum 22 Apr 1922, 124/2: 'Mr. Joyce's Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by John M. Murry): 'an immense, a prodigious, self-laceration, the tearing-away from himself, by a half-demented man of genius, of inhibitions and limitations which have grown to be flesh of his flesh' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 196)
–179.25+ Nation and Athenæum 22 Apr 1922, 125/1: 'Mr. Joyce's Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by John M. Murry): 'Every thought that a super-subtle modern can think seems to be hidden somewhere in its inspissated obscurities' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 197)
179.27 able Blue Book of Eccles, édition de ténèbres, (even yet sighs the
–179.27+ Manchester Guardian 15 Mar 1923, 39: 'Modern Irish Literature' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Stephen Gwynn): 'Seven hundred pages of a tome like a Blue-book are occupied with the events and sensations in one day of a renegade Jew' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 301)
182.14 skrevened nameless shamelessness about everybody ever he met,
–182.14+ New York Times Book Review 28 May 1922, 6: 'James Joyce's Amazing Chronicle' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Joseph Collins): (of Joyce) 'It is not unlikely that... every person he has ever met... is to be encountered in the obscurities and in the franknesses of Ulysses' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 224; also appears in Collins: The Doctor Looks at Literature 42)
182.17 margins of this rancid Shem stuff the evilsmeller (who was
–182.17+ Sporting Times 1 Apr 1922, 4: 'The Scandal of Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Aramis): 'a very rancid chapter of the Joyce stuff, which appears to have been written by a perverted lunatic who has made a specialty of the literature of the latrine' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 192)
183.20 upset latten tintacks, unused mill and stumpling stones, twisted
–183.20+ Dublin Review Sep 1922, 113: 'Some Recent Books. Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Domini Canis (Shane Leslie)): (of the Holy Church) 'Her inquisitions, her safeguards and indexes all aim at the avoidance of the scriptural millstone, which is so richly deserved by those who offend one of her little ones'
184.08 rors, noondayterrorised to skin and bone by an ineluctable phan-
–184.08+ Nation and Athenæum 22 Apr 1922, 125/1: 'Mr. Joyce's Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by John M. Murry): 'he seems to have dropped the illusion of truth for the truth, the effect of truth for the fact, which is, in art, to drop the bone for the shadow'
187.35 Macadamson, you know me and I know you and all your she-
–187.35+ Sunday Express 28 May 1922, 5: 'Beauty — and the Beast' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by James Douglas): 'if Ireland were to accept the paternity of Joyce and his Dublin Joyceries... Ireland would indeed... degenerate into a latrine and a sewer'
188.16 anarch, egoarch, hiresiarch, you have reared your disunited king-
–188.16+ Nation and Athenæum 22 Apr 1922, 124/2: 'Mr. Joyce's Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by John M. Murry): 'He is the egocentric rebel in excelsis, the arch-esoteric... His intention, as so far as he has any social intention, is completely anarchic' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 196)
191.21 let him tome to Tindertarten, pease, and bing his scooter
–191.21+ Sporting Times 1 Apr 1922, 4: 'The Scandal of Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Aramis): (an extract from Nausicaa) 'displays Joyce in a mood of kindergarten delicacy' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 193)
192.10 hollow voice drop of your horrible awful poverty of mind so as
–192.10+ Times Literary Supplement 10 Apr 1919, 189/4: 'Modern Novels' (anonymous review of James Joyce: A Portrait and James Joyce: Ulysses (by Virginia Woolf)): 'for what reason a work of such originality yet fails to compare... with Youth or Jude the Obscure. It fails, one might say simply because of the comparative poverty of the writer's mind' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 126)
192.14 pas mal de siècle, which, by the by, Reynaldo, is the ordinary
–192.14+ Sporting Times 1 Apr 1922, 4: 'The Scandal of Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Aramis): 'it would also have the very simple effect of an ordinary emetic' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 194)
193.02 your extravagance and made a hottentot of dulpeners crawsick
–193.02+ Sporting Times 1 Apr 1922, 4: 'The Scandal of Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Aramis): 'The main contents of the book are enough to make a Hottentot sick' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 193)
229.26 tiffin for thea. He would jused sit it all write down just as he
–229.26+ Outlook 29 Apr 1922, 338: 'James Joyce's Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Arnold Bennett): 'He has taken an oath with himself to put it all down and be hanged to it' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 221)
505.17 ing nobirdy aviar soar anywing to eagle it! But rocked of agues,
–505.17+ Outlook 29 Apr 1922, 339: 'James Joyce's Ulysses' (review of James Joyce: Ulysses by Arnold Bennett): (of 'Penelope') 'I have never read anything to surpass it, and I doubt if I have ever read anything to equal it' (Deming: The Critical Heritage 221)