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  • Page 2 and 3: I S tately, plump Buck Mulligan cam
  • Page 4 and 5: cried: —Will he come? The jejune
  • Page 6 and 7: A tolerant smile curled his lips.
  • Page 8 and 9: he said. If Wilde were only alive t
  • Page 10 and 11: —What? Where? I can’t remember
  • Page 12 and 13: Woodshadows floated silently by thr
  • Page 14 and 15: and for all our sakes. His head dis
  • Page 16 and 17: jay, there’s no milk. Stephen fet
  • Page 18 and 19: He crammed his mouth with fry and m
  • Page 20 and 21: ought to speak Irish in Ireland.
  • Page 22 and 23: —I intend to make a collection of
  • Page 24 and 25: to the slow iron door and locked it
  • Page 26 and 27: and prudent. The seas’ ruler, he
  • Page 28 and 29: a nickel tinderbox, sprang it open
  • Page 30 and 31: —Of course I’m a Britisher, Hai
  • Page 32 and 33: strokes. Haines sat down on a stone
  • Page 34 and 35: Pyrrhus? —End of Pyrrhus, sir?
  • Page 36 and 37: It must be a movement then, an actu
  • Page 38 and 39: Stephen, his throat itching, answer
  • Page 40 and 41: —Yes, sir. In long shaky strokes
  • Page 42 and 43: —Two, he said, strapping and stow
  • Page 44 and 45: guinea, Cousins, ten shillings, Bob
  • Page 46 and 47: Hastings’ Repulse, the duke of We
  • Page 48 and 49: the hands of the jews. In all the h
  • Page 50 and 51: O’Rourke, prince of Breffni. A wo
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    A coughball of laughter leaped from

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    Aleph, alpha: nought, nought, one.

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    —No, uncle Richie … —Call me

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    I was young. You bowed to yourself

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    utes. Look clock. Must get. Ferme.

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    Felix Faure, know how he died? Lice

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    and turned back by the mole of boul

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    sand quickly, shellcocoacoloured? I

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    eville. When night hides her body

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    my words dark. Darkness is in our s

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    eleased, forthflowing, wending back

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    II M r Leopold Bloom ate with relis

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    good eggs with this drouth. Want pu

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    the streets. Drink water scented wi

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    their joggerfry. Mine. Slieve Bloom

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    A speck of eager fire from foxeyes

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    hands down. Blotchy brown brick hou

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    she broke. Putting pieces of folded

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    lanket, began to search the text wi

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    stubbing his toes against the broke

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    till it does. A wild piece of goods

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    Virginia creepers. Want to manure t

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    her boot. Rubbing smartly in turn e

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    Belfast and Oriental Tea Company an

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    100 City. Answered anyhow. He slipp

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    the bright fawn skin shine in the g

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    10 Love’s Old Sweet Song Comes lo

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    arms, who left the house of his fat

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    felt myself so much drawn to a man

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    Just loll there: quiet dusk: let ev

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    discreet place to be next some girl

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    the dregs smartly. Wine. Makes it m

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    the Lord. Squareheaded chaps those

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    for cough. Clogs the pores or the p

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    —You can keep it, Mr Bloom said.

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    —Are we all here now? Martin Cunn

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    her own father. Mr Bloom smiled joy

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    —Unless I’m greatly mistaken. W

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    —Did you read Dan Dawson’s spee

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    Red Bank the white disc of a straw

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    out pretty quick. Yes, it was Croft

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    Nelson’s pillar. —Eight plums a

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    —It is not for us to judge, Marti

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    slowly on their clotted bony croups

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    empty hearse trotted by, coming fro

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    exhumed. Murder will out. Cramped i

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    —O God! Mr Power whispered. First

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    at his sleekcombed hair and at the

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    shaking it over. Every mortal day a

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    —I am the resurrection and the li

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    keys at his back. —Did you hear t

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    He has seen a fair share go under i

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    No, ants too. First thing strikes a

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    prayers. Even Parnell. Ivy day dyin

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    —O, excuse me! He stepped aside n

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    urying the little dead bird in the

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    gravesores. Give you the creeps aft

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    1 THE WEARER OF THE CROWN Under the

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    Jesusmario with rougy cheeks, doubl

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    thump. Now if he got paralysed ther

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    Do you think that’s a good idea?

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    —Yes, sir. Three months’ renewa

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    1 He entered softly. ERIN, GREEN GE

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    1 Mr Bloom moved nimbly aside. —I

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    Shite and onions! That’ll do, Ned

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    and two of his resonant unwashed te

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    —Pardon, monsieur, Lenehan said,

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    voice. —Seems to be, J. J. O’Mo

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    —First my riddle, Lenehan said. A

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    garian it was one day … 1 0 LOST

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    He poked Mr O’Madden Burke mildly

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    made his mark? I’ll tell you. Tha

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    Nightmare from which you will never

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    1 SUFFICIENT FOR THE DAY … J. J.

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    course of both our lives. 00 A POLI

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    0 IMPROMPTU In ferial tone he addre

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    thunder and the seas. Israel is wea

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    0 LET US HOPE J. J. O’Molloy, abo

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    Lourdes water, given her by a lady

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    —He can kiss my royal Irish arse,

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    —You remind me of Antisthenes, th

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    God Almighty’s truth was known. *

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    plumed up from the parapet. Brewery

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    Kino’s 11/Trousers Good idea that

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    partment. You can’t lick ‘em. W

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    concert in the supperroom or oakroo

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    tickled the top of Mr Bloom’s gul

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    the lying-in hospital in Holles str

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    The way they spring those questions

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    idea: queen Victoria was given that

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    cracked his skull on the cobbleston

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    one another, ingoing, outgoing, cla

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    Beard and bicycle. Young woman. And

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    time. Now that I come to think of i

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    feet that woman has in the white st

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    low it all however. —Roast beef a

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    and hindquarters out of it. Hate pe

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    —Wife well? —Quite well, thanks

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    —You’re right there, Nosey Flyn

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    Red bank oysters. Effect on the sex

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    currants. Screened under ferns she

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    —Very much so, Nosey Flynn said.

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    up his sleeve for the Gold cup. A d

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    Doesn’t go properly. Keyes: two m

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    of herringbone tweed. Poor young fe

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    him to ten years. I suppose he’d

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    made him a noiseless beck. —Direc

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    —The schoolmen were schoolboys fi

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    of the sea. —People do not know h

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    absence, through change of manners.

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    Marry, I wanted it. Take thou this

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    —He had a good groatsworth of wit

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    We are all looking forward anxiousl

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    that once was comely, once as sweet

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    Has the wrong sow by the lug. He is

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    Irish commentator, Mr George Bernar

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    smiles. My telegram. —You were sp

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    His glance touched their faces ligh

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    vendredi saint! Murthering Irish. H

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    and its chaste delights and scortat

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    words, wed her second, having kille

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    to be laid in earth near the bones

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    Amplius. In societate humana hoc es

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    ily poets have family lives. Falsta

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    e impossible, refutes him. Well: if

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    written or being written while his

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    always marries the sleeping beauty

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    left in him a strong inclination to

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    —May I? he said. The Lord has spo

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    Lubber … Stephen followed a lubbe

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    —Mournful mummer, Buck Mulligan m

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    —Good day again, Buck Mulligan sa

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    come again to preach. O, yes: a ver

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    according to their lights. Father C

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    The solemnity of the occupants of t

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    fully, eiaculatio seminis inter vas

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    —That’s a fine day, Mr Kelleher

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    —Bad cess to her big face! she cr

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    —Send it at once, will you? he sa

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    * * * * * Miss Dunne hid the Capel

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    said, if my memory serves me. The m

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    * * * * * Tom Rochford took the top

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    —O. Madden, Lenehan said. And a g

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    God bless her. Like that. He held h

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    —All the dollarbills her husband

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    —It’s time for you, she said.

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    —I will, he said gravely. I looke

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    have the honour of your custom agai

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    * * * * * Stephen Dedalus watched t

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    the following talisman three times

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    Ben! He’s always doing a good tur

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    —He has, Father Cowley said. —T

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    steps past Micky Anderson’s watch

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    Ireland, John Wyse Nolan answered f

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    to write something in ten years.

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    left turned as he turned. That’s

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    were unsaluted by Mr Dudley White,

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    Mrs Breen plucked her hastening hus

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    ly salutes from rare male walkers,

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    Fro. To, fro. A baton cool protrudi

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    —Find out, miss Douce retorted, l

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    Miss Douce chimed in in deep bronze

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    He held her hand. Enjoyed her holid

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    plappering flatly: —Ah fox met ah

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    Flower bought. Are you not happy in

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    He touched to fair miss Kennedy a r

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    — … to Flora’s lips did hie.

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    twice. His corns. Four now. How war

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    things there. Mr Dedalus wandered b

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    In bearded abundant laughter Dollar

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    —M’appari, Simon, Father Cowley

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    heard in the hawthorn valley. Takin

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    wound slowly the elastic band of hi

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    low knees. —Charmed my eye … Si

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    Admiring. Richie, admiring, descant

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    pad. He went. A pad to blot. He hea

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    Yes, yes, will tell you. Want to. T

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    you wait. Hee hee hee hee. He waits

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    everywhere. Ruttledge’s door: ee

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    did once. Remember: rosiny ropes, s

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    in that book of poor papa’s. Hypn

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    she not speaks. On yonder river. At

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    Dollard, in right good cheer. —Yo

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    … —Ay, the Lord have mercy on h

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    glazily in the day along the quay t

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    that bloody chimneysweep near shove

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    —Who? says I. Sure, he’s out in

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    I dare him, says he, and I doubleda

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    And with that he took the bloody ol

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    Adam and Eve, Arthur Wellesley, Bos

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    youth and behind him there passed a

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    gracious gesture a testoon of costl

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    ing particularly lifelike owing to

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    —Is that a good Christ, says Bob

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    So they started arguing about the p

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    vincibles and the old guard and the

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    ceasingly while all around the gloo

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    T. E. I. as to whether the eighth o

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    appliances (specially supplied by t

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    names in Albion’s history) placed

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    exhibition of cynanthropy given by

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    notice of the assignment on the com

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    tament? Have you got an old testame

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    ask a question tomorrow about the c

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    lence ensued as to the desirability

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    —Myler dusted the floor with him,

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    Pride of Calpe’s rocky mount, the

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    —Half and half I mean, says the c

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    —A most scandalous thing! This po

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    —O, I’m sure that will be all r

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    —They’re not European, says the

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    the Irish hobbies, with king Philip

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    —And with the help of the holy mo

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    —That’s your glorious British n

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    Joe, haven’t we had enough of tho

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    Manus Tomaltach og MacDonogh, autho

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    —What? says Alf. —Love, says Bl

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    to the toast Black and White from t

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    packed juries and swindling the tax

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    So in comes Martin asking where was

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    he is. Virag from Hungary! Ahasueru

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    with nimbi and aureoles and gloriae

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    self. Devil a sweet fear! There’s

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    —He had no father, says Martin. T

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    for dead. Gob, he near sent it into

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    a volley of oaths after him. —Did

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    fond of children, so patient with l

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    lost in thought, gazing far away in

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    awhile but then she glanced up and

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    the fluttering hopes and fears of s

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    hind the pushcar she was just think

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    Gerty MacDowell bent down her head

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    on it and his sandy moustache a bit

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    ack her foot but she wished their s

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    Gerty wished to goodness they would

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    dark and his hands were just like w

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    to Father Conroy and knelt down loo

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    his watch, listening to it and look

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    cooing of the ringdove, but they cu

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    her toilettable which, though it di

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    And they all ran down the strand to

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    ack that he had a full view high up

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    That’s why she’s left on the sh

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    one another. How many have you left

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    on for it: good evening. O but the

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    needles they are. When I said to Mo

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    Callan there still. She used to loo

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    on the pillow. What is it? Heliotro

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    nertime. Looks mangled out: had a g

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    again. My youth. Only once it comes

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    seacows. Faugh a Ballagh! Out of th

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    asleep with Molly. Very same teeth

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    Suppose she does? Would I like her

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    The clock on the mantelpiece in the

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    can for anyone be than to oblivious

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    and bring forth bairns hale so God

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    and there nighed them a mickle nois

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    child, a gentle dame, whose time hi

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    scant said but all cried with one a

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    young Stephen was a marvellous glad

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    pigeon, ventre de Dieu! Entweder tr

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    young sir, better were they named B

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    a house, this vast majestic longsta

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    the reason was that in the way he f

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    lands) Mal. Mulligan a gentleman’

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    or a platter of tripes with a bare

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    and rollingpins, followed after him

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    guage to study but he could never l

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    venient (which he concluded due to

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    to know if her happiness had yet ta

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    in anguish. Would to God that fores

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    the company to excuse his retreat a

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    at the cost of feminine delicacy (a

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    he is a tenant at will while he tre

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    arer form, with respect to the moth

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    mutual consent was referred to Mr C

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    firm, equipped with an orderbook, a

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    and with horrible gulpings, the sal

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    young she was and radiant (Lalage w

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    own which the other two were as mut

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    to a cooperation (one of nature’s

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    the maternal), is nevertheless, som

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    Mamy, Budgy (Victoria Frances), Tom

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    watches from the PIAZZETTA giving u

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    name. Vegetables, forsooth, and ste

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    a! Have an eggnog or a prairie oyst

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    a cram, that. Gospeltrue. Criminal

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    Your attention! We’re nae tha fou

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    a gnome totting among a rubbishtip

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    here till I tell you. Maidenhead in

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    idge bloom appears, flushed, pantin

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    fellow balked me this morning with

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    them running chaps? BLOOM: (In yout

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    ing slowly over her trinketed stoma

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    MRS BREEN: Mr … BLOOM: (Coughs gr

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    ways a favourite with the ladies. B

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    PAT: (Advances with a tilted dish o

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    a farmhouse and Marcus Tertius Mose

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    And free our native land. (He stagg

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    (A covey of gulls, storm petrels, r

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    Waterloo sometimes. Drop in some ev

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    prize stories of which I am the inv

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    an Driscoll. THE CRIER: Mary Drisco

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    cred Infant, youthful scholars grap

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    J. J. O’MOLLOY: (Hotly to the pop

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    the gods my peerless globes as I sa

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    plored me to soil his letter in an

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    THE TIMEPIECE: (Unportalling) Cucko

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    I saw. Innocence. Girl in the monke

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    it trailing its tether over rattlin

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    BLOOM: (Forlornly) I never loved a

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    That alderman sir Leo Bloom’s spe

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    glovers, plumbing contractors. Afte

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    peers do homage, one by one, approa

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    THE SIGHTSEERS: (Dying) Morituri te

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    ear of a blushing waitress and laug

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    number seven. I’m sending around

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    life for him, the funniest man on e

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    tological museum. DR CROTTHERS: I h

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    Moses Maimonides, Moses Mendelssohn

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    Netaim and from Mizraim, the land o

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    all the goats in Connemara I’m af

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    Don’t fall upstairs. BLOOM: The j

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    with its cap back to the front.) ST

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    of its breeches. A hobgoblin in the

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    monial philosophy, have you got tha

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    oods, chin on knees. He rises slowl

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    so to say. Correct me but I always

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    and syllabax. This searching ordeal

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    dibble. (He gobbles gluttonously wi

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    His spindlelegs and sparrow feet ar

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    Confessional. Penrose. Flipperty Ji

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    (The virgins Nurse Callan and Nurse

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    1 O, the poor little fellow Hihihih

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    gers and gives the sign of past mas

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    Athos, faithful after death. A dog

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    ing, snuffling, rooting at his feet

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    ZOE: Yes. Walk on him! I will. FLOR

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    strained in nettight frocks, pretty

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    pencilled messages offering his nup

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    face) Here wet the deck and wipe it

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    … We … Still … BELLO: (Ruthle

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    Byby, Poldy! Byby, Papli! BLOOM: (C

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    BLOOM: (Quickly) Yes, yes. You mean

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    THE HALCYON DAYS: Mackerel! Live us

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    written. I have … BLOOM: Done. Pr

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    BLOOM: (Coldly) You have broken the

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    ZOE: Forfeits, a fine thing and a s

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    The fox crew, the cocks flew, The b

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    BLOOM: Don’t smoke. You ought to

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    ZOE: I see, says the blind man. Tel

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    BOYLAN: (clasps himself) Here, I ca

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    flaunting aloft.) FREDDY: Ah, ma, y

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    five ten times. Enter, gentleman, t

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    0 Sell the monkey, boys! Sell the m

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    and Bella push the table towards th

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    ing, noon and twilight hours retrea

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    SIMON: Think of your mother’s peo

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    know now. The word known to all men

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    Down there. ZOE: (Pointing) There.

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    ing, at fault, breaking away, throw

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    CISSY CAFFREY: Yes, to go with him.

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    ephant of Denmark, Skinner’s and

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    BLOOM: (To Stephen) Come home. You

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    0 Drinking whisky, beer and wine! P

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    CUNTY KATE: The brave and the fair.

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    eminence, the centre of the earth,

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    MAJOR TWEEDY: (Loudly) Carbine in b

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    (The crowd disperses slowly, mutter

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    drop. (Stephen, prone, breathes to

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    … white breast … dim sea. (He s

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    it had done yeoman service in the s

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    they had acquired drinking habits u

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    A figure of middle height on the pr

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    with a half laugh. I got stuck twic

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    lagged the night before last and fi

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    —I met your respected father on a

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    morose expression of features did n

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    over money. —Is that so? Mr Bloom

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    —Pom! he shouted twice. Egg two e

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    He deposited the quid in his gob an

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    tween his name (assuming he was the

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    the matter of a couple of paltry po

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    the stoutest he snapped the blade t

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    sings. And it left him wondering wh

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    —Did it hurt much doing it? one a

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    —The gunboat, the keeper said.

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    apart from circumstantial evidence.

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    with nothing particularly Roman or

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    ed. On the contrary that stab in th

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    shore in commotion petrified with h

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    part and parcel of the same thing.

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    Achilles heel, which he explained t

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    like that the goby unless you were

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    serves. But with a little goodwill

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    the morning burrowing quickly into

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    water and had to be spirited away b

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    spective captions which came under

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    away and Zinfandel stood close orde

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    they weren’t even a patch on the

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    and file from the housetops, the fa

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    astonished by any means, I never he

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    away thoughtfully with the intentio

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    place about the pit of the stomach,

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    the smallest to pump Stephen about

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    temper of her own sometimes) and sp

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    more or less. All kinds of Utopian

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    coming, making a grand total of fou

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    Stabat Mater, a work simply aboundi

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    would be a holy horror to face. But

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    dovecotes of the fair sex and being

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    Und alle Schiffe brücken. The driv

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    christianity from druidism by Patri

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    that he had reminded himself twice

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    window, the other for himself when

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    waterworks committee had prohibited

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    estuaries and arms of sea: its soli

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    niferous diathermanous ether. Heat

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    er, Spanish, entire, the other, sma

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    What supererogatory marks of specia

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    Leopold Bloom Ellpodbomool Molldope

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    16 years before in 1888 when Bloom

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    emained for a certain time scanning

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    (born Grier). Had Bloom and Stephen

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    Keyes. Such as not? Look at this lo

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    Did he depict the scene verbally fo

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    compositions she abandoned the impl

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    How was a glyphic comparison of the

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    and the virgular quinquecostate ogh

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    10 For if my master he did hear He

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    15 June 1889. A querulous newborn f

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    given as matrimonial auguries, to i

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    of money (1-7-0), one pound seven s

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    egions: the fact of vital growth, t

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    to infinitely remote futures in com

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    And the problem of possible redempt

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    had entered actual present existenc

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    etical letter, who in his ultimate

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    with Bloom that day at the bidding

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    intended to execute): the blue and

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    What followed this operation? The t

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    obliterated). The Stark-Munro Lette

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    in question? Firstly, in order to e

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    0—0—4 1 Sheep’s Trotter 0—0

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    ungalowshaped 2 storey dwellinghous

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    As addenda, a tennis and fives cour

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    inspection of sterile landscape and

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    theory of colonial (e.g. Canadian)

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    5% compound interest of the collect

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    y Steam Packet Company (Laird line)

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    Mizpah, the date Xmas 1892, the nam

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    a new man of you and life worth liv

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    ther Leopold Virag executed in the

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    his hat. Occasionally he drank vora

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    The attractive character of certain

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    obey the summons of recall. Whence,

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    What selfinvolved enigma did Bloom

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    his remaining articles of clothing,

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    Of a bodily and mental male organis

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    juries sustained (selfinflicted), n

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    spondence between Martha Clifford a

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    tor’s invisible thoughts? The upc

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    him polite to old women like that a

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    if you please O no thank you not in

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    he did where and I said on the cana

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    eyes still he hasnt such a tremendo

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    him off letting on I was in a tempe

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    theyre all so different Boylan talk

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    air fete that one in the cream musl

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    a real old gent in his way it was i

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    they call themselves talking his us

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    cracking the nuts with my teeth I w

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    look at that Mrs Galbraith shes muc

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    one like a weddingcake standing up

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    Kidney this one not so much theres

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    tell you I sent the little present

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    decent nightdress this thing gets a

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    for them not even if you shake hand

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    appearance ugly as she was near 80

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    est my blouse open for his last day

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    in them Mrs Ramsbottom or some othe

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    ways said theyre so snotty about th

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    wonder do they see anything that we

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    father did down in Ennis like all t

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    cigarettes through their nose I sme

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    and over again not to leave knives

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    I wish he had what I had then hed b

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    flush it nice cool pins and needles

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    now the lumpy old jingly bed always

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    lower with the childs bonnet on the

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    still I look young in it I wonder h

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    day long curly head and his shoulde

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    man never even casts a 2nd thought

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    at night away from his books and st

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    oom upstairs empty and Millys bed i

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    wouldnt know which to laugh or cry

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    asked me to say yes and I wouldnt a

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