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018.01     Jute. — 'Zmorde!
018.01+Archaic zounds: God's wounds (hence, God's death or God's shit)
018.01+German Mord: murder
018.01+Italian morte: death
018.01+French merde!: shit!
018.02     Mutt. — Meldundleize! By the fearse wave behoughted. Des-
018.02+Wagner: Tristan und Isolde: Liebestod: 'Mild und leise wie er lächelt' (German 'Gentle and soft how he smiles')
018.02+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Desmond's Song: 'By the Feal's wave benighted'
018.02+German Ferse: heel
018.02+first wife
018.02+German behauptet: asserted, claimed
018.02+German behütet: sheltered, protected
018.03                       pond's sung. And thanacestross mound have swollup
018.03+Slough of Despond in Bunyan: The Pilgrim's Progress
018.03+Greek thanatos: death
018.03+that ancestral
018.03+Greek kestreus: hungry
018.03+swollen up
018.04                       them all. This ourth of years is not save brickdust
018.04+this earth of ours
018.04+(red bricks, red earth)
018.04+Genesis 3:19: 'for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return'
018.05                       and being humus the same roturns. He who runes
018.05+Latin humus: earth, soil
018.05+Motif: new/same [.06]
018.05+German rot: red
018.05+phrase he that runs may read: it is easily readable (based on a misquote of Habakkuk 2:2: 'Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables: that he that readeth it may run over it')
018.06                       may rede it on all fours. O'c'stle, n'wc'stle, tr'c'stle,
018.06+German Rede: speech
018.06+one, two, three (the Dublin coat of arms shows three burning castles)
018.06+old, new [.05]
018.06+Nautical fo'c'sle: forecastle, the fore part of a ship
018.06+Newcastle and Crumlin [555.13-.14]
018.07                       crumbling! Sell me sooth the fare for Humblin! Hum-
018.07+Obsolete sell: to give
018.08                       blady Fair. But speak it allsosiftly, moulder! Be in
018.08+also softly, mister
018.08+Irish Bí i bhur thost!: be quiet
018.09                       your whisht!
018.09+Anglo-Irish whist!: silence!
018.10     Jute. — Whysht?
018.10+why [.12] [.14]
018.11     Mutt. — The gyant Forficules with Amni the fay.
018.11+(because they are here)
018.11+Forficula: genus of earwigs (*E*)
018.11+Latin amnis: river
018.11+Anna (*A*)
018.11+Morgana le Fay, King Arthur's sister, sorceress
018.12     Jute. — Howe?
018.12+how [.10] [.14]
018.12+Dialect howe: tumulus, barrow, burial mound
018.12+Howe: site of the Norse parliament (Thingmote) in Dublin during Viking occupation [.16] [.21]
018.13     Mutt. — Here is viceking's graab.
018.13+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: The Viking's Barrow
018.13+German Grab: grave (*F*)
018.14     Jute. — Hwaad!
018.14+Old English hwaet: what, lo (used to introduce a statement)
018.14+Danish hvad: what [.10] [.12]
018.15     Mutt. — Ore you astoneaged, jute you?
018.15+Norwegian øre: ear (Motif: ear/eye) [.16]
018.15+are you astonished
018.15+Stone Age
018.16     Jute. — Oye am thonthorstrok, thing mud.
018.16+Norwegian øye: eye [.15]
018.16+I am thunderstruck
018.16+Thon, once worshipped in England, may be Thor
018.16+Thor, the Norse god of thunder, was patron of the Scandinavian Thing
018.16+Old Norse Ragnarøkr: destruction of the Norse gods
018.16+Thingmote [.12]
018.17     (Stoop) if you are abcedminded, to this claybook, what curios
018.17+{{Synopsis: I.1.2A.A: [018.17-019.19]: the book itself — a hoard of alphabets, snakes, etc.}}
018.17+Motif: Stop, please stop... [018.17-019.10]
018.17+VI.B.15.159f (o): 'abced'
018.17+Old English abecede: alphabet
018.17+VI.B.15.156? (o): 'claybook'
018.17+Clodd: The Story of the Alphabet 89: (of cuneiform writing) 'the abundant clay of the alluvial country afforded material whose convenience and permanence brought it into general use. Upon this the characters were impressed by a reed or square-shaped stylus, the clay-books being afterwards baked or sun-dried'
018.17+roman à clef: a novel about real people under the guise of fiction (literally French 'novel with a key')
018.17+Greek kurios: lord
018.18of signs (please stoop), in this allaphbed! Can you rede (since
018.18+VI.B.15.159b (o): 'alaphbet'
018.18+Clodd: The Story of the Alphabet 122: (quoting Canon Taylor) 'the very word ALPHABET... is obviously derived from the names of the two letters alpha and beta... which are plainly identical with the names aleph and beth borne by the corresponding Semitic characters'
018.18+German reden: to speak
018.19We and Thou had it out already) its world? It is the same told
018.19+Lane-Poole: The Speeches & Table-Talk of the Prophet Mohammad xl: 'the "we" (God), and "thou" (Mohammad), and "ye" (the audience), of the Koran'
018.20of all. Many. Miscegenations on miscegenations. Tieckle. They
018.20+Daniel 5:25-28: 'MENE, MENE, TEKEL, UPHARSIN... Thy kingdom is divided, and given to the Medes and Persians' (writing on the wall at Belshazzar's feast) [.20-.22]
018.20+Ludwig Tieck: German romantic novelist
018.21lived und laughed ant loved end left. Forsin. Thy thingdome is
018.21+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle (?)
018.21+German und: and
018.21+and, and, and
018.21+Latin forsan: perhaps
018.21+Norwegian forsyn: providence
018.21+Thingmote [.12]
018.22given to the Meades and Porsons. The meandertale, aloss and
018.22+meander (from the Meander river in Greece, noted for its winding course) [019.25]
018.22+Neanderthal Man
018.23again, of our old Heidenburgh in the days when Head-in-Clouds
018.23+German Heiden: heathen
018.23+Heidelberg Man (Old Stone Age)
018.23+HCE (Motif: HCE)
018.23+(in James Hogg's The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, which takes place in Edinburgh, the hero sees his shadow magnified enormously as it is cast on the clouds)
018.24walked the earth. In the ignorance that implies impression that
018.24+after enlightenment, Buddha walked the world
018.24+(rhythm of nursery rhyme The House that Jack Built) [.24-.28]
018.24+the Buddhistic Round of life and death is seen as a twelve-fold chain of dependencies: ignorance / impression / knowledge / name-and-form / the-six-senses / sensation / desire / attachment / existence / birth / old-age-and-death / ignorance (or ignorance / motivation / consciousnes / name-and-form / the-six-senses / sense-stimulation / sense-experience / grasping / possessiveness / coming-to-be / birth / old-age-and-death)
018.25knits knowledge that finds the nameform that whets the wits that
018.26convey contacts that sweeten sensation that drives desire that
018.27adheres to attachment that dogs death that bitches birth that en-
018.28tails the ensuance of existentiality. But with a rush out of his
018.28+during the enlightenment of Buddha, a reed grew from his navel
018.28+James Joyce: Ulysses.3.38: 'Gaze in your omphalos. Hello! Kinch here. Put me on to Edenville'
018.29navel reaching the reredos of Ramasbatham. A terricolous vively-
018.29+reredos: an ornamental screen covering the wall at the back of an altar
018.29+Rama: an avatar of Vishnu in Hindu mythology
018.29+Ramsbottom: town, England
018.29+ram's bottom
018.29+Latin terricola: earth-dweller
018.29+Modern Greek vivlio: book
018.30onview this; queer and it continues to be quaky. A hatch, a celt,
018.30+Modern Greek vios: life
018.30+Motif: The Letter: Dear, and it goes on to
018.30+earthquake [.29]
018.30+HCE (Motif: HCE)
018.30+Obsolete hatch: hatchet
018.30+celt: a prehistoric chisel
018.31an earshare the pourquose of which was to cassay the earthcrust at
018.31+Obsolete ear: a ploughing; to plough (hence, ploughshare)
018.31+(*E* the ploughshare, *A* the earth)
018.31+French pourquoi: the reason why
018.31+French casser: to break
018.31+CEH (Motif: HCE)
018.32all of hours, furrowards, bagawards, like yoxen at the turnpaht.
018.32+forwards, backwards
018.32+Motif: A/O
018.32+Greek boustrophêdon: turning like oxen (in ploughing); writing with lines read left-right, then right-left, etc. (the second sentence is the first read backwards) [.33-.34]
018.33Here say figurines billycoose arming and mounting. Mounting and
018.33+(*V* and *C*)
018.33+phrase billing and cooing
018.33+bellicose: warlike
018.34arming bellicose figurines see here. Futhorc, this liffle effingee is for
018.34+VI.B.15.159g (o): 'futhorc'
018.34+Clodd: The Story of the Alphabet 201: 'The primitive Gothic alphabet is named, on the acrologic principle, "futhorc," after the first six letters, f, u, th, o, r, c'
018.34+Liffey river
018.34+little effigy
018.34+F and G
018.34+German fing: caught
018.35a firefing called a flintforfall. Face at the eased! O I fay! Face at the
018.35+fire-lighting flint
018.35+Danish forfalde: fall into decay
018.35+German Vorfall: incident
018.35+face to the east, face to the west
018.36waist! Ho, you fie! Upwap and dump em, Face to Face! When a
018.36+upwards and down them
018.36+Motif: Up, guards, and at them!
018.36+VI.B.6.089e (r): 'dump'
018.36+face to face
018.36+(three pairs of rotated F's) [121.03] [121.07] [266.22]
018.36+(*E* and *M*)

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