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226.01The pearlagraph, the pearlagraph, knew whitchly whether to weep
226.01+
226.02or laugh. For always down in Carolinas lovely Dinahs vaunt their
226.02+song Dinah: 'in Carolina'
226.03view.
226.03+
226.04     Poor Isa sits a glooming so gleaming in the gloaming; the tin-
226.04+{{Synopsis: II.1.2.J: [226.04-226.20]: poor Isa — looking for her man}}
226.04+children's game ('circle' game) 'Poor Mary sits a-weeping'
226.04+VI.B.33.195a (k): 'Isa Izod'
226.04+Isa Bowman: child-friend of Lewis Carroll and author of Bowman: The Story of Lewis Carroll [.07]
226.04+song Roaming in the Gloaming
226.04+French étincelles: sparks
226.04+tinsel's
226.05celles a touch tarnished wind no lovelinoise awound her swan's.
226.05+loveliness
226.05+lovely noose
226.05+(neck)
226.06Hey, lass! Woefear gleam she so glooming, this pooripathete I
226.06+French hélas: alas
226.06+Lewis Carroll's Alice
226.06+German wofür: what for
226.06+peripatetic
226.06+Isolde
226.07solde? Her beauman's gone of a cool. Be good enough to symper-
226.07+beau
226.07+Isa Bowman: child-friend of Lewis Carroll and author of Bowman: The Story of Lewis Carroll [.04]
226.07+Cant bowman: fancy man
226.07+Finn was the son of Cool (Cumhal)
226.07+VI.B.33.195b (k): 'be good enough to tremble'
226.07+Bowman: The Story of Lewis Carroll 31: (letter from Lewis Carroll to Isa Bowman) 'Oh, you naughty, naughty, bad wicked little girl! You forgot to put a stamp on your letter, and your poor old uncle had to pay TWOPENCE! His last Twopence! Think of that. I shall punish you severely for this when once I get you here. So tremble! Do you hear? Be good enough to tremble!'
226.07+simper
226.07+sympathise
226.08ise. If he's at anywhere she's therefor to join him. If it's to no-
226.08+VI.B.33.082c (r): 'if it's to nowhere I'm coming too' (VI.B.33.175d (g): ' if it's to nowhere I'm going too')
226.08+Young: Trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson 12: (letter from Edith Thompson to Bywaters, trial exhibit 50) 'if things are the same again then I am going with you — wherever it is — if its to sea — I am coming too and if it is to nowhere — I'm also coming darlint'
226.08+song Still I love him, Can't deny it: 'And if he goes nowhere, I'll go there as well'
226.09where she's going to too. Buf if he'll go to be a son to France's
226.09+but
226.09+(as a young man, Joyce left Ireland for France in 1903)
226.09+Saint Francis of Assisi
226.10she'll stay daughter of Clare. Bring tansy, throw myrtle, strew
226.10+Saint Clare of Assisi founded the order of Poor Clares (Franciscan nuns; James Joyce: Ulysses.12.1685: 'daughters of Clara')
226.10+(stay in Ireland)
226.10+County Clare
226.11rue, rue, rue. She is fading out like Journee's clothes so you can't
226.11+French journée: day, daytime
226.11+close
226.11+children's game ('line' game) Jenny Jones: 'You can't see her now'
226.12see her now. Still we know how Day the Dyer works, in dims
226.12+
226.13and deeps and dusks and darks. And among the shades that Eve's
226.13+
226.14now wearing she'll meet anew fiancy, tryst and trow. Mammy
226.14+new fancy
226.14+fiancé
226.14+Tristan
226.14+true
226.14+[215.24]
226.15was, Mimmy is, Minuscoline's to be. In the Dee dips a dame and
226.15+Italian minuscoline: very tiny (feminine plural)
226.15+Dee river
226.16the dame desires a demselle but the demselle dresses dolly and
226.16+damsel
226.17the dolly does a dulcydamble. The same renew. For though
226.17+Latin dulce: sweetly
226.17+Motif: new/same
226.18she's unmerried she'll after truss up and help that hussyband how
226.18+unmarried
226.18+(sad)
226.18+trousseau: the possessions (clothes, linen, jewelry, etc.) that a bride collects for her wedding day and married life
226.18+dress up
226.18+(teach)
226.18+husband
226.18+(band of hussies)
226.19to hop. Hip it and trip it and chirrub and sing. Lord Chuffy's sky
226.19+chirrup: to chirp repeatedly in a lively manner
226.19+cherub [.20]
226.19+cheer up
226.19+VI.B.32.186f (r): 'Chief Chuffy'
226.19+American sky sheriff: a law officer patrolling a county in an airplane (1920s or earlier)
226.19+high sheriff
226.20sheraph and Glugg's got to swing.
226.20+seraph [.19]
226.20+Colloquial swing: to be hanged
226.21     So and so, toe by toe, to and fro they go round, for they are the
226.21+{{Synopsis: II.1.2.K: [226.21-227.18]: the girls' double rainbow dance — forth and back through time}}
226.21+Motif: So and so
226.21+two by two
226.22ingelles, scattering nods as girls who may, for they are an angel's
226.22+Yiddish yingelles: boy's
226.22+angels
226.22+children's game ('line' game) Here We Go Gathering Nuts in May
226.23garland.
226.23+Swedenborg discusses angels' garments in Heaven and Hell
226.24     Catchmire stockings, libertyed garters, shoddyshoes, quicked
226.24+Motif: alliteration (s, p, f, l, n, r) [.24-.29]
226.24+cashmere
226.24+Liberty's: London department store ('Liberty' was used attributively to designate their textiles)
226.24+quicksilver
226.24+tricked out: decked
226.25out with selver. Pennyfair caps on pinnyfore frocks and a ring on
226.25+Italian selve: woods
226.25+Colloquial pinny: pinafore
226.26her fomefing finger. And they leap so looply, looply, as they link
226.26+something
226.26+children's game ('circle' game) Lubin: 'Here we come looby, looby, Here we come looby light, Here we come looby, looby, All on a Saturday night'
226.26+Dutch loopen: to walk, to go
226.26+Dutch links: left
226.27to light. And they look so loovely, loovelit, noosed in a nuptious
226.27+lovely
226.27+Slang noose: to marry; to hang
226.28night. Withasly glints in. Andecoy glants out. They ramp it a
226.28+with a sly glance in and a coy glance out
226.28+children's game ('circle' game) Lubin: 'Put your left foot in, Put your right foot out, Shake it a little, a little, a little, and turn youself about'
226.29little, a lessle, a lissle. Then rompride round in rout.
226.29+Alice P. Liddell: child-friend of Lewis Carroll and model for Lewis Carroll's Alice
226.29+right round
226.30     Say them all but tell them apart, cadenzando coloratura! R is
226.30+Italian cadenzato: rhythmical
226.30+coloratura: florid ornaments in vocal music, runs, trills
226.30+Italian coloratura: colouring
226.30+acrostic: RAYNBOW [227.14]
226.31Rubretta and A is Arancia, Y is for Yilla and N for greeneriN. B
226.31+Motif: 7 colours of rainbow [.31-.33]
226.31+Italian rubretta: red (feminine)
226.31+Italian arancia: orange (feminine)
226.31+yellow
226.31+green
226.31+Anglo-Irish Erin: Ireland
226.32is Boyblue with odalisque O while W waters the fleurettes of no-
226.32+nursery rhyme Little Boy Blue
226.32+odalisque: concubine in Eastern harem
226.32+French fleurettes: little flowers
226.32+VI.B.32.195a (r): 'in fond novembrance'
226.32+William Shakespeare: Hamlet IV.5.174: 'rosemary, that's for remembrance' (purple flower, in bloom in November)
226.33vembrance. Though they're all but merely a schoolgirl yet these
226.33+children's game ('circle' game) When I was a young girl: 'This way went I'
226.34way went they. I' th' view o' th'avignue dancing goes entrancing
226.34+VI.B.33.063b (r): 'Avignon'
226.34+Verrimst: Rondes et Chansons Populaires 50: song Sur le Pont d'Avignon: 'Sur le pont d'Avignon, Tout le monde y danse, danse; Sur le pont d'Avignon, Tout le monde y danse en rond. Les beaux messieurs font comm' ça, Et puis encor' comm' ça' (French song On the Bridge of Avignon: 'On the bridge of Avignon, Everybody dances, dances; On the bridge of Avignon, Everybody dances round. The pretty misters do like so, And then again like so'; also 'beaux messieurs' is replaced in some versions with 'bell's dames', vocations, etc.) [226.34-227.01]
226.34+in the view of the avenue
226.35roundly. Miss Oodles of Anems before the Luvium doeslike. So.
226.35+oodles of names
226.35+Irish ainm: name
226.35+(years)
226.35+Anna... Livia
226.35+antediluvian: belonging to period before the Flood
226.35+Luvius: Ptolemy's name for the Lee river, Cork
226.35+VI.B.33.126c (r): 'like so'
226.36And then again doeslike. So. And miss Endles of Eons efter Dies
226.36+Miss [.35]
226.36+endless
226.36+after
226.36+song Dies Irae


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