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246.01de kerkegaard. So who over comes ever for Whoopee Weeks
246.01+Danish kirkegaard: churchyard
246.01+Jewish Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) [245.35]
246.02must put up with the Jug and Chambers.
246.02+VI.B.32.124d (r): 'at the sign of the Jug & Chambers' [245.35]
246.02+judge in chambers
246.03     But heed! Our thirty minutes war's alull. All's quiet on the
246.03+{{Synopsis: II.1.5.B: [246.03-246.20]: father calls them in — but the game is not over}}
246.03+Margaret Anderson: My Thirty Years' War
246.03+Thirty Years' War
246.03+(lull in the game)
246.03+Remarque: All's Quiet on the Western Front
246.04felled of Gorey. Between the starfort and the thornwood brass
246.04+German Feld: field
246.04+Battle of Gorey, County Wexford, 1798
246.04+Basque gori: red
246.04+Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: The House by the Churchyard, ch. 98: 'His usual path was by the Star Fort, and through the thorn woods between that and the Magazine' (in Phoenix Park)
246.04+The Brass Castle, Chapelizod, is Dangerfield's house in Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: The House by the Churchyard (mutton candles flare there (ch. 86, ch. 92)) [183.05]
246.05castle flambs with mutton candles. Hushkah, a horn! Gadolmag-
246.05+Hebrew hoshekh: darkness
246.05+Irish uisce: water
246.05+Hebrew ghadhol: great, big
246.05+God Almighty!
246.05+Dutch almachtig: almighty
246.06tog! God es El? Housefather calls enthreateningly. From Bran-
246.06+Irish cad e: what is
246.06+Hebrew kodesh: holiness
246.06+Hebrew El: God
246.06+HCE (Motif: HCE)
246.06+German Brandenburgertor: Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
246.06+German borgen: to borrow
246.07denborgenthor. At Asa's arthre. In thundercloud periwig. With
246.07+Thor: Norse god of thunder
246.07+Asa: a name applied to the Æsir, the major Norse gods
246.07+Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: The House by the Churchyard, prologue: (Lord-Lieutenants wear) 'a thunder-cloud periwig'
246.08lightning bug aflash from afinger. My souls and by jings, should
246.08+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 16: 'lightning bugs'
246.08+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 20: 'My souls, how the wind did scream along'
246.08+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 32: 'By jings'
246.09he work his jaw to give down the banks and hark from the tomb!
246.09+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 31: 'work your jaw' (chatter)
246.09+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 27: 'He give me down the banks'
246.09+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 26: 'give Hare-lip hark from the tomb!' (reproof)
246.10Ansighosa pokes in her potstill to souse at the sop be sodden
246.10+Italian ansiosa: anxious (feminine)
246.10+Asvaghosa: one of the lives of Buddha
246.10+pot-still: a type of still for alcoholic spirits
246.10+see if the soup be hot enough
246.10+Slang souse: drink heavily, get drunk
246.10+Slang sop: drunkard
246.10+Slang sodden: drunk
246.11enow and to hear to all the bubbles besaying: the coming man, the
246.11+Dialect enow: enough; just now, presently, by and by
246.12future woman, the food that is to build, what he with fifteen years
246.12+VI.B.18.277j (b): 'I W H 16 yrs'
246.12+Quiller Couch: Cornwall's Wonderland 225: 'The Story of Sir Tristram and La Belle Iseult': 'King Howell's daughter, Iseult la Blanche Mains, — or Iseult of the White Hands... She was but a child, this White-handed Iseult. She had barely reached her sixteenth year'
246.13will do, the ring in her mouth of joyous guard, stars astir and
246.13+VI.B.18.279a (b): 'ring in mouth'
246.13+Quiller Couch: Cornwall's Wonderland 238: 'The Story of Sir Tristram and La Belle Iseult': (of Tristram's ring, passed to Iseult in a cup of wine) 'she slipped the ring out of her mouth, and deftly she presently managed to slip it into her bosom, marvelling much the while whence and how it came, and why'
246.13+VI.B.18.278a (b): 'Joyous Gard'
246.13+Quiller Couch: Cornwall's Wonderland 229: 'The Story of Sir Tristram and La Belle Iseult': (of Tristram and Iseult escaping from King Mark) 'one day they managed to escape together and to reach the Castle of Joyous Gard, where the king had no power to reach them, even had he known where they were hid'
246.14stirabout. A palashe for hirs, a saucy for hers and ladlelike spoons
246.14+stirabout: a kind of porridge
246.15for the wonner. But ein and twee were never worth three. So they
246.15+German Wonne: delight
246.15+German eins: one
246.15+Dutch twee: two
246.16must have their final since he's on parole. Et la pau' Leonie has the
246.16+French la pauvre: the poor (feminine)
246.16+Paul Léon: a friend of Joyce
246.16+Napoleon and his wives Josephine and Marie Louise (sex reversal)
246.17choice of her lives between Josephinus and Mario-Louis for who
246.18is to wear the lily of Bohemey, Florestan, Thaddeus, Hardress or
246.18+Benedict: The Lily of Killarney (opera based on Boucicault: The Colleen Bawn), in which the heroine is loved by both Hardress Cregan and Myles-na-Coppaleen [247.18]
246.18+Balfe: The Bohemian Girl, in which Florestein and Thaddeus are rivals
246.18+Florestan: husband of Leonore in Beethoven's Fidelio
246.19Myles. And lead raptivity captive. Ready! Like a Finn at a fair.
246.19+Judges 5:12: 'lead thy captivity captive' (Song of Deborah)
246.19+Psalms 68:18: 'thou hast led captivity captive'
246.19+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Ready! Like...} | {Png: ...Ready. Like...}
246.19+Irish fionn: fair
246.20Now for la belle! Icy-la-Belle!
246.20+Italian far la bella: play the decisive game (in cards)
246.20+Italian la bella: the beautiful one (feminine)
246.20+Variants: {FnF: ...bella! Icy-la-Belle!} | {Vkg, JCM: ...belle! Icy-la-Belle!} | {Png: ...bella. Icy-la-Belle.}
246.20+Iseult la Belle
246.21     The campus calls them. Ninan ninan, the gattling gan! Childs
246.21+{{Synopsis: II.1.5.C: [246.21-246.35]: preparing for the battle of the brothers — else Izod will be left alone}}
246.21+VI.B.29.055f (b): 'campus'
246.21+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. XXVIII, 'Washington', 351a: 'The American University (chartered 1893), under Methodist Episcopal control... with a campus of 94 acres... in 1910 had not been opened to students'
246.21+Latin campus: open field
246.21+Bog Latin ninan: drum
246.21+Irish naoidheanán: infant
246.21+R.J. Gatling invented a machine gun
246.21+Cant gan: mouth
246.22will be wilds. 'Twastold. And vamp, vamp, vamp, the girls are
246.22+song Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the Boys Are Marching
246.23merchand. The horseshow magnete draws his field and don't the
246.23+horse show (Dublin hosts a famous one annually since the mid 19th century)
246.23+horseshoe magnet
246.23+magnetic field
246.24fillyings fly? Educande of Sorrento, they newknow knowwell
246.24+fillies (drawn by *V*)
246.24+(iron) filings (drawn by magnet)
246.24+Italian educande: girl boarders (in convent schools)
246.24+Sorrento Point, Dalkey (Vico Road runs towards)
246.25their Vico's road. Arranked in their array and flocking for the
246.25+Giambattista Vico
246.25+Vico Road, Dalkey
246.26fray on that old orangeray, Dolly Brae. For these are not on
246.26+French Slang avoir des oranges a l'étalage: (of a woman) have a full breast
246.26+song Dolly's Brae (an Orange song referring to Dolly's Brae, County Down, where an 1849 Orange Parade led to a escalating conflict, with about eighty Catholics being killed)
246.26+song Good-bye, Dolly Gray: ''Tis the tramp of soldiers true In their uniforms of blue, I must say good-bye to you, Dolly Gray!'
246.27terms, they twain, bartrossers, since their baffle of Whatalose
246.27+Bog Latin bertrosar: brother
246.27+Battle of Waterloo
246.28when Adam Leftus and the devil took our hindmost, gegifting
246.28+Adam Loftus suggested the establishment of Trinity College, Dublin (Peter: Dublin Fragments, Social and Historic mentions he lived in a district of Dublin then known as 'Hell')
246.28+phrase devil take the hindmost
246.28+German vergiften: to poison
246.29her with his painapple, nor will not be atoned at all in fight to
246.29+Motif: Cain/Abel (according to Kabbalists, Cain was the offspring of Satan and Eve)
246.29+cain-apple: fruit of strawberry-tree
246.29+Adam's apple
246.29+All-in wrestling: a type of wrestling popular in the 1920s and 1930s
246.30no finish, that dark deed doer, this wellwilled wooer, Jerkoff and
246.30+Slang jerk off: masturbate
246.30+Jacob and Esau
246.31Eatsoup, Yem or Yan, while felixed is who culpas does and harm's
246.31+eat soup (Esau sold his birthright for a pottage of lentils (Genesis 25:29-34))
246.31+Yin and Yang: complementary opposites in Taoist philosophy
246.31+Motif: Shem/Shaun
246.31+Motif: O felix culpa! (Exsultet)
246.31+Harmsworth: Irish newspaper magnate
246.32worth healing and Brune is bad French for Jour d'Anno. Tiggers
246.32+W.H. Mallock: Is Life Worth Living?
246.32+French brune: brown (feminine)
246.32+Giordano Bruno
246.32+French jour de l'an: New Year's Day
246.32+Latin de anno: from the year
246.33and Tuggers they're all for tenzones. Bettlimbraves. For she must
246.33+Italian tenzone: contest in verse between troubadours; duel, combat (poetic)
246.33+Bog Latin betlim: contest
246.33+battling braves
246.33+German brav im Bettli: well-behaved in bed (good children tucked up in their little beds)
246.34walk out. And it must be with who. Teaseforhim. Toesforhim.
246.34+does for him
246.35Tossforhim. Two. Else there is danger of. Solitude.
246.36     Postreintroducing Jeremy, the chastenot coulter, the flowing
246.36+{{Synopsis: II.1.6.A: [246.36-247.16]: back to Glugg — he wants to go home}}
246.36+reintroducing Jerry (*C*)
246.36+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 599: 'large Limes, Horse-chestnuts and Planes'
246.36+chestnut [247.26]
246.36+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 610: 'Abies venusta... was discovered by Coulter in 1831'
246.36+coulter: knife ('Kinch')

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