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280.01A scene at sight. Or dreamoneire. Which
280.01+at night
280.01+sight [279.09]
280.01+oneiric: pertaining to dreams (from Greek oneiros: dream)
280.01+on air
280.01+Irish Éire: Ireland
280.02they shall memorise. By her freewritten
280.03Hopely for ear that annalykeses if scares for
280.03+Motif: ear/eye
280.03+Annaly: ancient territory in County Longford
280.04eye that sumns. Is it in the now woodwordings
280.04+Latin somnia: sleep
280.05of our sweet plantation where the branchings
280.05+VI.B.3.071c (b): 'Sweet plantation (MW's res) the branches there'
280.05+Schuré: Woman the Inspirer 21: (translation of Mathilde Wesendonck's poem 'In the Vinery') 'Crowned with leaves and branches slender... Well I know it! Sweet plantation... Silence reigns! the branches shiver... Falling from the green leaves there!'
280.06then will singingsing tomorrows gone and
280.07yesters outcome as Satadays aftermoon lex
280.07+yesterdays to come
280.07+Saturday afternoon... twelve months' mind [460.29-.30]
280.07+Latin lex: law
280.07+Leixlip: place on the Liffey river (name means 'salmon leap')
280.07+W.S.J. Joyce: The Neighbourhood of Dublin 323: (quotes an anonymous 19th century poem about Sunday morning excursions outside Dublin) 'Or Leixlip smiling on the stream below'
280.08leap smiles on the twelvemonthsminding?
280.08+(salmon returns to native river to spawn)
280.08+month's mind: a mass for a deceased celebrated one month after his death, reminding the congregation of Purgatory
280.09Such is. Dear (name of desired subject, A.N.),
280.09+Motif: The Letter (major version of) [.09-.27]
280.09+Motif: The Letter: Dear, and it goes on to
280.09+Latin Amati Nomen: name of beloved
280.10well, and I go on to. Shlicksher. I and we
280.10+she licks her (pencil) [.16] [.19] [.27]
280.10+Yiddish shikseh: young non-Jewish woman
280.11(tender condolences for happy funeral, one
280.11+Motif: The Letter: grand funeral/fun-for-all
280.11+(one 'f' in 'funeral')
280.12if) so sorry to (mention person suppressed for
280.13the moment, F.M.). Well (enquiries after all-
280.13+Motif: The Letter: poor Father Michael [279.F32]
280.13+Finn MacCool
280.13+Motif: The Letter: all at home's health
280.14healths) how are you (question maggy). A
280.14+Motif: The Letter: how are you
280.14+Motif: The Letter: well Maggy/Madge/Majesty [.13] [.20]
280.14+AL...P (Motif: ALP)
280.15lovely (introduce to domestic circles) pershan
280.15+Motif: The Letter: lovely present/parcel of cakes [279.F33]
280.15+Persian cat
280.16of cates. Shrubsher. Those pothooks mostly
280.16+cates: bought provisions
280.16+she rubs her [.10] [.19] [.27]
280.16+VI.B.3.010a (r): 'Isolde — ornaments her father's caligraphy Vere Foster'
280.16+Flood: Ireland, Its Saints and Scholars 106: 'Ferdinand Keller's remarks on the manner in which the excellence of the Irish school of caligraphy was obtained are also applicable in other arts'
280.16+pothook: a stroke in handwriting
280.17she hawks from Poppa Vere Foster but these
280.17+Vere Henry Lewis Foster: 19th century Anglo-Irish philantropist, famous for having devised a series of handwriting copybooks (e.g. Elementary Drawing Copybooks and Public School Writing Copybooks), used well into the 20th century (James Joyce: Ulysses.17.1775)
280.18curly mequeues are of Mippa's moulding.
280.19Shrubsheruthr. (Wave gently in the ere turn-
280.19+she rubs her other [.10] [.16] [.27]
280.20ing ptover.) Well, mabby (consolation of
280.20+it over
280.20+Motif: The Letter: well Maggy/Madge/Majesty [.13-.14]
280.21shopes) to soon air. With best from cinder
280.21+Motif: The Letter: hopes to soon hear
280.21+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...from cinder...} | {Png: ...from-cinder...}
280.21+Cinderella and Prince Charming [.22] in pantomime Cinderella
280.22Christinette if prints chumming, can be when
280.22+Motif: The Letter: Christine
280.22+Morton Prince: The Dissociation of a Personality: study of a case history, 'Christine Beauchamp', in Boston [301.05]; he calls her most prominent secondary personality 'Sally'
280.22+(the Liffey river splits at Sarah (i.e. Sally) Bridge)
280.23desires Soldi, for asamples, backfronted or,
280.23+Italian soldi: money, small change, pennies
280.23+Isold (Motif: anagram)
280.24if all, peethrolio or Get my Prize, using her
280.24+Motif: heliotrope (Motif: anagram)
280.24+Italian petrolio: petroleum
280.24+Parnell (about selling him): 'When you sell, get my price'
280.25flower or perfume or, if veryveryvery chum-
280.26ming, in otherwards, who she supposed adeal,
280.27kissists my exits. Shlicksheruthr. From Auburn
280.27+(kiss my arse)
280.27+kisses my x's (Motif: The Letter: four crosskisses)
280.27+she licks her other [.10] [.16] [.19]
280.28chenlemagne. Pious and pure fair one, all has
280.28+CHE (Motif: HCE)
280.28+French chêne: oak
280.28+pura e pia bella: religious wars of Vico's heroic age [178.17]
280.29concomitated to this that she shall tread them
280.30lifetrees leaves whose silence hitherto has
280.30+Motif: tree/stone [.31]
280.30+Tree of Life (Kabbalah)
280.30+VI.B.3.038i (o): 'lovers' silences'
280.31shone as sphere of silver fastalbarnstone, that
280.31+Dutch barnsteen: amber
280.32fount Bandusian shall play liquick music and
280.32+Horace: Odes III.13.1: 'O fons Bandusiae' (Latin 'O spring of Bandusia')
280.32+VI.B.3.038g (o): 'Is's piss liquid sunlight'
280.33after odours sigh of musk. Blotsbloshblothe,
280.33+Motif: The Letter: teastain
280.34one dear that was. Sleep in the water, drug at
280.34+Motif: 4 elements (water, fire, earth, air)
280.34+Dutch droog: dry (adjective and imperative)
280.35the fire, shake the dust off and dream your one
280.35+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...the dust...} | {Png: ...thedust...}
280.36who would give her sidecurls to. Till later
280.36+phrase at later Lammas: never
280.L01Bibelous hics-
280.L01+libellous history
280.L02tory and Barbar-
280.L02+Barbarossa: German emperor who opposed Adrian IV
280.L02+barbarian history
280.L03assa harestary.
280.L04A shieling in cop-
280.L04+shieling: rough hut on grazing land
280.L04+shilling in coppers
280.L04+Walter A. Copinger: 19th century lawyer and bibliographer of incunabula (wrote Incunabula Biblica (1892) [.L01]) (Motif: Archdeacon J.F.X.P. Coppinger)
280.L05pingers and por-
280.L05+parish soup always
280.L06rish soup all days.
280.L07How matches
280.L07+how much is
280.L08+my trousers
280.L09Le hélos tombaut
280.L09+French les héros tombant seul sur la Champs de Mars: the heroes falling alone on the Champs de Mars (Paris)
280.L10soul sur la jambe
280.L10+French jambe de marche: walking-leg
280.L11de marche.

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