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293.01     Coss? Cossist? Your parn! You, you make
293.01+{{Synopsis: II.2.8.E: [293.01-300.08] [293.F01-300.F02] [293.L01-299.L07] [293.R01-293.R03]: Dolph teaching Kev the geometry problem and other mathematical topics — the fig, or mother's genitals}}
293.01+(waking from doze with a start)
293.01+rule of Coss: early name for algebra (from Italian cosa: thing, being a translation of Arabic shai: unknown quantity (or x) of an equation)
293.01+Italian cosa?: what?
293.01+German was ist?: what is it?
293.01+I beg your pardon?
293.01+Beche-la-Mar you make what name?: what do you make?
293.02what name? (and in truth, as a poor soul is
293.03between shift and shift ere the death he has
293.03+Yeats: A Vision 231 (book III, sec. VII): 'The Spirit is still unsatisfied, until after the third state, which corresponds to Gemini, called the Shiftings where the spirit is purified of good and evil' (referring to the third state after death)
293.03+Yeats: A Vision 197 (book II, sec. VI): 'every month or phase when we take it as a whole is a double vortex moving from Phase 1 to Phase 28, or two periods, one solar and one lunar, which in the words of Heraclitus "live each other's death, die each other's life"'
293.04lived through becomes the life he is to die
293.05into, he or he had albut — he was rickets as to
293.05+Yeats: A Vision 298 (book V, sec. V): 'Charles Ricketts, my education in so many things'
293.06reasons but the balance of his minds was
293.06+verdict of suicide: 'when the balance of his mind was disturbed'
293.07stables — lost himself or himself some som-
293.07+Latin Somnium Scipionis: The Dream of Scipio (part of the sixth book of Cicero: all works: De Re Publica; referred to in several major medieval works, especially Chaucer's Parlement of Foules)
293.08nione sciupiones, soswhitchoverswetch had
293.08+Italian sciupone: spendthrift
293.08+Scipio Maffei (found lost classical manuscripts in monastery at Verona)
293.09he or he gazet, murphy come, murphy go,
293.09+Slang Murphy: potato
293.09+James Joyce: Ulysses.16.1727: 'wrapped in the arms of Murphy' (Morpheus)
293.10murphy plant, murphy grow, a maryamyria-
293.10+Anglo-Irish meila murder: great commotion (literally 'a thousand murders', from Irish míle marbhadh)
293.11meliamurphies, in the lazily eye of his lapis,
293.11+lapis lazuli (Joyce had blue eyes)
293.11+Latin lapis: lead pencil; stone
293.11+Latin lapis via: philosophers' stone
293.12+(diagram for Euclid's first problem, the construction of an equilateral triangle on a given finite line)
293.12+(the area enclosed by the arcs is a mystical figure called Vesica Piscis (literally Latin 'bladder of a fish'), a symbol of the womb and of Christ, often used in medieval and gothic architecture and art)
293.12+('Amande Mystique'(French) or 'Mandorla' (Italian): almond-shaped iconographic symbol of the union of opposites represented by two intersection circles)
293.12+(delta of river)
293.12+(00 (toilet sign))
293.12+(*A*'s bottom and genitals seen from lavatory bowl, with the circles being the hips, the ellipse and triangles the vulva, pi the clitoris, P the anus)
293.12+(lower triangle reflection in water, or mirror, of upper one)
293.12+(ALP, alpha-lamba-pi (Motif: ALP))
293.12+(alpha on left resembles *C*, lambda on right resembles *V*, pi on top resembles *E*, their triangle resembles *A*)
293.13Vieus Von DVbLIn, 'twas one of dozedeams
293.13+Latin vieo: I twist together
293.13+Views of Dublin (German von: of)
293.13+chronogram: V + V + D + V + L + I = 566 [014.07]
293.13+Dublin Delineated in Twenty-Six Views (Thom's, 1831)
293.13+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song 'Twas One of Those Dreams [air: The Song of the Woods]
293.14a darkies ding in dewood) the Turnpike under
293.14+German Ding: thing
293.14+the wood
293.14+(the sentence makes more sense if the parenthesis on [.14] is treated as a comma and the parenthesis on [.15] is ignored)
293.15the Great Ulm (with Mearingstone in Fore
293.15+Albert Einstein was born at Ulm
293.15+German Ulme: elm (Motif: tree/stone)
293.15+(an elm in Chapelizod is mentioned in Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: The House by the Churchyard (left bank of the Liffey river))
293.15+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Ulm (with...} | {Png: ...Ulm with...}
293.15+Irish Aill-na-Mirem: Stone of Divisions
293.15+Irish méar: finger
293.15+Mearing Stone: stone in a wall 100 yards south of Dublin Castle (right bank of the Liffey river)
293.16ground).1 Given now ann linch you take enn
293.16+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 16: 'Give a nigger an inch an' he'll take an ell'
293.16+AL (line on figure)
293.16+Anne Lynch's Dublin tea
293.16+(one inch to the mile)
293.17all. Allow me! And, heaving alljawbreakical
293.17+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM:! And...} | {Png: And...}
293.17+Colloquial jaw-breaking: hard to pronounce
293.18expressions out of old Sare Isaac's2 universal
293.18+Sarah and her son Isaac [.F02]
293.18+Sir Isaac Newton's name for algebra was 'Universal Arithmetic'
293.19of specious aristmystic unsaid, A is for Anna
293.20like L is for liv. Aha hahah, Ante Ann you're
293.21apt to ape aunty annalive! Dawn gives rise.
293.22Lo, lo, lives love! Eve takes fall. La, la, laugh
293.22+Motif: A/O
293.22+Irish Archaic ló: day
293.22+(evening falls)
293.22+(Adam and Eve's fall)
293.22+Irish lá: day
293.23leaves alass! Aiaiaiai, Antiann, we're last to
293.23+Chinese ai: to love
293.23+Portuguese aiaiaiai: alas
293.24the lost, Loulou! Tis perfect. Now (lens
293.24+lens (of the eye) [294.01]
293.24+lend us
293.F01     1 Draumcondra's Dreamcountry where the betterlies blow.
293.F01+Drumcondra: district of Dublin
293.F01+German Traum: dream
293.F02     2 O, Laughing Sally, are we going to be toadhauntered by that old Pantifox
293.F02+Sarah laughed when God said she was to bear a child at age ninety, hence name Isaac (means 'he laughed'; Genesis 21:5-6) [.18]
293.F02+German Tod: death
293.F02+Isaac Todhunter's edition of Euclid [.18]
293.F02+Latin pontifex: chief priest
293.F03Sir Somebody Something, Burtt, for the rest of our secret stripture?
293.F03+Sir Edwin Arthur Burtt: The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science
293.F03+Bart: abbreviation for 'baronet'
293.F03+Thomas Kettle: 'secret scripture of the poor'
293.F03+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...stripture?} | {Png: ...stripture.}
293.L01Uteralterance or
293.L01+(marginal notes change sides)
293.L01+[[Speaker: *V*]]
293.L01+Latin uter: which of two
293.L02the Interplay of
293.L03Bones in the
293.L03+pantomime Babes in the Wood [.14]
293.L05The Vortex.
293.L05+Wyndham Lewis's 'Vorticism'
293.L05+vortex: a term used in Yeats: A Vision
293.L06Spring of Sprung
293.L06+sprung rhythm: prosodic term used by Gerard Manley Hopkins
293.L07Verse. The Ver-
293.R01WHY MY AS
293.R01+[[Speaker: *C*]]
293.R03WHIS HIS.

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