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571.01nute! These brilling waveleaplights! Please say me how sing you
571.01+Lewis Carroll: Through the Looking-Glass ch. I: 'brillig'
571.01+brilliant
571.01+German Brille: eyeglasses
571.01+thrilling
571.01+(will-o'-the-wisps)
571.01+German sag mir: tell me (literally 'say me')
571.02them. Seekhem seckhem! They arise from a clear springwell in
571.02+sekhem: power (vital force of man), one of nine constituent parts of man in Egyptian theology [570.29]
571.02+Phoenix Park derived from Irish Páirc an Fionnuisce: Clear Water Field (referring to a spring there)
571.03the near of our park which makes the daft to hear all blend. This
571.03+Motif: ear/eye (deaf, blind)
571.03+German blendend: splendidly
571.04place of endearment! How it is clear! And how they cast their
571.04+
571.05spells upon, the fronds that thereup float, the bookstaff branch-
571.05+Tristan sent messages carved on twigs to Isolde by dropping them into a stream springing at the base of a pine tree [.05-.09] (related in Bédier: Le Roman de Tristan et Iseut 65 ('Le Grand Pin'))
571.05+German Buchstabe: letter (of alphabet)
571.05+German Druckbuchstabe: printed letter (of alphabet)
571.06ings! The druggeted stems, the leaves incut on trees! Do you
571.06+drugget: originally material for wearing, half-wool or all-wool
571.06+loves
571.07can their tantrist spellings? I can lese, skillmistress aiding. Elm,
571.07+Scottish ken: to know
571.07+Tristan on arrival in Ireland called himself Tantris
571.07+Tantrist: of class of Hindu religious works
571.07+Tantric sex symbolism of India
571.07+German lesen: read
571.07+schoolmistress
571.07+Irish letters: ailm: elm (A); beith: birch (B); coll: hazel (C); dair: oak (D); teithne: furze (T); sail: willow (S)
571.08bay, this way, cull dare, take a message, tawny runes ilex sallow,
571.08+James Joyce: Ulysses.17.1977: 'Brigid's elm in Kildare'
571.08+TAMTRIS (wounded Tristram used the name Tramtris in Ireland)
571.08+Latin ilex: holm oak
571.08+Lex Salica: a 6th century body of Frankish law
571.09meet me at the pine. Yes, they shall have brought us to the water
571.09+
571.10trysting, by hedjes of maiden ferm, then here in another place is
571.10+Tristan
571.10+maidenhair fern
571.11their chapelofeases, sold for song, of which you have thought
571.11+Saint Mary's Chapel of Ease, Dublin
571.11+chapel of ease: chapel built for convenience of parishioners who live far from the parish church
571.11+Slang chapel of ease: water closet [.18]
571.11+Chapelizod
571.11+Isolde
571.12my praise too much my price. O ma ma! Yes, sad one of Ziod?
571.12+Parnell (about selling him): 'When you sell, get my price' [.13]
571.12+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Parallel: 'Yes, sad one of Sion' [.18]
571.12+French triste: sad
571.12+Izod
571.13Sell me, my soul dear! Ah, my sorrowful, his cloister dreeping
571.13+tell
571.13+Isolde
571.13+soldier
571.13+French triste: sorrowful
571.13+drooping
571.14of his monkshood, how it is triste to death, all his dark ivytod!
571.14+monkshood: plant from which aconite extracted (James Joyce: Ulysses.17.624)
571.14+French triste: sad
571.14+Vulgate Matthew 26:38: 'tristis est anima mea usque ad mortem': 'my soul is sad even unto death' [499.30]
571.14+Tristan
571.14+Archaic ivytod: ivy bush
571.14+Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner VII.22-24: 'When the ivy-tod is heavy with snow, And the owlet whoops to the wolf below, That eats the she-wolf's young' (part of the hermit's speech)
571.14+German Tod: death
571.15Where cold in dearth. Yet see, my blanching kissabelle, in the
571.15+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song When Cold in the Earth [.22]
571.15+Isolde Blanchemains
571.15+Samuel Taylor Coleridge: other works: Christabel
571.16under close she is allso gay, her kirtles green, her curtsies white,
571.16+underclothes
571.16+Archaic kirtle: woman's gown, skirt or outer petticoat
571.17her peony pears, her nistlingsloes! I, pipette, I must also quick-
571.17+mistletoe
571.17+(O, pipette)
571.17+Swift: Ppt
571.17+(must also enter urinal) [570.26]
571.18lingly to tryst myself softly into this littleeasechapel. I would
571.18+Tristan
571.18+trust
571.18+thrust
571.18+Little Ease: a dungeon in the Tower of London
571.18+chapel of ease [.11]
571.18+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Parallel [air: I Would Rather Than Ireland] [.12]
571.19rather than Ireland! But I pray, make! Do your easiness! O,
571.19+business
571.20peace, this is heaven! O, Mr Prince of Pouringtoher, whatever
571.20+song O Mister Porter, Whatever Shall I Do?
571.20+porterpease (Motif: Why do I am alook alike a poss of porterpease?)
571.21shall I pppease to do? Why do you so lifesighs, my precious, as
571.21+lifesize
571.22I hear from you, with limmenings lemantitions, after that swollen
571.22+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song When Cold in the Earth [air: Limerick's Lamentation] [.15]
571.22+Greek limnos: lake
571.22+Lac Leman, Switzerland
571.23one? I am not sighing, I assure, but only I am soso sorry about
571.23+(Motif: stuttering)
571.24all in my saarasplace. Listen, listen! I am doing it. Hear more to
571.24+sorrows
571.24+Sarah: wife of Abraham
571.24+Sarah Place, Dublin
571.24+[021.02-.03]
571.25those voices! Always I am hearing them. Horsehem coughs
571.25+HCE (Motif: HCE)
571.25+hoarse
571.26enough. Annshee lispes privily.
571.26+ALP (Motif: ALP)
571.26+and she
571.26+banshee
571.26+privy
571.27    — He is quieter now.
571.27+{{Synopsis: III.4.4J.A: [571.27-571.34]: back in the twins' room — the crying one is quieter now}}
571.27+[[Speaker: *E*]]
571.28    — Legalentitled. Accesstopartnuzz. Notwildebeestsch. By-
571.28+[[Speaker: *C*]]
571.28+legally-entitled to have access to partner
571.28+Anglican marriage ceremony: (not) 'like brute beasts that have no understanding'
571.28+wildebeest: gnu (from Afrikaans)
571.28+Dutch wilde beesten: wild beasts
571.28+by right of captain (marriage at sea)
571.29rightofoaptz. Twainbeonerflsh. Haveandholdpp.
571.29+Anglican marriage ceremony: 'they two shall be one flesh'
571.29+Genesis 2:24: 'and they shall be two in one flesh' (of husband and wife)
571.29+Anglican marriage ceremony: 'to have and to hold'
571.30    — S! Let us go. Make a noise. Slee . . .
571.30+[[Speaker: *A*]]
571.30+sleeps
571.30+(erroneously missing line between [.30] and [.31], similar to [.28-.29] and [.32-.33] ?)
571.31    — Qui . . . The gir . . .
571.31+[[Speaker: *E*]]
571.31+quiet
571.31+quick
571.31+girl
571.32    — Huesofrichunfoldingmorn. Wakenupriseandprove. Pro-
571.32+[[Speaker: *C*]]
571.32+John Keble: The Christian Year (1827): 'Hues of the rich unfolding morn... New every morning is the Love, Our wakening and uprising prove... God will provide for sacrifice' (a well-known hymn)
571.33videforsacrifice.
571.33+
571.34    — Wait! Hist! Let us list!
571.34+[[Speaker: *A*]]
571.35     For our netherworld's bosomfoes are working tooth and nail
571.35+{{Synopsis: III.4.4K.A: [571.35-572.06]: the young are still a threat — threatening to bury their forefathers}}
571.35+bosom friends
571.35+phrase fighting tooth and nail
571.36overtime: in earthveins, toadcavites, chessganglions, saltkles-
571.36+German Tod: death
571.36+cavities
571.36+salt-cellars


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