Textual development Manuscript to Errata I.7

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

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Shem is as short for Shemus as |3Jim Jem3| is joky for Jacob. A few toughnecks are still getatable who pretend that aboriginally he was of respectable |s5connections stemmings5| (|7he was an outlex between the lines of Ragonar Blaubarb and Horrild Hairwire,º and7| |3blank an inlaw |aof blank to |10Capt. the Hon. and Rev.10| Mr |bBirdwood |cByrdwood Bbyrdwoodc|b| de Trop Blogggºa|3| was among his |3most3| |2distant2| |3cousins connections3|) but every honest to goodness man in the land |8of the space8| of today knows that his back life will not stand being written about in black and white. Putting truth and untruth together a shot may be made at what this hybrid actually |3looked like was like to look at3|.

|99| Shem's bodily getup, it seems, included:º |3an adze of a skull,3| an eighthº of |7an eye a |alark's eye larkseyea|7|, the wholeº of a nose, one |3arm (6all false arm |7arm in numbar numb arm up7| a sleeve6)3|, fortytwo hairs off his |5crown uncrown5|, eighteen to his mock lip, a (6quintet trio of barbels6) from his (6megageg6) chin |9(some |asalmone's sowman'sa| son!)º9|, the wrong shoulder higher than the right, all ears, |7an artificial tongue with a natural curl,7| not a foot to stand on, a handful of thumbs, |2a blind stomach, a deaf heart, a loose liver,2| two fifths of two buttocks, (6a stone and a half one |13glad stone gleetsteen13| |7too many avoirdupoider for him7|6)|3, a |aroot manroota| of all evil|a, a salmonkelt's thinskin, eelsblood in his cold toes, a bladder t |13Tristended tristended13|a|3|º so much so that young Master Shemmy |9|aat ona| his very first debouch9| at the |9very |~proto very~|9| dawn of |8history |~9prehistory protohistory~|9|8| seeing himself such and such, when playing with |7words thistlewords7| in |7his their7| nursery gardenº, |8Griefotrofioº,8| |7at Phig Streat 111,7| |8Shuvlin, Old Hoeland |a(would we go back there now for sounds, pillings and
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sense? would we now for annas and annas? |~would |13Would wouldº13|~| we for fullscore eight and a liretta? for twelve blocks one bob? for four testers one groat? f not for a dinar!º not for jo!)a|,º8| |10asked of dictited toº10| all his little brethern |4brethren brothron4| and |4sisters sweestureens4| the first riddle of the universe: |10asking,10| Whenº is a man not a man?º |4telling them take their time|7, yungfries,7| and wait till the tide stops (for from the first his day was a fortnight) and4| offering |3a the3| prize of a |3juicy bittersweet3| crab|9, a little |~previous from the first present from the past~| |x(for their copper age was asº yet unminted)x|,º9| to the winner. One said when the heavens are |4rocking quakers4|, a second said when |4other Bohemeand4| lips, a third said when |2he, no, when,º hold |4on a second hard a jiffy4|, when2| |4the fair land of Poland he is a gnawstick
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and detarmined to4|, the next one said when the angel of death kicks the bucket of life, still another said when the |4wine is in |awife is wine |8wine is wife wine's at witsends8|a|4|, and still another when lovely |4woman wooman4| stoops to |4conquer conk him4|, one of the |10littlest littliest10| said |2me, me, Sem,º2| when (4father pappa4) papers (6papered papared6) the (4parlour harbour4), |10one of the |awittlest wittliestºa| saidº when he yeat ye abblokooken and he zmear hezelf zo zhooken,10| still one said when you are old (4and I'm4) grey (4and fall4) full |8of wi'º8| sleep, and still another when (4office hours at last are over wee deader walkner4), and another when (4I was a boy with never a hole in my heart he is just only after having being semisized4), another when (4yes yeaº4) he (4has hath4) no mananas, and one when (4dose4) pigs (4they4) begin (4to fly now that they will flies up intil the looft4). All were wrong, so Shem himself|10, |shthe doctator,sh|10| took the cake, the correct solution being |3all give it up?3|:º When he is aº |7— yours till the rending of the rocksº7| Shamº.

Shemº was a sham and a low sham and his lowness |4came creeped4| out first |4in via4| foodstuffs. So low was he that he preferred Gibsen's teatime salmon tinned to the, as inexpensive as pleasing, to the plumpest roeheavy lax or the friskiest |2parr or smolt2| troutlet that ever was gaffed between Leixlip and Island Bridgeº and many was the time he repeated |3in his botulism3| that no junglegrownº pineapple ever smacked like the whoppers you shook out of Ananias' cans|10, Findlater and Gladstone's, Corner House, Englend10|. None of your inchthick blueblooded |2Balaclava2| |7beefsteaks fried-at-beliefstakesº7| or juicejelly legs of |7the |afold's Grex'sa|7| molten mutton or greasily gristlyº grunters' |3feet goupons3| or slice upon slab of luscious goosebosom with lump after load of plumpudding stuffing all aswim in a
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swamp of |3bogoak gray bogoak gravyº3| for |7him that |9greekenhearted9| yude7|! |9Rosbif of Old Zealand?º Heº could not |~attach attouch~| it.9| |10See what happens |shwhen your somatophage merman takes his fancy to our virgitarian swansh|?10| He even |4went (6seceded ran6)4| away (6by himself with |10himself, |13hunself, hunself13|10|6) and became a |2soonerite farsoonerite2|, saying he would |2far2| sooner muddle |2with through2| the hash of lentils in Irel Europe than |2play meddle2| with |7Ireland's |13Irrland Irrland's13|7| splitº little pea. Once when |10among those |shrebelssh|10| in a state of hopelessly helpless intoxication (6he the piscivore6) strove to lift a |10citron czitround10| peel to either nostril, hiccupping|13,13| apparently |3impromptu impromptued by |11the hibat he had with11| his |4glottel glottal4| stop3|,º that he |11could live kukkakould flowrish11| for ever by the smell, as the |10citr czitr10|, as the |10cedron kcedron10|, like a |10cedar scedar10|, of the founts, on mountains, with lemonº on, of Lebanon. O,º the lowness of him was beneath all up to that sunk to! No |4likedbylike4| firewater or firstserved firstshot or |13gutburn gulletburn13| gin or honest (6liberal unionist brewbarrett6) beer either. O dear no! Instead |3he the tragic |4gester jester4|3| sobbed himself |7wheywhingingly7| sick of life on some sort of a |7wheywhinging7| rhubarbarousº |7|amandarin maundarina|7| yellagreen |7funkleblue windigut diodying7| applejack squeezed from sour |3grapes grapefruice3| and, to hear him |3in twixt3| his |3sentimentalising cups sedimental cupslips3| when he had |7absorbed gulfed down mmmmuch7| too |3much of a feast |7many mmmmany7| gourds of it3| retching off to hisº almost as low withswillersº, who always knew notwithstanding when they had |4had4| enough and were rightly indignant at the wretch's hospitality when they
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found to their horror they could not carry another drop, it came straight from the noble white fat, |10jo,10| openwide sat, |10joº jo,10| her why hide that, |10jo jo jo,10| the winevat, of the most serene |10archduchess |amagyarstyº aza| archdiochesse10| |3(if she'sº a duck she's a douches, |10and when she has a feherbour10| snot her fault, nowisit?)3|,º |3artstouchups|13,13|3| |3fancy funny3| you're grinning at, fancy you're in her yet, Fanny Urinia.

|99| |3|aIsn't Ain'tºa| that swell, hey?3| |11Peamengro!11| Talk about lowness!º Any dog's quantity of it visibly oozed out thickly from this dirty little |3black blacking3| beetle,º for the very |9first instant fourth |atime snapa|9| the |4Kelly-Turnbull Tulloch-Turnbull4| girl with her |11coldblood11| kodak |7spotted shotted7| the as yet |4unremunerated unremuneranded4| national apostate, who was cowardly gun and camera shy, taking what he fondly thought was a short cut |3to |11Caer Fere,11| |7Soak7| (6Ameriga Amerigas6),º |11vias the shipsteam Pridewin|13,º13|11|3| after having buried a (6friend hatchet6) not so long before,º by the wrong goods |3entrance exeunt|11, nummer
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desh taº tren,11|3| into Patatapapaveri's, fruiterers and musical florists, |11with his |aCiao Ciaho,a| chavi! Sar shin,º shillipen?,º11| she knew |s+9he the vice |11out of bridewell11|s+|9| was a bad fast man by his walk on the spot.

|7[Johns is a different butcher's. Next |8time place8| you are |8in up8| town pay him a visit. |8Or better still, come tobuy.8| |aYou will enjoy cattlemen's spring meat.º |8Johns is now quite divorced from baking.8| |bFattens, kills, flays, hangs, draws, quarters and pieces.b|a| Feel his lambs! |9Ex!9| Feel how sheap! |9Exex!9| His liver too is great value, |8aº spatiality!8| |9Exexex!9| COMMUNICATED.º]7|

Around that time|11, moravar,11| one generally hoped|11, for luvvomony,º11| he or at any rate suspected |8among morticians that8| he would |2early turn out badly,º2| develop hereditary pulmonary T.B. |3andº do for himself one |7good dandy7| time.3| Nay,º |8one of a8| pelting night blanketed |8folk creditors8|, hearing a coarse song and splash off Eden Quay,º sighed and rolled over, sure all was up, but, though he fell heavily and locally into |8debt debit8|, not even then could such an antinomian be true to type. |9He would not put fire to his cerebrum; he would not throw himself in Liffey; he would not explaud himself with |~pneumaniunread pneumantics~|; he refused to saffrocake himself with a sod.9| With the |5foreign5| devil's leave the |8born fraidbornº8| fraud |3cheated diddled3| |2even2| death. |8Anzi, cabled |10(but shaking the worth out of his maulth: Guardacosta leporello? Szasas Kraicz!)10| from his |10Nearapoblican10| asylum to his jonathan of for a brother: Here |10today, tokay,10| gone |atomorrow, tomorry,ºa| |10|aWe're we'rea| spluched,10| do something, Fireless.º And had answer: Inconvenient, Davidº.8|

|99| You see, |4chaps,4| |10it will trickle out, freaksily of course, but the tom and the shorty of it |awas isa|:10| he was |10in his bardic memory10| low. All the time he kept on treasuring with condign satisfaction each and every |4unkind word crumb of trektalk, covetous of his neighbour's word,4| and if ever, during a |11munda Munda11| conversazione |3commoted3| in the nation's interest, delicate |11hints tippits11| were thrown out to him |3about touching3| |2it, his evil courses2| by some wellwishers vainlyº pleading |3by scriptural arguments3| with |2him the opprobrious papist |3about what aboutº trying3|2|
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to |2brace up |11for the kidos of the thing, Scally wag,11| and2| be a |3man men |a|binstead insteedºb|a| of a dem scrounger, |13desh dish13| it all3|, such as: Pray, what is
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the meaning|7, sousy,7| of that continental expression, if you ever came |9across acrux9| it, we think it is a word |3something transpiciously3| like canaille?º or: Did you anywhere, |3captain kennel3|, |3on |4rural rambles your gullible's travels4| or3| during your |4tales of travel rural troubadouringº4| happen to stumble upon a certain gay young nobleman (6answering whimpering6) to the name of Low |2Bugger Swine2| who |7always addresses women out of the one corner of his mouth|13,13|7| lives on loans and is |5thirtyfive furtivefree5| |3years yours3| of age?º without one sign of haste,º like the supreme prig he was, |7and not a bit sorry,7| he would pull a vacant landlubber's face|7, rootº with earwaker's pensile in the outer of his lauscher7| and then, lisping|4, the prattlepate P parnella,4| to kill time, |3and swatting his deadbest to think what |aunder |bthe canopies ofb| |10God |shJansens Chrestsh|10|a| would any decent |afellow son of |7a bitch |10a shedog an Albiogenselman10|7|a| |7who had bin to an university7| think,3| |11let a lent hit a hint and11| begin to tell all the intelligentsia admitted to that |11tamileasy samtalaisy11| |3conversazione conclamazzione3| |2(since|8, still and before8| |3appreciated |8appreciable panestheticº8|3| physicians, |8trusted lawyers lawyers merchant8|, |3prepaid belfry3| |8politicians pollititians8|, |8agricolous manufraudurers,8| |9sacrestanes of the Pure River Society,9| |aphilantropists |8philanthropists philanthropicks8|a| |7sitting lodging7| on as many boards |3of directors round the |8peninsula peninsuloungeº8|3| |aat the same timea| as possible)2| the whole lifelong |11swrine11| story of his entire low |11cornaille11| existence, |3abusing his |adeceaseda| ancestors |awhoever they wherever the sodsa| were and one moment (6blowing tarabooming6) great |aguns blundergunsa| |7(poh!)7| about his farfamed fine Poppamore, Mr Humhum, |7whom history, climate and entertainment made the first of his sept |aand always up to debta|,7| |8though e Eavens knows h ears ow many fines he faces,8| and another moment |11visanvierssasº11| |4giving (6crowing |11croaghing cruaching11|6)4| |43 three4| jeers |7(pah!)7| for his rotten little ghost of a Peppybeg, Mr Himmyshimmy,3| |7a blighty, a reeky, a lighty, a scrapy, a babbly, a ninny, dirty seventh among thieves, and always bottom sawyer,7| |8till nowan |aknows knoweda| how howmely howme could be,8| giving unsolicited testimony |2to those present2| on behalf of the absent|13,13| as glib as eaveswater,º |2to those present (whoº meanwhile|13,13| |3with increasing lack of interest |ain his semantics,a|3| allowed various |asubconsciousa| |8smiles smickers8| to |3travel drivel3| slowly across their |8faces fichers8|),º2| |2consciously unconsciously2| explaining|2, |3for inkstands,3| with a |4patience meticulosity4| bordering on the insane,2| the various meanings of all the different foreign |3phrases parts of speech3| he misused and |4telling cuttlefishing4| every lie |4unthinkable unshrinkable4| about all the
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other people in the story|13,13| |2except leaving out2|, of course, |2foreconsciously,2| the simple |13word worf13| and |8plague and8| |13person poison13| they had cornered him about until there was not a |2hearer snoozer2| among them but was utterly undeceived |2in the heel of the reel2| by the recital of the rigmarole.

|8It went He |awiunread |13wint went13|a|8| without saying that |3he the cull3| disliked anything anyway approaching a plain straightforward standup or knockdown row and|13,13| as often as he was called in to umpire any |3octagonal |4octugonal octagonal4|3| argument among slangwhangers|13,13| the accomplished washout always used to rub shoulders with the last
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|9and clasp shakers |a(the handtouchº which is speech without words)a|9| and agree to every word as soon as half uttered|3: |7command me!º7| |ayour servant,ºa| good, |7I revere you,7| |8how, my seer?º be drinking that!8| quite |7true truth7|, (6gratias,6) I'm |ayours yousha|, |7see wha'm hearing?º7| also |7good goods7|, |8please it, me sure? be filling this!º8| |aquiso,º |7you said it,7| |11apasafello,11| (6muchas grassyass,6) |7is there fire firing-on-me? is their girlic-on-you?º to your good self,7| yourº sulphur:ºa|3| and then at once turn |7focus focuss7| his whole unbalanced attention c upon the next octagonist who managed to catch a listener's eye, asking and imploring him out of his piteous onewinker |11(hemoptysiaº diadumenos)11| whether there was anything in the world he could do to please him and to overflow his |3tumbler tumbletantaliser3| for him yet once more.

|99| One (6kailcannon hailcannon6) night |10|sh(for his departure was attended by a heavy downpour)sh|10| as |3very3| recently as |4twenty years some thousand rains4| ago he wasº therefore treated with what closely resembled |8personal parsonal8| violence,º being |8kicked soggert8| |3alternately all unsuspectingly3| through the deserted village |3of Tumblin-on-the-Leafy3| from |5Mr Vanhomrigh's houseº at5| |err82 81 bisºerr| |3Dublin Lane Mabbot's Mallº3| to the as far as |5the lefthand5| |2|5eastend5|2| |5corner of Europa Parade Green Patchº beyond the brickfields of Salmon Pool5| by rival teams of (6argumentalists slowspiers6) (4counter quicklimers4) who finally, as |3really rahilly3| they had been |3detained out rather late deteened out rawther la laetich3|, thought|11, busnis hits busnis,11| they had better be streaking for home |8after their Auborne-to-Auborne, with thanks for the pleasant evening,8| one and all disgustedly, |2instead of |8kicking ruggering8| him back |3andº awake3|,2| reconciled |3(though they were as jealous as could be |acullionsa| about all the truffles they |atook (4had4) broughta| on him)3| to a friendship, fast and furious, which merely arose out of |3his the noxious pervert's3| perfect lowness. Again there was a hope that people,
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looking on him with (4comparative contempt the contempt of the contemptiblesº4), after first givingº him a roll in the dirt mightº pity and forgive him(4, if properly deloused,4) but the pleb was born (4low a Quicklow4) and sank (4lower alowing4) till he (4sank stank4) out of sight.

|99| |8All Saints beat Belial! Mickil Goals to Nichil! |aImpossible! Notpossible!a| Already?8|

|7In Nowhere has yet the Whole World taken part of himself for his Wife;
By Nowhomº have Poorparents been sentenced to |aEarth, |bClay, Worms,b|a| Blood and Thunder for Life;º
Not yet has the Emp |aunreadepfrom up fromºa| Corpsica forced the Arth out of Engleterre;
Not yet have |aSachses and Judds (+the+) Sachsen and Juddera| on the Mound of a Word made Warre;
Not yet Witchywitchyº of Wench |ahasºa| struck Fire of his Heath from on Hoath;
Not yet his Arcobaleine |ahasºa| forespoken Peacepeace upon |aOarth; Oath;a|
Cleftfoot from (+Himmel must tunnule, Hempal must tumpel|13,13|+) Blamefool Gardener's bound to fall;
Broken Eggsº will poursuive bitten Apples for |awhere |bwhile whereb|a| theirs is Will there's his Wall;
But the Mountstill frowns on the Millstream while their Madsons |afight leapa| o'erº his Bier
And her Rillstrill liffs to His Murkesty all her daft Daughters laff in her Ear.
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Till the four |13shores Shores13| of deff Tory Island let the douze dumm Eirewhiggs |arail! raille!a|
Hirp! Hirp!º for |aour theira| Missed Understandings! chirps the Ballat of Perce Oreille.º7|

|8O fortunous casualitas!8| |11Lefty takes the cherubcake while Rightoº cloves his hoof.11| Darkiesº never done tug that coon out to play |10non-excretory, anti-sexuous, misoxenetic, gaasy pure,10| flesh and blood games|10, written and composed and sung and danced by Niscemus Nemon,10| same as piccaninnies play all day, those old |11(none of your honeys and rubbers!)11| games |10for fun and element10| we used to play whe with |8Dina and8| old Joe kicking her behind and before and the |7yellow yallowº7| girl kicking him behind old Joe,
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games likeº |7Thom Thom the thonderman,7| Put the wind up the peeler, Hat in the ring, (6Healy |errHely14|6) |errBaba and the forty thieves, Prisson your pritchards and play withers team,ºerr| |7Soldier, soldier, will you marry me?, Mikel on the luckypig, Nickel in the slot,7| Sheila Harnett and her cow, |9|~Adam and Ell, Humble bumble, Moggiesº on the wall, Twos and threes, American jump, Fox come out of your den, Broken bottles, Writing a letter to Punch, |13Tip top Tiptop13| is a sweetstore, |10|shHenressy Crump expolledsh|,10| Postman's knock, |10Are we |afairly fairlysa| represented?,10| Solomon silent reading, Appletree |apeartree, pearstone,ºa| I know a washerwoman, Hospitals, As I was walking, |10There is oneyone's house in Dreamcolohour,10| Battle of Waterloo, Colours, Eggs in the bush, Habberdasherisher, Telling your dreams, What's the time, Nap, Ducking mammy, Last man standing,~|9| |10Heali Baboon and the |13forty forky13| theagues, Fickleyes and futilears,10| |7|aO I married Handmarrieda| but once in my life and I'll never commit such a sin agin, |11Zip cooney candy, Turkey in the straw,11| This is the way we sow the seed of a long and lusty morning, Hops of fun at Miliken's make,7| I |4saw seen4| the toothbrush with Pat Farrell,º Here's the fat to |10grease graze10| the priest's boots|7, When the his steam was like a raimbrandt round MacGarvey7|.

|99| Now it is notoriously known how on that surprisingly |10bloody bludgeony10| Unity Sunday,º when the grand germogall allstar bout was |8gaily harrily8| the rage between our |8fightingmen |aweltingmen weltingtomsa|8| extraordinary |8and our pettythicks the marshalaisy8| and Irish eyes of welcome were smiling |4up their sleeves daggers down their |8back backs8|4|, |7when the rothº vice and blause met the noyr blank and rogues and the grim white and cold bet the black fighting tans,7| |10categorically unimperatived by the maxims,º10| rankº funk getting the better of himº the scut |3in a bad fit of pyjamas3| fled |3like a leveret3| for his bare |3life lives |11to Talviland,º ahone ahaza,11| |apursued by the scented curses of all the village belles and,a|3| without having struck one blow |3and |11(pig stole on him was lust he lagging it was becaused dust he shook)11|,º3| |11corked kushykorkedº11| himself up tight in his (6inkbottle inkbattle6) house, badly the worse for |4drink boosegas4|, |7there to stay |11in afar11| for the life,º7| where|7|a, as there was not a moment to be lost,a| after he had boxed a roundº with his fortepiano till he was whole |10|shbamp himsh|10| bla bachº and |10|shbump himsh|10| blues,7| he |2hid collapsed2| carefully under a bedtick from |11Switzer's Schwitzer's11| |3with,3| hisº face enveloped |4in into4| a dead warrior's |3overcoat telemac3|,
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|3with a |11lullobaw's somnbomnet and a11| whotwaterwottle
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to at his feet,º to stoke his energy of waiting,º3| moaning feebly |9|+|11inº monkmarian monotheme|a, but tarnalº long and then a nation loudera|11|, while engaged in swallowing from a large |s10bottle ampullars10|,+|9| that his |3punishment pawdry's purgatory3| was more than a nigger |8man bloke8| could bear, hemiparalysed by |9|s+the tong warfare ands+|9| all the shemozzle |4((6Daily Maily, fullup lace! Holy Maly, mothelup Joss! Daily Maily,º fullup lace!º Holy Maly, mothelupº Joss!º6))4|,º his cheeks and trousers changing colour every time a gat croaked.

|99| How is that for low, |7ladies and laymen laities and gentlenuns7|? Why, |11dog of the Crostiguns,11| whole continents rang with |4his this4| |11Kairokoiranº11| lowness! |2|4Millions of women in dozens of countries Sheols of houris in chems upon divans4| |a(revolted |4demimondaines stellas vespertine4| amongº them)ºa| at a bare |4(O!)4| mention |9of the scaly rybald9| exclaimed: |4O! |9Fish! Poisse!9|4|2|

Butº would anyone, short of a madhouse, believe it? |2Neither of those clean little |3cherubs cherubum3|,2| Nero or |3Nabuchodonosor Nobookishonesterº3| himself,º |5never ever5| nursed such a spoiled opinion of his monstrous marvellosity as did this mental and moral defective |2(here perhaps at |5his really lowest the vanessance of his lownest5|)2| who was known to |2(6belch grognt6) rather than2| (6brag gunnard6) |7on upon7| one occasion|3, while drinking heavily of spirits,º3| to |8an that8| interlocutor |3a latereº3| |9|s+and private privysuckatarys+|9| he used to pal around with (4|10inº the kavehazs10|, one Davy |7Dunn Browne-No Browne-Nowlan7|,º4) |7his |8heavenly heavenlaid8| twin |9|s+and private privysuckatarys+|9| |11(this hambone |apoet dogpoeta| pseudoed himself under the hangname |ahe gave himselfa| of Bethgelert)11|,º7| in |3the porchway of3| a gipsy's bar |3(Shem |aalwaysa| |aswearing blaspheming|b,º so holy writ, billy Billy,b|a| he would |atry, |boldb| Belly, anda| pay |ahim this |boneb| |5manjack5| congregant of hisa| fourpence four soups |aa month every |blast of the month lass of nexmouth, bully (4Bully Bolly4), |7so sure as thair's a tale tail on a |acommet commatºa|,7|b|a| |a|bif he had the as a taste for aºb| storik's fortytooth|7, that is to stay,7| (4ony twenny minnies moe, Bolly,4)a| toº listen |ato out(4, ony twenny minnies moe, Bully,4)a| his Ballade Imaginaire,º (4which was to be |7called |aduunreaded dubbeda|7| Wine, Woman and Waterclocks |7orº How a Guy Finks and Fawkes When He Is Going Batty7| byº Maistre Sheames de la Plume,4) son some most dreadful stuff in a murderous |11handwriting mirrorhand11|)3| that he was |3awoopfº (6(parn me!)6)3| aware of no other |3person shaggyspickº, other Shakhisbeard,º3| either |3exactly prexactly3| unlike |3his polar andthisishis3| orº |3precisely procisely3| the |3same |4shame seemsº4|3| as |3woops (6(parn!)6) as3| what he fancied or imagined guessed |4the sames as4| he was himself |7and that|a, |11greet scoot, duckings and thuggery,11| though he |bwasb| foxed fux to fux |11like a bunnyboy rodger11| with all the teashop
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|8lions lionses8| of Lumdrum
|11hivanhoesed11| up gagainst him, |11being a lapsis linquo with a ruvidubb shortartempa, bad cad dad fad sad mad nad vanhaty fearº, |athe consciquenchers of casuality prepestered crusswords in postposition, scruff, scruffer, scrufferumurraimosta|11| |bandallthatsortofthing,ºb|a| if reams stood to reason |11and his lankalivline lasted11| he would wipe |aall |bwhole alleyb|a| english |aspooker|11, mutaphoni multaphoniaksically spuking,11|a| off the face of the erse7|.

|99| After the thorough fright he got that bloodyº |8Swithun's8| day, though every doorpost in muchtried Lucalizod was smeared with generous |7erstborn7| gore and every free for all cobbleway slippery with the |8blood bloods8| of heroes |2cryingº
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to |8heaven Welkins8|
for others |3andº noahs and culvertsº agush with tears of joy3|,2| |3the our3| low waster never had the common baalamb's pluck to stir out and about |4the compound4| while everyone else of the |7city torchlit7| throng, slashers and sliced alike, |11mobbu on massa,11| |7waded waaded and baaded7| around|2, |11yampyam pampyam,11| |3chanting the Gillooly chorus |10fromº the |shMonster Book of Paltryattic Puetriesh|10|, |7|aO pura e pia bella!,ºa| in junk |aet |band etb|a| sampam |aand ora| in secular sinkalarum,7|3| heads up,2| on theirº daily bonafide avocationsº |10(the little folk creeping on all fours to their natural school treat but childishly gleeful when a stray whizzer sang out intermediately)10| (6while and6) |2happy belongers to2| the fairer sex on their usual quest for higher things|10, but vying with Lady Smythe to |shavenge MacJobbersh|,10| went stonestepping |10with10| |4|aher theira| bickerstaffsº |9|10on educated feet10|, plinkity plonk,º9|4| across the |3human bridge (+8rainbow bridge sevenspan ponteº dei colori+)8|3| set up over the slop |10after the |shwar-to-end warsh|10| by Messrs a charitable government,º for the only once |11(Diaº dose Finnados!)11| he did take a |11tompeep tompip peepestrella11| throughº a threedraw |3eighteen-hawkspowerº3| |11durdicky11| |3telescope telescoopº|11, luminous to larbourd only like the lamps in Nassaustrass,11|3| out of of his westernmost keyhole|3, spitting at the |11impenetrable impenetrablum11| |7weather wetterº7| |11(and it was porcoghastly) that outumn)11|,º3| with an eachway hope in his shivering soul|10, as he |shprayed to the cloud Incertitudesh|,10| of finding out for himself|11, on akkount of all the kules in Kroukaparka or oving to all the kodseoggs in Kalatavala,11| whether true conciliation was forging ahead or falling back |7after the celestious intemperance7| and|11, for Duvvelsache,11| why|11, with his |aseea| me see and his my see a corves and his fiskerfoskerfuskerº
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layen |alove lovesa| in meeingseeing,11| he |4got the charm of his |aopticala| life when he4| found himself |10(hic sunt lennones!)10| at pointblank range blinking down the barrel of an irregular revolver of the bulldog |2with a purpose2| patternº handled by an unknown quarreler who, supposedly, had been told off to shade and shoot shy Shem should the shit show his shiny |4nose shnout4| out awhile to look facts in |9the their9| face before being |4hosed holedº4| and creased |7(uprip and jack him!)7| by |4five or six six or a dozen4| of the gayboys.

What|7, |11para Saom Plaom,11| in the names of Deucalion and Pyrrha |aand the |bincensedb| privy and the |blicensedb| pantry gods |band Stator and Victor and Kutt and Runnb|a| |11and the whole mesa redonda of Lorencao Otulass in convocacaon11|,º7| was this (6interestingly disinterestingly6) low human type|8, this Calumnious Column of Cloaxity, this Bengalese Beacon of |aBilosity Biloxitya|, this Annamite Aper of Atroxity,8| really at|11, it will be precise to quarify,11| |8for he seems in a badbad case8|?

|99| The answer|11, to do all the diddies in one dedal,11| |8is would sound8|: |7from pulling himself on his most flavoured canal the huge chesthouse of his elders |11(the Popapreta, and some navico, navvies!)11| he had flickered up |aand flinnered downa| into7| a drug and drunkery addictº growing megalomane |7at of7| a loose |7end past7|. This explains the litany of |3letters septuncial lettertrumpets3|,º honorific, highpitched,
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erudite, neoclassical,º which he so loved as |3patricianly3| to |2place manuscribe2| after his name. It would have diverted, if ever seen,º the shuddersome spectacle of this |2semidemented2| zany |2in the amid the inspissated2| grime of his |4glaucous4| den making believe to read his |7eminently usylessly7| unreadable |2chapbook |5bluebook Blue Book of Eccles|8, édition de ténèbresº8|5| |3(even yet|8,º si sighs the Most Differentº Dr Pointdejeukº, authorised bowdler and censor,8| it can't be repeated!)3|2|,º turning over three sheets at a |9time wind9|, |3telling himself delightedly|11, no espellor mor so,11| that every splurge on the vellum he blundered over was |aa an aislinga| vision more gorgeous than the one before, |7t.i.t.s.,º7| a |7rose roseschelle7| cottage by the sea for nothing for ever, a ladies'º |atryona| hosiery |asale rafflea| at |aArnott's libertya|, a sewerful of guineagold wine |11with brancomonge padeiropieº11| |aand |4ten ounce sickcylinder4| oysters worth a billion a bite|5:,5|a| an entire operahouse |9(there was to be stamping room only in the prompter's |abox loudboxºa| and
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everthemore his queueº kept swelling)9| of |aenthusiastica| noblewomen flinging every |acoronetcrimsoneda| stitch they had |4on off4| at his |4feet probscenium4|,º one after the |4other others4|, |11inamagoaded into ajustilloosing themselves,11| |7in their gaiety pantheomime,7| when|4, egad, sir,4| |11acordant to the all acountstrick,11| he |s10sang squealeds10| the (6topnote topsquall6) |11in im11| |5After the Ball Deal Lil Shemlockup Yellin5| |a(geewhiz, jew ear that far! |bsoap ewer!b| |11loutgout of sabaous!11| juiceº like a boyd!)a| for fully five minutes|err,ºerr| infinitely better than |11Barton McGuckin, Baraton McGluckin,º11| with a |a|bgorgeous scrumptiousb|a| cocked hat and |a|43 three green|11, cheese and tangerine11| |5trinity trimmityº5|4|a| plumes on |9the right-handledº side of9| his |11amarellous11| head|7, |10a coat macfarlane |sh(the kerssest cut, you understand?)sh|,º10| a sponiard's digger at his ribs |11(Alfaiate punxit)11|,º7| |11an azulblu blowsheet for his blousebosom blossom11| and a |5dean's5| crozier |4that he won |7from Cardinal Lindundarri and Cardinal Carchingarri and Cardinal Loriotuli and Cardinal Occidentaccia (ah ho!) in the dearby darby doubled7| for falling first over the hurdles, madam,4| in the |4other odder4| hand,3| |7but a.a.t.s.o.t. Butº7| what with the murky light, the botchy print, the tattered cover, the jigjagged page, the fumbling fingers, |2the foxtrotting fleas, the lieabed lice,º2| the scum |3in his eye on his tongue3|, |3the drop in his eye, the lump in his throat,3| the drink in his pottle, the itch in his palm, |2the wail of his wind,º the grief from his nose,2| the dig in his ribs, |3the age of his arteries,3| |2the weight of hisº breath, |3the fog of his |7brainfag mindfag7|, |7the buzz in his braintree,7| the tic of his conscience,3| the height |7of up7| his rage,2| the gush |7of down7| his fundament, the fire in his gorge, |2the tickle |ain ofa| his tail,2| |10the bane in his bullugs, the squince in his suil, |athe rot in his eater, the ycho in his earer, the totters of his toes, |shthe tetters on his tumtytumsh|,a|10| the rats in his garret, |9|xthe bats in his belfry, the budgerigars and bumbosolom beaubirds,x|9| the hullabaloo and the dust in his ears|3,º since it took him a month to steal a march3| he was hardset to |7memorise mumorise7| more than a word a week.

|9|xHake'sº haulin! Hak Hook's fisk! Can you beat it? Whawe?º I say, can you bait it?x|9| Was there ever heard of such lowdown blackguardism? |2Positively it
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º one to think |aof overa| it.2| Yetº the bumpersprinkler used to boast aloud alone to himself |7with a haccent on it7| |3when |8Mynfadher was a boer constructor and8| Hoy was |7a lexical student,º parole, and7| corrected with the blackboard3|
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|7(trying to copy the stage Englesemen he broughts their house down on, shouting: Bravure, surr Chorles! |8|aLetterperfect! Letterpurfect!ºa|8| Culossallº, Loose Wallor! |8Spache!8|)7| how he had been |3put toed3| out of all the |3best schicker3| families of the |3Klondykers (+Klondykers, Klondykersº+) |x|abigabig (+bigaboss+)a| (+Affenduliums, splenthimunnium grandbig seigniors+), (+notables,+)x|3| |2fromº |9Pioupiouland Pioupioureich9|, Swabspays, the land of Nod, Shruggers' Country, |3Pension3| Danubierhome and Barbaropolis,2| who had settled |8and stratified8| in the capital city after its after its after its |7hebdomodary7| metropoliarchialisation,º |7as sunblistered, moonplastered, gory, wheedling, joviale, litcherous and full,7| ordered off the |3gorgeous3| premises in most cases on account of his smell which all theº cookmaids |7eminently7| objected to as resemblingº the |7bombinubble7| |9smell that came puzzo that welled9| out of the |9sink pozzo9|. Instead of |3tutoring chuthoring3| those |3best |4finest model4|3| |4families households4| plain wholesome |4handwriting pothooks4| (a thing he never possessed of his |4Nigerian4| own) what do you think |3he Vulgariano3| did but study with stolen fruit how cutely to copy all their various styles of signature so as one day to utter |9a colossal anº epical9| forged cheque on the public for his own private profit until, as just related, the |4Dublin (6Dullbin's Dustbin's6)4| United Scullerymaids' and Househelps'º Sorority|10, betterº known as Sluttery's Mowlted Futt,10| |2kicked turned him down and |3unitedly kicked assisted nature by unitedly |8kicking shoeing8|3|2| the source of annoyance out of the place altogether |10and taytotally10| inº the heat of the moment, |3holding one another's |4nose gonk4| |a(for no-one, hound or scrublady, |8not even the Turk, ungreekable in purscent of the armenable,8| dared whiff |4him the polecat4| at close range)a| and3| making some |4pointed |7pointing pointopointing7|4| remarks as they |4did done4| so |7at the prefectsº of the Sniffey|10, your honour,10|7| |3about aboon3| the |4low lyow4| |3way he why a3| stunk|10, mister10|.

|7[Jymes wishes to hear from wearers of abandoned female costumes, gratefully received, wadmelº jumper, rather full pair of culottes |aand onthergarmenteriesa|, to start city life together. |8His jymes is out of job, would sit and write.8| He has |alatelya| committed oneº of the |8then8| commandments but she will |8now8| assist. Superior built, domestic, regular layer. Also got the boot. He appreciates it. Copies. ABORTISEMENT.º]7|

One cannot even begin to |10post10| figure out |10a statuesquo ante as to10| how |4low slow4| in reality |3such a creature the |9excommunicated9| Drumcondriac, |7called nate7| |aSem |bSemm Hamishb|a|,º3| really was. Who can say how many unsigned first copies of original masterworks, how manyº pseudostylic
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shamiana, how few or how many of the most venerated public impostures, how very many |2piously forged2| palimpsests,º slipped in the first place |2by this morbid process2| from his (6plagiarist pelagiarist6) pen?

Be that as it may, butº for |10that phan |shlight phantasticsh| from of10| his |3nose's gnose's3| glow as it slid |10|shlucifericiouslysh|10| |2so close to the within an inch of its2| page |8(he would touch at its from time to other|11, the red eye of his fear in saddishness,11| |ato ensign the colours
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by the beerlitz in his mathnessa| and his |abankmates to cry educandees to outhuea| to themselves |ain the cries of girlgleea|: gember! inkware! |ajohnchamber! chonchambre!ºa| cinsero! zinnzabar! tincture and gin!)8| |2he Nibs2| never would have |3penned a word to paper quilled a seriph to sheepskin3|. By that rosy |3lamp's lampoon's3| effluvious burning |4and with help of the simulchronic flashº in his pann4| |11(a ghinee a ghirk he ghets there!)11| he |10scribbled scrabbled10| and scratched |10and scriobbled and skrevened10| nameless shamelessness about everybody ever he met, even |3sheltering for an hour or so from a spring sharing aº3| |8shower precipitation8| under the |s11dogs' idlish tarriers's11| umbrella of a |8public showerproof8| wall, while all over andº up and down |3both the four3| margins of this rancid Shem stuff the evilsmeller |3(who was devoted to |11Uldfadar11| Sunread Sardanapalus)3| used to |3draw stipple3| endlessly inartistic portraits of himself |7in the act of reciting |aold Nichiabelli's monolook interyereara| Hannoº o Nonanno,º acce'l brubblemm'!7| as|7,º |8sir Author ser Autore8|, q.e.d.,º7| a |3strikingly heartbreakingly3| handsome young |8man paolo8| with love lyrics |3for the |agoils goylsa|3| in his |3eyes eyols3|, a |3tiptop plaintiff's3| |7tenor tanner7| |3voice |9voarse vuice9|3|, a |5ducal income jucal inkome5| of one hundred and thirtytwo |4pounds a dranchmas per4| |3year yard3| derivedº from |3landed |7Broken Hill7| stranded3| estate, |7Oxford Camebreech7| |5manners mannings5|, |2cutting a great dash in2| a brandnew two-guineaº dress suit |3and a burled |7shirt hogsford7|3| |2hired2| for |2an evening a |3Sunday evening party Furskayº evenin merry pawty3|2|, |3and a anna3| |4lovely loavely4| long pair of inky Italian |3moustaches glittering moostarshes glistering3| with boric vaseline and frangipani. |3|7Pah! Puh!7|3| How unwhisperably |4low so4|!

The house |5of Shem or Shame O'Shea or O'Shame5|, |7|aQuivapiano Quivapienoa|,º7| known as the |3haunted inkbottle Haunted Inkbottle, |a|b1 (6one no number6)b|a| Brimstone Walk, Asia in Ireland,3| as it was infested with the raps, |4with his penname SHUT |5sepiasoaped sepiascraped5| on the doorplate and a blind of black sailcloth over its wan phwinshogue,º4| in which |11he the soulcontracted son of the secret cell11| groped through life at the expense of the taxpayers, |3injected dejected3| into day and night |3with jesuistº bark and bitter bite,º3| |9|+calicohydrants
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of zolfor and scoppialamina+|9| by |2|3practically full and3|2| forty |3quacks |aquisisanas |7quisisanos queasisanosº7|a|3|, |3day by day every day in everyone's way3| more exceeding in violent abuse of self and others, was the worst, it is |3believed hoped3|, even in our western world playboyish world for pure |3mousefarm3| filth. |10|shYou brag of your ba brass castle or your tyled house in ballyfermont?sh| Niggs, niggsº and niggs again!º For this was a stinksome inkenstink, quite puzzonal to the wrotterº.10| |5|xSmatterafact,x| |aAngels Anglesa| oftanonº browsing there thought not Edam reeked more rare. |athe unread Myº wud!a|5| The warped flooring of the lair |3and soundconducting walls thereof|9, to say nothing of the uprights and imposts,9|3| |+5was were+|5| persianly literatured with burst loveletters, telltale stories, stickyback snaps, doubtful eggshells, |7bouchers, flints, borers, puffers, amygdaloid almonds, rindless raisins,º alphybettyformed verbage, vivlical viasses, ompiter dictas, visus umbique, ahems and ahahs, ineffibleº tries at speech unasyllabled,7| you owe mes, |7eyeol eyoldhyms,7| fluefoul smut, fallen lucifers, vestas which had served, showered ornaments, borrowed brogues, reversibleº jackets, blackeye lenses, |3family jars,3| falsehair shirts, Godforsaken scapulars,
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neverworn breeches, |3cutthrough cutthroat3| ties, counterfeit |3francs franks3|, best intentions, |2curried notes, upset |3latten3| tintacks, unused mill and stumblingº stones,2| twisted quills, |3painful digests,3| |2magnifying wineglasses, solid objects cast at |4phantoms goblins4|,2| once current puns, |3new quashed3| quotatoes, messes of mottage, unquestionable issue papers, seedy ejaculations, limerick damns, crocodile tears, blasphemat spilt ink, blasphematory spits, stale chestnuts, schoolgirls',º young ladies',º milkmaids', washerwomen's, shopkeepers' wives',º merry widows', |3three ex3| nuns', |3one abbess's vice abbesses'º3|, |3prudent pro3| virgins', |3impudent super3| whores', silent sisters', Charleys' aunts', grandmothers', mothers-in-laws'º, fostermothers', godmothers' garters, |2tress clippings from right |7and left,º |8left lift8| and cintrum7|,2| worms of snot, |2toothsome pickings,2| cans of |2Swiss2| condensed bilk, highbrow lotions, kisses from the antipodes, |2presents from pickpockets, borrowed plumes,2| relaxable handgrips, princess promises, lees of |7wine whine7|, deoxodised carbons, broken wafers, unloosed shoe latchets, |3convertible collars,º |11diviliouker doffers,º11|3| crooked strait waistcoats, fresh |3views of hell horrors from Hades3|, globules of mercury, undeleted glete, |3glass eyes for an eye, |8false gloss8| teeth for a tooth,3|
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war moans, special sighs, longsufferings of longstanding, ahs ohs ouisº sis jas jos gias neys thaws sos,º yeses and yeses and yeses, to which,º if one has the stomach to add the breakages, upheavals,º distortions, inversions,º of all this chambermade music,º one stands|3, given a grain of goodwill,3| a fair chance of actually seeing the whirling dervish|10, |shTumult, son of Thundersh|,10| |3(+of this fool's paradox+)º3| |3exiled selfexiledº3| in upon his ego,º |7a nightlong a shaking betwixtween whiter white or reddr hawrors,7| noondayterrorised |2to skin and bone2| by an ineluctable |3shadow phantom |7(may the Shaper have |amisery |bmercery merseryºb|a| on him!)7|,º3| writing the |4history mystery4| of himselfº in furniture.

Of course our low hero was a selfvaleterº by choice of need so up he got |3up3| whatever is meant by a |11Stourbridgeº clay11| kitchenette and |11lithargogalenu11| fowlhouse for the sake of |10eggs akes |a(the umpple does not fall very far from the dumpertree)a|10| |3which |ahe the |11moromelodious11| |5jokesmith jigsmith5||9, |10in defiance of the Uncontrollable Birth |aPreservitevation Preservativationa| (Game and Poultry) Act,10| playing |11lallaryrook11| cookerynook,º9|a| |10by the |shdodginesssh| of his lentern,10| brooled and cocked and potched in an athanor|10, whites and yolks and yilks and whotes to the frulling fredonnance of Mas blanca que la blanca hermana and Amarilla, muy bien,10| with cinnamon and locusts and |4wild4| beeswax and liquorice and (6Carageen Carrageen6) moss and blaster of Barry's |11and |aAsthar's Asther'sa| mess and Huster's micture11| and Yellownan's embrocation |11and Pinkingtone's patty11| and stardust and sinner's tears, |11acuredent to Sharadan's Art of Panning,11| |achanting|11, for all regale to the |alight likea| of the legs he left behind with Litty fun Letty fan Leven,11| his cantraps |7of fermented words7|,a| abracadabra calubra culorumº |a(hisº oewfs à la Madame Gabrielle de l'Eglise, his |10oewfs avgs10| à la Mistress B. de B. Meinfeldesº, |7his |10oewfs |auoves eiersa|10| Usquadmala à la pomme de ciel,7| his |10oewfs uoves, oves and uves10| à la Sulphate de
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Soude, his |10oewfs ochiuri10| sowtay à la Monsei sowmonayº à la Monseigneur, his soufflosion |10of oogs with somekat on toyast10| à la Mère Puard, |11his Poggadovies alla Fenella,11| his Frideggs à la Tricarême)a|,º3| in what was meant for a closet.º |8(Ah ho! If only he had listened better to the four masters that infanted him,º Father Mathew and Le Père Noble and |aParson Pastora| Lucas and Padre Aguilar — not forgetting Layteacher Baudwin! Ah ho!)8| His |3costive Satan's3| |11antimonian manganese limolitmious11|
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nature never needed such an alcove so,º when Robber and Mumsell, the |4paper pulpic4| dictators,º |4on the nudgment of their legal advisers, Messrs Codex and Podex,º and under his own benefiction of their pastor Father Flammeus Falconer,º4| boycotted him of all muttonsuet candles and |4romeruled4| stationery for any purpose,º he |4went winged4| away |4on a |8wildfool's wildgoup's8| chase across the kathartic ocean4| and made synthetic ink and |4unruled pages sensitive paper4| for his own |4use end4| out of his wits'º |4end waste4|.

|99| Youº ask|3, in Sam Hill,3| how?º

|99| Letº manner and matter of |4it this4| for these our sporting times be cloaked up in the language of blushfed |7cardinals |errporpurates porporatesº14|7| lest that an Anglican ordinal, not reading his own rude |7tongue dunsky tunga7|, may ever behold the brand of scarlet on the brow of her of Babylon and feel not the pink one in his own damned cheek.

Primum opifex, altus prosator, ad terram viviparam et cunctipotentem |4nec sine4| ullo |4pudori pudore4| nec |4venia venia, suscepto pluviali atque4| |2discinctis |4perizomatis et perizomatis,4|2| natibus nudis uti |2nudi nati2| fuissent,º sese adpropinquans,º flens et gemens,º in manum suam evacuavit (highly prosy, |2shit crap2| in his hand, sorry!º), postea|2, |3animale nigro3| exoneratus, classicum pulsans,º2| stercus proprium, quod appellavit deiectiones (6meas, suas,6) in |4vasum vas4| olim honorabile tristitiae posuit, eodem |4sub invocatione fratrorum geminorum Medardi et Godardi4| lenteº ac melliflue minxit,º psalmum qui incipit: Lingua mea calamus scribae velociter scribentis: magna voce cantitans (did a piss, says he was dejected, asks to be exonerated), demum ex stercore turpi cum divi Orionis iucunditate mixto, cocto, frigorique exposito, encaustum sibi fecit |7indelibilem indelibile7| (|2made faked2| O'Ryan's, the indelible ink).

|8With Then, pious Eneas, conformant to the fulminant firman which enjoins on the tremuloseº terrian that|a, when the call comes,a| he shall produce |anichthemericallya| from his unheavenly body a no uncertain quantity of obscene matter not protected by copriright in the United Stars of |s10Urania Ouranias10| or |abedeed anda| bedood and |abedang anda| bedung to him, with8| this double dye|4, |9|+brought to blood heat,+|9| gallic acid on iron ore,4| |3through the bowels of his misery,3| |7minutely flashly, faithly7|, |2nastily,2| appropriately, |7this Esuanº Menschavik and7| |3he the first |7and till7| last |ashemist alshemista|3| wrote over every square inch of the only foolscap available, his own body, till |3by its corrosive sublimation3| one
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|4human continuous present tense4| integument slowly unfolded |4universal all |7manyvoiced many marryvoising7| moodmoulded cyclewheeling4| history |2(thereby, he said, reflecting from his own individual
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person all life unlivable, transaccidentated |ain througha| the slow fires of consciousness into a dividual chaos, perilous, potent, common to all fleshº, human only, mortal)2| but with each word that would not pass away the |3self squidself3| which he had |3hidden squirtscreened3| from the |3crystalline3| world |4grew darker and darker waned chagreenold and doriangrayer4| in its |5outlook (6dulledhud dudhud6)5|. |11This exists that isistsº after having been said we know. And dabal take dabnal! And the dal dabal dab aldanabal!11| So perhaps|11, agglaggagglomeratively asaspeakingº,11| after all |s11and arklast fore arklysts11| on his last public misappearance|3, |aonº the (6deathday deathfeDteº6) of Saint Ignaceous (6Poisonivy |7of the Fickle Crowd7| (hopon the sexth day of Hogsober, killim our king, layum low!)6),ºa| circling the squareº |aand brandishing his |bbellbearingb| |4pen stylo4|, the shining keyman of the |4door of blank wilds of change4|a|,3| |s11if what is sauce for the zassy is souse for the zazimas,ºs11| the blond cop who thought it was ink was out of his depth but |3right bright3| in the main.

|99| Petty constable |7Sigurdsen Sistersen |aof the Kruis-Kroon-Kraala|7| it was, |9|s+in the parochial watch,s+|9| |11big the dog the dig the bog the bagger the dugger the begadag degabug,11| who had been detailed |s11from pollute stotiess11| to save him|11, this the quemquem, that the quum,11| from the |11ligatureliablous11| effects of |7lynch law foul clay |9|s+in little clotss+|9|7| and mobmauling |3on looks3|, that |5greeted wrongcounteredº5| the tenderfoot |7|aan evelinga| near |s11the livingsmeansuniumgetherum,s11| Knockmaree, Comty Mea,7| |9|s+reeling more to the right than he lurched to the left,s+|9| |3on his way from a |5prostitute protoprostitute5|3| |7(he would always have |9|s+a (stp!)s+|9| little pigeoness somewhure with |s+9an hiss+|9| arch girl|9|s+, Arcoiris|s11, smockname of Mergyts11|s+|9|)7| just as he was butting in |3|7round rand7| the |8corner coyner8| of bad times3| (6with a under a6) hideful |10between |shthe rival doors of warm bethels of worshipsh|10| through his (6boardelhouse6) |3door fongster3|, |5saying greetingº5| |s11for grazious orass11| as usual: Where ladies have they that a dog meansort herring?º |s11Search Sergo, searchs11| me, the incapable |2said reparteed2| |10|shwith a |aselfevitanta| subtlety so obviously spurioussh|10| and|5, raising his hair |7afterº the grace7|,5| |9with the christmas under his clutcharm |s11forº Portsymasser and |saPurtsymissus Purtsymessussa| and Pertsymiss and Partsymasterss11|,9| |10like a prance
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of |shfindingossh|,10| |s11with a shillto shallto slipny stripny,ºs11| in he skittled. |s11Swikey!s11| The |2allwhite2| |3peace officer poors |4guardian guardiant|s11, pulpably of balltossic stummung,s11|4|3| was literally |7astounded astundished7| |3over the |7painful7| sake|11, how he burstteself, which he was gone to, where he intent to did he, whether you think will,º11|3| |8for wherend the whole current of the afternoon8| |11whats the sonchº of a surch hads of hits of hims urged,º11| |2and |astaggered |b|3too thereto3|b| ina| his |3imagination |7imaginations countryports7|3|2| at the |s11caledosians11| capacity |s11for Liturs Lieutuviskys11| of |10his the |shcaftan'ssh|10| wineskin and even more soº |3when informed by that human outcome of dirt and drink during, uponº looking his |4bigmost4| astonishments,º it was said him|s11, aschu,s11| fun the concerned humanº outgift of |7dirt med drink the dead med dirt,º7|3| |3that he was merely bringing home two gallons of porter to his mother how |7that |athat, arrah by all the goaks in Cunomeyera, that|9|s+, arrahbejibbers,ºs+|9|a|7| |10conspuent to the dominical order, and exking noblish permish,10| he was namely coon at bringherº at home two (6gallons gallonts6)|7, as per royal,º7| full poultry till his murder3|. |9Nip up |~& and~| nab it!9|
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|99| |3Polthergeistkotzdondherhoploits!3| |s11Kick?s11| What mother? Whose porter? |7Which pair?7| Why |3merely namely coon at3|? But |11our undilligence has been plutherotested so11| enough of such porterblack lownessº, too base for printink! |11Perpending that Putterick O'Purcell pulls the coald stoane out of Winterwater's and Silder Seasº sing for Harreng our Keng,º sept |aoct okta| nov dez |aham futs John Phibbsa| march!11| We cannot|7, inº mercy or justice |s11nor on the lovom for labaryntoss11|,º7| stay here for the |3rest residence3| of (+2the day our |9lives existingsº9|+)2| discussing |s11Mr |aTamster Tamstara|s11| Ham of Tenman's thirst.

|7|8JUSTUS JUSTIUS8| (to himother): Brawn is my name and broad is my nature and I've breit on my brow and all's right with every feature and I'll |awing brunea| this bird or Brown Bess's bung's gone bandy. |9|xI'm the boy to |~unread bruise~| and braise. |~Bas! Baus!~|x|9|7|

|99| Stand forth,º |7|aPersonne Naymanºa| of Noland,º7| come boldly in your true coloursº (for I no longer will I |3employ follow you |7obliquelike7| through3| the inspired form of the third person singular |7and the moods and hesitensies of the deponent7| but address myself to you|8, with the |s11imperative empiratives11| of my |s11vindicative vendettatives11|,8| |7pro vocativeº and out7| direct), stand forth,º jolly me, move me|8, zwilling though I am,8| to laughterº ere you be putº back for ever till I give you your talkingto! Shem Macadamson, you know me and I know you and all your shemeries!º Where have you been |3all this quite a while, my tooraladdy? How have you been |8this hell of a time, my tooraladdy? How have you been in the uterim,8|3| enjoyingº yourself
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all the morning
since your last |3bad wetbed3| confession? |4|9I thought so! |xI advise you to conceal yourself, my little friend, as I |ahavea| said a moment ago,º |~& and~| put your hands in my hands and have a |~nights long homily nightslong homely~| little confiteor |aover all that over it allºa|.x|9|4|

|9⇒ Let us pry. We thought,º would |~& and~| did. |aCur, quicquid, ubi, quando, quomodo, quoties, quibus auxiliis?ºa|9| |3Let me see. |aIt is looking pretty black against you, |7we suggest,7| |4sonny Sheem avick4|.a|3| |9There is not enough elem You will need all the elementº in the river to clean you after thisº |a|~& and~| a fortefineº |bpriestpower popespriestpowerb| bull of attender to bootha|!º9|

|99| Youº were bred, fed, fostered and fattened from holy childhood up in this two-easterº island on the piejaw of hilarious heaven and roaring the other place |8(plunders to rightº of you, blunders what's left of you, flash as flash can!)8| and now, forsooth, a nogger among the blankards of this dastard century, you have become |4a raw doubter in of twosome twiminds forenenst4| godsº |4known and unknown hidden and discovered4|, nay, condemned fool, anarch, egoarch, |10heresiarch |shhieresiarchº sh|10|, you have reared your disunited kingdom on the vacuum of your own |4far more than dubious most intensely doubtful4| soul. |3Do you hold yourself then for some god in the manger|5, Shehohem,5| that you will neither serve norº let serve, pray nor let pray?3| |9And here, |10pie pay10| the piety, must I |atooa| nerve myself to pray for the loss of selfrespectº to equip me for the horrible necessity of scandalisingº , (my dear sisters, are you ready?) by sloughing off my hope |~& and~| tremors while we all swimº together in the pool of Sodom? |aI shall shiver for my purity while they will |~weeply weepbig~| for your sins.a| Away with covered words. |aOld Newº Solemonnitiesº for old |~bathsheebabs Badsheetbaths~|!a| |~That inharmonious detail, did you name it?~| Cold caldor! Ice!º
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Victory!9| |10While Now,º |shopprobro of underslung pipes, johnjacobs,sh| while10| yet an adolescent (what do I say?), while still puerile in your tubsuit with buttonlegs,º you got a handsome present of |3a selfraising3| syringe and twin feeders (you know, |9my friend Monsieur Abgottº9|, |9in your art of arts,9| to |9your myº9| cost as well as I do, and don't try to hide it,º the |4mechanism penal |7laws lots7|4| I am now poking at) and the wheeze |4kind sortº4| of was you should |3(if you were as |agood |bfine bouldb|a| a |aman strokea| now as the curate that christened you,º |asonny |bkick-the-candle (6dout-the-candle douth-the-candle6)!b|a|)3| repopulate the land of your birth and count up your progeny by the |7hundred hungered7| head and the |7hundred angered7| thousand but you thwarted
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the |4pious wish wious pish4| of your |4godmother cogodparents, soph,4| |s+9on amongs+|9| countless occasions of failing |9|x(for, said you, I will |~elencate elenchate~|)ºx|9| |9and have added, adding to the malice of your transgressingº, yes, and changing its nature (you see I have read your theology |~unread for you~|),º |~by unreadcating alternating~|9| the morosity of |9your my9| delectations |3º a philtred love, |4blank blank blank trysting by tantrums, small peace in ppenmarkº4|3| |7to Lubbock's |9to |~among with~|9| |9your myº9| lubbock's7| other |8fear8| pleasures of |8a butler's8| life, |8sensibility, sponsability, passibility and |13probability prostability13|,º8| even |3inflicting extruding3| your |3strabismal3| apologia, when legibly depressed, upon defenceless paper and thereby adding to the already unhappiness of this our popeyed world, scribblative! — all that too with cantreds of |4overplussing females countless catchaleens4|, the |8many mannish8| as many as the |8chosen minneful8|,º |9accomplished women, |aindeed |~freshly fully~| educanded,a| far from being old |a|band not deterred eitherº by bad weatherºb| |~when~| consumed by an an amorous passionºa| and richº behind |~their~| dream of arrivismeº if they have only their honour |~left~|,º9| congested around and about you for acres and roods and poles or perches, |9thick as the fluctuant sands of Chalwador,9| |7struggling to possess themselves of your boosh, one son of Sorge for all daughters of Anguish,7| |9|xsolus cum sola sive |~cuncti coram omnibus, cuncties cum omnibobs~| (I'd have been the best man for you, myself),ºx|9| mutely |8braying aying for that natural knot,8| |9debituary vases or vessels preposterous,9| for what would not have cost you ten |7cents bolivars7| of collarwork or the price of one |7ping7| pang!, just a lilt, let us |4say |7sing trillt7|4|, of the oldest song in the |7wide wide world wooed woodworldº7| |4(two-we! to-one!),4| accompanied by a plain gold band! |8Hail! Hail! |11Highbosomheaving Missmisstress Morna of the allsweetheartening bridemuredemeanour!11| Her eye's so gladsome we'll all take shares in the |11bridegroom groomº11|!8|

Sniffer of carrion, premature gravedigger, |3resurrecter of lazars,º3| seeker of the nest of evil in the bosom of a good word, you|3, who sleep at our vigil and fast for our feast, you with your dislocated reasonº3| have cutely foretold|4, a |ajaphet jopheta| in your own absence,4| by blind poring upon your many |3sores and scalds and burns, blisters and moles and chilblains scalds and burns and blisters, impetiginous soresº and pustules3|, |3by the auspiceº of that raven cloud, your shade, and by the auguryº of rooks in |aparliament parlamenta|,º3| death with every disaster, the dynamitisation of colleagues, the reducing of records to ashes, the levelling of all customs by |2fire blazes2|, the return of a lot
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of sweettemperedº gunpowdered |7dust unto dust didst unto dudst7|,º but it never |4struck stphruck4| your mudhead's
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obtundity |8(O hell, here comes |amy oura| funeral! O pest, I'll miss the post!)8| that the more carrots you chop, the more turnips you slit, the more murphies you peel, the more onions you |9weep cry9| over, the more |5beef bullbeef5| you butch, the more mutton you crackerhack, the more potherbs you pound, the |3hotter fiercer3| the fire and the longer your spoon and the harder you gruel |4it more and more with more grease to your elbowº4| the merrier |8smokes fumes8| your new Irish stew.

|9|+O,º by the way, yes!+|9| Anotherº thing |5occurs recursº5| to me. You,º let me tell you |9|+withº the utmost politeness+|9|, were very ordinarily designed|5, your birthwrong was,5| to |9fall in with Plan|10, as |shour nationals should, as all nationists mustsh|,10| and9| do a certain office (what,º I will not tell you) in a certain |4holy4| office (nor will I say where) during certain |4agonising4| office hours |9|+(a clerical party all to yourself)+|9| from such a year to such an hour on such and such a date at so and so much a week |4per annum pro anno4| |9(Guinness'sº, may I remind, were just agulp for you,º |afailing in which you might have taken the scales off boilers likeº |~the any~| boskop ofº Yoreka|)9| and do your little |4threepenny thruppennyº4| bit |10|shand |aso thusa| earn from the nation true thankssh|,10| right here |7in our place of burden|9, your bourne of travail and ville of tares,º9|7| where |8after a divine's prodigence8| you drew the first |2breath |8gasp watergasp8|2| in your |4life |8lifesentence |alifearrest lifetermºa|8|4|, |8from the crib where you once was bit to the crypt you'll be twice as shy of,8| same as we, long of us, |10alone with the colt in the curner,10| |9|~though where~| you were as popular as an |~Armenian armenial~| with the faithful,º9| |~9where and~|9| you set fire to my tailcoat |~9and I'll when I~|9| heldº the paraffin |7lamp smoker7| under yours (I hope that |~9at least is chimney's~|9| clear) but, slackly shirking both your bullet and your billet, you beat it |4backwardsº4| like |4billy O |8the baker Boulanger8| from Galway |5(but he combed the grass against his stride)5|4| to sing us a song of alibi |11(the cuthone call over the greybounding slowrolling amplyheaving metamorphoseous that oozy rocks paragargleº their preposters with)11|,º nomad, |9homebreaker, |xhairytyke,ºx|9| mooner by lamplight, antinos, |3attempting shemming3| amid everyone's |3suppressed repressed3| laughter to conceal your |8coprophily scatchophily8| by |4using mating4||3, like a |athoroughgoing thoroughpastea| prosodite,3| |4masculine4| |3syllables monosyllables3| of the same |3sound |4mass numerical mus4|3|, an Irish emigrant the wrong way out,º sitting on your crooked
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sixpenny stile, an unfrillfrocked quackfriar, you (will you for the |7love of Shakespeare |8love of Shakespoor |9love of Shikespoor laugh of Scheekspair9|8|7| just help |9me mine9| with the epithet?) semisemitic serendipitist, you (thanks, I think that describes you) Europasianised Afferyank!

|7Shall we follow each |8other others8| a step longer steplonger|11, drowner of daggers,11| |a|bwhilesb| our liege|11, tilyet a stranger in the frontyard of his happiness,11| is taking |11(healº helper! one gob, one gap, one gulp and gorger of all!)11| his refreshmenta|?7|

There grew up beside you,º |8amid our orisons of the speediest,º8| |7in Novena Lodge, Novara Avenue,7| |8in |9Etwaspriduum-am-Bummel Patripodium-am-Bummel,9|8| oaf, outofwork, one remove from an unwashed savage, on his keeping and in yours |11(I pose you know why possum hides is cause he haint the nogumtreeumption)11|,º that
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other, |7Immaculatus,7| |9from head to foot, sir,9| that pure one, |11Altrues of other times,11| he who was well known to (6heavenly celestine6) circles before he sped aloft, |9our handsome young spiritual physician that was to be, seducing |aevery eachºa| sense to selfwilling |acelibacy celebestya|, |athe most winning counterfeuille on our incomeshare lotetree,a|9| a chum of the |9angels angelets9|, a youth |9they those reporters9| so |7particularly |s11tickerly pettitilys11|7| wanted as gamefellow that they asked his mother for |s11little ittleºs11| |7clay brother earpº brupper7| to let him |3come to kindergarten, please, and bring tome to Tindertarten, pease, and bing3| his scooter |5too 'long5| and 'tend they were all real brothers in the big justright home where |8Dod Dodd8| lives, |9|s+just to |s11coax teddyfys11| the life out of him and pat and pass him one with other like musk from hand to hand,s+|9| that mothersmothered model, that goodlooker with not a flaw whose spiritual toilettes were the talk of half the town,º |9|xfor |asunset |~sunsetted sunset~|a| wear and |anightfall nightfallena| use and |adaybreak daybrokena| donning and nooncheon stroke and showing and |ateatime the very thing |~to tease at teatime for teasetime,~|a|x|9| |~9and but~|9| him you laid low with one hand one fine May |7morning |9morning9| |8in the Meddle8| of your Might7||4, your bosom foe|9, because he mussed your speller on you or because he cut a pretty figure in the focus of your frontispecs9| |7(not one did you slay, no, but a continent!)7|,º4| to find out how his innards worked!

|99| |7Ever read of that |afather greatgrand landfathera| of our visionbuilders,º |aBaaboo, the bourgeoismeister,a| who |apresumed thoughta| to touch both himmels at the punt of his |arisena| stiffstaff and how wishywashy |asunk sanka|
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the waters |13of13| his thought?7| |9|aor the heretic Ever thought of |~the that~| hereticalista| Marcon and the two scissymaidies |~or and~| how bulkily he shat the Ructions gunorrhal?º9| Ever hear of that |7monkey foxy, that lupo and that monkax7| and the virgin heir of the Morrisons, eh, blethering ape?

Malingerer in luxury, |9|+collector general,+|9| what |7have you has Your Lowness7| done |7in the mealtime7| with all the (6babyprams hamilkcars6) of cooked vegetables, the hatfuls of stewed fruit, the suitcases of coddled |4eggs ales4|, |4the Parishº funds, me schamer, man,4| that you |4cozened kittycoaxed4| so flexibly out of charitable butteries by |3howling yowling3| heavy with a hollow voice drop of your horrible awful poverty of mind |9|xso as you couldn't even pledge a crown of Thorne's to pawn a coat off Trevi'sx|9| and as how you was bad no end,º so you was, so |3help whelp3| you |7Sinner Pitre and Sinner Poule7|, with the chicken's gape and pas mal de siècleº which, by the by, |7Reynaldo,7| is the ordinary emetic French for grenadier's drip. |3To let you have your plank and your bonewash (O,º the (6sufferings of you hastroubles you lost6)!), to give you your pound of platinum and a thousand |5acres thongs5| a year (O, you were excruciated|4, in honour bound to the cross of your |5own5| |13fiction cruelfiction13|4|!),º to let you have your |aSaunread Sardaya| spree and |aSundae holinighta| sleep |9(fame wouldº come to you twixt a sleep |~& and~| a wake)9| andº leave to lie till Paraskiveeº |7and the cockcock crows for Danmarkº7| (O,º |4Jonathan,4| your estomach!).º3| |3|9Weep The simian has no sentiment secretions but weep9| |4waterfalls cataracts4| for all me|a, Pain the Shammana|! Oft in the |4smelly4| night |athey will will theya| wallow for |4a clutch of4| the (6vanished famished6) hand, I say,
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|athe thema| bearded jezebellesº you hired to rob you, while on your sodden straw you impolitely you encored |a(|4Airish! Airish! Airish and |anawboggle aleesh nawboggaleesha|!4|)a| |ahornmade yon those |4sacred hornmade ivory4|a| dreams |4you |5raved reved5|4| of |9|xthe Ruth you called your companionate, a beauty from the bible,ºx|9| the flushpots of Euston and the |adangling hanginga| garments of Marylebone. |aBut the dormer |4moon she moonshee4| |bsmiled |csailed smiledc|b| selene and the |4skysigns lightthrowers4| knickered:º who's whinging we?a|3| |9Comport yourself, you inconsistency!9| Where are the little apples we lock up in the little saltbox?º Where is that little alimony nestegg against our predictable rainy day? Is it not the fact (gainsay me, cakeeater!) that|11, while whistlewhirling your crazy elegies around Templetombmount joyntstone |a(let him pass|a, pleasegoodjesusalem,a| in a bundle of straw, |a|bpleasegoodjesusalem,b|a| he was balbettised after haymaking)a|,º11|
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you squandered among underlings the overload of |2your2| extravagance and made a (6multitude of Hottentots hottentot of dulpeners6) crawsick with your crumbs? Am I not right? |7Yes? Yes? Yes?7| |9Holy wax and holifierº!9| Don't tell me|7, Leon of the fold, that7| you are not a loanshark!º Look up, old |7son |9jap sooty9|7|, be advised by |9me mux9| and take your medicine!º |9The Goodº Doctor mulled it. |~And does marvels for those gripings of yours.~| Mix it twice |ain the mealtimes |bat your mealtimes before |~repasture repastures~|b|a| |~& and~| powder threeº times a day. |~It's It does marvels for your gripingsº and it's~| fine for the solitary worm.9|

|99| |8Let me finish!8| |3Just a little |7judas7| tonic|a, my |7gem ghem7| of all jokes,a| to make you go green in the |7face gazer7|.3| |7Do you hear what I'm seeing|a, hammeta|?7| And remember that golden silence gives consent, Mr Anklegazer! |7Cease to be civil, learn to say nay!7| Whisht! Come here till I tell you a |4thing wig4| in your ear. |9Iggri, I say, the |abooseliers booseleersa|!º9| Look!º Do you see your |3face dial3| in the |3glass. rockingglass, |4Mister Herr4| Studiosus?º3| Look well!º Bend down a |5second stigmy5| till I!º |3It's secret!º3| |9|x|~It's We'll do~| a whisper drive|~., for~|x| |~If if~| the barishnyas |~knew got a twitter of it~| they'd tell the housetops |~& and then~| all |xBunread Cadburyx| wouldº go crackers.º9| |7I |aheard hada| it from Lamppost Shawe. And he had it from the Mullah.7| |8|aAnd Mull |bhad tookb| it from a Bluecoat schooler. And Gay Socks jot it from |bPotaufeu's Potaupheu'sºb| wife. And |bshe Rantipollb| tipped the wink from old Mrs Tinbullet. And |bas for her,ºb| she was confussed by |bBrother pro-Brotherb| Thacolicus. And the good brothers brother feels he would need to defecate you.º And the Flimsy Follettes are simply beside each other. And Kelly, Kenny and Keogh are up up and in arms. That a cross may crush me if I refuse to believe in it. That I may rock anchor through the ages if I hope it's not true.a| That the host may choke me if I |aspeak beneighbour youa| without my charity!8| In your ear.º Sh! Shem, you are. Sh! You are mad!

|7He points the deathbone and the quick are still.7| |9|+Insomnia,º somnia somniorum. Awmawm.+|9|

|7|9MUSTEUS MERCIUS9| (of hisself): |8Domine,º vopiscus!8| My fault, his fault, a kingship through a fault!7| Pariah,º cannibal Cain, |7you I7| who oathily forswore the womb that bore you and the paps |7you I7| sometimes sometimeº sucked, you who ever since have been one black mass of jigs and jimjams, haunted by the a convulsionary sense
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of not having been or being all that |7you I7| might have been orº |7you7| meant to |4be becoming4|,
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|3bewailing like a man that innocence which |7you I7| could not defend like a woman3|, lo,º it is to youº then,º |11Cathmon-Carbery,11| and thank |4God Movies4| from the innermost depths of |7your my7| |4incontrite still attrite4| heart |11whereinº the days of youyouth are evermixed mimine, now ere the compline hour of being alone athands itself and a puff or so before we yield our spiritus to the wind,11| for |9|+(though that royal one has not yet drunk a gouttelette from his consummation and the flowerpot on the pole, the spaniel pack and their quarry, theº retainers and the public house proprietor have not budged a millimetre and all that has been done has yet to be done and done again, when's day's woe, and lo, you're doomed, joyday dawns and, la, you dominate)+|9| it is to you, firstborn and firstfruit of woe, to |7you me7|, branded sheep, to you,º pick of the wastepaperbasketº, |11by the tremours of Thundery, and Ulerin's dogstar,11| toº you alone, windblasted tree of the knowledge of beautiful and evil,º ay, |11clothed upon with the metuor and shimmering like the horescens,º astroglodynamonologos, the child of Nilfit's father, blzb,11| to |7you me7|,º unseen blusher in an obscene coalhole, |11the cubilibum of your secret sigh, dweller in the downandoutermost where voice only of the dead may come,11| |8because ye left from me, because ye laughed on me, because, O me lonly son, ye are forgetting me!º8| that |7your our7| turfbrown mummy is acoming, |8alpilla, beltilla, ciltilla, deltilla,8| running with her tidings, |+9all old+|9| the news of the great big world, |7sonnies had a scrap, O! O! O! ohohoh woewoewoe!º bab's baby walks at seven monthsº, waywayway!º bride leaves her raid at Punchestime, stud |astonedead stoneda| in before a racecourseful,º |atwo belles that make the one appeal, dry yanks will visit old sod,a| and |atwotiered fourtiereda| skirts are up |8madame, mesdames8|, |9|+while |aParis |bParimiknee Parimiknieb|a| wears popular short legs,º+|9| and |ahow twelve howsa| to mix a tipsy wake,º did ye hear|a, colt Cooneya|? did ye ever|a, filly Fortescuea|?º7| with a beck, with a spring, all her rillringlets shaking, |7rocks drops in her tachie, |+9tramtickets tramtokens+|9| in her hair, all waived to a point and then all inuendation,7| little oldfashioned mummy, little wonderful mummy, ducking under bridges, bellhopping the weirs, dodging |2round by2| a bit of bog, rapidshooting round the bends, by Tallaght's green hills and the poolº of the phooka and a place they call it Blessington and
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slipping sly by Sallynoggin, as happy as the day is wet, babbling, bubbling, chattering to herself, deloothering the fields on their elbows |3leaning3| with the sloothering slide of her, giddygaddyº grannyma, gossipaceous Anna Livia!º

|7He lifts the lifewand and the dumb speak.7| |9|+

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