Part: II


Episode 11: Sirens



1
1Bronze by gold heard the hoofirons, steelyringing.
2
2Imperthnthn thnthnthn.
3
3Chips, picking chips off rocky thumbnail, chips.
4
4 ⸢(B)[You horrid!]You horrid! Horrid! Horrid! (B)⸣ [You horrid!]You horrid! Horrid! Horrid! And gold flushed more.
5
5A husky fifenote blew.
6
6Blew. Blue ⸢B[Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom B⸣ [Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom is on the.
7
7 Goldpinnacled hair.
8
8A jumping rose on satiny breast of satin, rose of Castile.
9
9Trilling, trilling: Idolores.
10
10Peep! Who's in the .... peepofgold?
11
11Tink cried to bronze in pity.
12
12And a call, pure, long and throbbing. Longindying call.
13
13Decoy. Soft word. But look: the bright stars fade. Notes chirruping
14 answer.
14
15O rose! Castile. The morn is breaking.
15
16Jingle jingle jaunted jingling.
16
17Coin rang. Clock clacked.
17
18Avowal. Sonnez. I could. Rebound of garter. Not leave thee. Smack. La
18 ⸢(B)[ cloche. ] cloche.
19 cloche!

19 cloche!
(B)⸣
[ cloche. ] cloche.
19 cloche!

19 cloche!
⸢(B)[Smack thigh.]Smack thigh. Thigh smack. Thigh smack. (B)⸣ [Smack thigh.]Smack thigh. Thigh smack. Thigh smack. Avowal. Warm.
20 Sweetheart, ⸢(B)[goodbye.]goodbye. goodbye! goodbye! (B)⸣ [goodbye.]goodbye. goodbye! goodbye!
19
21Jingle. Bloo.
20
22Boomed crashing chords. When love absorbs. War! War! The tympanum.
21
23A sail! A veil awave upon the waves.
22
24Lost. Throstle fluted. All is lost now.
23
25Horn. Hawhorn.
⸢(B)
25Horn. Hawhorn.(B)⸣

24
26When first he saw. Alas! [(B)
27Horn. Haw haw.]

27Horn. Haw haw.
> [(B)
27Horn. Haw haw.]

27Horn. Haw haw.
<

28
25Full tup. Full throb.
26
1Warbling. Ah, lure! Alluring.
27
2Martha! Come!
28
3Clapclap. Clipclap. Clappyclap.
29
4Goodgod henev erheard inall.
30
5 ⸢(B)[Bald deaf]Bald deafDeaf baldDeaf bald (B)⸣ [Bald deaf]Bald deafDeaf baldDeaf bald Pat brought pad knife took up.
31
6A moonlit nightcall: far, far.
32
7I feel so sad. P. S. So lonely blooming.
33
8Listen!
34
9The spiked and winding cold seahorn. Have you the? Each, and for
10other,
35 plash and silent roar.
36 ⸢(B)[Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.]Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.
11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.

11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.
(B)⸣
[Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.]Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.
11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.

11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.

37
13You don't?
⸢(B)
13You don't?(B)⸣

38
14Did not: no, no: believe: Lidlyd. With a cock with a carra.
39
15Black. Deepsounding. Do, Ben, do.
40
16Wait while you wait. Hee hee. Wait while you hee. ⸢(B)Wait while you hee. (B)⸣
41
17But wait!
42
18Low in dark middle earth. Embedded ore.
43 ⸢(B)[ Namine Damini. ] Namine Damini.
19 Naminedamine.

19 Naminedamine.
(B)⸣
[ Namine Damini. ] Namine Damini.
19 Naminedamine.

19 Naminedamine.
Preacher is he.⸢BPreacher is he.B⸣
44
20All gone. All fallen.
45
21Tiny, her tremulous fernfoils of maidenhair.
46 ⸢(B)[Amen.]Amen.
22 Amen!

22 Amen!
(B)⸣
[Amen.]Amen.
22 Amen!

22 Amen!
He gnashed in fury.
47
23Fro. To, fro. A baton cool protruding.
48 ⸢(B)[Lydiabronze and]Lydiabronze and
24 Bronzelydia by

24 Bronzelydia by
(B)⸣
[Lydiabronze and]Lydiabronze and
24 Bronzelydia by

24 Bronzelydia by
Minagold.
49
25By bronze, by gold, in oceangreen of shadow. Bloom. Old Bloom.
50
26One rapped, one tapped, with a carra, with a cock.
51
27Pray for him! Pray, good people!
52
28His gouty fingers nakkering.
53
29Big Benaben. Big Benben.
54
30Last rose Castile of summer left ⸢B[Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom B⸣ [Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom I feel so ⸢(B)[lone]lone sad sad (B)⸣ [lone]lone sad sad
31 alone.
55
32Pwee! Little wind piped wee.
56
33True men. Lid Ker Cow De and Doll. Ay, ay. Like you men. Will lift
34your
57 tschink with tschunk.
58
1Fff! Oo!
59
2Where bronze from anear? Where gold from afar? Where hoofs?
60
3Rrrpr. Kraa. Kraandl.
61
4Then not till then. My eppripfftaph. Be pfrwritt.
62
5Done.
63
6Begin!

1
1Bronze by gold heard the hoofirons, steelyringing.
2
2Imperthnthn thnthnthn.
3
3Chips, picking chips off rocky thumbnail, chips.
4
4 ⸢(B)[You horrid!]You horrid! Horrid! Horrid! (B)⸣ [You horrid!]You horrid! Horrid! Horrid! And gold flushed more.
5
5A husky fifenote blew.
6
6Blew. Blue ⸢B[Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom B⸣ [Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom is on the.
7
7 Goldpinnacled hair.
8
8A jumping rose on satiny breast of satin, rose of Castile.
9
9Trilling, trilling: Idolores.
10
10Peep! Who's in the .... peepofgold?
11
11Tink cried to bronze in pity.
12
12And a call, pure, long and throbbing. Longindying call.
13
13Decoy. Soft word. But look: the bright stars fade. Notes chirruping
14 answer.
14
15O rose! Castile. The morn is breaking.
15
16Jingle jingle jaunted jingling.
16
17Coin rang. Clock clacked.
17
18Avowal. Sonnez. I could. Rebound of garter. Not leave thee. Smack. La
18 ⸢(B)[ cloche. ] cloche.
19 cloche!

19 cloche!
(B)⸣
[ cloche. ] cloche.
19 cloche!

19 cloche!
⸢(B)[Smack thigh.]Smack thigh. Thigh smack. Thigh smack. (B)⸣ [Smack thigh.]Smack thigh. Thigh smack. Thigh smack. Avowal. Warm.
20 Sweetheart, ⸢(B)[goodbye.]goodbye. goodbye! goodbye! (B)⸣ [goodbye.]goodbye. goodbye! goodbye!
19
21Jingle. Bloo.
20
22Boomed crashing chords. When love absorbs. War! War! The tympanum.
21
23A sail! A veil awave upon the waves.
22
24Lost. Throstle fluted. All is lost now.
23
25Horn. Hawhorn.
⸢(B)
25Horn. Hawhorn.(B)⸣

24
26When first he saw. Alas! [(B)
27Horn. Haw haw.]

27Horn. Haw haw.
> [(B)
27Horn. Haw haw.]

27Horn. Haw haw.
<

28
25Full tup. Full throb.
26
1Warbling. Ah, lure! Alluring.
27
2Martha! Come!
28
3Clapclap. Clipclap. Clappyclap.
29
4Goodgod henev erheard inall.
30
5 ⸢(B)[Bald deaf]Bald deafDeaf baldDeaf bald (B)⸣ [Bald deaf]Bald deafDeaf baldDeaf bald Pat brought pad knife took up.
31
6A moonlit nightcall: far, far.
32
7I feel so sad. P. S. So lonely blooming.
33
8Listen!
34
9The spiked and winding cold seahorn. Have you the? Each, and for
10other,
35 plash and silent roar.
36 ⸢(B)[Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.]Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.
11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.

11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.
(B)⸣
[Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.]Pearls of Liszt rhapsody. Hiss.
11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.

11 Pearls: when she. Liszt's rhapsodies.
12Hissss.

37
13You don't?
⸢(B)
13You don't?(B)⸣

38
14Did not: no, no: believe: Lidlyd. With a cock with a carra.
39
15Black. Deepsounding. Do, Ben, do.
40
16Wait while you wait. Hee hee. Wait while you hee. ⸢(B)Wait while you hee. (B)⸣
41
17But wait!
42
18Low in dark middle earth. Embedded ore.
43 ⸢(B)[ Namine Damini. ] Namine Damini.
19 Naminedamine.

19 Naminedamine.
(B)⸣
[ Namine Damini. ] Namine Damini.
19 Naminedamine.

19 Naminedamine.
Preacher is he.⸢BPreacher is he.B⸣
44
20All gone. All fallen.
45
21Tiny, her tremulous fernfoils of maidenhair.
46 ⸢(B)[Amen.]Amen.
22 Amen!

22 Amen!
(B)⸣
[Amen.]Amen.
22 Amen!

22 Amen!
He gnashed in fury.
47
23Fro. To, fro. A baton cool protruding.
48 ⸢(B)[Lydiabronze and]Lydiabronze and
24 Bronzelydia by

24 Bronzelydia by
(B)⸣
[Lydiabronze and]Lydiabronze and
24 Bronzelydia by

24 Bronzelydia by
Minagold.
49
25By bronze, by gold, in oceangreen of shadow. Bloom. Old Bloom.
50
26One rapped, one tapped, with a carra, with a cock.
51
27Pray for him! Pray, good people!
52
28His gouty fingers nakkering.
53
29Big Benaben. Big Benben.
54
30Last rose Castile of summer left ⸢B[Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom B⸣ [Bloom]Bloom bloom bloom I feel so ⸢(B)[lone]lone sad sad (B)⸣ [lone]lone sad sad
31 alone.
55
32Pwee! Little wind piped wee.
56
33True men. Lid Ker Cow De and Doll. Ay, ay. Like you men. Will lift
34your
57 tschink with tschunk.
58
1Fff! Oo!
59
2Where bronze from anear? Where gold from afar? Where hoofs?
60
3Rrrpr. Kraa. Kraandl.
61
4Then not till then. My eppripfftaph. Be pfrwritt.
62
5Done.
63
6Begin!


64
7Bronze by gold, miss Douce's head by miss Kennedy's head, over the
65
8 crossblind of the Ormond bar heard the viceregal hoofs go by, ringing steel.


66
9Is that her? asked miss Kennedy.


67
10Miss Douce said yes, sitting with his ex, pearl grey and eau de Nil.


68
11Exquisite contrast, miss Kennedy said.

⸢(B)[All]All
69
12 When all

69
12 When all
(B)⸣
[All]All
69
12 When all

69
12 When all
agog miss Douce said eagerly:


70
13Look at the fellow in the tall silk.


71
14Who? Where? gold asked more eagerly.
72


15In the second carriage, miss ⸢(B)[Douce said, her wet lips]Douce said, her wet lips Douce's wet
16lips said,
Douce's wet
16lips said,
(B)⸣
[Douce said, her wet lips]Douce said, her wet lips Douce's wet
16lips said,
Douce's wet
16lips said,
laughing in the sun.
73 He's looking. Mind till I see.


74
17Bronze she darted⧽

74
17Bronze she darted
She darted, bronze, She darted, bronze,

74
17Bronze she darted⧽

74
17Bronze she darted
She darted, bronze, She darted, bronze,
to the backmost corner,
18 flattening her face
75 against the pane in a halo of hurried breath.


76
19Her wet lips tittered:


77
20He's killed looking back.


78
21She laughed:


79
22O wept! Aren't men frightful idiots?


80
23With sadness.
⸢(B)
80
23With sadness.(B)⸣


81
24Miss Kennedy sauntered sadly from bright light, twining a loose hair
82
25 behind an ear. Sauntering sadly, gold no more, she twisted twined a hair.
83
26 Sadly she twined in sauntering gold hair behind a curving ear.


84
27It's them has the fine times, sadly then she said.


85
28A man.
⸢(B)
85
28A man.(B)⸣

⸢(B)[Mr Bloom]Mr Bloom
86
29 ⸢D[Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho D⸣ [Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho

86
29 ⸢D[Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho D⸣ [Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho
(B)⸣
[Mr Bloom]Mr Bloom
86
29 ⸢D[Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho D⸣ [Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho

86
29 ⸢D[Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho D⸣ [Bloom]Bloom Bloowho Bloowho
went by by⸢DbyD⸣ Moulang's
30pipes bearing in his breast the sweets
87 of sin, by Wine's antiques, in
31 memory bearing sweet sinful words, by
88 Carroll's dusky battered plate, for
32 Raoul.


89
1The boots to ⸢(B)[them from the hallway came, to them unheeding, and]them from the hallway came, to them unheeding, and
2them, them in the bar, them barmaids came. For them
90unheeding him he

2them, them in the bar, them barmaids came. For them
90unheeding him he
(B)⸣
[them from the hallway came, to them unheeding, and]them from the hallway came, to them unheeding, and
2them, them in the bar, them barmaids came. For them
90unheeding him he

2them, them in the bar, them barmaids came. For them
90unheeding him he

3 banged on the counter his tray of chattering china. And


91
4There's your teas, he said.


92
5Miss Kennedy with manners transposed the teatray down⸢(B)down(B)⸣ to an
93
6 upturned lithia crate, safe from eyes, low.


94
7What is it? [(B)unmannerly]unmannerly loud boots unmannerly⸢(B)unmannerly(B)⸣ asked.
95


8Find out, miss Douce retorted, leaving her spyingpoint.


96
9Your beau, is it?

⸢(B)[She, haughty bronze,]She, haughty bronze,
97
10 A haughty bronze

97
10 A haughty bronze
(B)⸣
[She, haughty bronze,]She, haughty bronze,
97
10 A haughty bronze

97
10 A haughty bronze
replied:


98
11I'll complain to Mrs de Massey on you if I hear any more of your
99
12 impertinent insolence.


100
13Imperthnthn thnthnthn, ⸢(B)[the boots's snout]the boots's snout bootssnout bootssnout (B)⸣ [the boots's snout]the boots's snout bootssnout bootssnout sniffed
14 rudely, as he retreated as ⸢(B)[he heard her]he heard her she
101threatened
she
101threatened
(B)⸣
[he heard her]he heard her she
101threatened
she
101threatened
as he had come.


102
15Bloom.


103
16On her flower frowning miss Douce said:


104
17Most aggravating that fellow⧽fellow young brat young brat fellow⧽fellow young brat young brat is. If he doesn't conduct
18 himself I'll
105 wring his ear for him⸢(B)for him(B)⸣ a yard long.

⸢(B)[Ladylike.]Ladylike.
106
19 Ladylike in exquisite contrast.

106
19 Ladylike in exquisite contrast.
(B)⸣
[Ladylike.]Ladylike.
106
19 Ladylike in exquisite contrast.

106
19 Ladylike in exquisite contrast.


107
20Take no notice, miss Kennedy rejoined.


108
21She poured in a teacup tea, then back in the teapot tea. They cowered
109
22 under ⸢(B)[the reef of the]the reef of the their reef of their reef of (B)⸣ [the reef of the]the reef of the their reef of their reef of counter, waiting on footstools,
23 crates upturned, waiting
110 for their teas to draw. They pawed their blouses,
24both of black satin,
⸢(B)
24both of black satin,(B)⸣
two
111 and nine a yard, waiting for their teas to draw,
25 and two and seven.

⸢(B)[Yes bronze,]Yes bronze,
112
26 Yes, bronze

112
26 Yes, bronze
(B)⸣
[Yes bronze,]Yes bronze,
112
26 Yes, bronze

112
26 Yes, bronze
from anear, by ⸢1[gold,]gold, gold gold 1⸣ [gold,]gold, gold gold from
27 afar, heard ⸢1[steel,]steel, steel steel 1⸣ [steel,]steel, steel steel from anear,
113 hoofs ⸢1[ring,]ring, ring ring 1⸣ [ring,]ring, ring ring from afar, and
28 heard steelhoofs ringhoof ringsteel.


114
29Am I awfully sunburnt?


115
30Miss ⸢(B)[Douce]Douce bronze bronze (B)⸣ [Douce]Douce bronze bronze unbloused her neck.


116
31No, said miss Kennedy. It gets brown after. Did you try the borax with
117
32 the cherry laurel water?


118
33Miss Douce halfstood to see her skin askance in the barmirror
119
34gildedlettered
⸢D
34gildedletteredD⸣
where hock and ⧼g⧽g claret glasses shimmered and in their
35 midst a
120 shell.


121
1And leave it to my hands, she said.


122
2Try it with the glycerine, miss Kennedy advised.


123
3Bidding her neck and hands adieu miss Douce


124
4Those things only bring out a rash, replied, reseated. I asked that old
125 ⸢(B)[ ]
5 fogey

5 fogey
(B)⸣
[ ]
5 fogey

5 fogey
in Boyd's for something for my skin.


126
6Miss Kennedy, pouring now a fulldrawn tea, grimaced and prayed:


127
7O, don't remind me of him for mercy' ⸢(B)[sake.]sake. sake! sake! (B)⸣ [sake.]sake. sake! sake!


128
8But wait till I tell you, miss Douce entreated.


129
9Sweet tea miss Kennedy having poured with milk plugged both two
130
10 ears with little fingers.


131
11No, don't, she cried.


132
12I won't listen, she cried.


133
13But Bloom?


134
14Miss Douce grunted in snuffy fogey's⸢(B)fogey's(B)⸣ tone:


135
15For your what? says he.


136
16Miss Kennedy unplugged her ears to hear, to speak: but said, but
137
17 prayed again:


138
18Don't let me think of him or I'll expire. The ⸢(B)[awful]awful hideous hideous (B)⸣ [awful]awful hideous hideous old ⸢C[wretch. ]wretch.
19 wretch!

19 wretch!
C⸣
[wretch. ]wretch.
19 wretch!

19 wretch!
That
139 night in the Antient Concert Rooms.


140
20She sipped distastefully her brew, hot tea, a sip, sipped, sweet tea.


141
21Here he was, miss Douce said, cocking her bronze head three quarters,
142
22 ruffling her nosewings. ⸢(B)[Huf! Huf!]Huf! Huf! Hufa! Hufa! Hufa! Hufa! (B)⸣ [Huf! Huf!]Huf! Huf! Hufa! Hufa! Hufa! Hufa!

⸢(B)[A shrill]A shrill
143
23 Shrill

143
23 Shrill
(B)⸣
[A shrill]A shrill
143
23 Shrill

143
23 Shrill
shriek of laughter ⸢(B)[flew]flew sprang sprang (B)⸣ [flew]flew sprang sprang from miss
24 Kennedy's throat. Miss
144 Douce huffed and snorted down her nostrils that
25 quivered imperthnthn⸢(B)imperthnthn(B)⸣ like
145 a snout in quest.


146
26O! shrieking, miss Kennedy cried. Will you ever forget his goggle ⸢(B)[eyes?]eyes?
27 eye?

27 eye?
(B)⸣
[eyes?]eyes?
27 eye?

27 eye?


147
28Miss Douce chimed in in deep bronze laughter, shouting:


148
29And your other eye!

⸢D[Bloom's]Bloom's
149
30 Bloowhose

149
30 Bloowhose
D⸣
[Bloom's]Bloom's
149
30 Bloowhose

149
30 Bloowhose
dark eye read Aaron Figatner's name. Why
31 do I ⸢(B)[think always]think always always
150think
always
150think
(B)⸣
[think always]think always always
150think
always
150think
Figather? Gathering figs, I think.
32 And Prosper Loré's huguenot name.
151 By Bassi's blessed virgins ⸢(B)[his]his
33Bloom's

33Bloom's
(B)⸣
[his]his
33Bloom's

33Bloom's
dark eyes went by. ⸢(B)[Comely and whiterobed,]Comely and whiterobed, Bluerobed,
34white
152under,
Bluerobed,
34white
152under,
(B)⸣
[Comely and whiterobed,]Comely and whiterobed, Bluerobed,
34white
152under,
Bluerobed,
34white
152under,
come to me. God they believe she ⸢(B)[is, goddess I mean.
35Those I saw.]
is, goddess I mean.
35Those I saw.
is: or goddess. Those today. I
153could not see.
is: or goddess. Those today. I
153could not see.
(B)⸣
[is, goddess I mean.
35Those I saw.]
is, goddess I mean.
35Those I saw.
is: or goddess. Those today. I
153could not see.
is: or goddess. Those today. I
153could not see.
That fellow ⸢(B)[that spoke to me,]that spoke to me,
1 spoke. A

1 spoke. A
(B)⸣
[that spoke to me,]that spoke to me,
1 spoke. A

1 spoke. A
student. After with Dedalus' son. He
154
2might be Mulligan. All comely virgins.
⸢(B)After with Dedalus' son. He
154
2might be Mulligan. All comely virgins.(B)⸣
That brings ⸢(B)[the fellows in, the
3rakes, he who he.]
the fellows in, the
3rakes, he who he.
those rakes of fellows
155in: her white.
those rakes of fellows
155in: her white.
(B)⸣
[the fellows in, the
3rakes, he who he.]
the fellows in, the
3rakes, he who he.
those rakes of fellows
155in: her white.
those rakes of fellows
155in: her white.

|(B) |
156
4 By went his eyes. The sweets of sin. ⧼Sweets⧽Sweets Sweet are the sweets.


157
5Of sin.


158
6In a giggling peal young goldbronze⸢(B)goldbronze(B)⸣ voices blended, Douce with
159
7Kennedy your other eye. They threw ⸢(B)[their]their young young (B)⸣ [their]their young young heads back,
8 bronze ⸢(B)[and gold,]and gold, ⸢D[by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold, D⸣ [by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold, ⸢D[by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold, D⸣ [by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold, (B)⸣ [and gold,]and gold, ⸢D[by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold, D⸣ [by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold, ⸢D[by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold, D⸣ [by gold,]by gold, gigglegold, gigglegold,
160 to let freefly their
9 laughter, screaming, your other, signals to each other,
161 high piercing notes.

⸢(B)[Panting,]Panting,
162
10 Ah, panting,

162
10 Ah, panting,
(B)⸣
[Panting,]Panting,
162
10 Ah, panting,

162
10 Ah, panting,
sighing, sighing, ah,⸢(B)ah,(B)⸣ fordone, their
11 mirth died down.


163
12Miss Kennedy ⸢(B)[touched]touched lipped lipped (B)⸣ [touched]touched lipped lipped her cup again, raised, drank a ⸢D[sip.]sip.
13 sip and
164gigglegiggled.

13 sip and
164gigglegiggled.
D⸣
[sip.]sip.
13 sip and
164gigglegiggled.

13 sip and
164gigglegiggled.
Miss Douce, bending [Ragain ]again over the
14 teatray, ruffled again her nose
165 and rolled droll fattened eyes. Again ⸢D[miss
15Kennedy,]
miss
15Kennedy,
Kennygiggles, Kennygiggles, D⸣
[miss
15Kennedy,]
miss
15Kennedy,
Kennygiggles, Kennygiggles,
stooping, her fair
166 pinnacles of hair, stooping,
16 her tortoise napecomb showed, spluttered out of
167 her mouth her tea, choking
17 in tea and laughter, ⸢(B)[coughing,]coughing, coughing with coughing with (B)⸣ [coughing,]coughing, coughing with coughing with choking,
168 crying:


169
18O greasy eyes! Imagine being married to a man like that! she cried. ⸢(B)[The]The
19 With
170his

19 With
170his
(B)⸣
[The]The
19 With
170his

19 With
170his
bit of beard!


171
20Douce gave full vent to a splendid yell, a full yell of ⸢(B)[a]a full full (B)⸣ [a]a full full
21 woman,
172 delight, joy, indignation.


173
22Married to the greasy nose! she yelled.


174
23Shrill, with deep laughter, ⸢B[after bronze in gold,]after bronze in gold, after, gold after
24bronze,
after, gold after
24bronze,
B⸣
[after bronze in gold,]after bronze in gold, after, gold after
24bronze,
after, gold after
24bronze,
they urged each
175 ⸢(B)[other]other each each (B)⸣ [other]other each each to peal after peal, ringing in
25 changes, bronzegold, goldbronze,
176shrilldeep, to laughter after laughter.
26 And then laughed more. Greasy I
177 knows. Exhausted, breathless, their
27 shaken heads⧼,⧽, they laid, braided and
178 pinnacled by glossycombed, against
28 the counterledge. All flushed (O!),
179 panting, sweating (O!), all breathless.


180
29Married to Bloom, to ⧼greasy⧽greasy greaseabloom.


181
30O saints above! miss Douce said, sighed above her jumping rose. I
31 wished
182 I hadn't laughed so much. I feel all wet.


183
32O, miss Douce! miss Kennedy protested. You horrid thing!


184
33And flushed yet more (you horrid!), more goldenly.


185
1By Cantwell's offices ⸢(B)[walked roving Bloom,]walked roving Bloom, roved Greaseabloom, roved Greaseabloom, (B)⸣ [walked roving Bloom,]walked roving Bloom, roved Greaseabloom, roved Greaseabloom,
2 by Ceppi's virgins, bright
186 of their⸢(B)their(B)⸣ oils. Nannetti's father hawked those
3 things about, ⸢(B)[wheedling.]wheedling. wheedling at
187 ⸢1[doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I. 1⸣ [doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I.
wheedling at
187 ⸢1[doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I. 1⸣ [doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I.
(B)⸣
[wheedling.]wheedling. wheedling at
187 ⸢1[doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I. 1⸣ [doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I.
wheedling at
187 ⸢1[doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I. 1⸣ [doors.]doors. doors as I. doors as I.
Religion
4 pays. Must see him ⸢B[about Keyes's]about Keyes's for that for that B⸣ [about Keyes's]about Keyes's for that for that par. Eat first. I want. Not
188
5 yet. At four, she said. Time ever passing. Clockhands turning. On. Where
189
6 eat? The Clarence, Dolphin. On. For Raoul. Eat. If I ⸢(B)[make]make net net (B)⸣ [make]make net net five
7 guineas with
190 those ads. The violet silk petticoats.⸢(B)The violet silk petticoats.(B)⸣ Not yet. The sweets of
8 sin.


191
9Flushed less, still less, goldenly paled.


192
10Into ⸢(B)[the]the their their (B)⸣ [the]the their their bar strolled Mr Dedalus. Chips, picking chips off
11 one of his
193 rocky thumbnails. Chips. He strolled.


194
12O, welcome back, miss Douce.


195
13He held her hand. Enjoyed her holidays?


196
14Tiptop.


197
15He hoped she had nice weather in Rostrevor.


198
16Gorgeous, she said. Look at the holy show I am. Lying out on the strand
199
17 all day.

[(B)
200
18Comely virgins. That brings the rakes in.]

200
18Comely virgins. That brings the rakes in.
⸢(B)[Her]Her Bronze Bronze (B)⸣ [Her]Her Bronze Bronze
19 whiteness.


201
20That was exceedingly naughty of you, Mr Dedalus told her and ⸢(B)[shook
21his head]
shook
21his head
pressed
202her hand
pressed
202her hand
(B)⸣
[shook
21his head]
shook
21his head
pressed
202her hand
pressed
202her hand
indulgently. Tempting poor simple males.
203


22Miss Douce of satin ⸢(B)[pulled]pulled douced douced (B)⸣ [pulled]pulled douced douced her arm away.


204
23O go away! she said. ⸢D[I'm sure you're very simple.]I'm sure you're very simple. You're very simple,
24I don't think.
You're very simple,
24I don't think.
D⸣
[I'm sure you're very simple.]I'm sure you're very simple. You're very simple,
24I don't think.
You're very simple,
24I don't think.


205
25He was.


206
26Well now I am, he mused. I looked so simple in the cradle they
27 christened
207 me simple Simon.

⸢D[Yes, I don't think,]Yes, I don't think,
208
28 You must have been a doaty,

208
28 You must have been a doaty,
D⸣
[Yes, I don't think,]Yes, I don't think,
208
28 You must have been a doaty,

208
28 You must have been a doaty,
miss Douce made
29 answer. And what did the
209 doctor order today?


210
30Well now, he mused, whatever you say yourself. I think I'll trouble you
211
31 for some fresh water and a half glass of whisky.


212
32Jingle.


213
33With the greatest alacrity, miss Douce agreed.


214
34With grace of alacrity towards the mirror gilt Cantrell and
215
35Cochrane's
⸢Dgilt Cantrell and
215
35Cochrane'sD⸣
she turned herself. With grace she tapped a measure of gold
216
36 whisky from her crystal keg. Forth from the skirt of his coat Mr Dedalus
217
1 brought pouch and pipe. Alacrity she served. He blew through the flue two
218
2 husky fifenotes.


219
3By Jove, he mused⧼.⧽., I often wanted to see the Mourne mountains. Must
4 be
220 a great tonic in the air down there. But a long threatening comes at last,
221
5 they say. Yes. Yes.


222
6 Yes.Yes. He fingered shreds of hair, her maidenhair, her mermaid's,⸢1of hair, her maidenhair, her mermaid's,1⸣
7 into
223 the bowl. Chips. Shreds. Musing. Mute.


224
8None ⸢B[not]not nought nought B⸣ [not]not nought nought said nothing. Yes.


225
9Gaily miss Douce polished a tumbler, trilling:


226
10O,
Idolores, queen of the eastern ⸢(B)[ seas. ] seas. seas!  seas!  (B)⸣ [ seas. ] seas. seas!  seas! 
227


11Was Mr Lidwell in today?


228
12In came Lenehan. Round him peered Lenehan. Mr Bloom reached
229
13 Essex bridge. ⸢(B)[Yes, Yessex bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. ]Yes, Yessex bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. Yes,
14Mr Bloom crossed bridge of Yessex.
Yes,
14Mr Bloom crossed bridge of Yessex.
(B)⸣
[Yes, Yessex bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. ]Yes, Yessex bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. Mr Bloom crossed bridge. Yes,
14Mr Bloom crossed bridge of Yessex.
Yes,
14Mr Bloom crossed bridge of Yessex.
To Martha I must
230 write. Buy paper.
15 Daly's. Girl there civil. Bloom. Old Bloom. Blue bloom is
231 on the rye.


232
16He was in at lunchtime, miss Douce said.


233
17Lenehan came forward.


234
18Was Mr Boylan looking for me?


235
19He asked. She answered:


236
20Miss Kennedy, was Mr Boylan in while I was upstairs?


237
21She asked. Miss voice ofvoice of Kennedy answered, ⸢(B)[her]her a second a second (B)⸣ [her]her a second a second
22 teacup poised,
238 her gaze upon ⸢(B)[her]her a a (B)⸣ [her]her a a page:


239
23No. He was not.


240
24Miss gaze of Kennedy, heard, not seen, read on. Lenehan round the
241
25 sandwichbell ⧼round⧽round wound his round ⸢(B)[body.]body. body round. body round. (B)⸣ [body.]body. body round. body round.


242
26Peep! Who's in the corner?


243
27No glance of Kennedy rewarding him he yet made overtures. To mind
244
28 her stops. To read only the black ones: round o and crooked ess.


245
29Jingle jaunty jingle.


246
30Girlgold she read and did not glance. Take no notice. She took no
247
31 notice while he read by rote a solfa fable for her, plappering flatly:


248
32Ah fox met ah stork. Said the⧽the thee thee the⧽the thee thee fox too thee stork: Will you put
33 your bill
249 down inn my ⸢(B)[throat]throat troath troath (B)⸣ [throat]throat troath troath and pull ⸢(B)[up]up upp upp (B)⸣ [up]up upp upp ah bone?


250
34He droned in vain. Miss Douce turned to her tea⸢(B)to her tea(B)⸣ aside.


251
35He sighed aside:


252
1Ah me! O my!


253
2He greeted Mr Dedalus and got a nod.


254
3Greetings from the famous son of a famous father.


255
4Who may he be? Mr Dedalus asked.


256
5Lenehan opened most genial arms. Who?


257
6 ⸢D[Can you ask?]Can you ask?Who may he be?Who may he be? D⸣ [Can you ask?]Can you ask?Who may he be?Who may he be? he asked. Can you ask?⸢DCan you ask?D⸣ Stephen,
7 the youthful bard.


258
8Dry.


259
9Mr ⸢(B)[ Dedalus] Dedalus Dedalus, famous father, Dedalus, famous father, (B)⸣ [ Dedalus] Dedalus Dedalus, famous father, Dedalus, famous father, laid by his dry filled pipe.


260
10I see, he said. I didn't recognise him for the moment. I hear he is keeping
261
11 very select company. Have you seen him lately?


262
12He had.
⸢(B)
262
12He had.(B)⸣


263
13I quaffed the nectarbowl with him this very day, said Lenehan. In
264
14 Mooney's en ville and in Mooney's sur mer. He had received the rhino
15 for
265 the labour of his muse.


266
16He smiled at ⸢(B)[miss bronze Douce's]miss bronze Douce's bronze's teabathed lips, at bronze's teabathed lips, at (B)⸣ [miss bronze Douce's]miss bronze Douce's bronze's teabathed lips, at bronze's teabathed lips, at
17 listening ⸢(B)[eyes and lips:]eyes and lips: lips and eyes: lips and eyes: (B)⸣ [eyes and lips:]eyes and lips: lips and eyes: lips and eyes:


267
18The élite of Erin hung upon his lips. The ponderous pundit, Hugh
268
19 MacHugh, Dublin's most brilliant scribe and⸢(B)scribe and(B)⸣ editor and ⸢(B)[the]the that that (B)⸣ [the]the that that
20 minstrel boy
269 of the wild wet west who is known by the euphonious
21 appellation of the
270 O'Madden Burke.


271
22After an interval Mr Dedalus ⸢(B)[lifted his glass]lifted his glass raised his grog raised his grog (B)⸣ [lifted his glass]lifted his glass raised his grog raised his grog
23and [(B) drank] drank

271
22After an interval Mr Dedalus ⸢(B)[lifted his glass]lifted his glass raised his grog raised his grog (B)⸣ [lifted his glass]lifted his glass raised his grog raised his grog
23and [(B) drank] drank

272


24That must have been highly diverting, ⸢(B)[ Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he said.] Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he said. said
25he.
said
25he.
(B)⸣
[ Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he said.] Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he Mr Dedalus⧽Mr Dedalus he he said. said
25he.
said
25he.
I see.


273
26He see. He drank. With faraway mourning mountain eye.⸢1With faraway mourning mountain eye.1⸣ Set
27down
274his glass.
⸢(B)
273
26He see. He drank. With faraway mourning mountain eye.⸢1With faraway mourning mountain eye.1⸣ Set
27down
274his glass.(B)⸣


275
28He looked towards the ⸢(B)[door of the saloon.]door of the saloon. saloon door. saloon door. (B)⸣ [door of the saloon.]door of the saloon. saloon door. saloon door.


276
29I see you have moved the piano.


277
30The tuner was in today, miss Douce replied, tuning it for the smoking
278
31 concert and I never heard such an exquisite player.


279
32Is that a fact?


280
33Didn't he, miss Kennedy? The real classical, you know. And blind too,
281
34 poor fellow. Not twenty I'm sure he was.
282


35Is that a fact? Mr Dedalus said.


283
36He drank and strayed away.


284
1So sad to look at his face, miss Douce condoled.


285
2God's ⸢(B)[curse. You]curse. You curse on curse on (B)⸣ [curse. You]curse. You curse on curse on bitch's bastard.


286
3Tink to her pity cried a diner's bell. To the door of the bar and⸢Bbar andB⸣
287
4 diningroom came bald Pat, came bothered Pat, came Pat, waiter of
288
5 Ormond. Lager for diner. Lager without alacrity she served.


289
6With patience Lenehan waited for Boylan with impatience, for
290
7jinglejaunty blazes boy.
⸢(B)
289
6With patience Lenehan waited for Boylan with impatience, for
290
7jinglejaunty blazes boy.(B)⸣

⸢(B)[Now in the saloon Mr Dedalus held up the piano lid and]Now in the saloon Mr Dedalus held up the piano lid and
291
8
9Upholding the lid he (who?)

291
8
9Upholding the lid he (who?)
(B)⸣
[Now in the saloon Mr Dedalus held up the piano lid and]Now in the saloon Mr Dedalus held up the piano lid and
291
8
9Upholding the lid he (who?)

291
8
9Upholding the lid he (who?)
gazed in the coffin (coffin?)⸢(B)(coffin?)(B)⸣ at the
292
10 oblique triple (piano!)⸢(B)(piano!)(B)⸣ wires. He ⸢(B)[pressed,]pressed, pressed (the same who
11pressed indulgently
293her hand),
pressed (the same who
11pressed indulgently
293her hand),
(B)⸣
[pressed,]pressed, pressed (the same who
11pressed indulgently
293her hand),
pressed (the same who
11pressed indulgently
293her hand),
soft pedalling, a triple ⧼of⧽of ⧼notes⧽notes of
12keys to see the thicknesses of felt
294 advancing, to hear the muffled
13 hammerfall in action.


295
14Two sheets cream vellum paper one reserve two envelopes ⸢(B)[Bloom
15bought in Daly's:]
Bloom
15bought in Daly's:
when I was
296in Wisdom Hely's wise Bloom in Daly's
16Henry Flower bought. Are you not
297happy in your home? Flower to console
17me and a pin cuts lo. Means
298something, language of flow. Was it a daisy?
18Innocence that is. Respectable
299girl meet after mass. Thanks awfully
19muchly.
when I was
296in Wisdom Hely's wise Bloom in Daly's
16Henry Flower bought. Are you not
297happy in your home? Flower to console
17me and a pin cuts lo. Means
298something, language of flow. Was it a daisy?
18Innocence that is. Respectable
299girl meet after mass. Thanks awfully
19muchly.
(B)⸣
[Bloom
15bought in Daly's:]
Bloom
15bought in Daly's:
when I was
296in Wisdom Hely's wise Bloom in Daly's
16Henry Flower bought. Are you not
297happy in your home? Flower to console
17me and a pin cuts lo. Means
298something, language of flow. Was it a daisy?
18Innocence that is. Respectable
299girl meet after mass. Thanks awfully
19muchly.
when I was
296in Wisdom Hely's wise Bloom in Daly's
16Henry Flower bought. Are you not
297happy in your home? Flower to console
17me and a pin cuts lo. Means
298something, language of flow. Was it a daisy?
18Innocence that is. Respectable
299girl meet after mass. Thanks awfully
19muchly.
⸢(B)[and eyed]and eyed Wise Bloom eyed on the door Wise Bloom eyed on the door (B)⸣ [and eyed]and eyed Wise Bloom eyed on the door Wise Bloom eyed on the door
300a poster,
⸢(B)[and eyed]and eyed Wise Bloom eyed on the door Wise Bloom eyed on the door (B)⸣ [and eyed]and eyed Wise Bloom eyed on the door Wise Bloom eyed on the door
300a poster,
a
20 swaying mermaid smoking mid ⸢(B)[the]the nice nice (B)⸣ [the]the nice nice waves. Smoke mermaids,
301 [(B)
21the]

21the
coolest whiff of all. ⸢(B)[Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.]
Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.
Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul. Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul. (B)⸣
[Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.]
Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.
Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul. Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul.
⸢(B)[Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.]
Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.
Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul. Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul. (B)⸣
[Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.]
Her hair astreaming. Lovelorn. Man. For
22men.
Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul. Hair streaming: lovelorn. For some man. For Raoul.

302 He eyed and
23 saw afar on Essex bridge a gay hat riding on a jaunting car. It
303 is.
24Again.
⸢B
24Again.B⸣
Third time. Coincidence.


304
25Jingling on supple rubbers⸢(B)on supple rubbers(B)⸣ it jaunted from the bridge to Ormond
305
26 quay. Follow. Risk it. Go quick. At ⸢(B)[four, she said. Out after.]four, she said. Out after. four. Near
27now. Out.
four. Near
27now. Out.
(B)⸣
[four, she said. Out after.]four, she said. Out after. four. Near
27now. Out.
four. Near
27now. Out.


306
28Twopence, sir, the shopgirl dared to say.


307
29Aha ... I was forgetting ... Excuse ...


308
30And four.


309
31At four she.
⸢(B)
309
31At four she.(B)⸣
Winsomely she ⸢D[smiled on Bloom.]smiled on Bloom. on
32Bloohimwhom smiled.
on
32Bloohimwhom smiled.
D⸣
[smiled on Bloom.]smiled on Bloom. on
32Bloohimwhom smiled.
on
32Bloohimwhom smiled.
Bloo smi qui
310 go. Ternoon. Think you're the only
33 pebble on the beach? Does that to all.
311 For men.


312
34In drowsy silence gold bent on her page.


313
1From the saloon a call came, long in dying. ⸢(B)[A call again from the
2tuningfork Mr DedalusMr Dedalus struck and poised. Poised lightly on the
3pianocase it purely throbbed,]
A call again from the
2tuningfork Mr DedalusMr Dedalus struck and poised. Poised lightly on the
3pianocase it purely throbbed,
That was a tuningfork the
314tuner had that he
4forgot that he now struck. A call again. That he now
315poised that it now
5throbbed. You hear? It throbbed, pure, purer,
That was a tuningfork the
314tuner had that he
4forgot that he now struck. A call again. That he now
315poised that it now
5throbbed. You hear? It throbbed, pure, purer,
(B)⸣
[A call again from the
2tuningfork Mr DedalusMr Dedalus struck and poised. Poised lightly on the
3pianocase it purely throbbed,]
A call again from the
2tuningfork Mr DedalusMr Dedalus struck and poised. Poised lightly on the
3pianocase it purely throbbed,
That was a tuningfork the
314tuner had that he
4forgot that he now struck. A call again. That he now
315poised that it now
5throbbed. You hear? It throbbed, pure, purer,
That was a tuningfork the
314tuner had that he
4forgot that he now struck. A call again. That he now
315poised that it now
5throbbed. You hear? It throbbed, pure, purer,
softly and
316softlier, its
6 buzzing prongs. Longer in dying call.


317
7Pat paid for diner's popcorked bottle: and over tumbler, tray and
318
8 popcorked bottle ere he went he whispered, bald and bothered, with miss
319
9 Douce.


320
10The bright stars fade
 ....


321
11A voiceless song sang from within, singing:


322
12 ... the morn is breaking.


323
13A duodene of birdnotes chirruped bright treble answer under sensitive
324
14 hands. Brightly the keys, all twinkling, linked, all harpsichording, called to
325
15 a voice to sing the strain of dewy morn, of youth, of love's leavetaking,
326
16life's, love's morn.


327
17The dewdrops pearl
 ....


328
18Lenehan's lips over the counter ⸢(B)[blew]blew lisped lisped (B)⸣ [blew]blew lisped lisped a low whistle of
19 decoy.


329
20But look this way, he said, rose of Castile.


330
21Jingle jaunted by the curb and ⸢(B)[halted.]halted. stopped. stopped. (B)⸣ [halted.]halted. stopped. stopped.


331
22She rose and closed her reading, rose of Castile: fretted, forlorn,fretted, forlorn,
332
23 dreamily rose.


333
24Did she fall or was she pushed? he asked her.


334
25She answered, slighting:


335
26Ask no questions and you'll hear no lies.


336
27Like lady, ladylike.
⸢(B)
336
27Like lady, ladylike.(B)⸣


337
28Blazes Boylan's smart tan shoes creaked on the barfloor ⸢(B)[as]as where where (B)⸣ [as]as where where
29 he
338 strode. Yes, gold from anear by bronze from afar.⸢(B)Yes, gold from anear by bronze from afar.(B)⸣ Lenehan heard
30 and knew
339 and hailed him:


340
31See the conquering hero comes.


341
32Between the car and ⸢(B)[window of the bar]window of the bar window, warily walking, window, warily walking, (B)⸣ [window of the bar]window of the bar window, warily walking, window, warily walking,
33 went Bloom,
342 ⸢(B)[catwalker.]catwalker. unconquered hero. unconquered hero. (B)⸣ [catwalker.]catwalker. unconquered hero. unconquered hero. See me he might. The seat
34 he sat on: warm. ⸢(B)[A]A Black wary Black wary (B)⸣ [A]A Black wary Black wary
343 hecat walked towards Richie
35 Goulding's legal bag, lifted aloft, saluting.


344
1And I from thee
 ....


345
2I heard you were round, said Blazes Boylan.


346
3He touched to fair miss Kennedy a rim of his slanted straw. She
347
4 smiled on him. But ⸢(B)[bronze miss Douce]bronze miss Douce sister bronze sister bronze (B)⸣ [bronze miss Douce]bronze miss Douce sister bronze sister bronze outsmiled her,
5 preening for him her richer
348 hair, ⸢(B)[her]her a a (B)⸣ [her]her a a bosom and a rose.


349
6Smart
⸢B
349
6SmartB⸣
Boylan bespoke potions.


350
7What's your cry? Glass of bitter? Glass of bitter, please, and a sloegin
8 for
351 me. Wire in yet?


352
9Not yet. At four⧼.⧽. ⸢B[he. All said four.]he. All said four. he.⧽he. she. she. he.⧽he. she. she. Who said four? he.⧽he. she. she. he.⧽he. she. she. Who said four? B⸣ [he. All said four.]he. All said four. he.⧽he. she. she. he.⧽he. she. she. Who said four? he.⧽he. she. she. he.⧽he. she. she. Who said four?


353
10Cowley's red lugs and ⸢B[Adam's]Adam's bulging bulging B⸣ [Adam's]Adam's bulging bulging apple in the door of the
11 sheriff's office.
354 Avoid. Goulding a chance. What is he doing in the
12Ormond? Car waiting.
355 Wait.


356
13Hello. Where off to? Something to eat? I too was just. In here. What,
357
14Ormond?
⸢(B)What,
357
14Ormond?(B)⸣
Best value in Dublin. Is that so?⸢(B)Is that so?(B)⸣ Diningroom. Sit tight
15 there. See,
358 not be seen. I think⸢(B)I think(B)⸣ I'll join you. ⸢(B)[Best value in Dub. Is
16that so?]
Best value in Dub. Is
16that so?
Come on. Richie led on. Come on. Richie led on. (B)⸣
[Best value in Dub. Is
16that so?]
Best value in Dub. Is
16that so?
Come on. Richie led on. Come on. Richie led on.
(B) Bloom followed
359 [(B) Goulding's
17legal]
Goulding's
17legal
bag. Dinner fit for a prince.⸢(B)Dinner fit for a prince.(B)⸣


360
18Miss Douce reached high to take a flagon, stretching her satin⸢(B)satin(B)⸣
19 arm,
361 her ⸢D[bust. ]bust. bust, that all but burst, so high. bust, that all but burst, so high. D⸣ [bust. ]bust. bust, that all but burst, so high. bust, that all but burst, so high.


362
20O! O! jerked Lenehan, gasping at each stretch. O!


363
21But easily she seized her prey and led it low in triumph.


364
22Why don't you grow? asked Blazes Boylan.


365
23Shebronze, dealing from her oblique⸢BobliqueB⸣ jar thick syrupy liquor for his
366
24 lips, looked as it flowed ⸢(B)[for him]for him (flower in his coat: who gave him?), (flower in his coat: who gave him?), (B)⸣ [for him]for him (flower in his coat: who gave him?), (flower in his coat: who gave him?),
25 and syrupped
367 with her voice:


368
26Fine goods in small s.⧽ s. parcels. parcels. s.⧽ s. parcels. parcels.


369
27That is to ⸢(B)[say. You know]say. You know say say (B)⸣ [say. You know]say. You know say say she. ⸢(B)[She poured neatly]She poured neatly Neatly
28she poured
Neatly
28she poured
(B)⸣
[She poured neatly]She poured neatly Neatly
28she poured
Neatly
28she poured
slowsyrupy sloe.


370
29Here's fortune, Blazes said.


371
30He pitched a broad crown⧽crown coin coin crown⧽crown coin coin down. Coin rang.⸢(B)Coin rang.(B)⸣


372
31Hold on, said Lenehan, till I ....


373
32Fortune, he ⸢(B)[said,]said, wished, wished, (B)⸣ [said,]said, wished, wished, lifting his bubbled ale.


374
33Sceptre will win in a canter, he said.


375
34I plunged a bit, said ⸢D[Boylan.]Boylan. Boylan winking and drinking. Boylan winking and drinking. D⸣ [Boylan.]Boylan. Boylan winking and drinking. Boylan winking and drinking. Not on
35 my own, you
376 know. Fancy of a friend of mine.


377
1Lenehan still drank and grinned at his tilted ale and at miss Douce's
378
2 lips that all but hummed, not shut, the oceansong her lips had trilled.
379
3 Idolores. The eastern seas.


380
4Clock whirred. Miss Kennedy passed their way (flower, wonder
5who
381gave), bearing away teatray.
⸢(B)
380
4Clock whirred. Miss Kennedy passed their way (flower, wonder
5who
381gave), bearing away teatray.(B)⸣
⸢(B)[Clockface]Clockface Clock Clock (B)⸣ [Clockface]Clockface Clock Clock clacked.

⸢(B)[She took his crown and]She took his crown and
382
6 Miss Douce took Boylan's coin,

382
6 Miss Douce took Boylan's coin,
(B)⸣
[She took his crown and]She took his crown and
382
6 Miss Douce took Boylan's coin,

382
6 Miss Douce took Boylan's coin,
struck
7 boldly the cashregister. It
383 clanged. Clock clacked. Clock clacked. Fair one of ⸢(B)[Egypt,
8she]
Egypt,
8she
Egypt Egypt (B)⸣
[Egypt,
8she]
Egypt,
8she
Egypt Egypt
teased and sorted in ⸢(B)[her till. Look to the west he]her till. Look to the west he the till
9and
the till
9and
(B)⸣
[her till. Look to the west he]her till. Look to the west he the till
9and
the till
9and

384 hummed and handed [(B)Blazes Boylan ringing]Blazes Boylan ringing coins in change. [(B)
10For me.]

10For me.
Look to the west.⸢(B)Look to the west.(B)⸣ A clack. For me.⸢(B)For me.(B)⸣


385
11What time is that? asked Blazes Boylan. Four?


386
12O'clock.


387
13Lenehan, ⸢(B)[his]his small small (B)⸣ [his]his small small eyes ahunger on her ⸢(B)[bronze humming
14bust]
bronze humming
14bust
humming, bust ahumming, humming, bust ahumming, (B)⸣
[bronze humming
14bust]
bronze humming
14bust
humming, bust ahumming, humming, bust ahumming,

388 tugged Blazes Boylan's elbowsleeve.
389


15Let's hear the time, he said.


390
16The bag of Goulding, Collis, Ward led Bloom by ryebloom flowered
391
17 tables. Aimless he chose with agitated aim, bald Pat attending, a table near
392
18 the door. Be near. At four. Has he forgotten⧼..⧽..? Perhaps a trick. Not
19 come:
393 whet appetite. I couldn't do. Wait, wait. Pat, waiter, waited.

⸢(B)[Bronze sparkling eyes]Bronze sparkling eyes
394
20 Sparkling bronze azure

394
20 Sparkling bronze azure
(B)⸣
[Bronze sparkling eyes]Bronze sparkling eyes
394
20 Sparkling bronze azure

394
20 Sparkling bronze azure
eyed ⸢1[Blazes' ]Blazes'
21B⧽

21B
Blazure's

21B⧽

21B
Blazure's
1⸣
[Blazes' ]Blazes'
21B⧽

21B
Blazure's

21B⧽

21B
Blazure's
skyblue tie⧽tie bow bow tie⧽tie bow bow and eyes.
395


22Go on, pressed Lenehan. There's no‐one. He never heard.


396
23 ... to Flora's lips did hie.


397
24High, a high note pealed in the treble clear.


398
25Bronzedouce communing with her rose that sank and rose sought
399
26 Blazes Boylan's flower and eyes.


400
27Please, please.


401
28He pleaded over returning phrases of avowal.
402


29I could not leave thee
 ...


403
30Afterwits, ⸢(B)[said miss Douce]said miss Douce miss Douce promised miss Douce promised (B)⸣ [said miss Douce]said miss Douce miss Douce promised miss Douce promised coyly.


404
31No, now, urged Lenehan. Sonnez la cloche! O do! There's no‐one.


405
32He⧽

405
32He
She She

405
32He⧽

405
32He
She She
looked. Quick.⸢(B)Quick.(B)⸣ ⸢(B)[Other]Other Miss Kenn Miss Kenn (B)⸣ [Other]Other Miss Kenn Miss Kenn out of
33 earshot. ⸢(B)[And, sudden,]And, sudden, Sudden Sudden (B)⸣ [And, sudden,]And, sudden, Sudden Sudden bent. Two
406 kindling faces watched her
34 bend.


407
35Quavering the chords strayed from the air, found it again, lost chord,
408
36 and lost and found it, faltering.


409
1Go on! Do! Sonnez!

⸢(B)[She]She
410
2 Bending, she

410
2 Bending, she
(B)⸣
[She]She
410
2 Bending, she

410
2 Bending, she
nipped a peak of skirt above her knee.
3 Delayed. Taunted
411 them ⸢(B)[still]still still, bending, suspending, still, bending, suspending, (B)⸣ [still]still still, bending, suspending, still, bending, suspending, with wilful
4 eyes.
412


5Sonnez!

5Sonnez!


413
6Smack. She set free sudden in rebound her nipped⸢(B)nipped(B)⸣ elastic garter
414
7smackwarm against her ⸢(B)[warm, a woman's,]warm, a woman's, smackable a woman's smackable a woman's (B)⸣ [warm, a woman's,]warm, a woman's, smackable a woman's smackable a woman's
8 warmhosed thigh.


415
9La cloche!
cried gleeful Lenehan. Trained by owner. No sawdust there.


416
10She smilesmirked ⸢(B)[supercilious,]supercilious, supercilious (wept! aren't
11men?),
supercilious (wept! aren't
11men?),
(B)⸣
[supercilious,]supercilious, supercilious (wept! aren't
11men?),
supercilious (wept! aren't
11men?),
but⧽but but, ⸢(B)[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
(B)⸣
[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
but, ⸢(B)[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
(B)⸣
[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
but⧽but but, ⸢(B)[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
(B)⸣
[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
but, ⸢(B)[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
(B)⸣
[gliding lightward,]gliding lightward, lightward
417gliding,
lightward
417gliding,
mild ⸢(B)[on
12Blazes:]
on
12Blazes:
she smiled on Boylan. she smiled on Boylan. (B)⸣
[on
12Blazes:]
on
12Blazes:
she smiled on Boylan. she smiled on Boylan.


418
13You're the essence of vulgarity, she ⸢(B)[said.]said. ⸢1[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.
1⸣
[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.
⸢1[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.
1⸣
[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.
(B)⸣
[said.]said. ⸢1[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.
1⸣
[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.
⸢1[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.
1⸣
[said in gliding.]said in gliding. in gliding
14said.
in gliding
14said.


419
15Boylan, eyed, ⸢(B)[eying, tossed]eying, tossed eyed. Tossed eyed. Tossed (B)⸣ [eying, tossed]eying, tossed eyed. Tossed eyed. Tossed to fat lips his chalice,
16drank off
⸢(B)his chalice,
16drank off (B)⸣
his ⸢B[tiny, chalice,]tiny, chalice, ⧼ti⧽ti chalice
420tiny,
⧼ti⧽ti chalice
420tiny,
B⸣
[tiny, chalice,]tiny, chalice, ⧼ti⧽ti chalice
420tiny,
⧼ti⧽ti chalice
420tiny,
sucking the last fat violet
17 syrupy drops. His spellbound eyes went
421after, after her gliding head as it
18 went down the bar by mirrors, gilded arch
422for ginger ale,
⸢Dgilded arch
422for ginger ale,D⸣
hock and
19claret glasses shimmering, a spiky shell, where it
423 ⸢(B)[concerted]concerted concerted,
20mirrored,
concerted,
20mirrored,
(B)⸣
[concerted]concerted concerted,
20mirrored,
concerted,
20mirrored,
bronze with sunnier bronze.


424
21Yes, bronze from anearby.
⸢(B)
424
21Yes, bronze from anearby.(B)⸣


425
22 ... sweetheart, goodbye! 


426
23I'm off, said ⸢(B)[Boylan.]Boylan. Boylan with impatience. Boylan with impatience. (B)⸣ [Boylan.]Boylan. Boylan with impatience. Boylan with impatience.


427
24He slid his ⸢(B)[glass briskly]glass briskly chalice brisk chalice brisk (B)⸣ [glass briskly]glass briskly chalice brisk chalice brisk away, ⸢(B)[gathered]gathered
25grasped

25grasped
(B)⸣
[gathered]gathered
25grasped

25grasped
his change.


428
26Wait a shake, ⸢(B)[cried]cried begged begged (B)⸣ [cried]cried begged begged Lenehan, drinking quickly. I wanted to
27 tell you.
429Tom Rochford ...


430
28Come on to blazes, said Blazes ⸢(B)[Boylan.]Boylan. Boylan, going. Boylan, going. (B)⸣ [Boylan.]Boylan. Boylan, going. Boylan, going.


431
29Lenehan gulped to go.


432
30Got the horn or what? he said. ⸢1[Half a mo. ]Half a mo. Wait. Wait. 1⸣ [Half a mo. ]Half a mo. Wait. Wait. I'm coming.


433
31He followed the hasty creaking shoes but stood by nimbly by the
434
32 threshold, saluting ⸢(B)[a bulky and a slender form.]a bulky and a slender form. forms, a bulky with a
33slender.
forms, a bulky with a
33slender.
(B)⸣
[a bulky and a slender form.]a bulky and a slender form. forms, a bulky with a
33slender.
forms, a bulky with a
33slender.


435
34How do you do, Mr Dollard?


436
35Eh? How do? How do? Ben Dollard's vague bass answered, turning an
437
36 instant from Father Cowley's woe. He woe. He woe. He woe. He won't give you any trouble,
1 Bob. Alf
438 Bergan will speak to ⸢(B)[long John.]long John. the long fellow. the long fellow. (B)⸣ [long John.]long John. the long fellow. the long fellow. We'll put a
2 barleystraw in that ⸢(B)[Judas']Judas' Judas
439Iscariot's
Judas
439Iscariot's
(B)⸣
[Judas']Judas' Judas
439Iscariot's
Judas
439Iscariot's
ear this time.


440
3Sighing Mr Dedalus came through the saloon, a finger soothing an
441
4 eyelid.


442
5Hoho, we will, Ben Dollard yodled jollily. Come on, Simon. Give us a
443
6 ditty. We heard the piano.


444
7Bald Pat, bothered waiter, waited for drinkdrink orders. Power for
8 Richie.
445 And Bloom? Let me see. Not make him walk twice. His corns.⸢1Not make him walk twice. His corns.1⸣ ⸢(B)[Four. Warm]Four. Warm
9 Four now.
446How warm

9 Four now.
446How warm
(B)⸣
[Four. Warm]Four. Warm
9 Four now.
446How warm

9 Four now.
446How warm
this black ⸢(B)[is refracts]is refracts is.
10Course nerves a bit. Refracts
is.
10Course nerves a bit. Refracts
(B)⸣
[is refracts]is refracts is.
10Course nerves a bit. Refracts
is.
10Course nerves a bit. Refracts
(is it?) heat. Let me
447 see. Cider. Yes, bottle of
11 cider.


448
12What's that? Mr Dedalus said. I was only vamping, man.


449
13Come on, come on⧼:⧽:, Ben Dollard called. Begone dull care. Come, Bob.


450
14He ambled Dollard, bulky slops, before them (hold that fellow with
451
15 the: hold him now) into the saloon. He plumped him Dollard on the stool.
452
16 His gouty paws plumped chords. Plumped, stopped abrupt.


453
17Bald Pat in the doorway met tealess gold returning. Bothered, he
454
18 wanted Power and cider. Bronze by the window, watched, bronze from
455
19 afar.


456
20Jingle a tinkle jaunted.


457
21Bloom heard⧼.⧽. a jing, a little sound. He's off. Light sob of breath
22 Bloom
458 sighed on the silent bluehued⸢DbluehuedD⸣ flowers. Jingling. He's gone. Jingle.
23 Hear.


459
24Love
and War, Ben, Mr Dedalus said. God be with old times.


460
25Miss Douce's brave eyes, unregarded, turned from the crossblind,
461
26 smitten by sunlight. Gone. Pensive (who knows?), smitten (the smiting
462
27light), she lowered the dropblind with a sliding cord. She drew down
463
28 pensive (why did he go so quick ⸢(B)[after]after when when (B)⸣ [after]after when when I?) about her bronze,
29over the bar
464 where bald stood by sister gold, inexquisite contrast, contrast
30inexquisite
465nonexquisite,
⸢(B)contrast
30inexquisite
465nonexquisite,(B)⸣
slow cool dim⸢(B)dim(B)⸣ seagreen sliding depth of
31 shadow, eau de Nil.


466
32Poor old Goodwin was the pianist that night, Father Cowley reminded
467
33 them. There was a slight difference of opinion between himself and the
468 ⸢(B)[ grandgrand piano.] grandgrand piano.
34 Collard grand.

34 Collard grand.
(B)⸣
[ grandgrand piano.] grandgrand piano.
34 Collard grand.

34 Collard grand.


469
35There was.


470
1A symposium all his own, Mr Dedalus said. The devil wouldn't stop him.
471
2 He was a crotchety old fellow in the primary stage of drink.


472
3God, do you remember? Ben bulky Dollard said, turning from the
473
4 punished keyboard. And by Japers I had no wedding garment.


474
5They laughed all three. He had no wed. ⸢D[They all three]They all three All trio All trio D⸣ [They all three]They all three All trio All trio
6 laughed. No wedding
475 garment.


476
7Our friend Bloom turned in handy that night, Mr Dedalus said. Where's
477
8 my pipe, by the way?


478
9He wandered back to the bar to the lost chord pipe. Bald Pat carried
479
10 two diners' ⸢(B)[drinks.]drinks. drinks, Richie and Poldy. drinks, Richie and Poldy. (B)⸣ [drinks.]drinks. drinks, Richie and Poldy. drinks, Richie and Poldy. And Father Cowley
11 laughed again.


480
12I saved the situation, Ben, I think.


481
13You did, averred Ben Dollard. I remember those tight trousers too. That
482
14 was a brilliant idea, Bob.


483
15Father Cowley blushed to his brilliant purply lobes. He saved the
484
16 situa. Tight trou. Brilliant ide.⸢(B)Tight trou. Brilliant ide.(B)⸣


485
17I knew he was on the rocks, he said. The wife was playing the piano in
486
18 the coffee palace on Saturdays for a very trifling consideration⸢(B)for a very trifling consideration(B)⸣ and who
487
19 was it ⸢(B)[told me]told me gave me the wheeze gave me the wheeze (B)⸣ [told me]told me gave me the wheeze gave me the wheeze she was doing the other business?
20 Do you
488 remember? We had to search ⸢(B)[half Holles street first]half Holles street first all Holles
21street to find them
all Holles
21street to find them
(B)⸣
[half Holles street first]half Holles street first all Holles
21street to find them
all Holles
21street to find them
till the chap in
489 Keogh's gave us the number.
22 ⧼Remembered⧽Remembered Remember?


490
23Ben remembered, his broad visage wondering.


491
24By God, she had some ⸢(B)[splendid operaopera cloaks]splendid operaopera cloaks luxurious
25operacloaks
luxurious
25operacloaks
(B)⸣
[splendid operaopera cloaks]splendid operaopera cloaks luxurious
25operacloaks
luxurious
25operacloaks
and things there.


492
26Mr Dedalus wandered back, pipe in hand.


493
27Merrion square ⸢(B)[affairs.]affairs. style. style. (B)⸣ [affairs.]affairs. style. style. Balldresses, by God, and court
28 dresses. He
494 wouldn't take any money either. [(B)And costumes, by God.]And costumes, by God.
29 What? ⸢(B)[All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. ]All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?
Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?
(B)⸣
[All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. ]All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?
Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?
⸢(B)[All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. ]All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?
Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?
(B)⸣
[All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. ]All kinds of ... What? Doublets and trunk hose. Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?
Any God's
30quantity of cocked hats
495and boleros and trunkhose. What?

[(B)
31Mr Dedalus nodded.]

31Mr Dedalus nodded.


496
32Ay, ay, ⸢(B)[he said.]he said. Mr Dedalus nodded. Mr Dedalus nodded. (B)⸣ [he said.]he said. Mr Dedalus nodded. Mr Dedalus nodded. Mrs Marion Bloom has left off
33 clothes of all
497 descriptions.


498
34Jingle jaunted down the quays. Blazes sprawled on bounding tyres.


499
35Liver and bacon. Steak and kidney pie. Right, sir. Right, Pat.


500
36Mrs Marion. Met him pike hoses. Smell of burn. Of Paul de
37 Kock.
501 Nice name he.


502
1What's this her name was? A buxom ⸢(B)[piece.]piece. lassy. lassy. (B)⸣ [piece.]piece. lassy. lassy. Marion ...?


503
2Tweedy.


504
3Yes. Is she alive?


505
4And kicking.


506
5She was a daughter of ...


507
6Daughter of the regiment.


508
7Yes, begad. I remember the old drummajor.


509
8Mr Dedalus struck, whizzed, lit, puffed savoury puff after


510
9Irish? I don't know, faith. Is she, Simon?


511
10Puff after stiff, a puff⧼:⧽:, strong, savoury, crackling.


512
11Buccinator muscle is ... What? ... Bit rusty ... O, she is ... My Irish
12 Molly,
513 O.


514
13He puffed a pungent plumy blast.


515
14From the rock of Gibraltar ... all the way.


516
15They pined in depth of ocean shadow, gold by the beerpull, bronze by
517
16 maraschino, thoughtful all two. Mina Kennedy, 4 Lismore terrace,
518
17 Drumcondra with Idolores, a queen, Dolores, ⸢1Dolores, 1⸣ silent.


519
18Pat served, uncovered dishes. Leopold cut ⸢(B)[liver slices, streaky
19bacon.]
liver slices, streaky
19bacon.
liverslices. liverslices. (B)⸣
[liver slices, streaky
19bacon.]
liver slices, streaky
19bacon.
liverslices. liverslices.
As said before
520 he ate with relish the inner organs,
20 nutty gizzards, fried cods' roes while
521 Richie Goulding, Collis, Ward ate
21 steak and kidney, steak then kidney, bite
522 by bite of pie he ate Bloom ate they
22 ate.


523
23Bloom with Goulding, married in silence, ate. Dinners fit for princes.


524
24By Bachelor's walk jogjaunty jingled Blazes Boylan, bachelor, in sun
525
25 in heat, mare's glossy rump atrot, with flick of whip, on bounding tyres:
526
26 sprawled, warmseated, ⸢(B)[impatientsouled, boldsouled.]impatientsouled, boldsouled. Boylan impatience,
27ardentbold.
Boylan impatience,
27ardentbold.
(B)⸣
[impatientsouled, boldsouled.]impatientsouled, boldsouled. Boylan impatience,
27ardentbold.
Boylan impatience,
27ardentbold.
Horn. Have you
527 the? Horn. Have you the? Haw haw horn.


528
28Over their voices Dollard bassooned attack, booming over
529
29 bombarding chords:


530
30When
love absorbs my ardent soul ...


531
31Roll of Bensoulbenjamin rolled to the quivery loveshivery
32roofpanes.
⸢1
531
31Roll of Bensoulbenjamin rolled to the quivery loveshivery
32roofpanes.1⸣


532
33War! War! cried Father Cowley. You're the warrior.


533
34So I am, Ben ⸢D[Dollard]Dollard Warrior Warrior D⸣ [Dollard]Dollard Warrior Warrior laughed. I was thinking of your
35landlord. Love or
534money.
⸢DI was thinking of your
35landlord. Love or
534money.D⸣


535
1He stopped. He wagged huge beard, huge face over his blunder huge.


536
2Sure, you'd burst the tympanum of her ear, man, Mr Dedalus said
537
3 through smoke aroma, with an organ like yours.


538
4In bearded⸢(B)bearded(B)⸣ abundant laughter Dollard shook upon the keyboard.
5 He
539 would.


540
6Not to mention another membrane, Father Cowley added. Half time,
541
7Ben. Amoroso ma non troppo. Let me then.


542
8Miss Kennedy served two gentlemen with tankards of cool stout. She
543
9 passed a remark. It was indeed, first gentleman said, beautiful weather.
544
10 They drank cool stout. Did she know where the lord lieutenant was going?
545
11 And heard steelhoofs ringhoof ring. No, she couldn't say. But it would be
546
12 in the paper. O, she need not trouble. No trouble. She waved about her
547
13 outspread Independent, searching, the lord lieutenant, her pinnacles of
14 hair
548 slowmoving, lord lieuten. Too much trouble, ⧼O⧽O first gentleman ⸢(B)[said
15it was.]
said
15it was.
said. said. (B)⸣
[said
15it was.]
said
15it was.
said. said.
O, not ⸢(B)[at all.]at all. in
549the least.
in
549the least.
(B)⸣
[at all.]at all. in
549the least.
in
549the least.
Way he looked that. Lord
16 lieutenant. Gold by bronze heard iron
550steel.


551
17.............. my ardent soul


552
18I care not foror
the morrow.


553
19In liver gravy Bloom mashed mashed potatoes. Love and War
554
20 someone is. Ben Dollard's famous. Night he ran round to us to borrow a
555
21 dress suit for ⸢(B)[the]the that that (B)⸣ [the]the that that concert. Trousers tight as a drum on him.
22Musical
556porkers.
⸢D
22Musical
556porkers.D⸣
Molly did laugh when he went out. Threw herself back
23 across the
557 bed, screaming, kicking. With all his belongings on show. O
24 saints above,
558 I'm drenched! O, the women in the front row! O, I never
25 laughed so ⸢1[much!]much! many! many! 1⸣ [much!]much! many! many!
559 Well, of course that's what gives him the base
26 barreltone. For instance
560 eunuchs. Wonder who's playing. Nice touch. Must
27 be Cowley. Musical.
561 Knows what⧽what whatever whatever what⧽what whatever whatever note you play. Bad breath
28 he has, poor chap. Stopped.


562
29Miss Douce, engaging, Lydia Douce, bowed to suave solicitor,⸢(B)solicitor,(B)⸣
30 George
563 Lidwell, [(B)solicitor,]solicitor, [(B)solicitor,]solicitor, gentleman, entering. Good afternoon. She
31 gave her moist (a lady's)
564 hand to his firm clasp. Afternoon. Yes, she was
32back. To the old dingdong
565again.
⸢DYes, she was
32back. To the old dingdong
565again.D⸣


566
33Your friends are inside, Mr Lidwell.


567
34George Lidwell, suave,⸢(B)suave,(B)⸣ solicited, held a ⸢1[Lydia's hand.]Lydia's hand.
35lydiahand.

35lydiahand.
1⸣
[Lydia's hand.]Lydia's hand.
35lydiahand.

35lydiahand.


568
1Jingle.
⸢B
568
1Jingle.B⸣

568
1Jingle.
⸢B
568
1Jingle.B⸣


569
2Bloom ate liv as said beforeas said before. Clean here at least. That chap in the
570
3 Burton, gummy with gristle. ⸢(B)[Not many here,]Not many here, No‐one here: No‐one here: (B)⸣ [Not many here,]Not many here, No‐one here: No‐one here: Goulding
4 and I. Clean tables,
571 flowers, mitres of napkins. Pat to and fro. Bald Pat.
5 Nothing to do. Best
572 value in Dub.


573
6Piano again. Cowley it is. Way he sits in to it, like one together,
574
7 mutual understanding. Tiresome shapers scraping fiddles, eye on the
575
8bowend,
⸢Deye on the
575
8bowend,D⸣
sawing the cello, remind you of toothache. Her high long ⧼snore
9
snore
9
snore.
⸢5Her high long ⧼snore
9
snore
9
snore.5⸣

576 Night we were in the box. ⸢(B)[Brasses]Brasses Trombone Trombone (B)⸣ [Brasses]Brasses Trombone Trombone under
10 blowing like a grampus,
577 between the acts,⸢1 between the acts,1⸣ other brass chap⸢(B)other brass chap(B)⸣
11 unscrewing, emptying spittle.
578 Conductor's legs too, bagstrousers, jiggedy
12 jiggedy. Do right to hide them.


579
13Jiggedy jingle jaunty jaunty.

579
13Jiggedy jingle jaunty jaunty.


580
14Only the harp. Lovely. Gold glowering light. Girl touched it. Poop
15 of
581 a lovely. Gravy's rather good fit for a. Golden ship. Erin. The harp that
582 ⸢(B)[once.]once.
16 once or twice.

16 once or twice.
(B)⸣
[once.]once.
16 once or twice.

16 once or twice.
Cool hands. Ben Howth⧼.⧽., the rhododendrons.
17 We are their
583 harps. He.⧽He. I. I. He.⧽He. I. I. He. Old. Young.


584
18Ah, I couldn't, man, Mr Dedalus said, ⸢(B)[shy and]shy and shy, shy, (B)⸣ [shy and]shy and shy, shy, listless.


585
19Strongly.


586
20Go on, blast you! Ben Dollard growled. Get it out in bits.


587
21M'appari
, Simon, Father Cowley said.


588
22Down stage he strode some paces, grave, tall in affliction, his long
589
23 arms outheld. Hoarsely the apple of his throat hoarsed softly. Softly he
590
24 sang to a dusty seascape there: A Last Farewell. A headland, a ship, a sail
591
25 upon the billows. Farewell. A lovely girl, her veil awave upon the wind upon
592
26 the headland, wind around her.


593
27Cowley sang:


594
28
M'appari tutt'amor:

595
29
Il mio sguardo l'incontr⸢Dl'incontrD⸣  ...


596
30She waved, unhearing ⸢(B)[him,]him, Cowley, Cowley, (B)⸣ [him,]him, Cowley, Cowley, her veil, to one departing,
31 dear one, to
597wind,
⸢(B)to
597wind,(B)⸣
love, speeding sail,⸢(B)speeding sail,(B)⸣ return.


598
32Go on, Simon.


599
33Ah, sure, my dancing days are done, Ben ... Well ...


600
34Mr Dedalus laid his pipe to rest beside the tuningfork and, sitting,
601
35 touched the obedient keys.


602
1No, Simon, Father Cowley turned. Play it in the original. One flat.


603
2The keys, obedient, rose higher, told, faltered, confessed, confused.


604
3Up stage strode Father Cowley.


605
4Here, Simon, I'll accompany you, he said. Get up.


606
5By Graham Lemon's pineapple rock, by Elvery's elephant ⸢B[jingle]jingle
6jingle⧽

6jingle
jingly

6jingle⧽

6jingle
jingly
B⸣
[jingle]jingle
6jingle⧽

6jingle
jingly

6jingle⧽

6jingle
jingly

607 jogged.


608
7Steak, kidney, liver, mashed, at meat fit for princes sat princes Bloom
609
8 and Goulding. Princes at meat they raised and drank, Power and cider.


610
9Most beautiful tenor air ever written, Richie said: Sonnambula. He
611
10 heard Joe Maas sing that one night. Ah, what M‘Guckin! Yes. In his way.
612
11Choirboy style. Maas was the boy. Massboy.
⸢(B)Ah, what M‘Guckin! Yes. In his way.
612
11Choirboy style. Maas was the boy. Massboy.(B)⸣
⸢(B)[That was a]That was a A A (B)⸣ [That was a]That was a A A lyrical
12 tenor if you like.
613 Never forget it. Never.⸢(B)Never.(B)⸣

⸢(B)[Bloom tenderly]Bloom tenderly
614
13 Tenderly Bloom

614
13 Tenderly Bloom
(B)⸣
[Bloom tenderly]Bloom tenderly
614
13 Tenderly Bloom

614
13 Tenderly Bloom
over liverless bacon saw the ⧼s⧽s
14tightened ⸢(B)[face before him. Backache.]face before him. Backache. features strain.
615Backache he.
features strain.
615Backache he.
(B)⸣
[face before him. Backache.]face before him. Backache. features strain.
615Backache he.
features strain.
615Backache he.

15 Bright's bright ⧼it⧽it eye. Next item on the programme. Paying the
616piper.
⸢DPaying the
616piper.D⸣

16 Pills, pounded bread, worth a guinea a box. Stave it off awhile. Sings
617too:
17 Down among the dead men. Appropriate. Kidney pie. Sweets to the.
618 Not
18 making much hand of it. Best value in. Characteristic of him. Power.
619
19 Particular about his drink. Flaw in the glass, fresh Vartry water.⸢DFlaw in the glass, fresh Vartry water.D⸣
20 Fecking
620 matches from counters to save. Then squander a sovereign in dribs
21 and
621 drabs. And when he's wanted not a farthing. Screwed ⧼refuse⧽refuse
22refusing to pay his
622fare.
⸢DScrewed ⧼refuse⧽refuse
22refusing to pay his
622fare.D⸣
Curious types.


623
23Never would Richie forget that night. As long as he lived: never. In
624
24 the gods of the old Royal with little Peake. And when the first note.


625
25Speech paused on Richie's lips.


626
26Coming out with a whopper now. Rhapsodies about damn all.
627
27 Believes his own lies. Does really. Wonderful liar. But want a good
28memory.
⸢DBut want a good
28memory.D⸣


628
29Which air is that? asked Leopold Bloom.


629
30All is lost now.

629
30All is lost now.


630
31Richie cocked his lips ⸢(B)[upout.]upout. apout. apout. (B)⸣ [upout.]upout. apout. apout. A low incipient note sweet
32banshee
⸢3
32banshee3⸣

631murmured: all. A thrush. A throstle. His breath, birdsweet, good
33 ⧼hh teeth he's
632 proud of, fluted with plaintive woe. Is lost. Rich sound. Two
34 notes in onein one
633 ⸢(B)[there like that blackbird]there like that blackbird there. Blackbird there. Blackbird (B)⸣ [there like that blackbird]there like that blackbird there. Blackbird there. Blackbird I heard in the
35 hawthorn valley. Taking my notes⧽notes motives motives notes⧽notes motives motives he
634twined and turned them.
36All most too new call is lost in all.
⸢5
36All most too new call is lost in all.5⸣
Echo. How
635sweet the answer.
⸢DTaking my notes⧽notes motives motives notes⧽notes motives motives he
634twined and turned them.
36All most too new call is lost in all.
⸢5
36All most too new call is lost in all.5⸣
Echo. How
635sweet the answer.D⸣
How is
37 that done? All lost now. Mournful he whistled.
636 Fall, surrender, lost.

[(B)
637
1Leopold]

637
1Leopold
Bloom bent leopold⸢(B)leopold(B)⸣ ear, turning a fringe of doyley
2 down under the
638 vase. Order. Yes, I remember. Lovely air. In sleep she went
3 to him.
639 Innocence ,⧽, in the moon. Brave. Don't know their danger. in the moon. Brave. Don't know their danger. ,⧽, in the moon. Brave. Don't know their danger. in the moon. Brave. Don't know their danger.
4Still hold her
640 back. Call name. Touch water. Jingle jaunty. Too late. She
5 longed to go.
641 That's why. Woman. As easy stop the sea. Yes: all is lost.


642
6A beautiful air, ⸢(B)[Bloom said.]Bloom said. said Bloom lost Leopold. said Bloom lost Leopold. (B)⸣ [Bloom said.]Bloom said. said Bloom lost Leopold. said Bloom lost Leopold. I know it well.


643
7Never in all his life had Richie Goulding.


644
8He knows it well too. Or he feels. Still harping on my⧽my his his my⧽my his his
9daughter.
⸢3Still harping on my⧽my his his my⧽my his his
9daughter.3⸣
Wise
645 child that knows her father, Dedalus said. Me?


646
10Bloom askance over liverless saw. Face of the all is lost. Rollicking
647
11 Richie once. ⸢(B)[Old stale jokes]Old stale jokes Jokes old stale Jokes old stale (B)⸣ [Old stale jokes]Old stale jokes Jokes old stale Jokes old stale now. Wagging his ear.
12 Napkinring in his eye.
648 Now begging letters he sends his son with.
13Crosseyed Walter sir I did sir.
649Wouldn't trouble only I was expecting some
14money. Apologise.
⸢D Now begging letters he sends his son with.
13Crosseyed Walter sir I did sir.
649Wouldn't trouble only I was expecting some
14money. Apologise.D⸣


650
15Piano again. Sounds better than last time I heard. Tuned probably.
651
16 Stopped again.


652
17Dollard and Cowley still urged the lingering singer out with it.


653
18With it, Simon.


654
19It, Simon.


655
20Ladies and gentlemen, I am most deeply obliged by your kind
656
21 solicitations.


657
22It, Simon.


658
23I have no money but if you will lend me your attention I shall endeavour
659
24 to sing to you of a heart bowed down.


660
25By the sandwichbell in screening shadow Lydia, her bronze and
26 rose,
661 a lady's grace, gave and withheld: ⸢(B)[and]and as as (B)⸣ [and]and as as in cool glaucous eau
27 de Nil Mina to
662 tankards
to
662 tankards
two⸢(B)two(B)⸣ her pinnacles of gold.


663
28The harping chords of prelude closed. A chord, longdrawn,
664
29expectant, drew a voice away.


665
30When first I saw that form endearing
 ...


666
31Richie turned.


667
32Si Dedalus' voice, he said.


668
33 Braintipped, cheek touched with flame, they listened feeling that
34flow
669endearing flow over skin limbs human heart soul spine.
⸢D Braintipped, cheek touched with flame, they listened feeling that
34flow
669endearing flow over skin limbs human heart soul spine.D⸣
Bloom signed
35 to
670 Pat, bald Pat is a waiter hard of hearing, to set ajar the door of the bar.
36 The
671 door of the bar. So. That will do. Pat, waiter, ⸢1[waited to hear]waited to hear
37waited, waiting to hear,

37waited, waiting to hear,
1⸣
[waited to hear]waited to hear
37waited, waiting to hear,

37waited, waiting to hear,
for he
672was
⸢(B)for he
672was(B)⸣
hard of hear by the door.


673
1 ... Sorrow from me seemed to depart.


674
2Through the hush of air a voice sang to them, low, not rain, not leaves
675
3 in murmur, like no voice of strings or reeds or ⸢5[what do you call them]what do you call them
4whatdoyoucallthem

4whatdoyoucallthem
5⸣
[what do you call them]what do you call them
4whatdoyoucallthem

4whatdoyoucallthem

676dulcimers touching their still ears with words, still
5 hearts of their each his
677 remembered lives. Good, good to hear: sorrow from
6 them each seemed to
678 from both depart when first they heard. When first
7 they saw, lost Richie
679 Poldy, mercy of beauty, heard from a person
8 wouldn't expect ⧼in⧽in it in the least,
680her first merciful lovesoft oftloved⸢3oftloved3⸣
9 word.


681
10Love that is singing: love's old sweet song. Bloom unwound slowly
682
11 the elastic band of his packet. Love's old sweet sonnez la gold. Bloom
683
12 wound [(B)it in]it in a skein round four forkfingers, stretched it, relaxed, and
13 wound it
684 round his troubled double, fourfold, in ⸢1[octave:]octave: octave, octave, 1⸣ [octave:]octave: octave, octave, gyved
14 them fast.


685
15Full of hope and all delighted
 ...


686
16Tenors get women by the score. Increase their flow. Throw flower at
687
17his feet. When will we meet? My head it simply.
⸢DIncrease their flow. Throw flower at
687
17his feet. When will we meet? My head it simply.D⸣
Jingle all delighted. He
688
18 can't sing for tall hats. Your head it simply swurls. Perfumed for him. What
689
19 perfume does your wife? I want to know. ⸢(B)[Jingle.]Jingle. Jing. Jing. (B)⸣ [Jingle.]Jingle. Jing. Jing. Stop. Knock.
20 Last look at
690 mirror always before she answers the door. The hall. There?
21 How do you?
691 I do well. There? What? Or? Phial of >comfits⧽comfits
22cachous,

22cachous,
<
comfits⧽comfits
22cachous,

22cachous,
>comfits⧽comfits
22cachous,

22cachous,
<
comfits⧽comfits
22cachous,

22cachous,
kissing comfits, in her
692 satchel. Yes? Hands felt for the
23 opulent.


693
24Alas the voice rose, sighing, changed: loud, full, shining, proud.


694
25But alas, 'twas idle dreaming
 ...


695
26Glorious tone he has still. Cork air softer also their brogue.⸢DCork air softer also their brogue.D⸣ Silly
27 man!
696 Could have made oceans of money. Singing wrong words.⸢1Singing wrong words.1⸣ Wore
28 out his
697 wife: now sings. But hard to tell. Only the two themselves. If he
29 doesn't
698 break down. Keep a trot for the avenue. ⧼Hands⧽Hands His hands and
30feet sing too.
⸢DKeep a trot for the avenue. ⧼Hands⧽Hands His hands and
30feet sing too. D⸣
Drink.
699 Nerves overstrung. ⸢(B)[Singers must be abstemious.]Singers must be abstemious.
31Must be abstemious to sing.

31Must be abstemious to sing.
(B)⸣
[Singers must be abstemious.]Singers must be abstemious.
31Must be abstemious to sing.

31Must be abstemious to sing.
Jenny Lind soup: stock,
700sage, raw eggs, half
32pint of cream. For creamy dreamy.
⸢4Jenny Lind soup: stock,
700sage, raw eggs, half
32pint of cream. For creamy dreamy. 4⸣


701
33Tenderness it welled⧼,⧽,: slow, swelling, full it throbbed⧼..⧽... That's the
34 chat.
702 Ha, give! Take! Throb, a throb, a pulsing proud erect.


703
35Words? Music? No: it's what's behind.


704
36Bloom looped, unlooped, noded, disnoded.


705
1Bloom. Flood of warm jamjam lickitup secretness flowed to flow ⸢(B)[out in music,]out in music,
2 in
706music out,

2 in
706music out,
(B)⸣
[out in music,]out in music,
2 in
706music out,

2 in
706music out,
in desire, dark to lick flow invading.
3Tipping her tepping her
707tapping her topping her.
⸢1
3Tipping her tepping her
707tapping her topping her.1⸣
Tup. Pores to dilate
4 dilating. Tup. The joy the feel
708 the warm the. Tup. To pour o'er sluices
5 pouring gushes. Flood, gush, flow,
709 joygush, tupthrob. Now! Language of
6 love.


710
7 ... ray of hope is ⸢B is B⸣  ...


711
8Beaming. Lydia for Lidwell squeak scarcely hear so ladylike the muse
712
9 unsqueaked a ⸢3[cork.]cork. ray of hopk. ray of hopk. 3⸣ [cork.]cork. ray of hopk. ray of hopk.


713
10Martha
⧼,⧽, it is. Coincidence. Just going to write. Lionel's song. Lovely
714
11 name you have. Can't write. Accept my little pres. Play on her
12heartstrings⧼,⧽,
715pursestrings too.
⸢DPlay on her
12heartstrings⧼,⧽,
715pursestrings too.D⸣
She's a. I called you naughty boy. Still the
13 name: Martha.
716 How ⸢(B)[strange.]strange. strange! strange! (B)⸣ [strange.]strange. strange! strange! Today.⸢(B)Today.(B)⸣


717
14The voice of Lionel⸢(B)of Lionel(B)⸣ returned, weaker but unwearied. It sang
15 again to
718 Richie Poldy Lydia Lidwell also sang to Pat open mouth ear
16waiting to
719 wait. How first he saw that form endearing, how sorrow seemed
17 to part,
720 how look, form, word charmed him Gould Lidwell, won Pat
18 Bloom's heart.


721
19Wish I could see his face, though. Explain better. Why the barber in
722
20 Drago's always looked my face when I spoke his face in the glass. Still
21hear
723it better here than in the bar though farther.
⸢DStill
21hear
723it better here than in the bar though farther.D⸣


724
22Each graceful look
 ....


725
23First night ⸢(B)[I met]I met when first I saw when first I saw (B)⸣ [I met]I met when first I saw when first I saw her at Mat Dillon's in ⸢(B)[Roundtown.]Roundtown.
24 Terenure.

24 Terenure.
(B)⸣
[Roundtown.]Roundtown.
24 Terenure.

24 Terenure.
Yellow,
726 black lace she wore. Musical chairs.
25 We two the last. Fate. [(B)Fate.]Fate. After her. Fate.⸢(B)Fate.(B)⸣
727 Round and ⸢(B)[round.
26Slow. Quick. Round. We.]
round.
26Slow. Quick. Round. We.
round slow. Quick round. We two. round slow. Quick round. We two. (B)⸣
[round.
26Slow. Quick. Round. We.]
round.
26Slow. Quick. Round. We.
round slow. Quick round. We two. round slow. Quick round. We two.
All looked.
27 Halt. ⸢(B)[She]She Down she Down she (B)⸣ [She]She Down she Down she
728 sat. All ousted looked.⸢DAll ousted looked.D⸣ Lips laughing.⸢(B)Lips laughing.(B)⸣
28 Yellow knees.


729
29Charmed my eye
 ...

⸢(B)[Then singing.]Then singing.
730
30 Singing.

730
30 Singing.
(B)⸣
[Then singing.]Then singing.
730
30 Singing.

730
30 Singing.
Waiting she sang. I turned her music.
31 Full voice of ⸢(B)[perfumes]perfumes perfume perfume (B)⸣ [perfumes]perfumes perfume perfume
731 of ⸢(B)[the]the what perfume does your what perfume does your (B)⸣ [the]the what perfume does your what perfume does your
32 lilactrees. Bosom I saw, both full, throat
732 warbling. ⸢(B)[When first]When first First First (B)⸣ [When first]When first First First I
33 saw. She thanked me. Why did she me? Fate.⸢(B)Fate.(B)⸣ Spanishy
733 eyes. Under a
34peartree alone patio this hour in old Madridin old Madrid one side in
734shadow Dolores
35shedolores.
⸢1Under a
34peartree alone patio this hour in old Madridin old Madrid one side in
734shadow Dolores
35shedolores.1⸣
At me. Luring. Ah, alluring.


735
36Martha! Ah, Martha!


736
1Quitting all languor ⸢(B)[he]he Lionel Lionel (B)⸣ [he]he Lionel Lionel cried in grief, in cry of passion
2dominant
⸢3
2dominant3⸣

737 to love to return with deepening ⸢(B)[and]and yet with yet with (B)⸣ [and]and yet with yet with rising
3 chords of harmony. In cry
738 of lionel⸢(B)lionel(B)⸣ loneliness that she should know,
4 must martha⸢(B)martha(B)⸣ feel. For only⸢(B)only(B)⸣ her he
739 waited. Where? Here there try
5there here all try where.
⸢3Here there try
5there here all try where.3⸣
Somewhere.


740
6
Co‐ome, thou lost one!


741
7Co‐ome, thou dear one!


742
8Alone. One love. One hope. One comfort me. Martha, chestnote, chestnote,
743
9return!


744
10 Come !  ⧽ ! ...! 


745
11 It soared, a bird, it held its flight, a swift pure cry, soar silver orb it
746
12 leaped serene, speeding, sustained, to come, don't spin it out too long long
747
13 breath he breath long life, soaring high, high resplendent, ⸢(B)[crowned,
14aflame,]
crowned,
14aflame,
aflame, crowned, aflame, crowned, (B)⸣
[crowned,
14aflame,]
crowned,
14aflame,
aflame, crowned, aflame, crowned,

748 high in the effulgence symbolisticsymbolistic, high, of
15 the etherial ⸢(B)[bosom⧼.⧽. high of the vast irradiation, high,]bosom⧼.⧽. high of the vast irradiation, high, bosom, high, of
16the
749high vast irradiation
bosom, high, of
16the
749high vast irradiation
(B)⸣
[bosom⧼.⧽. high of the vast irradiation, high,]bosom⧼.⧽. high of the vast irradiation, high, bosom, high, of
16the
749high vast irradiation
bosom, high, of
16the
749high vast irradiation
everywhere all soaring all around about the all,
17 the
750endlessnessnessness .......


751
18To
me! 


752
19 Siopold!⸢3Siopold!3⸣


753
20Consumed.


754
21Come. Well sung. All clapped. She ought to. Come. To me, to him, to
755
22 her, you too, me, us.


756
23 ⸢(B)[Bravo.]Bravo.Bravo!Bravo! (B)⸣ [Bravo.]Bravo.Bravo!Bravo! Clapclap. Good man, Simon. Clappyclapclap.
24 Encore!
757Clapclipclap clap. Sound as a bell. Bravo, Simon! Clapclopclap.
25 Encore,
758 enclap, said, cried, clapped all, Ben Dollard, Lydia Douce, George
26 Lidwell,
759 Pat, Mina Kennedy, two gentlemen with two tankards, Cowley,
27 first gent
760 with tank and bronze miss Douce and gold miss Mina.


761
28Blazes Boylan's smart tan shoes creaked on the barfloor, said before.
762
29 Jingle by monuments of sir John Gray⧼.⧽., Horatio ⸢(B)[Nelson, onearmed
30handled

30handled
adulterer,]
Nelson, onearmed
30handled

30handled
adulterer,
onehandled Nelson, onehandled Nelson, (B)⸣
[Nelson, onearmed
30handled

30handled
adulterer,]
Nelson, onearmed
30handled

30handled
adulterer,
onehandled Nelson, onehandled Nelson,

763 reverend father Theobald
31Mathew, jaunted, as ⸢(B)[said.]said. said before just now. said before just now. (B)⸣ [said.]said. said before just now. said before just now. Atrot,
764 in heat,
32 heatseated. Cloche. Sonnez la. Cloche. Sonnez la. Slower the mare
765 went up
33 the hill by the Rotunda, Rutland square. Too slow for Boylan,
766 ⸢(B)[Blazes]Blazes
34blazes

34blazes
(B)⸣
[Blazes]Blazes
34blazes

34blazes
Boylan, impatience Boylan, joggled the mare.


767
1An afterclang of Cowley's chords closed, died on the air made richer.


768
2And Richie Goulding drank his Power and Leopold Bloom his cider
769
3 drank, Lidwell his Guinness, second gentleman said they would partake of
770
4 two more tankards if she did not mind. ⸢(B)[She]She Miss Kennedy Miss Kennedy (B)⸣ [She]She Miss Kennedy Miss Kennedy smiled,⧽smiled,
5smirked,

5smirked,
smiled,⧽smiled,
5smirked,

5smirked,
disserving,
771 coral lips, at first, at second. She did not mind.


772
6Seven days in jail, Ben Dollard said, on bread and water. Then you'd
773
7 sing, Simon, like a garden thrush.

⸢(B)[The singer Simon]The singer Simon
774
8 Lionel Simon, singer,

774
8 Lionel Simon, singer,
(B)⸣
[The singer Simon]The singer Simon
774
8 Lionel Simon, singer,

774
8 Lionel Simon, singer,
laughed. Father Bob⸢(B)Bob(B)⸣
9 Cowley played. Mina
775 Kennedy served. Second gentleman paid. Tom
10 Kernan strutted in. Lydia,
776 admired, admired. But Bloom sang dumb.⸢1But Bloom sang dumb.1⸣


777
11Admiring.


778
12Richie, admiring, descanted on that man's glorious voice. He
779
13remembered one ⸢(B)[night.]night. night long ago. night long ago. (B)⸣ [night.]night. night long ago. night long ago. Never forget that night. Si
14 sang 'Twas
780 rank and fame
: in Ned Lambert's 'twas. Good God he never
15 heard in all his
781 life a note like that he never did then false one we had better
16 part
so clear so
782 God he never heard since love lives not a clinking voice
17lives
not
⸢B
17lives
not B⸣
ask
783 Lambert he can tell you too.


784
18Goulding, a flush struggling in his pale, told Mr Bloom, face of the
785
19night, Si in Ned Lambert's, Dedalus house, 🕮 sang 'Twas rank and fame.


786
20Mr Bloom⧽

786
20Mr Bloom
He, Mr Bloom, He, Mr Bloom,

786
20Mr Bloom⧽

786
20Mr Bloom
He, Mr Bloom, He, Mr Bloom,
listened while Richie Goulding⧽Richie Goulding he,
21 Richie Goulding,
he,
21 Richie Goulding,
Richie Goulding⧽Richie Goulding he,
21 Richie Goulding,
he,
21 Richie Goulding,
told him, Mr
787Bloom, of the night he, Richie, heard
22 him, Si Dedalus, sing 'Twas rank and
788 fame
in his, Ned Lambert's, house.


789
23Brothers‐in‐law: relations. relations. We never speak as we pass by.⸢DWe never speak as we pass by.D⸣ Rift
24 in the
790 lute I think. Treats him with scorn. See. He admires him all the more.
25 The
791night Si sang. The human voice, two tiny silky chords, wonderful,
26 more
792 than all others.


793
27That voice was a lamentation. Calmer now. It's in the silence after
794
28 you feel you hear. Vibrations. Now silent air.


795
29Bloom ungyved his crisscrossed hands and with slack fingers
30 plucked
796 the slender catgut thong. He drew and plucked. It buzz, it⸢(B)buzz, it(B)⸣
31 twanged. While
797 Goulding talked of Barraclough's voice production, while
32 Tom Kernan,
798 harking back in a retrospective sort of⸢(B)sort of(B)⸣ arrangement
33 talked to listening
799 Father Cowley, who played a voluntary, who nodded as
34 he played. While
800 big Ben Dollard talked with Simon Dedalus, lighting,
35 who nodded as he
801 smoked, who smoked.


802
1Thou lost one. All songs ⸢(B)[about]about on on (B)⸣ [about]about on on that theme. Yet more Bloom
2 stretched his
803 string. Cruel it seems. Let people get fond of each other: lure
3 them on. Then
804 tear asunder. Death. Explos. Knock on the head.
4 Outtohelloutofthat.
805 Human life. Dignam. Ugh, that rat's tail wriggling!
5 Five bob I gave. Corpus
806 paradisum.
Corncrake croaker: belly like a
6 poisoned pup. Gone. They
807 sing. Forgotten. ⸢(B)[And I.]And I. I too. I too. (B)⸣ [And I.]And I. I too. I too. Then⧽Then ⸢(B)[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
(B)⸣
[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
⸢(B)[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
(B)⸣
[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
Then⧽Then ⸢(B)[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
(B)⸣
[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
⸢(B)[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
(B)⸣
[Or]Or
7 And

7 And
one day she with. Leave her: get tired.
808 Suffer then. Snivel.
8 Big spanishy eyes goggling at nothing. ⸢3[Hair uncombed.]Hair uncombed. Her
809
9wavyavyeavyheavyeavyevyevyhair un  comb:'d.
Her
809
9wavyavyeavyheavyeavyevyevyhair un  comb:'d.
3⸣
[Hair uncombed.]Hair uncombed. Her
809
9wavyavyeavyheavyeavyevyevyhair un  comb:'d.
Her
809
9wavyavyeavyheavyeavyevyevyhair un  comb:'d.


810
10Yet too much happy bores. He stretched ⸢(B)[yet]yet more, more, (B)⸣ [yet]yet more, more, more. Are
11 you not
811 happy in your? Twang. It snapped.


812
12Jingle into Dorset street.


813
13Miss Douce withdrew her satiny arm, reproachful, pleased.


814
14Don't make half so free, said she, till we are better acquainted.


815
15George Lidwell told her really and truly: but she did not believe.


816
16First gentleman told Mina that was so. She asked him was that so.
817
17 And second tankard told her so. That that was so.


818
18Miss Douce, miss Lydia, did not believe: miss Kennedy, Mina, did
19 not
819 believe: George Lidwell, no: miss Doumiss Dou did not , miss Dou⧽, miss Dou , miss Dou⧽, miss Dou : the
20 first, the first: gent with
820 the tank: believe, no, no: did not, miss Kenn:
21 ⧼Ly⧽Ly Lidlydiawell: the tank.


821
22Better write it here. Quills in the postoffice chewed and twisted.


822
23Bald Pat at a sign drew nigh. A pen and ink. ⧼A⧽A He went. A pad.
24 He
823 went. A pad to blot. He heard, deaf Pat.


824
25Yes, Mr Bloom said, teasing the curling catgut line. It certainly is. Few
825
26 lines will do. My present. All that Italian florid music is. Who is this wrote?
826
27 Know the name you know better. Take out sheet notepaper, envelope:
827
28unconcerned. It's so characteristic.


828
29Grandest number in the whole opera, Goulding said.


829
30It is, Bloom said.


830
31Numbers it is. All ⸢(B)[sounds]sounds music music (B)⸣ [sounds]sounds music music when you come to think. Two
32 plus⧽plus multiplied by multiplied by plus⧽plus multiplied by multiplied by
831 two multiplied⧽multiplied divided divided multiplied⧽multiplied divided divided by ⸢(B)[half. Two]half. Two half half (B)⸣ [half. Two]half. Two half half is
33 twice one. Vibrations: chords those are. One plus two
832 plus six is seven.
34 Do anything you like with ⸢(B)[figures, juggle about.]figures, juggle about. figures juggling. figures juggling. (B)⸣ [figures, juggle about.]figures, juggle about. figures juggling. figures juggling.
35 Always find
833 out this equal to that. Symmetry of the⧽of the under a under a of the⧽of the under a under a cemetery
1 wall. He doesn't see my
834 mourning. Callous: all for his own gut.
2 Musemathematics. And you think
835 you're listening to the etherial. But
3 suppose you said it like: Martha, seven
836 times nine minus x is ⧼thirty si⧽thirty si
4 thirtyfive thousand. Fall quite flat. It's on account of
837 the sounds it is.


838
5Instance he's playing now. Improvising.⸢DImprovising.D⸣ Might be what you like,
6 till
839 you hear the words. Want to listen sharp. Hard. ⸢(B)[Begin:]Begin: Begin all
7right:
Begin all
7right:
(B)⸣
[Begin:]Begin: Begin all
7right:
Begin all
7right:
then hear
840 chords a bit off: feel lost a bit. In and out of sacks, over
8barrels, through
841wirefences, obstacle race.
⸢DIn and out of sacks, over
8barrels, through
841wirefences, obstacle race.D⸣
Time makes the tune.
9 Question of mood you're
842 in. Still always nice to hear. Except scales up and
10 down, girls learning. Two
843together nextdoor neighbours.
⸢DTwo
843together nextdoor neighbours.D⸣
Ought to invent dummy pianos for that. ⸢3 Ought to invent dummy pianos for that. 3⸣
844 Milly no taste.
11 Queer because we both, I mean. Blumenlied I bought for
845her. The name.
12Playing it slow, a girl, night I came home, the girl. Door of
846the stables near
13Cecilia street.
⸢3 Blumenlied I bought for
845her. The name.
12Playing it slow, a girl, night I came home, the girl. Door of
846the stables near
13Cecilia street.3⸣


847
14Bald deaf Pat broughtbrought quite flat pad ink. Pat set with ink pen quite
848
15 flat pad. Pat took plate dish knife fork. Pat went.


849
16It was the only language Mr Dedalus said to Ben. He heard them as a
850
17 boy in Ringabella, Crosshaven, Ringabella, singing their barcaroles.
851
18 Queenstown harbour full of Italian ships. Walking, you know, Ben, in the
852
19 moonlight with those earthquake hats. Blending their voices. God, such
853
20music, Ben. Heard as a boy. Cross Ringabella haven mooncarole.⸢3Cross Ringabella haven mooncarole.3⸣


854
21Sour pipe removed he held a shield of hand beside his lips that ⸢(B)[sang]sang
22cooed

22cooed
(B)⸣
[sang]sang
22cooed

22cooed

855 a moonlight nightcall, clear from anear, a call from afar, replying.


856
23Down the edge of his Freeman baton ranged Bloom's, your other
24 eye,
857 scanning for where did I see⧼.⧽. that. Callan, Coleman, Dignam⧼,⧽, ⸢(B)[Patrick A.]Patrick A.
25 Patrick.

25 Patrick.
(B)⸣
[Patrick A.]Patrick A.
25 Patrick.

25 Patrick.

858 Heigho! Heigho! Fawcett. Aha! Just I was
26looking.


859
27Hope he's not looking, cute as a rat. ⸢(B)[Holding his Freeman
28unfurled he can't see now must write Greek ees remember.]
Holding his Freeman
28unfurled he can't see now must write Greek ees remember.
He held
29unfurled his Freeman.
860Can't see now. Remember write Greek ees.
He held
29unfurled his Freeman.
860Can't see now. Remember write Greek ees.
(B)⸣
[Holding his Freeman
28unfurled he can't see now must write Greek ees remember.]
Holding his Freeman
28unfurled he can't see now must write Greek ees remember.
He held
29unfurled his Freeman.
860Can't see now. Remember write Greek ees.
He held
29unfurled his Freeman.
860Can't see now. Remember write Greek ees.

30 Bloom dipped, ⸢1[Bloom]Bloom Bloo Bloo 1⸣ [Bloom]Bloom Bloo Bloo mur: dear
861 sir. ⸢(B)[Bloom]Bloom Dear Henry Dear Henry (B)⸣ [Bloom]Bloom Dear Henry Dear Henry
31 wrote: dear Mady. Got your lett and ⸢1[flower.]flower. flow. flow. 1⸣ [flower.]flower. flow. flow. Hell did I put?
862
32 Some pock or oth. It is ⸢1[utterly]utterly utterl utterl 1⸣ [utterly]utterly utterl utterl imposs. Underline imposs. To
33 write today.


863
34Bore this. Bored Bloom tambourined gently with I am just reflecting
864
35 fingers on flat pad Pat brought.


865
1On. Know what I mean. No, change that ee. Accep my poor ⸢B[little]little
2litt

2litt
B⸣
[little]little
2litt

2litt
pres
866 ⧼enclo.⧽enclo. enclos. Ask her no answ.⸢3Ask her no answ.3⸣ Hold on. Five Dig. Two ⸢B[here bout.]here bout.
3 about here.

3 about here.
B⸣
[here bout.]here bout.
3 about here.

3 about here.
Penny the
867 ⸢(B)[birds.]birds. gulls. gulls. (B)⸣ [birds.]birds. gulls. gulls. Elijah is com. Seven
4 Davy Byrne's. Is eight about. Say half a crown.
868 My poor little pres: p. o.
5 two and six.
p. o.
5 two and six.
Write me a long. Do you despise?
869 ⸢(B)[Jinglejingle,]Jinglejingle, Jingle, Jingle, (B)⸣ [Jinglejingle,]Jinglejingle, Jingle, Jingle,
6 have you the? So excited. Why do you call me naught? You naughty
870 too?
7 O, Mairy lost the ⸢B[pin]pin string string B⸣ [pin]pin string string of her. Bye for today. Yes, yes, will tell
8 you.
871 Want to. To keep it up.⸢(B)To keep it up.(B)⸣ Call me that other. Other world she wrote.
9 My
872 patience ⸢(B)[is]is are are (B)⸣ [is]is are are exhaust. To keep it up.⸢(B)To keep it up.(B)⸣ You must believe.
10 Believe. The tank. ⸢(B)[It's true.]It's true. It.
873Is. True.
It.
873Is. True.
(B)⸣
[It's true.]It's true. It.
873Is. True.
It.
873Is. True.


874
11Folly am I ⸢(B)[writing.]writing. writing? writing? (B)⸣ [writing.]writing. writing? writing? Husbands don't. That's marriage
12does, their
875wives. Because I'm away from. Suppose. But how? She must.
13 Keep young.
876 If she found out. Card in my ⸢(B)[hat. ⧼M⧽M High]hat. ⧼M⧽M High high high (B)⸣ [hat. ⧼M⧽M High]hat. ⧼M⧽M High high high grade
14 ha. No, ⸢(B)[never]never not not (B)⸣ [never]never not not tell all. ⸢B[Only useless]Only useless Useless Useless B⸣ [Only useless]Only useless Useless Useless pain. If
877they
15don't see.
⸢(B)If
877they
15don't see.(B)⸣
Woman. Sauce for the gander.


878
16A hackney car, number three hundred and twentyfour, driver
17Barton
879James of number one Harmony avenue, Donnybrook,
⸢(B)driver
17Barton
879James of number one Harmony avenue, Donnybrook,(B)⸣
on which
18 sat a fare,
880 a young ⸢(B)[stylishly dressed in bluein blue gentleman]stylishly dressed in bluein blue gentleman gentleman,
19stylishly dressed in an indigoblue serge suit made by
881George Robert Mesias,
20tailor and cutter, of number five Eden quay, and
gentleman,
19stylishly dressed in an indigoblue serge suit made by
881George Robert Mesias,
20tailor and cutter, of number five Eden quay, and
(B)⸣
[stylishly dressed in bluein blue gentleman]stylishly dressed in bluein blue gentleman gentleman,
19stylishly dressed in an indigoblue serge suit made by
881George Robert Mesias,
20tailor and cutter, of number five Eden quay, and
gentleman,
19stylishly dressed in an indigoblue serge suit made by
881George Robert Mesias,
20tailor and cutter, of number five Eden quay, and

882 wearing a straw hat ⸢(B)[of
21a bland complexion, age about thirty years. See?]
of
21a bland complexion, age about thirty years. See?
very dressy, bought of
22John Plasto of number one
883Great Brunswick street, hatter. Eh?
very dressy, bought of
22John Plasto of number one
883Great Brunswick street, hatter. Eh?
(B)⸣
[of
21a bland complexion, age about thirty years. See?]
of
21a bland complexion, age about thirty years. See?
very dressy, bought of
22John Plasto of number one
883Great Brunswick street, hatter. Eh?
very dressy, bought of
22John Plasto of number one
883Great Brunswick street, hatter. Eh?
This is
23 the jingle that joggled and
884 jingled. ⸢(B)[Past]Past By By (B)⸣ [Past]Past By By Dlugacz' porkshop bright
24 tubes of Agendath [(B)Netaim forcemeat,]Netaim forcemeat, trotted a
885 gallantbuttocked mare.


886
25Answering an ad⧼,⧽,? keen Richie's eyes asked Bloom.


887
26Yes, Mr Bloom said. Town traveller. Nothing doing, I expect.


888
27Bloom mur: best references. But ⸢(B)[he]he Henry Henry (B)⸣ [he]he Henry Henry wrote: it will
28 excite me. You
889 know how. In haste. Henry. Greek ee. Better add
29postscript. What is he
890 playing now? Improvising intermezzo.⧽Improvising intermezzo.
30Improvising. Intermezzo.

30Improvising. Intermezzo.
Improvising intermezzo.⧽Improvising intermezzo.
30Improvising. Intermezzo.

30Improvising. Intermezzo.
P. S. The rum tum tum. How will
891 you pun?
31 You punish me? Crooked skirt swinging, whack by. Tell me I
892 want to.
32 Know. O. Course if I didn't I wouldn't ask. La la la ree. Trails off
893 there sad
33 in minor. Why minor sad? Sign H. They like sad tail at end.
894 ⸢(B)[La la la ree
34dee. P. P. S.]
La la la ree
34dee. P. P. S.
P. P. S. La la la ree. P. P. S. La la la ree. (B)⸣
[La la la ree
34dee. P. P. S.]
La la la ree
34dee. P. P. S.
P. P. S. La la la ree. P. P. S. La la la ree.
I feel so sad today. ⸢(B)[Ree dee.]Ree dee. La ree. La ree. (B)⸣ [Ree dee.]Ree dee. La ree. La ree.
35 So lonely. Dee.⸢(B)Dee.(B)⸣


895
1He blotted quick on pad of Pat. ⸢(B)[Envelope.]Envelope. Envel. Envel. (B)⸣ [Envelope.]Envelope. Envel. Envel. Address.
2 Just copy out of
896 paper. Murmured: Messrs Callan, Coleman and Co,
3 limited. ⸢(B)[And]And Henry Henry (B)⸣ [And]And Henry Henry wrote:


897
4 Miss Martha Clifford
898
5 c/o ⸢B[Post Office]Post Office P. O. P. O. B⸣ [Post Office]Post Office P. O. P. O.
899
6 Dolphin's Barn Lane
900
7Dublin
⸢(B)
7Dublin(B)⸣


901
8Blot over the other so he can't read. There. Right. Idea [(B)for]for prize
9 titbit.
902 Something detective read off blottingpad. Payment at the rate of
10 guinea per
903 col. Matcham often ⸢(B)[thinks.]thinks. thinks the laughing witch. thinks the laughing witch. (B)⸣ [thinks.]thinks. thinks the laughing witch. thinks the laughing witch.
11 Poor Mrs Purefoy. U. P: up.


904
12Too poetical that about the sad. Music did that. Music hath charms.
905
13Shakespeare said. Quotations every day in the year. To be or not to be.
906
14Wisdom while you wait.
⸢(B)
13Shakespeare said. Quotations every day in the year. To be or not to be.
906
14Wisdom while you wait.(B)⸣


907
15In Gerard's rosery of Fetter lane he walks, greyedauburn. One life
16is
908all. One body. Do. But do.
⸢(B)
907
15In Gerard's rosery of Fetter lane he walks, greyedauburn. One life
16is
908all. One body. Do. But do.(B)⸣

|(B) |
909
17 Done anyhow. Postal order, stamp. Postoffice lower down.
18 Walk
910 now. Enough. Barney Kiernan's I promised to meet them. Dislike that
19 job.
911 ⸢(B)[Visiting house]Visiting house House House (B)⸣ [Visiting house]Visiting house House House of mourning. Walk. Pat! Doesn't hear.
20Deaf beetle he is.
⸢D
20Deaf beetle he is.D⸣

⸢(B)[About]About
912
21 Car near

912
21 Car near
(B)⸣
[About]About
912
21 Car near

912
21 Car near
there now. Talk. Talk. Pat! Doesn't. Settling
22 those napkins.
913 Lot of ground he must cover in the day. Paint face behind
23on him then he'd
914be two.
⸢5Paint face behind
23on him then he'd
914be two.5⸣
Wish they'd sing more. Keep my mind off.


915
24Bald Pat who is bothered ⸢D[settled]settled mitred mitred D⸣ [settled]settled mitred mitred the napkins. Pat is a
25 waiter hard of
916 his hearing. Pat is a waiter who waits while you wait. Hee
26 hee hee hee. He
917 waits while you wait. Hee hee. A waiter is he. Hee hee hee
27 hee. He waits
918 while you wait. While you wait if you wait he will wait
28 while you wait. Hee
919 hee hee hee. Hoh.⸢1Hoh.1⸣ Wait while you wait.

⸢(B)[Miss Douce, requested, served the same again.]Miss Douce, requested, served the same again.
920
29 Douce now. Douce
30Lydia. Bronze and rose.

920
29 Douce now. Douce
30Lydia. Bronze and rose.
(B)⸣
[Miss Douce, requested, served the same again.]Miss Douce, requested, served the same again.
920
29 Douce now. Douce
30Lydia. Bronze and rose.

920
29 Douce now. Douce
30Lydia. Bronze and rose.

|(B) |
921
31 She had a ⸢(B)[gorgeous]gorgeous gorgeous, simply gorgeous, gorgeous, simply gorgeous, (B)⸣ [gorgeous]gorgeous gorgeous, simply gorgeous, gorgeous, simply gorgeous, time. ⸢(B)[Simply gorgeous. That]Simply gorgeous. That
32 And look at the

32 And look at the
(B)⸣
[Simply gorgeous. That]Simply gorgeous. That
32 And look at the

32 And look at the
lovely
922 shell she brought.

|(B) |
923
33 To the end of the bar to him she bore lightly the spiked and
34 winding
924 seahorn that he, George Lidwell, solicitor, might hear.


925
1Listen! she bade him.


926
2Under Tom Kernan's ginhot words the accompanist wove music slow.
927
3 Authentic fact. How Walter Bapty lost his voice. ⸢5[The]The Well, sir, the Well, sir, the 5⸣ [The]The Well, sir, the Well, sir, the
4 husband took
928 him by the throat. Scoundrel, said he, you'll sing no more
5 lovesongs
. He
929 did, faith,⸢Bfaith,B⸣ sir Tom. Bob Cowley wove. Tenors get wom.
6 Cowley lay back.


930
7Ah, now he heard, she holding it to his ear. Hear! He heard.
931
8 Wonderful. She held it to her own. And through the sifted light pale gold
9 in
932 contrast glided. To hear.To hear.


933
10Tap.


934
11Bloom through the bardoor saw a shell held at their ears. He heard
935
12 more faintly that that they heard, each for herself alone, then each for
936
13 other, hearing the plash of waves, loudly, a silent roar.


937
14Bronze by a weary gold, anear, afar, they listened.


938
15Her ear too is a shell, the peeping lobe there. Been to the seaside.
939
16 Lovely seaside girls. Skin ⸢(B)[all]all tanned tanned (B)⸣ [all]all tanned tanned raw. Should have put on
17 coldcream first
940 make it brown. Buttered toast. O and that lotion mustn't
18forget.
⸢(B)O and that lotion mustn't
18forget.(B)⸣
Fever near
941 her mouth. Your head it simply. Hair braided over:
19 shell with seaweed.
942 Why do they hide their ears with seaweed⸢(B)seaweed(B)⸣ ⸢C[hair.]hair.
20hair?

20hair?
C⸣
[hair.]hair.
20hair?

20hair?
And Turks the mouth,
943 ⸢(B)[why.]why. why? why? (B)⸣ [why.]why. why? why? Her eyes over the ⸢B[sheet,
21a yashmak.]
sheet,
21a yashmak.
sheet. Yashmak. sheet. Yashmak. B⸣
[sheet,
21a yashmak.]
sheet,
21a yashmak.
sheet. Yashmak. sheet. Yashmak.
Find the way in. A cave. No
944 admittance
22 except on business.


945
23The sea they think they hear. Singing. A roar. The blood it is. Souse
946
24 in the ear sometimes. Well, it's a sea. Corpuscle islands.


947
25Wonderful really. So distinct. Again. George Lidwell held its murmur,
948
26 hearing: then laid it by, gently.


949
27What are the wild waves saying? he asked her, smiled.


950
28Charming, seasmiling and unanswering Lydia on Lidwell smiled.


951
29Tap.


952
30By Larry O'Rourke's, by Larry, bold Larry O', Boylan swayed and
953
31 Boylan turned.


954
32From the forsaken shell miss Mina glided to her tankards waiting.
955
33No, she was not so lonely archly miss Douce's head let Mr⸢(B)Mr(B)⸣ Lidwell
34 know.
956 ⸢(B)[Walking]Walking Walks Walks (B)⸣ [Walking]Walking Walks Walks in the moonlight by the sea. No, not alone.
35 With whom? She nobly
957 answered: with a gentleman friend.


958
1Bob Cowley's twinkling fingers in the treble played again. The
959
2 landlord has the prior. A little time. Long John. Big Ben. Lightly he played a
960
3 light bright tinkling measure for tripping ladiesfor tripping ladies, arch and smiling, and for
961
4 their gallants, gentlemen friends. One: one, one, one, one, one: two, one,
962
5 three, four.


963
6Sea, wind, leaves, thunder, waters, cows lowing, the cattlemarket,
964
7 cocks, hens don't crow, snakes hissss. There's music everywhere.
965
8 Ruttledge's door: ee creaking. No, that's noise. Minuet of Don Giovanni
966
9 he's playing now. Court dresses of all descriptions⸢(B)of all descriptions(B)⸣ in castle
10chambers

10chambers

967 dancing. Misery. Peasants outside. Green starving faces
11 eating dockleaves.
968 Nice that is. Look: look, look, look, look, look: you look
12 at us.


969
13That's joyful I can feel. Never have written it. Why? My joy is other
970
14 joy. But both are joys. Yes, joy it must be. Mere fact of music shows you
971
15 are. Often thought she was in the dumps till she began to lilt. Then know.


972
16M‘Coy valise. My wife ⸢(B)[has got.]has got. and your wife. and your wife. (B)⸣ [has got.]has got. and your wife. and your wife. Squealing cat.
17Like tearing silk.
973 Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue when she talks like the clapper of a
18bellows. They can't manage
974men's intervals. Gap in their voices too. Fill me.
19I'm warm, dark, open.
⸢D
17Like tearing silk.
973 Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue when she talks like the clapper of a
18bellows. They can't manage
974men's intervals. Gap in their voices too. Fill me.
19I'm warm, dark, open.D⸣

975 Molly in quis est homo: Mercadante. My ear
20 against the wall to hear. Want
976 a woman who can deliver ⧼it⧽it the goods.

972
16M‘Coy valise. My wife ⸢(B)[has got.]has got. and your wife. and your wife. (B)⸣ [has got.]has got. and your wife. and your wife. Squealing cat.
17Like tearing silk.
973 Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue when she talks like the clapper of a
18bellows. They can't manage
974men's intervals. Gap in their voices too. Fill me.
19I'm warm, dark, open.
⸢D
17Like tearing silk.
973 Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue Voice⧽ Voice Tongue Tongue when she talks like the clapper of a
18bellows. They can't manage
974men's intervals. Gap in their voices too. Fill me.
19I'm warm, dark, open.D⸣

975 Molly in quis est homo: Mercadante. My ear
20 against the wall to hear. Want
976 a woman who can deliver ⧼it⧽it the goods.

⸢(B)[Jig jog]Jig jog
977
21 Jog jig jogged

977
21 Jog jig jogged
(B)⸣
[Jig jog]Jig jog
977
21 Jog jig jogged

977
21 Jog jig jogged
stopped. Dandy tan shoe of dandy Boylan
22socks
978skyblue clocks
⸢1
22socks
978skyblue clocks1⸣
came light⸢1light1⸣ to earth.


979
23O, look we are so! Chamber music. Could make a ⸢(B)[pun of]pun of kind of
24pun on
kind of
24pun on
(B)⸣
[pun of]pun of kind of
24pun on
kind of
24pun on

980 that. ⸢1['Tis]'Tis It is a It is a 1⸣ ['Tis]'Tis It is a It is a kind of music I often thought⧼.⧽. when the
25 acoustics⧽
the
25 acoustics
she. Acoustics she. Acoustics
the
25 acoustics⧽
the
25 acoustics
she. Acoustics she. Acoustics
that is.
981 Tinkling. Empty vessels make most
26noise.
⸢DEmpty vessels make most
26noise.D⸣
Because the acoustics, the
982 resonance changes according as the
27 weight of the water is equal to the law
983 of falling water. Like those
28 rhapsodies of Liszt's, Hungarian, gipsyeyed.
984Pearls. Drops. Rain.
29Diddleiddle addleaddle ooddleooddle. Hissss. Now.
985 Maybe now. Before.


986
30One rapped on a door, one tapped with a knock, did he knock Paul
987
31 de Kock with a loud proud knocker with a cock carracarracarra cock.
988
32 Cockcock.


989
33Tap.


990
34Qui
sdegno, Ben, said Father Cowley.


991
1No, Ben, Tom Kernan interfered. The Croppy Boy. Our native Doric.
992


2Ay do, Ben, Mr Dedalus said. Good men and true.


993
3Do, do, they begged in one.


994
4I'll go. Here, ⸢D[Pat.]Pat. Pat, return. Come. He came, he came, he did
5not stay.
995To me.
Pat, return. Come. He came, he came, he did
5not stay.
995To me.
D⸣
[Pat.]Pat. Pat, return. Come. He came, he came, he did
5not stay.
995To me.
Pat, return. Come. He came, he came, he did
5not stay.
995To me.
How much?


996
6What key? Six sharps?


997
7F sharp major, Ben Dollard said.


998
8Bob Cowley's outstretched talons griped the black deepsounding
999
9 chords.


1000
10Must go prince⸢(B)prince(B)⸣ Bloom told ⸢(B)[Richie.]Richie. Richie prince. Richie prince. (B)⸣ [Richie.]Richie. Richie prince. Richie prince. No,
11 Richie said. Yes, must.
1001 Got money somewhere. He's on for a razzle
12 backache ⸢(B)[night. How much.]night. How much. spree. Much? spree. Much? (B)⸣ [night. How much.]night. How much. spree. Much? spree. Much? He
1002seehears lipspeech.
⸢DHe
1002seehears lipspeech.D⸣

13 One and nine. [(B)Here.]Here. Penny for yourself. Here. Give him
1003 twopence
14 tiptip. Deaf, bothered. ⸢(B)[Perhaps]Perhaps But perhaps But perhaps (B)⸣ [Perhaps]Perhaps But perhaps But perhaps he has wife and⸢(B)wife and(B)⸣
15 family to>to< keep.⧽ to>to< keep. ⸢(B)[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
(B)⸣
[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
come home.
⸢(B)[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
(B)⸣
[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
come home.
to>to< keep.⧽ to>to< keep. ⸢(B)[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
(B)⸣
[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
come home.
⸢(B)[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
(B)⸣
[waiting]waiting waiting,
1004waiting Patty
waiting,
1004waiting Patty
come home.
Hee
16 hee hee hee. Deaf wait while they wait.


1005
17But wait. But hear. Chords dark. Lugugugubrious. Low. In a cave of
1006
18 the ⧼Low⧽Low dark middle earth. Embedded ore. Lumpmusic.


1007
19The voice of dark age, of unlove, earth's fatigue made grave ⸢D[approach,]approach,
20 approach
1008and painful, come from afar, from hoary
21mountains,

20 approach
1008and painful, come from afar, from hoary
21mountains,
D⸣
[approach,]approach,
20 approach
1008and painful, come from afar, from hoary
21mountains,

20 approach
1008and painful, come from afar, from hoary
21mountains,
called on good men
1009 and true. The priest he sought. With him
22 would he speak a word.


1010
23Tap.

1010
23Tap.


1011
24Ben Dollard's voice. Base barreltone. Doing his level⸢(B)level(B)⸣ best to say
25 it.
1012 Croak of vast manless moonless womoonless marsh.⸢4 Croak of vast manless moonless womoonless marsh.4⸣ Other comedown.
26 Big
1013ships' chandler's business he ⸢(B)[had]had did did (B)⸣ [had]had did did once. Remember: rosiny
27 ropes, ships'
1014 lanterns. Failed to the tune of ten thousand pounds. Now in
28 the Iveagh
1015 home. ⧼CC Cubicle number so and so. Number one Bass did
29 that for him.


1016
30The priest's at home. A false priest's servant bade him welcome. Step
1017
31 in. The holy father. With bows a traitor servant. Curlycues of chords.


1018
32Ruin them. Wreck their lives.⸢(B)Wreck their lives.(B)⸣ Then build them cubicles to end
33 their
1019 days in. Hushaby. Lullaby. Die, dog. Little dog, die.


1020
34The voice of warning, solemn warning, told them the youth had
1021
35 entered a lonely hall, told them how solemn fell his ⸢(B)[footfalls]footfalls footsteps footsteps (B)⸣ [footfalls]footfalls footsteps footsteps
36 there, told
1022 them the gloomy chamber, the vested priest sitting to ⸢(B)[hear.]hear.
37shrive.

37shrive.
(B)⸣
[hear.]hear.
37shrive.

37shrive.


1023
1Decent soul. Bit addled now. Thinks he'll win ⧼an⧽an in Answers,
2poets'
1024 ⸢(B)[competition.]competition. picture puzzle. picture puzzle. (B)⸣ [competition.]competition. picture puzzle. picture puzzle. Crisp⧽Crisp We hand you crisp We hand you crisp Crisp⧽Crisp We hand you crisp We hand you crisp
3five pound note.
⸢D Crisp⧽Crisp We hand you crisp We hand you crisp Crisp⧽Crisp We hand you crisp We hand you crisp
3five pound note.D⸣
Bird sitting hatching in
1025 a nest. ⸢(B)[ Lay of the Last
4 Minstrel
,]
Lay of the Last
4 Minstrel
,
Lay of the last minstrel Lay of the last minstrel (B)⸣
[ Lay of the Last
4 Minstrel
,]
Lay of the Last
4 Minstrel
,
Lay of the last minstrel Lay of the last minstrel
he thought it was. ⧼See, eh tee⧽See, eh tee See
5blank tee what
1026domestic animal? Tee dash ar most courageous mariner.
⸢D ⧼See, eh tee⧽See, eh tee See
5blank tee what
1026domestic animal? Tee dash ar most courageous mariner.D⸣

6 Good voice he has
1027 still. No eunuch yet with all his belongingswith all his belongings.


1028
7Listen. Bloom listened. Richie Goulding listened. And by the door
1029
8 deaf Pat, bald Pat, tipped Pat, listened.


1030
9The chords harped slower.


1031
10The voice of penance and of grief came slow, embellished,
11tremulous.
1032 Ben's contritecontrite beard confessed. In nomine Domini, in
12 God's name he knelt.
1033 He beat his hand upon his breast, confessing: mea
13 culpa
.


1034
14Latin again. That holds them ⸢(B)[fast.]fast. like birdlime. like birdlime. (B)⸣ [fast.]fast. like birdlime. like birdlime. Priest with the
1035
15 communion corpus for those women. Chap in the mortuary, coffin or
1036
16 coffey, corpusnomine. Wonder where that rat is by⸢(B)by(B)⸣ now. Scrape.


1037
17Tap.


1038
18They listened. Tankards and miss Kennedy. George Lidwell,
19 eyelid
1039 well expressive, fullbusted satin. Kernan. Si.


1040
20The sighing voice of sorrow sang. His sins. Since Easter he had
1041
21 cursed three times. You bitch's bast.⸢(B)You bitch's bast.(B)⸣ ⸢(B)[Once]Once And once And once (B)⸣ [Once]Once And once And once at masstime
22 he had gone to
1042 play. Once by the churchyard he had passed and for his
23 mother's rest he
1043 had not prayed. A boy. A croppy boy.


1044
24Bronze, listening, by the beerpull gazed far away. Soulfully.
25 Doesn't
1045 half know I'm. Molly great dab at seeing anyone looking.


1046
26Bronze gazed far sideways. Mirror there.Mirror there. Is that best side of her ⸢(B)[face.]face.
27 face?

27 face?
(B)⸣
[face.]face.
27 face?

27 face?

1047 They always know. Knock at the door. Last ⸢(B)[touch]touch tip tip (B)⸣ [touch]touch tip tip
28 to titivate.


1048
29Cockcarracarra.


1049
30What do they think [(B)about]about when they hear music? Way to catch
31 rattlesnakes.
1050 Night Michael Gunn gave us the box. Tuning up. Shah of
32 Persia liked that
1051 ⸢(B)[best of all.]best of all. best. best. (B)⸣ [best of all.]best of all. best. best. Remind him of home sweet home.⸢DRemind him of home sweet home.D⸣
33 Wiped his nose in curtain too.
1052 Custom his country perhaps. That's music
34 too. Not as bad as it sounds.⸢DNot as bad as it sounds.D⸣
1053 Tootling. Brasses braying ⸢3[asses.]asses. asses
1'proboscis.⧽

1'proboscis.
through uptrunks.
asses
1'proboscis.⧽

1'proboscis.
through uptrunks.
3⸣
[asses.]asses. asses
1'proboscis.⧽

1'proboscis.
through uptrunks.
asses
1'proboscis.⧽

1'proboscis.
through uptrunks.
Doublebasses helpless,
1054gashes in their
2 sides. Woodwinds mooing cows. ⸢1[Grand]Grand Semigrand Semigrand 1⸣ [Grand]Grand Semigrand Semigrand open crocodile
1055
3music hath jaws.
⸢D ⸢1[Grand]Grand Semigrand Semigrand 1⸣ [Grand]Grand Semigrand Semigrand open crocodile
1055
3music hath jaws.D⸣
Woodwind like Goodwin's name.


1056
4She looked fine. Her crocus dress she wore lowcut, belongings on
1057
5 show. Clove her breath was always in theatre when she bent to ask a
1058
6 question. Told her what Spinoza says in that book of poor papa's.
1059
7 Hypnotised, listening. Eyes like that. She bent. Chap in dresscircle staring
1060
8 down into her with his ⸢(B)[opera glass.]opera glass. operaglass for all he was worth. operaglass for all he was worth. (B)⸣ [opera glass.]opera glass. operaglass for all he was worth. operaglass for all he was worth.
9Beauty of music
1061you must ⧼here⧽here hear twice. Nature woman half a look.
10God made the country
1062man the tune.
⸢D
9Beauty of music
1061you must ⧼here⧽here hear twice. Nature woman half a look.
10God made the country
1062man the tune.D⸣
Met him pike hoses. Philosophy. O
11rocks!
⸢(B)O
11rocks!(B)⸣


1063
12All gone. All fallen. At the siege of Ross his father, at Gorey all his
1064
13 brothers fell. To Wexford, we are the boys of Wexford, he would. Last of
1065
14 his name and race.


1066
15I too. Last of my race. Milly young student. Well, my fault perhaps.
1067
16 No son. ⸢(B)[Rudy gone.]Rudy gone. Rudy. Rudy. (B)⸣ [Rudy gone.]Rudy gone. Rudy. Rudy. Too late now. Or if not? If not? If still?


1068
17He bore no hate.


1069
18Hate. Love. Those are names. Rudy. Soon I am old.


1070
19Big Ben his voice unfolded. Great voice Richie Goulding said, a flush
1071
20 struggling in his pale, to Bloom soon old. But when was young?


1072
21Ireland comes now. My country above the king. She listens. Who
1073
22fears to speak of nineteen four?
⸢5Who
1073
22fears to speak of nineteen four?5⸣
Time to be ⸢(B)[going.]going. shoving. shoving. (B)⸣ [going.]going. shoving. shoving. Looked
23 enough.


1074
24Bless
me, father, [(B)Ben]Ben Dollard the croppy cried. Bless me and let
25 me go.


1075
26Tap.


1076
27Bloom ⸢(B)[looked.]looked. looked, unblessed to go. looked, unblessed to go. (B)⸣ [looked.]looked. looked, unblessed to go. looked, unblessed to go. Got up to kill: on
28 eighteen bob a
1077 week. Fellows shell out the dibs. [DMoonlit walks by the
29sad sea waves. ]
Moonlit walks by the
29sad sea waves.
Want to keep your weathereye open. Those
1078 girls, those
30 lovely. By the sad sea waves.⸢DBy the sad sea waves.D⸣ Chorusgirl's romance. Letters read
1079out [(B)in
31court]
in
31court
for breach of promise. From Chickabiddy's ⸢B[own]own owny owny B⸣ [own]own owny owny
32 Mumpsypum.
1080 Laughter in court. Henry. I never signed it.⸢DI never signed it.D⸣ The lovely
33 name ⸢(B)[you have.]you have. you. you. (B)⸣ [you have.]you have. you. you.


1081
34Low sank the music, air and words. Then hastened. The false priest
1082
35 rustling soldier from his cassock. A yeoman captain. They know it all ⸢(B)[before.]before.
36 by
1083heart.

36 by
1083heart.
(B)⸣
[before.]before.
36 by
1083heart.

36 by
1083heart.
The thrill they itch for. Yeoman cap.


1084
1Tap. Tap.


1085
2Thrilled she listened, bending in sympathyin sympathy to hear.


1086
3Blank face. Virgin should say: or fingered only. Write something on
1087
4 it: page. If not what becomes of ⸢(B)[them: decline,decline, ]them: decline,decline, them? Decline, them? Decline,