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Albion 16 Nov 2012, 12:53 by John Simpson

Perfide Albion — Perfidious Albion   U 12.1208-9 : And says Lenehan that knows a bit of the lingo: —Conspuez les anglais! Perfide Albion!   U 12.1385-9 : —The French! says ... well-known poem “L’Ère Républicaine” (1793), after the British joined the allies against France. Ximénèz called for supporters of the French revolutionary cause to:     Attaquons dans ses eaux la ...

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Joseph Casey 28 Nov 2013, 13:06 by JJON Editors

They simply fade away: news on the life and death of an old soldier - Joseph Casey     Joyce met the former Fenian revolutionary Joseph Casey in Paris in 1903, probably at ... of Paris there ensued one of the most ghastly chapters in the history of France, the outbreak of the Commune. The canker of civil war with all its hideous accompaniments ...

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St Denis 1 Mar 2016, 09:43 by JJON Editors

Exclaiming St Denis   U 3.393-6: Cissy wiped his little mouth with the dribbling bib and wanted him to sit up properly and say pa pa pa but when ... rest assured that the girl’s invocation to “Saint Denis” (the patron saint of France) was authentic. St Denis was not unfamiliar to the Irish, and he appears in the ...

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Dear dirty Dublin 30 Aug 2013, 11:21 by JJON Editors

Lady Morgan and “dear dirty Dublin”   D 8.165-7: I'm deuced glad, I can tell you, to get back to the old country. Does a fellow good, a ... love so well,     They never shall make me your foe! 10      Lady Morgan’s France (1817) attracted the wrath of the Quarterly reviewer, John Wilson Croker. Ostensibly a history of ...

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cobwebs 4 Mar 2014, 15:05 by John Simpson

Fashionable cobwebs   U 15.2817-18: Even their wax model Raymonde I visited daily to admire her cobweb hose and stick of rhubarb toe, as worn in Paris. Bloom remembers ... du fin tissu ressemblant à une toile d'araignée, et qu'on désigne en France sous le nom de «craquelé» 1 et en Amérique sous celui de « cobweb ». Cited in ...

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Pantalons 15 Dec 2015, 10:19 by John Simpson

The Pantalons Blancs and the Culottes Rouges   U 3.196-8: Rich booty you brought back; Le Tutu, five tattered numbers of Pantalon Blanc et Culotte Rouge, a blue French ... of La Vie en Culotte Rouge. John Simpson Search by keyword (within this site) France  Journalism  Sex  Army  Back to top 1 Weldon Thornton Allusions in Ulysses (1973) p. 53 ...

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Gerald and Brendan 29 Aug 2013, 01:01 by John Simpson

Gerard and Brendan Gallaher: the next generation   U 10.41-4: Yes: they were from Belvedere. The little house. Aha. And were they good boys at school? O. That was ... up residence (it appears) in Kensington but Brendan spent much of his time in France. 10 At the time of James Joyce’s death in 1941 Brendan states that he ...

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fox 31 May 2015, 00:49 by John Simpson

Free fox, free hen-roost   U 15.1692-7: No more patriotism of barspongers and dropsical impostors. Free money, free rent, free love and a free lay church in a ... nom, et que Kürnberger définissait: le renard libre dans le poulailler libre. Mercure de France (1915), 1 August p. 730      Quite a few people are actually credited with this sarcastic ...

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Trieste D 8 Sep 2013, 12:59 by John Simpson

Search by initial letter: Introduction -  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y ... 1898) Dujardin, Edouard , L'Initiation au péché et à l'amour (Paris: Mercure de France, 1912). Dujardin, Edouard , Les Lauriers sont coup é s [Link to Paris 1924 ed; accessible ...

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neverrip 29 Nov 2013, 12:54 by JJON Editors

Reliable rubber goods – perish the thought!   U 15.3256-7: Rubber goods. Neverrip brand as supplied to the aristocracy. Corsets for men. I cure fits or money refunded. I’d ... dozen:              (Koninklijke Bibliotheek: Historische Kranten)                   But we can trace ‘Neverrip’ back before this, in France. As early as 1912 La Seule Réellement Infaillible de Guérison Radicale et Absolue des Maladies ...

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