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Trieste S 8 Sep 2013, 13:12 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 ... Homo [life of Christ] (London: Thomas Nelson, n.d.) [Link to 1890 Macmillan ed.] Shakespeare, William, As You Like It (Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1868) [Link to downloadable Google ebook of this ...

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sledded 31 May 2015, 03:10 by JJON Editors

Hamlet’s sledded poleaxe   U 9.130-2: Not for nothing was he a butcher's son, wielding the sledded poleaxe and spitting in his palms. As Stephen holds forth ... regaling his captive audience with his biographical theory of Hamlet, he conflates bits of Shakespeare’s text with passages from the commentaries, demonstrating his wit and ability to construct an ...

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Gimlet 17 Feb 2014, 01:26 by John Simpson

Gimlet sounded like poetry with Hamlet   U  15.3654-5:   ZOE (tragically) Hamlet, I am thy father’s gimlet! Glossators have passed lightly over Zoe’s reply to Stephen in ... a prostitute is part of a concerted effort on Joyce’s part to degrade Shakespeare, 4 but casting a wider intertextual net for this phrase brings in more than the ...

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Freud 29 Nov 2013, 12:47 by JJON Editors

A doctor but not Dr Freud   U 9.737-8 : Steadfast John replied severe: — The doctor can tell us what those words mean. U 9.779-80 : […] writing of incest ... whom a reference as “the doctor” would have made immediate sense, particularly while discussing Shakespeare’s bewildering disposition to leave his second-best bed to his wife. (His alleged pederasty ...

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Trieste C 5 Dec 2014, 11:32 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 ... Lanciano: Carabba Editore, n.d.) Campbell Joseph, Judgment (Dublin: Maunsell, 1912) Canning, A. S., Shakespeare Studied in Eight Plays (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1903) Caprin, Giulio, Trieste e l’Italia ...

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mess 3 Oct 2016, 01:05 by John Simpson

A mess of four   U 9.890-2:   They list. Three. They.                 I you he they.                 Come, mess. […] He had three brothers, Gilbert, Edmund, Richard. Gifford annotates the cryptic word ... the word came to mean a set of four, in a general way. […] Hence Shakespeare says: You three fools lacked me fool to make up the mess . (L.L.L ...

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gem 29 Oct 2015, 08:06 by John Simpson

The green gem of Ireland set in the silver sea   U 7.236: ERIN, GREEN GEM OF THE SILVER SEA Don Gifford correctly establishes that Joyce’s headline in Aeolus ... He also appropriately draws attention to “John of Gaunt’s praise of England in Shakespeare’s Richard II” (act 2, scene 1): This precious stone set in the silver sea ...

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Lollards 31 May 2015, 02:27 by John Simpson

A Fuller picture of the Lollards   U 9.783-6: The christian laws which built up the hoards of the jews (for whom, as for the lollards, storm was shelter ... patrum (literally the “Limbo of the Patriarchs”) in Summers’s book rather than in Shakespeare’s Henry VIII, where its slang meaning “prison” does not fit the context in the ...

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Blacow 29 Nov 2013, 12:43 by JJON Editors

The irreverent Richard Blacow in Ulysses   U 15.1757-8 : This vile hypocrite, bronzed with infamy, is the white bull mentioned in the Apocalypse. U 15.1768-9 : By heaven ... November and December 1921. Harald Beck Search by keyword (within this site) Religion  Queens  Shakespeare  100 Years Ago  Politics  Parnell  Back to top 1 Shakespeare, Cymbeline, ii. v. 13, "I ...

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Joyce's Libraries 30 Aug 2015, 05:06 by JJON Editors

Trieste library                                                       Go to: Paris library Joyce’s Trieste library (1920) links below to the texts Search by initial letter: Introduction -  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I ... that once led up to Merchants' Arch (see U 10.520). Edward Naylor's Shakespeare and Music informs us about the dances Lyster's feet perform in the "Library episode ...

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