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Funeral 4 Jun 2014, 02:17 by John Simpson

In the carriage for Paddy Dignam’s funeral: Bloom was right all along   U 6.1-3: Martin Cunningham, first, poked his silkhatted head into the creaking carriage and, entering ... must be sitting on the right of the carriage (relative to the direction of travel) for his “window” to pass next to the tramway standard.      Commentators have been hesitant about ...

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Gallaher1 15 Jan 2014, 15:04 by John Simpson

Ignatius per ignotius : the short life and extraordinary times of Frederick Gallaher 1: Making his way in the world   U 7.626-30: The Great Gallaher […] that was a pressman ... France. There is no doubt that Fred travelled widely, and that he enjoyed the travel. In 1876 his sporting credentials took him to America on what became one of his ...

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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 ... Welshman or Scot Are a couple of pitiful pipers; Both of whom may just travel to pot  Compared with that patron of swipers; St Patrick of Ireland, my dear! Tait ...

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basilicogrammate 25 Mar 2019, 12:53 by John Simpson

basilicogrammate : the Egyptian royal secretary     U 15.2304: Lipoti Virag, basilicogrammate, chutes rapidly down through the chimneyflue and struts two steps to the left on gawky pink stilts.   Was basilicogrammate ... monasteries . (p. 174)   Ronan Crowley         Illustration from the 1858 German edition of Busch's  travel guide (Google Books)   Search by keyword (within this site) Egypt  France  Back to top

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throwaway 1 Mar 2016, 09:49 by JJON Editors

A crumpled throwaway: an arresting tale   U 10.752-4: North wall and sir John Rogerson’s quay, with hulls and anchorchains, sailing westward, sailed by a skiff, a crumpled ... area under discussion such trapped debris could still have introduced the notion of arrested travel in a fast flowing river. Fig. 3 – Footballs trapped in Limmat weir (2014) 3 The ...

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Whitsuntide 1 Sep 2014, 03:22 by John Simpson

Bad luck arrives at Whitsuntide   U 18.953: Whit Monday is a cursed day too no wonder that bee bit him In Ulysses there are four references to Whit Monday ... degree are the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday following. It is most dangerous to travel or boat on Whit-Monday, and children or animals born on that day are evil ...

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MacHugh3 1 Dec 2015, 11:22 by John Simpson

The reluctant professor MacHugh:3 Storm clouds of debt McNeill’s tutoring and examining may appear to represent a period of stability in his life, but such an impression would ... the money he is owed (presumably from the University), and desperately needs funds to travel to Galway. In the summer of 1906 he begs his brother for money to cover ...

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OED 4 Apr 2019, 01:36 by John Simpson

Comings and goings: Joyce’s words in the Oxford English Dictionary   Joyce Quotations                    Joyce First Uses 2,467                                    430 (Dec 2012: 2,367)                                                          (Dec 2012: 464)   The Oxford English Dictionary ... in the light of the shift in Joyce’s time from railway to motor travel.   unconsortable (adjective): difficult to consort with, uncompanionable This usage has not been lost to the ...

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Swan 4 Mar 2016, 12:02 by JJON Editors

Swansway: Father Conmee’s walk to Artane   U 10.3-5 : Just nice time to walk to Artane. What was that boy’s name again? Dignam, yes. Vere dignum et ... Dublin Eamonn Finn and Harald Beck Search by keyword (within this site) Religion  Education  Travel  Cunningham  Dignam  1 Richard M. Kain, ”Motif as Meaning. The Case of Leopold Bloom” in ...

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Gallaher4 29 Aug 2013, 00:28 by John Simpson

Ignatius per ignotius : the short life and extraordinary times of Frederick Gallaher   4: Life and death in London There does not seem to be a good reason given in the ... December 1891 he had found work, boxers to manage, and the chance of international travel: Gallagher Will Look After Mitchell and Slavin. It is unfortunate that Tommy Conneff sailed on ...

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