Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Page 69

Assigned reading (1 2/2 pars [] plus 143 notes) [secondary]

[wilde erthe]
[♬ wilde erthe blothoms]
[private reputation for whispered sins]
[♬ by memory inspired]

References to the Hole in the Wall pub:
(The Hole in the Wall (aka Black Horse Tavern, or Nancy Hand's from its popular hostess), a pub at Blackhorse Avenue/ Cabra Gate near Phoenix Park, alongside a turnstile set in a hole in the Phoenix Park wall (hence the name) and leading into the Park. Or? 'The district is connected also with the old times of bribery at elections. There is still a place known as "The Hole in the Wall," where the virtuous elector used to pass his empty hand through an aperture and withdraw it again filled with guineas by some unseen benefactor beyond')
069.05-.06 turn wheel again to the whole of the wall
069.24 the iron gape
090.21-.22 the whole in the wall
244.20 With Nancy Hands.
365.16 wholenosing at a whallhoarding
376.24 to hance off nancies
382.27 the stout ship Nansy Hans
621.21-.22 Mineninecyhandsy

[once upon a wall and a hooghoog wall a was]

This is the 1st of 28 titles Joyce wove into the next three pages, out of over a thousand traditional Irish tunes collected by George Petrie:

[wee brag of pratiesinfo ♬?




sockeye salmon


FDV: "If violence to life, limb and goods has as often as not been an expression, direct or through male agents, of offended womanhood has not levy of blackmail from the earliest ages followed upon in worldlywise? First, there was a gateway for the suroptimist had bought and enlarged that shack to grow old & happy in and when everything was got up for the purpose he put a gate on the place and the gate was locked to keep HCE in, in case he felt like tempting providence. It ought to be always remembered that there was a commercial stopping in the hotel"

4DV: "If violence to life, limb and chattels has as often as not been an expression, direct or through a male agency, of offended womanhood has not levy of blackmail from the earliest ages followed in worldlywise a whispered reputation. First, a gateway there was for the suroptimist had bought and enlarged that shack under fair rental of one yearly sheep, value of sixpence, and one small yearly pig, value of eightpence, to grow old and happy in for the remaining years and when everything was got up for the purpose he put a gate on the place and thenabouts the gate was locked purposely by his faithful people to keep him inside in case he felt like sticking out his chest too far and tempting gracious providence. It ought to be always remembered that there was a commercial stopping in the hotel before that"

mysteries:


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1 comment:

  1. Was all of Phoenix Park ever surrounded by a wall? (If not, why bother?))

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