Sunday, December 1, 2013

Page 88

Assigned reading (1 par [] plus 160 notes) [secondary]

Waterhouse's clock c1860
"and only abfalltree" ← 'inter omnes, Arbor una nobilis'

"he was one of those lucky cocks for whom the audible-visible-gnosible-edible world existed" ← Travers Smith: Psychic Messages from Oscar Wilde 'I was always one of those for whom the visible world existed' ← Oscar Wilde ← Goncourt diaries ← Théophile Gautier c1857 "Toute ma valeur, les critiques n'ont jamais parlé de cela: c'est que je suis un homme pour qui le monde visible existe." [so, a sensualist rather than an idealist... I think]

"cogitabundantly" ← 'cogitabundus' (Latin for 'full of thoughts')

", loving, breathing and sleeping morphomelosophopancreates, as he most significantly did, whenevery he thought he heard he saw he felt he made a bell clipperclipperclipperclipper" (sensualist = mechanist???)

"A crossgrained trapper with murty odd oogs, awlforated ares, inquiline nase and a twitcherous mouph" ← "a coarsegrained person with odd hips & twitching mouth"  ← 'a coarse-grained person with two left feet, odd hips, and twitching eyes'

FW2: "with {a stopper head, bottle shoulders, a barrel bauck and} tumblerous legs"

[Helmingham Erchenwyne Rutter Egbert Crumwall Odin Maximus Esme Saxon Esa Vercingetorix Ethelwulf Rupprecht Ydwallo Bentley Osmund Dysart Yggdrasselmann]
cf Lyulph Ydwallo Odin Nestor Egbert Lyonel Toedmag Hugh Erchenwyne Saxon Esa Cromwell Orma Nevill Dysart Plantagenet Bentley

[the three wicked Vuncouverers] good magic spells broken by betrayers
[Forests bent down awhits... Cumhilum] abc/midi
[there — is — a — grain — aleland in Long's gourgling barral]

Sir Philip Crampton monument w/drinking fountains:

FW2: "hvad? {Wirrgeling and boeuffickly bucephull.} And had he"
FW2: "Portterand's praise. {Wheataured, however, and with fallen mam}maries?"

FDV: "there was not as much light as wd light a child's altar"
4DV: "there was not as much light as would dim a child's altar"



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