[chapter 6 was cranked out in a few weeks Jul-Aug 1927?]
Tristan in lost draft: "he beheld the holy ghosts of his undergradual loves, Henriette atop of the haycock, Nenette de l’Abbaye behind the taproom dor, Marie Louise all fun and fleas, tipsy Suzanne catch as catch can, and last but not least the rawboned housekeeper of the local parish priest ?Ghupthly"
cf FDV: "had several serevanmaids on the same parlour hearthrug"
FDV2: "had several
FW: "sevenal successivecoloured serebanmaids"
(colored maids on white rug echoes B&P vignette?)
rug motif: "kickaheeling their dummy on the oilcloth flure... on the tearsheet, wringing and coughing... on the watercloth, kissing and spitting"
not JAJ+Nora+Giorgio+Lucia (never suffered German hyperinflation, either)
FDV: "So? How do you no to now, lazy and gentleman? The answer is in the balk of the wodes, callhim forth. (Shaun MacIrevick, briefdragger, of the concern of Jhon Jhamiesen and Song, rated onehundred and thin per storehundred on this nightly quizquiquok of the twelve apostrophes set by Johnn MicEarweak.) E 1) What secondtonone myther builder was the first to rise taller through his tale than the bluegum bo or the Wellingtonia Sequoia, went nudiboots into a liffey when she was barely in her streams, was known to wear a conciliationcap on the esker of his hooth, had several serevanmaids on the same parlour hearthrug, killed himself as a young man, found food for five when the market was goflooded,"
FDV2: "So? Who do you no to nigh, lazy and gentleman? The echo is where in the back of the wodes, call himforth. (Shaun MacIrevick, briefdragger, for the concern of Jhon Jhamiesen and Song, rated onehundrick and thin per storehundred on this nightly quizquiquok of the twelve apostrophes set by
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