(what do Swedenborg, Confucius, and Lewis Carroll have in common? living to great age?)
Swedenborg bio "last great change... Assessor... black velvet... teeth... eighty-one... buckle"
The 'Lane pictures' are several dozen modern masterpieces collected by Hugh Lane between 1900 and 1915. Lane was seven years older than Joyce, the nephew of Lady Gregory (and thus half-Persse). He battled to donate them to a museum in Dublin. (p79)
"parks... gun" [EB11]
"one 18 to one 18 biss" time interval? space interval? age??
"Old grand tuttut toucher up of young poetographies" (note that Carroll himself disapproved-- tut tut!-- of 'photoshopping' and most likely also of taking sexual liberties with his young girl friends, and maybe of their attempting to portray him in words or sketches) [*]
♬ It's Your Last Trip, Titanic, Fare You Well [pdf]
The Woman Who Did (has a baby without marrying)
FDV: "this Mr. Neelsoen highly accurrect in his everythinks live here in black velvet sidden mangy years and got a baybay bucktooth coming on at 81. That why all parks up cited about his gunnfadder. That why he man with two purses agitating his theopot with walkabout shake from one 18 to one 18 bis. Old grand toucher up of your poetographies and he turn round quick red if some make one noise. A fact. True bill.
2DV: "this Heer assassor Neelsoen
mysteries: one 18