Monday, May 5, 2014

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Assigned reading (1 par [] plus 168 notes) [secondary] [McH] [*]

Tuskar Rock lighthouse
Rabelais: "nuzzing of camels... frantling of peacocks... charming of beagles... snuttering of monkies" [etext] (noises avoided by philosopher)
nuzzing → "muzzing"
snuttering → "smuttering"
charming → "chare"???

Matthew Hanigan’s Aunt [tune needed!]
"When otter leaps in outer parts then Yul remembers Mei." []
words The young May moon is beaming, love -

FW2 replaces 'giregargo' with "qireqareqol" (choir?)


FDV: "No chare of beagles, frantling of peacocks, {no} muzzing of the camel, smuttering of apes. Lights, pageboy, lights! When otter leaps in outer parts then Yul remembers May. Her {hung maid} mohns are bluming {look} to greet the loes on yon coast of amethyst; arcglow's seafire siemens here and warnerforth's hookercrookers. Darkpark's acoo with sucking loves. Rosimund's by her wishing well. And if you wand to Livmouth, wenderer, here is {lurks} no iron welcome. {Bing. Bong. Bingbang: Thunderation!} Were you Marely quean of scuts or but Christien the Last here's dapplebellied mugs and troublebedded rooms and sawdust strown in expectoration. Mr Knight, big tapster, buttles; his alewife's up to his hip. And Watsy Lyke looks after all rinsings and don't omiss Kate, put in with the bricks. A's the sign and one's the number."

mysteries: chare, giregargo/qireqareqol


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