Sunday, May 25, 2014

Page 265

Assigned reading (8 pars [] plus 127 notes) [secondary] [McH] [*]

synopsis: 'the neighbourhood of the tavern, Chapelizod — up to the children's study-room'

FDV: "of stone, belgroved of mulbrey, all is for the retrospectioner. Sweet as auburn cometh up as a flower that fragolance of the fraisey beds: the phoenix, his pyre, is still flaming away with true Pratt spirit: the wren, his nest, is niedelig, as the turrises of the Sabines are televisible. There is the cottage and the bungalow for the cobbeler and the brandnewburgher but Isolde, her gardens are for the fairhaired daughter of Aengus. All out of two barreny old perishers and one inn, one tap and one tavern and only two million two hundred and eightythousand nine hundred and sixty lines to the wuestworts of a general poet's office."





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