FINNEGANS WAKE NOTEBOOKS

Sheets II, material for II.2: Paris

Facsimile edition: James Joyce Archive vols. 52, 53, 63, ed. Danis Rose.
Manuscript: British Library 47478 and 47488 passim, 1933-1935 Notebook details

FW Sheet 2 page 1


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47486a-67 JJA 61:195

 
FW Sheet 2 page 1(a)

She has those pothooks from pappa mostly, after Vere Foster, but the curly meqeues are of Mippa's moulding. color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):010(a)
FW Sheet 2 page 1(b)

Da grey like the Sygness the Swan color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 1(c)

Dc , Dathy Dara of the Madderhorn, daring Dunderhead to shiver his timbers color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 1(d)

Db J |aSaturday next |bSartaday next Sartaday aftermoon |cnex lex|c*b|a| leap will |abe |bsee smile onb|a| our |aanniversary twelvemonthsminda| color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):018(d)
FW Sheet 2 page 1(e)

Splesh of my splash, springs the salmon. Twit twit twinkle twings the twilight color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 2


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-313 JJA 52:241

 
FW Sheet 2 page 2(a)

Indeed the most incredible experiences have everywhere concomitated to [??] upon the lissom limbs of this pious and pure fair one whose fount Bandusian plays liquick sunlight, whose afterodour sighs of musk regretted, |awhose silence shines as sphere of silver,a| ~

FW Sheet 2 page 2(b)

~ behold them, these unmatchables, her [dreers] hereover till latter Lammas is led in by both our washwives a weird of wonders tenebrous as |athe thata| evil thorngarth blithe as this blowing wild.

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):038(g)

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[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47486a-36 JJA 52:218

 
FW Sheet 2 page 3(a)

Insertion

FW Sheet 2 page 3(b)

D I could warble you |away down upon the swoony reverya| from Inchigeela all the |adays daya| of the chuming girl I love, may suet tart win a boy. |aAll which I picked such choice thinks to the first gentleman of my thoughtsa| And you would have earned for your pinpoint prompt at me ~ color t.b.a.

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Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):056(c)
FW Sheet 2 page 3(c)

~ you could bet was your bottom dolours ~ color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 3(d)

~ that hell was not in the apholster's creedle color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):060(h)
FW Sheet 2 page 3(e)

Of

FW Sheet 2 page 4


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-300 JJA 52:257

 
FW Sheet 2 page 4(a)

Letter

FW Sheet 2 page 4(b)

fairy fives

FW Sheet 2 page 4(c)

Boaster! ~ color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(l)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):140(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 4(d)

~ That women faint around when you enter! color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(m)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):134(a)
FW Sheet 2 page 4(e)

while waiting for that when where, both will go the parriage priest. color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(n). Only “parriage priest” is used.
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):142(g)
FW Sheet 2 page 4(f)

he proud of the cockhold of his hat ~ color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(o).
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):142(e), N03 (VI.B.3):142(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 4(g)

~ & she pleased to be wearing the trousseaurs. color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(o).
FW Sheet 2 page 4(h)

Wherefor Luiz can write what Ella can't read or veesyversey, how about it? color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(k)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):076(a)

FW Sheet 2 page 5


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-312 JJA 52:240

 
FW Sheet 2 page 5(a)

Such is. |aA.N. date intendeda| Dear |a(name of desired subject)a|. And, well, I go on to. ~

FW Sheet 2 page 5(b)

~ Teach me how to carve deer, tease me how to curve. Treat me all I'll long to till I turtle like a dove dorve. And I near bruk the one to two tooth I had |a(musher! musher!)a| on your same old |asuperior qualitya| tufftuff biffstag|a, as Pop Mop & Pot |bknows nosedb| it,a| donekids years after, buck luck to it. Here's my hate come |aina| back to me as virgin as before

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(a).
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):052(b), N03 (VI.B.3):061(c), N03 (VI.B.3):066(c)
FW Sheet 2 page 5(c)

relatched yourself

FW Sheet 2 page 5(d)

you after which your sole desire was to cease to be.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(c).
FW Sheet 2 page 5(e)

|amate the swoon I undid your [blank] when you'd [maid] me named yrselfa|

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(f).
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):061(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 5(f)

Which was all your — |amiddle agesa| replies of the poetics |aMr Faithful & Fervent,a| to my fine silver teapot |ahallmarked as famillea|

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(b) and Sheet ii-36(d).
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):067(d), N03 (VI.B.3):069(c), N03 (VI.B.3):070(d)

FW Sheet 2 page 6


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-315 JJA 52:243

 
FW Sheet 2 page 6(a)

B with |asobs for his job,a| tears for his toil, horror for his squalor, but pep for his perdition (bo the boor plieth as the laird hireth him)

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):064(d)

FW Sheet 2 page 7


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-120 JJA 52:24, 245

 
FW Sheet 2 page 7(a)

so Thou hast Thyday

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):076(e)
FW Sheet 2 page 7(b)

Was it in the w woodspeech of our sweet plantation where the branchings there will say |atill tomorrowa| that's gone to his |ayesterdaysa| Curragh |ainteriora| ~

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):071(c), N03 (VI.B.3):076(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 7(c)

~ or in anthologies where tre fiori in un vaso da giorno wishes simplest to show ~

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):072(d)
FW Sheet 2 page 7(d)

~ if my Mutua of the Mirror holds her candle to our cuddle I don't reek a spirt of anyseed whether trigemellmens coddle his caudle or nope. color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 8


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-129 JJA 52:23

 
FW Sheet 2 page 8(a)

J Euleneyes, schw schwinespeeper, aun andt's avaries, grossoper's grandegaffe!

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):086(g)

FW Sheet 2 page 9


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-124 JJA 53:266

 
FW Sheet 2 page 9(a)

Te Deum

FW Sheet 2 page 9(b)

antiphonary / after A

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):096(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 9(c)

Thanks eversore much|a. By Saxo Grammaticus,a| you done that lovely |afor froma| me.

Note: This part of the sheet is first draft material (II.2:9.0)
FW Sheet 2 page 9(d)

|aBleeding God,a| It is the least of things, my dear Dartry dullard. You are, imagine it, 100,000 times welcome. Where is that Quin but who sknows it not that you |athat are my parlour endthishisa| were born with a silver arm up your sleeve.

Note: This part of the sheet is first draft material (II.2:9.0)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):087(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 9(e)

I defend you to scant my |ascullion'sa| praises. To book solely belongs the |amerit preisea|.

Note: This part of the sheet is first draft material (II.2:9.0)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):089(b), N03 (VI.B.3):093(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 9(f)

With this same laudable purpose in loudability let us be singlified!

Note: This part of the sheet is first draft material (II.2:9.0)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):089(f)

FW Sheet 2 page 10


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
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FW Sheet 2 page 10(a)

Te Deum

FW Sheet 2 page 10(b)

It is distinctly understood as for we were not on begetting, for now and aye foes shall be.

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):090(c)
FW Sheet 2 page 10(c)

Connlath is mitriarch in Kildare: ~

Note: Not in 1939 text. See also Sheet ii-01(c)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):091(d)
FW Sheet 2 page 10(d)

~ Maurice Brooks & Dr Lyons have shunted Sterling and sir Arthur Guinness. ~

FW Sheet 2 page 10(e)

~ Dagobert went through his preparatory in Slane where he learned how to inside outbreeches from Brian Aulin, the chief culoteer.

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):092(e)

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[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
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FW Sheet 2 page 11(a)

Te Deum

FW Sheet 2 page 11(b)

O glorious hinterland of our honour of the halfway where Potch the Poet ranks with Surglerd the Sergeant

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):093(c)
color t.b.a.
FW Sheet 2 page 11(c)

Where |athe wisea| olive can dress as grand as |athe royala| oak, with the iris on them, roe, [??], |abwee bueea|, gloss, [blank]

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):093(d)
color t.b.a.
FW Sheet 2 page 11(d)

Call a feast for the Feeney,

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):088(c), N03 (VI.B.3):094(e)
color t.b.a.
FW Sheet 2 page 11(e)

Eureka (or other)color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 12


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-116 JJA 52:002

 
FW Sheet 2 page 12(a)

Insertion

FW Sheet 2 page 12(b)

(address) of D — sex at virginity, Joannes crescent Floquet

Note: This is draft material (II.2:1.0). See also: Sheet iii-09(i)
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):102(i)
FW Sheet 2 page 12(c)

[DRAFT]

Note: Most of the material on this page is draft material (II.2.1.0).

FW Sheet 2 page 13


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-299 JJA 52:256

 
FW Sheet 2 page 13(a)

Insertion

FW Sheet 2 page 13(b)

(incipit epistola)

FW Sheet 2 page 13(c)

May the birdies feed the sweetnesses no |amore moremirrora| mornings from my |alips lisplipsa|, Pipette, ~

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(g) before entry into draft.
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):032(f), N03 (VI.B.3):133(a), N03 (VI.B.3):134(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 13(d)

~ nor the dye of the wood's bluebells write no more kisslines on my tiny fives. ~

FW Sheet 2 page 13(e)

~ Your other one may have her picture photo leaning against her Piggott's piano ~

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(i).
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):133(c)
FW Sheet 2 page 13(f)

~ she's not a patch on pretties you saw the many's the times I climbed the trees.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(j).
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):133(e)

FW Sheet 2 page 14


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-302 JJA 52:230

 
FW Sheet 2 page 14(a)

letter

FW Sheet 2 page 14(b)

till usquebaughey changes him and she sells her auctor by minction.

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):145(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 14(c)

|ablasta| by Bethlem God,

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):145(e)
FW Sheet 2 page 14(d)

|ablusha| by Vainas Esthete,

Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):143(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 14(e)

from this posthouse

Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):008(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 14(f)

As you haste to pass

FW Sheet 2 page 14(g)

Tis |awith ona| your litter

FW Sheet 2 page 14(h)

I wept weeped my last

FW Sheet 2 page 14(i)

Well —

FW Sheet 2 page 15


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-118 JJA 52:016

 
FW Sheet 2 page 15(a)

(letter)

FW Sheet 2 page 15(b)

[DRAFT]

Note: The text on this page (from N3(VI.B.3)) is draft material (II.2.3.1)

FW Sheet 2 page 16


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-314 JJA 52:242

 
FW Sheet 2 page 16(a)

Margaritomancymaking ~

Note: Copied from the penultimate page of II.2:4.5' (JJA:52 p.207).
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):062(a)
FW Sheet 2 page 16(b)

~ off a blackthorn messagestick (or is it an ash sapling?) so as to befit him for the massacree by pitchcap prob and triangle tripos of the blissbrigade of all innocents and the holy murther of the hydrodux, while still preserving ~

Note: Copied from the last page of II.2:4.5 (JJA:52 p. 196).
FW Sheet 2 page 16(c)

~ that stained glass face effect (you would softeningly swear but butter would not melt in his breeches) ~

Note: Copied from the last page of II.2:4.5 (and II.2:4.5') (JJA:52 pp. 196 and 208).
FW Sheet 2 page 16(d)

~ yet piling up sapience, an omnitude of jadg and daktar, as eagerly as anisocrates or gautamned budder. ~

Note: Copied from the last page of II.2:4.5 (and II.2:4.5') (JJA:52 pp. 196 and 208).
Original notebook: N25 (VI.B.15):084(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 16(e)

~ And. / Nay, rather.

Note: Copied from the last page of II.2:4.5 (and II.2:4.5') (JJA:52 pp. 196 and 208).
Original notebook: N03 (VI.B.3):003(a)
FW Sheet 2 page 16(f)

The green ray of even it waves to us yonder.

FW Sheet 2 page 16(g)

And may this sybilette prove our shiboleth for us to syllble it well

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):069(e)

FW Sheet 2 page 17


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-121 JJA 52:20

 
FW Sheet 2 page 17(a)

|aWe've just been reading about Jellyous Seizer & his duo of Drewindresses and the tryonforit of Oxthievious, Lapidist & Malthouse Antonya| color t.b.a.

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):012(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 17(b)

Eire, Eire, clane co cuntrary, |awhere howa| does your girdle grow? ~

FW Sheet 2 page 17(c)

~ Eat early earthapples. ~

FW Sheet 2 page 17(d)

~ Leap the law. ~

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FW Sheet 2 page 17(e)

~ Wide hiss, we're arizening. Hoots fromm, we're globing. ~

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):044(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 17(f)

~ But it's tails for toughs and titties for totties and come buckets come bats till deeli deelect. ~

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):050(e), N41 (VI.B.33):116(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 17(g)

~ Dark ages clasp the daisy roots Stop, if you are a B.C. minding girl|a, hot on naval actiums |ba sally of the allies,b| ora| 216,

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):067(f), N41 (VI.B.33):074(e), N41 (VI.B.33):125(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 17(h)

|apitched engagements, banks of oars & tightlocked testudosa|

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):073(e)
FW Sheet 2 page 17(i)

, , , , , 1132, should ~

FW Sheet 2 page 18


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-122 JJA 52:21

 
FW Sheet 2 page 18(a)

~ you prefer A.D. Stepplease, O do. And if you miss with a venture, serves you girly well glad.

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):126(g)
FW Sheet 2 page 18(b)

E.Q.

Note: Boxed.
FW Sheet 2 page 18(c)

She glows. |aShe gives a signa| There's time |atill nigh unt'eveya| to hear hers, turn her up or turn her down. ~

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):128(d), N41 (VI.B.33):128(c), N41 (VI.B.33):145(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 18(d)

~ A [blank], brat can choose from so many from tween the languours and weakness of girlhood to the head back and heartaches of womanage. And what is more |alots heaps & heapsa| of other things too, yoking apart, from Sis her mystery of pain.

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):128(b), N41 (VI.B.33):130(c), N41 (VI.B.33):131(c), N41 (VI.B.33):131(d), N41 (VI.B.33):134(a), N41 (VI.B.33):157(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 18(e)

Page femme hug

FW Sheet 2 page 18(f)

treedivels

FW Sheet 2 page 18(g)

Take your little head out of the tub for me

Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):015(e)
FW Sheet 2 page 18(h)

|aTall Tella| us all you think you [soul] & we'll |ariddle littletalea| you where to tittle & tattle

FW Sheet 2 page 19


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-119 JJA 52:17

 
FW Sheet 2 page 19(a)

Soon |ashe my dear girl |bShe of nimious novence charily being cupidb|a| will knit |ain on solfa sofaa| while they will cudgel |aover division table. Achschan!a| No |aBrowne & Nolan'sa| arithamathing for her|a, our dear child,a| ~

Note: This is draft material later rearranged.
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):135(a), N41 (VI.B.33):138(f), N41 (VI.B.33):144(f), N41 (VI.B.33):145(d)
FW Sheet 2 page 19(b)

~ though she'll spin on bike youthlit's bike through the missile of the mike with her toots upon the algebrars,

Note: This is draft material later rearranged.
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):139(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 19(c)

and that if there is a third person being spoken about it all proceeds from a first person speaking to a second person who is being spoken to. ~

Note: This is draft material later rearranged.
FW Sheet 2 page 19(d)

~ From Nabob let me never stray so nemm me nice & name the day.

Note: This is draft material later rearranged.

FW Sheet 2 page 20


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-301 JJA 52:258

 
FW Sheet 2 page 20(a)

Woefor|a, were rich cake never so paraclithic,a| ~ color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(q)
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):bfr(g)
FW Sheet 2 page 20(b)

~ must she to / send him a |achaina| letter on / her modesty' service, ~ color t.b.a.

Note: Partly copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(q) and Sheet ii-36(s)
FW Sheet 2 page 20(c)

~ to be slipped on, to be slept on, |ato be conned, to be kept,a| ~ color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(t).
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):159(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 20(d)

~ a dayclear azure, resilk- / brocaded, a mouldernlousy, / a lieperstoal color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(u).
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):159(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 20(e)

from I-sold-the-blend / to Threefingered Carrot, / as from the Still-a-vain / essay from Capture / Make Hitch, color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(w).
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):114(h)
FW Sheet 2 page 20(f)

|aand the way from Flabby / with Flappers ever so [unclymatuous]a| color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(r).
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):199(b)
FW Sheet 2 page 20(g)

|abecause of this / e's penny [hares] / for that onea|color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 20(h)

|aRegretfeeling that this is that girl he looks / back to her for him to try not to love her |aso sore / art though she / knows it's hard, hisa| color t.b.a.

Note: Copied (typed) to Sheet ii-36(v)
Original notebook: N41 (VI.B.33):168(d), N41 (VI.B.33):168(e), N41 (VI.B.33):168(f)

FW Sheet 2 page 21


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FW Sheet 2 page 21(a)

A toopettypoo for its gropes |aunseenity unseenitiesa| but will you, sugery Nedda, dolcycalm them with oginmorte papavero with that savrident ayascent that smells of littlittly a smilikin smile off.

FW Sheet 2 page 22


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FW Sheet 2 page 22(a)

debout in charity, and stamp youpin of the eleazthick canscience |acré crèvede fain,a| give the paw and thank the clyrial gentleman for these few nuts. Jamais. For he will sing seder for the good of his peers though chaplets clink with a rattle of rosebeads.

FW Sheet 2 page 23


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
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FW Sheet 2 page 23(a)

Insertions

FW Sheet 2 page 23(b)

[blank], if you im seppellectical |aimpediments sexquipedaliaa| (respectively their paropsides, theseto viriles virilvirs' vultuvisages preclearmost sepellectichellcolor t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 23(c)

satisfinelonly and with pingent porphycolor t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 23(d)

irrcircumimluminatedhave color t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 23(e)

and if (Indiae ruber attestabit [blank]) the C.O.D. of enocomiescolor t.b.a.

FW Sheet 2 page 24


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
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FW Sheet 2 page 24(a)

EQ

FW Sheet 2 page 24(b)

nasal foss Not cancelled

Note: Fossa (Anat.): cavity.
Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):016(k)
FW Sheet 2 page 24(c)

So much for Vercingetorix and his grand arx lay triump. ~

FW Sheet 2 page 24(d)

~ Translout that now into Turfish, Teague, like a good bog, and you, Thady, poloss it off with the blottom pulper.

Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):119(a)

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FW Sheet 2 page 25(a)

Which is true of all Kevins and the lotschclue to |asaints aristmysticsa| in general |asince fora| housebane |afirst wetted |bwillb| still wetsa| waif and be caught upon her much as Sullyman ma did with Shebear |avector on a vanquest,a| when he made her contickle of contickles |aafter he had first set her livers on firea|, to find a meaning for you know what a mean. Aborigines of Apeland shoot the moon in consequence.

Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):086(f), N29 (VI.B.21):090(g), N29 (VI.B.21):091(c), N29 (VI.B.21):094(f), N29 (VI.B.21):094(g), N29 (VI.B.21):095(d), N29 (VI.B.21):113(g), N29 (VI.B.21):113(h), N29 (VI.B.21):122(a)

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[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
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|aAnd as we are on pillow problemsa| Let us |ajobbersa| consider and look back on our own dummy bookselves, our secondary us, |awhere we picked up our ideasa| beginning with the tram commandments and working on to the |ayarn of thea| lifereign of Billy the Brief and books on the human anatomy. / N03 (VI.B.3):035(f)

Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):157(f), N29 (VI.B.21):164(c), N29 (VI.B.21):231(b), N29 (VI.B.21):240(d), N29 (VI.B.21):300(c)

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[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
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FW Sheet 2 page 27(a)

Letter

FW Sheet 2 page 27(b)

5 I intend to take silk to grigg |aalla| my juniors when I'm nineteen

Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):171(e)
FW Sheet 2 page 27(c)

6 (Nature tells everybody about it)

Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):214(f)
FW Sheet 2 page 27(d)

3 You sh'u'dn't write you can't if you w'u'dn't pass for underdevelopmented

Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):264(e)
FW Sheet 2 page 27(e)

4 If it's me chews to swallow all you saidn't you can eat my words for it, as sure as there's a key in my kiss. |aI learned all the runes of the gamest game ever from my old norse Asa and she vicking well knowed them heartwise. A most adventuresting trot is her.a| Quick erit faciofacey when we'll conjugate tomorrow at amare hour.

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[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
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FW Sheet 2 page 28(a)

Letter

FW Sheet 2 page 28(b)

9 the good father with the twinkle in his eye will always have cakes in his pocket to bethroat us with for our allmichael good.

FW Sheet 2 page 28(c)

1 Come, cool of my slate, to the beat of my blush.

FW Sheet 2 page 28(d)

2 With all this gelded youth about I just feel |athe thrills & ills ofa| like putting an end to myself

FW Sheet 2 page 28(e)

8 Wasn't it |atoo justa| divining that dog of a day as I sat on the Drewitt's altar, as cooled as a culcumber with you offering me up insulse illscents & the honers stagstuck |aon thea| leasward.

FW Sheet 2 page 29


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-302v JJA 52:229

 
FW Sheet 2 page 29(a)

letter

FW Sheet 2 page 29(b)

10 for, troth being stronger than fortuitous fiction, it's the surplice money |amy, my young friend & sweet creature, | (blest if you stand for it, blush if you're touched)a| buys the bed with the clothes.

FW Sheet 2 page 29(c)

& borrows the clothes

FW Sheet 2 page 29(d)

b[oth] (as slick as Cipollo, & as sane as Susina,

FW Sheet 2 page 30


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47478-305 JJA 52:231

 
FW Sheet 2 page 30(a)

Letter

FW Sheet 2 page 30(b)

flimsy-filmsy

FW Sheet 2 page 31


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47488-246 JJA 52:8

 
FW Sheet 2 page 31(a)

Riverside color t.b.a.

1930 street list: R. Fahey, Riverside house.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(b)

Sunnybank color t.b.a.

1930 street list: G. Powell, Sunnybank.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(c)

Old School House

1930 street list: J. Mahony, hairdresser, Old School house.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(d)

S Laurence Lodge color t.b.a.

1930 street list: P. Derby, St. Laurence lodge.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(e)

Ashview color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Mrs Murphy, Ashview.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(f)

Glenthorn color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Glenthorn 1. Rev. P. Ryan, C.C. 2. J Hipwell.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(g)

Springvale color t.b.a.

1930 street list: J. Kennedy, Springvale.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(h)

Knockmary

1930 street list: Thos. Leonard, Knockmary-lodge.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(i)

Sabine Terrace color t.b.a.

1930 street list: H. Jordan, Sabine-terrace.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(j)

Glenaulin color t.b.a.

1930 street list: T.M. Healy, K.C., Glenaulin.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(k)

Ardeevin color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Miss King, Ardeevan.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(l)

orchard lodge color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Miss Elizabeth Mackey and Miss Josephine Mackey, Orchard-lodge.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(m)

mayfield house color t.b.a.

1930 street list: William M'Mahon, Mayfield house.

FW Sheet 2 page 31(n)

5280

3
------
15,840
12
-------
190,080
12
---------
2,280,960

  • FW39 lb265.25
  • MS missing
  • JJA not reproduced Usage
  • Draft: II.2§2.0

1930 street list: Chapelizod, … three miles W. from the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 63 acres. Population, 1,280, inhabiting 255 houses.

Note: 5280 (feet in a mile) × 3 = 15,840 (feet) × 12 = 190,080 (inches) × 12 (equals) 2,280,960 (lines).

FW Sheet 2 page 32


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47488-245 JJA 52:7

 
FW Sheet 2 page 32(a)

Glenmaroon color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Hon. Arthur Ernest Guinness, Glenmaroon.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(b)

Boundaryville color t.b.a.

1930 street list: S. Hogan, Boundary-ville.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(c)

The cottages color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Mrs Rogers, The Cottage.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(d)

Belgrove color t.b.a.

1930 street list: R. Spendlove, Belgrove.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(e)

Ballyfermot

1930 street list: Mrs M. Clear, vintner, Ballyfermot-bridge.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(f)

Uppercross

1930 street list: Chapelizod, a village partly in Palmerstown Parish, Uppercross barony, but chiefly in [Chapelizod Parish], Castleknock barony, Dublin County.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(g)

Norman's Court color t.b.a.

1930 street list:

FW Sheet 2 page 32(h)

Gardenville

1930 street list: Gardenville 1. J. Martin 2. F. Burton.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(i)

Annamore

1930 street list: J. Malone, Annamore.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(j)

Johnstown House

1930 street list: R. Murphy, Johnstown house.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(k)

Stone — color t.b.a.

1930 street list: N. O'Connor, Stone house.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(l)

King's house color t.b.a.

1930 street list: T. Dallas Dixon, King's-house.

FW Sheet 2 page 32(m)

Auburn color t.b.a.

1930 street list:

FW Sheet 2 page 33


[Switzerland, Summer 1933]
BL MS 47488-247 JJA 52:9

 
FW Sheet 2 page 33(a)

Buona Vista color t.b.a.

1930 street list:

FW Sheet 2 page 33(b)

Wren's Nest color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Miss Mary Ennis, vintner, Wren's nest.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(c)

Isolde Gardens color t.b.a.

1930 street list:

FW Sheet 2 page 33(d)

Strawberry Beds color t.b.a.

1930 street list: W. Corcoran, grocer, Strawberry-beds.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(e)

The parochial

1930 street list: Mrs. S. O'Donovan, mistress, Chapelizod Parochial Schools.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(f)

Phoenix villas color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Phoenix-villas 1. Mr Lever. 2. A. Duffy.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(g)

Santa Rosa color t.b.a.

1930 street list: F. Williams, Santa Rosa.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(h)

King Aengus color t.b.a.

1930 street list: [Chapelizod] is said to derive its name from La Belle Izod, daughter of King Aengus.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(i)

2 baronies / 2 parishes color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Chapelizod, a village partly in Palmerstown Parish, Uppercross barony, but chiefly in the parish of the same name, Castleknock barony, Dublin County.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(j)

ivied tower (C of I) color t.b.a.

1930 street list: There is a Church of Ireland Church, with an ivied tower, a Convent at Mount Sackville, a Roman Catholic Church, a National School, and Civic Guard Station, and a Postal Telegraph Office.

FW Sheet 2 page 33(k)

Wm III, viceregal

1930 street list: King William III spent several days in [Chapelizod]; and prior to the erection of the Viceregal Lodge, it was the country residence of the Viceroy.

FW Sheet 2 page 34


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS missing (text posited)

 
FW Sheet 2 page 34(a)

3 miles W. from the GPO color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Chapelizod, … three miles W. from the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 63 acres. Population, 1,280, inhabiting 255 houses.

FW Sheet 2 page 34(b)

La belle Izod, d of k Aengus color t.b.a.

1930 street list: [Chapelizod] is said to derive its name from La Belle Izod, daughter of King Aengus.

FW Sheet 2 page 34(c)

Mulberry house color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Mr. Adderley, Mulberry house.

FW Sheet 2 page 34(d)

Carlisle Tavern color t.b.a.

1930 street list: J. O'Shaughnessy, vintner, “Carlisle Tavern”.

FW Sheet 2 page 34(e)

The Tap color t.b.a.

1930 street list: J. O'Shaughnessy, vintner, “The Tap”.

FW Sheet 2 page 34(f)

Phoenix Park Distillery, Alfd. Platt, manager color t.b.a.

1930 street list: Phoenix Park Distillery —The Distillers' Co. Ltd., whiskey distillers.—Alfd. Platt, manager.

FW Sheet 2 page 34(g)

The Bungalow color t.b.a.

1930 street list: J. Talon, The Bungalow.

FW Sheet 2 page 35


[??]
BL MS 47477-23 (typescript) JJA:52:217

 
FW Sheet 2 page 35(a)

Anna wars in the biginnings, leaves but shell prubable return; after great deap sleap rerising and a white night with the cows of Dreamenhaven as shower as there's a mist enclouded in Wets Wicklow or a little flush of rose to adawn a thorntree.

Note: Typescript.
FW Sheet 2 page 35(b)

Obedient of civicity, urbanous in felicity, that 'll yet meek Mike our diputy mimber when he's head on poll and Peter's burgess and Miss Mitchy Matchy is tipt up by Tuft Taft. Goblesse, gobleege!

Note: Typescript.
FW Sheet 2 page 35(c)

But in meaner minor mode the cad as can't abide a code, at Inverross be his abode and be hanked to his nick until he's dode. Gee hell you gee. Glug.

Note: Typescript. Cf. II.1:2.0

FW Sheet 2 page 36


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich Sheet (typescript)
image

 
FW Sheet 2 page 36(a)

Intermission. Tezch [sic] me how to carve deer, tease me how to curve, / Treat me all I'll long to till I tremble like a dov dorve. And I near bruk the one to tooth I had (musha, musha), as Mop / and Pot nose it, on your same old superior quality thoughtufred buffs / Mary bad luck to it, dunkids years after me ready virus, Here's me hat

Note: Made from Sheet ii-05(b).
FW Sheet 2 page 36(b)

~ Mr. Faithful and fervent, ~

Note: Made from Sheet ii-05(f).
FW Sheet 2 page 36(c)

~ after which your soles desire was to cease to / be, want it ~

Note: Made from Sheet ii-05(d)
FW Sheet 2 page 36(d)

~ which was all your |amiddleageda| replies of the poetries / to my fine silver teapot, hall-marked as femille ~

Note: Made from Sheet ii-05(f).
FW Sheet 2 page 36(e)

~ and gathered wrists

Note: See N44 (VI.B.34):102(a), presumed origin of missing
  • MS original.
  • FW Sheet 2 page 36(f)

    when I undid you, did I, as virgin as before you unmade me, didn't you

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-05(e).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(g)

    May the birdies feed their sweetness no moremorrow morning / from my lisplips, Pipette, ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-13(c).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(h)

    ~ nor the dye of the wood's bluebells write no / more kitzykittlongs on my my flitsy fairy fives, ~ Not cancelled

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-13(d)
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(i)

    ~ your other one may have her / picture photo and she declining upon her piggots piano ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-13(e).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(j)

    ~ but she's not / in the case with the pretties you saw any number of tenses formerly / clipt and clomb the trees, ~

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-13(f).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(k)

    ~ Thereas Luiz wont write what Esastella and / ellastessa betwisting em won't redearite ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-04(h).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(l)

    ~ (boaster, ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-04(c)
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(m)

    ~ what books how his / womans faints as swoon as he enterooms) ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-04(d)
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(n)

    ~ of boths going to parriage / priest ones time appointed must be waited on, illemet ~

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-04(e). Only “parriage priest” is used.
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(o)

    ~ proud as a tarquin / cuck weggin that cuckold on his hat, ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-04(f).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(p)

    ~ ist anympe cling ravisht to be / flauncing in such lucreasious trousseaurs,

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-04(g).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(q)

    heretofore lurks the woefor, / were richness and cake never so paraclittic ~

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-20(a).
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(r)

    ~ and the way of a flabby with / flippers ever so unclyunctuous, ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-20(f)
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(s)

    ~ that must she to him a chainletter send / frankes margareet on her modestys service, ~ Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-20(b). Curiously, only 'chainletter' is crossed through.
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(t)

    ~ to be slipped on, to be slept / by, to be conned, to be kept, Green

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-20(c)
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(u)

    should its dayclear azure nonresilk Muses: / of an oldhills dhramer that socks songsterisus brocaded meed moulderin- / lousy a lieperstoad ~

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-20(d)
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(v)

    ~ Regretfeeling he as this is and beggars opera, the / girl with whom happy could home be gif an eidherbowned to loveless sw, / she signals aware thoudg how 'tis hard whiles annoythere dire harmer / wiles Joe Nash away, ~

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-
    FW Sheet 2 page 36(w)

    ~ from Hyacanthe Have to Threefingered Carrot, hem, / it's still a vain essay haws Captor Make Each.

    Note: Made from Sheet ii-20(e).

    FW Sheet 2 page 37


    [??]
    BL MS 47477-231 JJA 52:126

     
    FW Sheet 2 page 37(a)

    Daft Davy is in the Madderhorn / daring Dunderhead to shiver his / timbers Hannibal macH-- the / Hejirite is minsterbuilding up / S. Barnabosh's 1132 is seeing / the [blank] and 2 plies 16 plus twice f[emm] / hundred hug tredivels are wetnessing / the -- And dagobert doing his pre-/paratory in Clane is learning how to / put a broad f f[ecce] on to a / broken material from Bryan Au-/lining Erin's hircohaired culoteer

    Note: This is not the source of FW 274.04-275.02 but is a rough copy taken from the second typescript (II.2:3.4).
    FW Sheet 2 page 37(b)

    a pengeneepy for your warcheekpies

    FW Sheet 2 page 37(c)

    puzzly, puzzly, I smell a cat

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):029(c)
    FW Sheet 2 page 37(d)

    clean [b[?]] / [br[?]]

    FW Sheet 2 page 37(e)

    1 pantocracy

    FW Sheet 2 page 37(f)

    2 bimutuallism

    FW Sheet 2 page 37(g)

    3 interchangeability

    FW Sheet 2 page 37(h)

    4 naturality

    FW Sheet 2 page 37(i)

    5 superfetation

    FW Sheet 2 page 38


    [??]
    BL MS 47478-233 JJA 52:127

     
    FW Sheet 2 page 38(a)

    Notes

    FW Sheet 2 page 38(b)

    All the world loves a big / gleaming jelly.

    Original notebook: VI.C.10:142(c)
    FW Sheet 2 page 38(c)

    Margin left

    FW Sheet 2 page 38(d)

    As Shakefork might / pitch it

    Original notebook: VI.C.10:142(k)
    FW Sheet 2 page 38(e)

    from the 7 tents of Joseph / & the Calends of Maid / Marian

    Original notebook: VI.C.10:144(c), VI.C.10:144(d)

    FW Sheet 2 page 39


    [??]
    BL MS 47478-156 JJA 52:081

     
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(a)

    Nebob - all menkind of every description. color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 39(b)

    You're a nice walkout, I don't think.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):109(b)
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(c)

    Liar, we were always wholly rose maries color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):110(e)
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(d)

    Said |aBlessed Blistereda| Mary Aikenhed to Beatified / Tom Talbot color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 39(e)

    Porphyrious Albion, redcoat / liar our / side color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):125(d), N46 (VI.B.36):150(b)
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(f)

    understudy (Mutua) color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):138(e)
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(g)

    able seaman candour color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):150(a)
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(h)

    with her poodle asking her color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):151(e)
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(i)

    Huntler and Puma's animal / alphabites, the first in the world / from aab to zoo. color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):164(a)
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(j)

    > Kish is for anticheirst color t.b.a.

    Note: The drawing of the hand was not included in the draft (or in the following typescript), but reappears in the published transition
    FW Sheet 2 page 39(k)

    < And gags for skool & crossbuns color t.b.a.

    Note: The drawing of the crossed bones was not included in the draft (or in the following typescript), but reappears in the published transition

    FW Sheet 2 page 40


    [??]
    BL MS 47478-155 JJA 52:080

     
    FW Sheet 2 page 40(a)

    |aImaginablea| Itinerary through the particular universal. color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 40(b)

    |aPossiprobable introduction probapossible prolegomenaa| to its / |ageneral ideoreala| history. color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):254(c)
    FW Sheet 2 page 40(c)

    The localisation of legend / leading in the legalisation / of latifondism. color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 40(d)

    Preausteric man and his / pursuit of prehysteric woman. color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 40(e)

    Urges and Widerurges in a / Primitive Sept. color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 40(f)

    Early notions of acquired / rights and the influence / of collective tradition upon / the individual. color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 40(g)

    How civilisations were ploughed in / and how culture cropped up / from the [humilisation] of Cowdung Forks color t.b.a.

    • FW unlocated
    Note: Marked to indicate replacement by Sheet ii-40(i).
    FW Sheet 2 page 40(h)

    A panoptical purview of progress / and the future presentation of / the past. color t.b.a.

    FW Sheet 2 page 40(i)

    All we suffered |afrom undera| the Cowdung / Forks or how we enjoyed |athe oura| / pick of the basketfild. color t.b.a.

    Note: Marked to indicate replacement for Sheet ii-40(g).
    Original notebook: N46 (VI.B.36):200(d)

    FW Sheet 2 page 41


    [??]
    BL MS 47478-81 JJA 53:226

     
    FW Sheet 2 page 41(a)

    A

    FW Sheet 2 page 41(b)

    and to find a locus for / an alp Get a Howlth on / your bayring as a prime / O and for second O unbox / your compasses. I cain. Are / you able? — Not cancelled

    Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):099(e), N29 (VI.B.21):100(f)
    FW Sheet 2 page 41(c)

    Amicable nod / So let's seth off / betwain us. Not cancelled

    Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):102(d)
    FW Sheet 2 page 41(d)

    And if you flung her / headdress on her under her / highlows you'd see |awhat whya| / solmonson set his seel / on a hexengown. Not cancelled

    Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):236(b)
    FW Sheet 2 page 41(e)

    mother of us all! Dc Not cancelled

    Original notebook: N29 (VI.B.21):257(g)

    FW Sheet 2 page 42


    [??]
    BL MS 47488-253 JJA 53:228

     
    FW Sheet 2 page 42(a)

    :

    FW Sheet 2 page 42(b)

    (while he that Other offered with / the 'halp of his creactive mind / to deliberate the mass from / the booty of fight our Same / sought by the holp of the bounty / of food to deluberate the mess from his corrupted mund) color t.b.a.

    Original notebook: N52 (VI.B.42):139(a), N52 (VI.B.42):139(b), N52 (VI.B.42):139(c), N52 (VI.B.42):139(d)
    FW Sheet 2 page 42(c)

    Simplespreach Hammelton and / selvertuned O'Haggins color t.b.a.

    Note: See also N03 (VI.B.3):158(h). William Gerard Hamilton (1729-96), entered parliament for Petersfield in 1755, known as ‘Single Speech’ Hamilton for his brilliant maiden effort; Thomas ‘Silvertongued’ O'Hagan (1812-86), Lord Chancellor of Ireland, the first Catholic to hold that office since the days of James II.
    FW Sheet 2 page 42(d)

    Somnion sciupiones color t.b.a.