FINNEGANS WAKE NOTEBOOKS

Sheets IV, material for II.3§1: Paris

Facsimile edition online only, NLI website.
Manuscript: Zurich, 1933-1934 Notebook details

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I seen the young chap preaching one time and / she asleep

Note: The sign at the head of this page is of two nested squares, the outer blue, the inner orange, with “C” in centre, blue.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):129(b)
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all OK with UK

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):129(a)
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Pain Dora's legacy

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):127(a)
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Oll Cromwell's brew

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):126(a)
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vitamines A, B etc

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):126(c)
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this ranch

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):126(g)
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like a lorry o'twowheels between Dufflin / & the dieppe sea

Note: Treport and Eu, in Normandy, where Laurence died and where his relics are preserved, are ca 20 miles north of Dieppe.]
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):124(a)
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[termon] abbeylands of Swords Lusk & / Finglas

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):124(c)
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sells p.cards of self to travel

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):123(a)
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“pegged” : K

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):122(a)
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Key city

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):122(b)
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hyperconic element H

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):122(f)
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pleads guilty so as to be tried / [??] acquitted H. I acquitted myself.

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):121(f)

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finest city upon the say

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):118(g)
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glensmen

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):118(a)
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MacFarlane (Partland only relic of the / African Partalon tribe died of malaria / found in Tallaght

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):117(a)
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<(Trickpat)> Sheltaslang

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):117(b)
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Agricola refused to invade Ireland

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):116(f)
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haunted by --?

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):116(e)
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a shakedown in his sheikdom

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):115(c)
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H fathecraft

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):115(d)
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rainbow seen [upside down sign] from bridge

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):115(e)
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C'll have a swell send off

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):114(b)
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2 [goddesses prip a goddess at] Tagore

Note: cf. Sheet iii-55(c)
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):114(d)
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continuation in or about p.x (advertisement) / for new reading

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):112(b)

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Does your mind carry you back

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):111(e)
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birthday gifts

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):111(f)
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steel czar, chartermayor & casting / director

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):110(c) and N44 (VI.B.34):110(e)
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letter signature is a perfect portrait

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):110(b)
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Horrish sweep whipt, 1815 - Waterloo

Note: cf. Sheet iii-27(b))
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):109(a)
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stepped out (A crim. con)

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):109(h)
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top of the form

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):108(a)
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O nicknames 1) whistling teeth,

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):107(b)
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O let us adopt him (H) ancestor

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):107(c)
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says the barkeep to the bouncer

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):106(a)
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prohibition - no beetle beer (develop)

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):106(h)
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they speak of A as bobbetty |ababbetty babbittya|

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):105(b)
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J presently engaged to get part as / improver

Note: cf. Sheet iii-55(h).
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):104(a)
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His Sapience & Her Soapiness

Note: See also Sheet iii-80(d).
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):103(a)
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in the shadowmist

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):102(e)

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Book of Dead prayer, to / end: Amon

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):101(e)
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dolefellows all

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):101(g)
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} her sweeping statement

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):100(c)
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H was whitewashing roof v heat ere he fell

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):099(a)
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thinking that ... X ... he said ... Z ...

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):099(c)
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did they but know it

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):099(e)
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the hide sought after by man, / pure thought, & woman, the / paperscatterer

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):098(h)
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distaff side and |a-- hacksawa| side

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):093(a) and N44 (VI.B.34):093(b)
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a hatspell of / postage stamps

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):088(a)
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jobmaster

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):088(d)
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that childsplay, sir, provokes reality Not cancelled

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):088(e)
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all are writing letter

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):084(a)

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rooks leave the tree when rot / in at its heart

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):085(d)
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what do you know, says he, about / angelology?

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):079(e)
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prophecies: says Jeremy to Baruch ...

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):079(c)
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[J] of C he never set the muse on / fire / at his christening

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):078(c)
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the jurors discharged exempted for / the rest of their natural lives Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-10(c)
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):078(d)
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K's eyelashes parted, eyelids painted

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):097(c)
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British literature

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):096(c)
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make it his business, if you get / my meaning

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):076(c) and N44 (VI.B.34):076(a)
Not cancelled
Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-10(b).
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there was a whisper

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):076(f)
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|ayou can take it from mea|

Note: Added late to top of page, possibly from Sheet iii-28(d). See also Sheet iii-14(f).
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):104(d)

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|ahis jackala|

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):075(d)
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D in a nice comfy / post she to plan his <future> / futucture

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):075(a)
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J this [bud] to sleep with / her <newr> neuroses

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):075(c)
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black mail mourning letters

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):075(e)
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to even begin to compare

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):074(b)
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the last wood at bowls

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):074(c)
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(v. sup) cast out anger ere he / dream C

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):074(f)
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the cadge, who was olens nolens, / begged the biggerman for a butt of / Saint Bruno (Bruni)

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D his fist([wising])

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):072(d)
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H was a hoary old Rhone as / he went into his [Lenar] but he / [sprang] out of her [leaksluice] with / his sconce stained skylit

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):071(b)
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A she diving under / in disorder to avoid him

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):071(e)

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this who is fey

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):071(c)
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at the gorsedd

Note: Use at 361.23 derives from VI.C.12:013(h). Welsh gorsedd&mdash;seat, mound; bards' convention.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):069(b)
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all who were watersowsed / & roadhogged for S. Lubbuck's [Lamon]

Note: xxx delete 292 in B & iso)
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):068(b)
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C's compositions

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):068(d)
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A scared |aFinn thea| lion with her 40 caps

Note: See also N23 (VI.B.12):022(d)
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):067(a)
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A will be presented and have / 6figure fortune as she detests / poverty

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):066(f); N44 (VI.B.34):066(d); N44 (VI.B.34):064(c)
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of herring(s) Not cancelled

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):062(c)
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is it peace it is

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):069(c)
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D big singing fellow

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):062(e)
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in the castle's baily

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):062(c)
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take a roundride in the / blowy bay / & get all the loose air you can for / fippence / aboard the bogaboo

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):051(b) and N44 (VI.B.34):051(c)
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A on her first lap with her prime pal

Note: See also Sheet iv-30(g).
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):048(c)
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oranges stuffed with mincemeat & the / tomatoes stuffed with oranges

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):044(d)
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a nightletter .

Note: Nightletter: U.S. telegram sent overnight. See VI.C.06:052(m) for FW 308.16 (II.2:9.8, missing draft).
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):042(c)

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a prawn party with / winkles, whelks & cockles / saint jelks for buttercup / day in the Phoenix Blue

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):040(a) and N44 (VI.B.34):040(b)
Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
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ascend H go back in seasons |ato [?]s / topa| Blue

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):038(d)
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H has retour d'age Blue

Note: French retour d'age: change of life.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):037(e)
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hypnotism talks Red

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):036(e)
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no lamps for courting Red

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):030(a)
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goodship

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came on ss Royal William

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):029(e)
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[send] suicidal stream up volcano Red

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):023(a)
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ladies [fanning] their gloves = clap

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):016(a)
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benebyen braossed ...

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D sang at 1st communion

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):011(e)
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drinks within measureable distance

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):007(h)
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D has prayed for Adam & Eve & parents

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):006(b)
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how it succeeded we shall shortly / see Red

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):004(c)
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said Representative X to -

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):003(a)

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for while he was yet / speaking

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):003(c)
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D the heart of the sweet / bread, the |aheart corea| of the roll Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(d)
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):002(a)
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cruse-hour

Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):001(b)
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be sure he was not slow to

Note: Copy from VI.B.34 ends here.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):001(c)
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N pantheon

Note: Copy from VI.B.20 begins here.
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):004(a)
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fail to excite

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):003(k)
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hill's hatable blazers v —

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):004(j), N21 (VI.B.20):004(k)
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H carried J on his back over / <water> flood

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):005(c)
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the devil's grey eminence

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):005(k)
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[when Veritas], Tempus' daughter,

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):005(i)
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mineral water papers cf JJ

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):006(g)
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H |apreportionallya| as many sultanas in him |aas he doffed the maska| / as a |||amusty||a| Mawhomedan

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):012(d); N21 (VI.B.20):009(i); N21 (VI.B.20):008(b),
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Babes in the Wood

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):011(d)
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justification of H

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):013(i)

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pengey pigeon Red

Note: The full sheet is crossed with a large orange “X”.
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If few pigs, / if you guess my miening, Red

Note: Derives from Sheet iv-5(h). The old Irish halfpenny had an image of a sow and piglets.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):076(a)
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the same to the good in / <in> <as> as velut discharge to / after which he had / exemptied for the ballast / of his natural life. Red

Note: Derives from Sheet iv-5(e) above.
Original notebook: N44 (VI.B.34):078(d)
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eorl Loritz <of> to Cape of / Good Howth Red

Note: See Sheet iv-30(o) below.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:156(c)
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Cabo Thormendoso Red

Note: See Sheet iv-30(p) below.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:156(d)
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[hi tripperrn]Red

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as plabs will be plabs, Red

Note: See Sheet iv-31(d) above.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:167(n)

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H feeds on his Hooten's / cocoa essence

Note: Graph paper. The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign: blue square with brown “C” in centre.
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):016(j)
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H reformed

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):027(j)
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C weeps when returning from school / |aall theirtoa| / |aabouta|

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):031(a)
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tabled Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(d). See also VI.C.06:105(c).
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):038(d)
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set a train of thought running / in his mind

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):039(a)
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H spectator

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):045(k)
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hit upon [what athm]

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):046(j)
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age of reptiles

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):048(e)
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viciously balbutient & virtually deaf

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):048(f)
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H target of rifle butts Not cancelled

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):061(h)
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he all along allowed Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(f)
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):062(h)
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Ardilaun - Iveagh, Arthur d. of W. [“Ardilaun's parasites”]

Note: Use at FW 418.01 derives from version at Sheet iii-11(b). Lord Ardilaun had cause to change his shirt four times a day, his skin being infested with lice.
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):068(b)
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X argue re what blunted pencils

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):068(h)
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the speaker subsides & the chamber / approves

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):069(h)
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regard me as an enemy but

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):076(j)
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H his crazier eardrum

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):080(a)

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Insert) & 7 sunnerrounders he was / breast b[ar]e to the [blank] ~ Blue

Note: Derives from Sheet iv-23(e). All the text on this page is crossed out with a single large blue “X”.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:160(h), VI.C.01:160(i)
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-- Hump, hump, bossed the brothers-/-in-laugh. ~ Blue

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~ I will do that, sazd / Kersse, mainingstaying the rigout / Neat sew, they [hunched] back to / the earpicker. ~ Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.01:160(g), VI.C.03:001(g) and N22 (VI.B.17):003(o)
Note: Derives in part from Sheet iv-23(d), Sheet iv-24(g), Sheet iv-14(d). See also VI.C.05:012(k).
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~ But Old Sporty, that endth / lord, he nought feared of shore / sharks. It was whol niet of earl / of Howed and |ahis aa| queen of [??] / [blank] |atheir telling tableda| / |awho was for his [seeming] the heart of the sweeta| / but it was well / years of the three blend [blank] having / their ceilidhe gaily in his shanty / irish. ~ Blue

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):110(h), N21 (VI.B.20):110(a), N21 (VI.B.20):101(d), N21 (VI.B.20):038(d), N21 (VI.B.20):097(c) and N44 (VI.B.34):002(a)
Note: Derives from Sheet iv-14(c), Sheet iv-11(d), Sheet iv-09(b), Sheet iv-13(o), Sheet iv-13(j). See also Sheet iv-21(k). See also VI.C.06:105(c). Irish (or, Gaeilghe) ceilidhe: folk dancing; shanty: old house.
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~ Set|asa| |asing saya| forth! they [bassobosuned] Blue

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|awhich he / always all along alloweda| Blue

Note: Drawn from Sheet iv-11(k).
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):062(h)
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|amost certainlya| Blue

Note: Derives from Sheet iv-36(h).
Original notebook: VI.C.02:016(c)
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|aa piece of [jodten] / with [Mohm ish for bfween]a| Blue

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they were incorporated / in me --

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):083(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 13(b)

handsome in a diver's mask

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):087(e)
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H has a platform ticket

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):094(a)
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jolly postboy & -- penman

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):094(b)
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herald announces “time”

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):094(d)
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father is 1 name, mother another

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):094(g)
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X storytellers

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):095(d)
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he jumped on her

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):095(g)
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H was painting |athem easelleda| G criticise

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):096(b)
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having their gaily ceildhe in the / shanty irish Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(d)
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):097(c)
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hon. sec.

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):099(f)
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H Noye goes snowwhite overnight

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):099(h)
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having huts round a tree

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):100(b)
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house = an erection during night Blue

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):100(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 13(o)

H no fear of share sharks Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(d)
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):101(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 13(p)

not for a [moment], [girdles] or / buoys

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):102(g) and N21 (VI.B.20):102(h)

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perfectly awful

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign. Cf. Sheet iii-11(e), source of FW 419.32.
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):103(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(b)

amendment which is in his name

Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):106(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(c)

Old Sporty, the endth lord Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(d). Copy from B.20 ends here.
Original notebook: N21 (VI.B.20):110(a) and N21 (VI.B.20):110(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(d)

pick in his ear, earpicker Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(c). Copy from VI.B.17 begins here.
Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):003(o)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(e)

H came up R carrying own tracks / like a [hummldrumm of brigs]

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):004(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(f)

A her spanking bee

Note: Cf. FW 494.25 (III:3A.8)
Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):006(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(g)

Magazine Hill

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):011(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(h)

S has a brother in Trinity College, / abortion in a culture tube [from B.10.005(d)]

Original notebook: VI.C.05:126(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(i)

H grew up like cholera mushrooms

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):011(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(j)

none present at his birth

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):012(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(k)

Finn [found of finn.] The Isle of / Man was only a fistful for that / fellow when he pulled the turfey cork / out of Lough Neagh (chokeandchucker) Blue

Note: In Irish mythology, Finn made Lough Neagh by scooping out of the ground a great clump of turf and flinging it into the sea, thereby also forming the Isle of Man. Chicken-choker.
Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):018(b), N22 (VI.B.17):018(c) and N22 (VI.B.17):018(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(l)

H carries J over steppingstones

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):018(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(m)

(read it in) the Thunderer [buys] it / that

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):019(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 14(n)

to put them, thombthumb, up.

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):020(b)

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|awhen Kersse of the countrya|

Note: Added in pencil. The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
FW Sheet 4 page 15(b)

“behind the fire”

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):021(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 15(c)

N. Capt & Kersse the tailor / (he enters 3 times)

Note: This is a reference to McCann's story, a favourite of John Joyce's, of a hunchbacked Norwegian captain who ordered a suit from a Dublin tailor, J.H. Kerse of 34 Upper Sackville Street. The finished suit did not fit the sailor, and he berated the tailor for being unable to sew, whereupon the tailor denounced him for being impossible to fit. The story forms one of the principal motifs of the opening section of II.3.
Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):021(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 15(d)

H marries Kersse's d.

Note: Part of Joyce's elaboration of the story. Elaborated in text.
FW Sheet 4 page 15(e)

not a tailor in Tooley Street

FW Sheet 4 page 15(f)

Giver me hwat aye liker, / sayes he, a chewchuk of S. / Patrick's |aBakkerie Breadsplacea| and a drown / draught of his |acutholic emancipator / Cacholits immenseapoteenera|. / He took a gobbet of the Kennedy / and a pull of the oconnell dan / and

Note: Kennedy's Bread, 124-131 Parnell Street, and at Saint Patrick's Bakery, 15-17 Patrick St. [Thom's Official Directory, 1926, 1677]. The Eucharistic element of Joyce's text is plain to see.
Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):021(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 15(g)

Tom Kersse the Tailor & / Nowagers Captain

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):021(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 15(h)

Is there a tailer in the town at all? Blue

Note: Song title: There Is a Tavern in the Town.
FW Sheet 4 page 15(i)

He cursed Kersse but he married / his dottereen and they buried them / selves in the Champelysed and / an old man [rode] with old / man & [bled] they just went / [burning] along

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thereto proffer sighed at / Great Britain would make / a way with Parnell yet / one Haughtur Whalintun / meek mincefish of hwom would / brewbear him

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
FW Sheet 4 page 16(b)

Then sagd he to the ship's husband: / Hwere can a catch or hook alive a / a suit <of> and sowterkins? / |aPschut! Soot!a| said the / ship's husband. Here is |atyloreen tylereena|. / Ahorror, he said to his beddest / friend the tyler, fake an |acapten capstana| / make and shoot. He spit / in his faist: he taped |aand tapped / the raw bastea| he planked his pledge / and took his fringe sleeve. And the / ship's husband <bo> brokecursed after / him: Stolp tief stolp come beg to / Moy Eireann. But the Nowagers / <Capt> Capstan swaradeed: / All |alykkehood lykkehuda|. / And the tides came and the / times went and, |aholy holeya| / bucket, did it rain! Red

Note: This fragment repeats the structure of the Book One (I.1) Prankquean-Jarl encounter. Cf. VI.C.07:090(m) [Sooterkin]

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And the Nowageous / Captain was helming and / hawsing in the fortymaster / skitship The Roll the Rover and all / the waves to Northaway he / rode rode rode. And he scuttled / his wild oaths as sown as he / became a Christia[nman], but in / swish of Betsy Rosse her petticoat / he was back again at (for he had wenches |awomera| of all vintages / to frivilise his furlough as he / had trenchermen of all trade / to dump his food and damp / his leyes:) (|awenches wenchwarnena| / & trenchesmengers) #Orig: ???

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
FW Sheet 4 page 17(b)

Mark my words (1) / Make me truth (2) / Mock me trews (3)

FW Sheet 4 page 17(c)

Once upon a spray and a spree / and easy sp.. it was Blue

Note: See Sheet iv-38(f) and Sheet iv-54(i).
FW Sheet 4 page 17(d)

C songs of long long ago

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and in a whist of / [Rasic Beatty pinny c a]

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):024(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(b)

like the twelve nights of Xmas

Original notebook: N22 (VI.B.17):034(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(c)

that's not the question, you know. / R) I know.

Note: Copy from VI.C.01 begins here.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:001(a), VI.C.01:001(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(d)

I am not referring to Wars

Original notebook: VI.C.01:001(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(e)

SS robot

Original notebook: VI.C.01:001(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(f)

manners & customs of the ancient Irish from N10 (VI.B.16):015(g)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:002(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(g)

H on his mythological cycle from N10 (VI.B.16):015(h)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:002(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(h)

naught less

Original notebook: VI.C.01:003(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(i)

in the stranglehold of the gale (Kersse)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:004(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(j)

backchat & sidecheek / (the 2 whores: Mookse, Gripes)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:004(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(k)

young devils playing with fire

Original notebook: VI.C.01:005(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(l)

Is that yes? |ano?a| I was going to, ay.

Original notebook: VI.C.01:006(j), VI.C.01:014(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 18(m)

H |awho had hypnotised Aa| nods asleep at 's post

Original notebook: VI.C.01:014(d), VI.C.01:009(h)

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group drinking & grope / thinking Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-54(j). The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:014(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(b)

c [arguing] that correctness would / rather swiftly |asend lenda| aim to / his hopes and / asked |awith the addition of lethal weaponsa| was his name B said / certainly & smiled / to their we [warn] you of his / reprimanders .

Original notebook: VI.C.01:016(h), VI.C.01:017(a), VI.C.01:017(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(c)

go to hell - but not the h. of damned

Original notebook: VI.C.01:019(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(d)

curse the evil of war & admire / Welsh virtue from N10 (VI.B.16):048(b)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:021(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(e)

dead letters

Original notebook: VI.C.01:022(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(f)

last drop in the bucket

Original notebook: VI.C.01:024(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(g)

those brave lads the desk lady -

Original notebook: VI.C.01:025(d)and VI.C.01:025(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(h)

H reads own demise

Original notebook: VI.C.01:036(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(i)

A beguiling his hump

Original notebook: VI.C.01:051(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(j)

my mind does tell me so

Original notebook: VI.C.01:051(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(k)

you invite me to my own table from N10 (VI.B.16):114(g)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:052(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(l)

H not illiberal

Original notebook: VI.C.01:055(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(m)

king of Mud Island & mobqueller / escaped is a --

Original notebook: VI.C.01:055(g), VI.C.01:055(h), VI.C.01:055(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 19(n)

the sub (S)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:056(d)

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H loved her on the -- / made his own wife, must lie on her

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:056(h), VI.C.01:056(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(b)

to -- & to lavish, |aanda| ever the / friend from N10 (VI.B.16):122(c), and VI.C.01:057(d) from N10 (VI.B.16):122(b)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:057(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(c)

(first shown Vatican, recognises it

Original notebook: VI.C.01:058(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(d)

l.s.d. = these are to request [and] / require

Original notebook: VI.C.01:058(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(e)

had his life depended on it Not cancelled

Original notebook: VI.C.01:058(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(f)

bulleted Not cancelled

Original notebook: VI.C.01:058(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(g)

fireproof cigar & |aBristol'sa| [favourite milk]

Original notebook: VI.C.01:062(g), VI.C.01:062(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(h)

the sociables

Original notebook: VI.C.01:064(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(i)

conceded to his being of unquestioned / weight from N10 (VI.B.16):133(k), and VI.C.01:065(g) from N10 (VI.B.16):134(c)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:065(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(j)

how well you never telephoned Red

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: VI.C.01:065(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(k)

but it flies, meaning time from N10 (VI.B.16):135(e)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:066(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(l)

see him seated with one sight of / his face in shadow

Original notebook: VI.C.01:068(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(m)

What about her? Is she dead?

Original notebook: VI.C.01:068(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(n)

give colour to this statement

Original notebook: VI.C.01:068(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 20(o)

who was he if not? Red

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: VI.C.01:068(g)

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(Tale of Kersse) in a / pig's squeal night blotted / out the world / till Day revealed the universe

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:070(d), VI.C.01:070(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(b)

just of Aye Big eye

Original notebook: VI.C.01:073(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(c)

(Kersse), norse its soul, dane / it all

FW Sheet 4 page 21(d)

hear me out

Original notebook: VI.C.01:073(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(e)

Erin & greater Erin

Original notebook: VI.C.01:073(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(f)

if a sinker dies at each longhand's / turning every minute a sucker / is born

Original notebook: VI.C.01:086(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(g)

Wait we intill his bonafides / has claimed a barman's glass: / [warsmilles, be more welcome to] / their booth of Phineas

Original notebook: VI.C.01:086(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(h)

So was done. ~ Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 21(i)

~ Ainsi fut fait / (Kersse)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:098(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(j)

they dealt death to a drinking Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.01:108(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 21(k)

story of Kersse but it is not the / story of the earl of Howth and / the Queen of Prance, Grace / O'Malley Not cancelled

Note: See also Sheet iv-12(d)
Original notebook: VI.C.01:109(l)

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|aKersse - they correct / narratora| #Orig: ???

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
FW Sheet 4 page 22(b)

Cock no answer & after he / has been going away Scandinavian from N06 (VI.B.11):040(b)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:110(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(c)

So then the cappen he goes in and / sits down, then|a, as he has just sats down,a| he stoods up and / wents out ... from N06 (VI.B.11):040(c)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:110(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(d)

Shudder! (Capt. enters)

Original notebook: VI.C.01:112(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(e)

, at our old games,

Original notebook: VI.C.01:116(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(f)

factorial 7

FW Sheet 4 page 22(g)

went to his death ultimately

Original notebook: VI.C.01:132(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(h)

Dutch sewage farm

Original notebook: VI.C.01:128(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(i)

superstumpy gamp

Original notebook: VI.C.01:132(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(j)

no flowers, prayers instead

Original notebook: VI.C.01:132(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(k)

beyond dream's favour

Original notebook: VI.C.01:132(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(l)

upper left of his mouth

Original notebook: VI.C.01:133(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(m)

identified by general build

Original notebook: VI.C.01:133(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(n)

just satisfied he was blown to bits Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-37(a)
Original notebook: VI.C.01:133(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(o)

during the entire time

Original notebook: VI.C.01:135(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 22(p)

search my billet

Note: Line crossed through in ink. Cf. Sheet iii-62(e).
Original notebook: VI.C.01:136(b)

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McCann godfather

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:138(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(b)

thoughts beautiful for a pagan

Original notebook: VI.C.01:150(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(c)

best snuff his nose had / ever run across

Original notebook: VI.C.01:150(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(d)

I will do that, says Kersse. ~ Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-37(a) and Sheet iv-12(c)
Original notebook: VI.C.01:160(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(e)

~ And 7 / years he was breastbare to the sea Not cancelled

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(a)
Original notebook: VI.C.01:160(h), VI.C.01:160(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(f)

I am grateful to you, Mr -- / for my [book] & wealth of curls

Original notebook: VI.C.01:163(b), VI.C.01:163(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(g)

Every w in the land hails you / as |aour hera| saviour of the hair & her / redeemer of the complexion

Original notebook: VI.C.01:163(j), VI.C.01:163(k), VI.C.01:164(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(h)

H speaks of coarse kisses

Original notebook: VI.C.01:164(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(i)

H was minus a hand

Original notebook: VI.C.01:165(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(j)

Go to the nearest chemist's, walk / past, [do your smile]

Original notebook: VI.C.01:165(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(k)

his Canterbury bell eyes Blue

Note: Canterbury Bell(s): a variously-coloured flowering plant.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:166(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(l)

hunter's pink ~ Blue

Note: Hunter's pink: a brilliant red often used for the jackets of hunters.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:166(e), VI.C.01:166(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 23(m)

~ [seen the] ash / blonde [in the] turf brunette

Original notebook: VI.C.01:166(e), VI.C.01:166(a)

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though glancing over faces / in a math class he / truly cd. not tell one / girl from another

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:167(g), VI.C.01:167(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(b)

I blush to the owning [of it] but I / loved her less when I saw / my steel horse

Original notebook: VI.C.01:180(i), VI.C.01:180(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(c)

but we were talking of old times / when you encountered the enemy

Original notebook: VI.C.01:208(g), VI.C.01:208(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(d)

fetched up at

Original notebook: VI.C.01:256(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(e)

sniping

Original notebook: VI.C.01:258(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(f)

the porter behind which I. manhood / is safe

Note: Copy from VI.C.1 ends here.
Original notebook: VI.C.01:280(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(g)

a rig out Not cancelled

Note: In pencil. Transferred to Sheet iv-12(c). Copy from VI.C.3 begins here.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:001(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(h)

A <ba> collapsible cork stays

Note: In pencil.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:001(n)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(i)

tin opener cooking

Note: In pencil.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:002(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 24(j)

thoroughly sick of sight of face

Note: In pencil.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:002(d)

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served time

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:002(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(b)

3legged bowl to hold fat / on a lazyback trivet

Original notebook: VI.C.03:003(k), VI.C.03:003(o)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(c)

display disk show tax paid

Original notebook: VI.C.03:004(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(d)

most amazing coincidence / of all is

Original notebook: VI.C.03:004(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(e)

placard their poverty

Original notebook: VI.C.03:004(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(f)

wind blew bush out of gap

Original notebook: VI.C.03:004(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(g)

labour not sweated here

Note: Ink.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:006(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(h)

back like a harvester Blue

Note: Ink. Copied to Sheet iv-54(a).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:007(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(i)

C will be a stylites |alike Goldya|

Note: Ink.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:008(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(j)

D secede in becoming

Note: Ink.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:009(n)
FW Sheet 4 page 25(k)

trow [sic] a stool after guests

Note: Ink.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:008(i)

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for the love of Godfrey, says he,

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:023(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(b)

what sea trick is this?

FW Sheet 4 page 26(c)

they cursing his (H) folly & / praising his quickness

Original notebook: VI.C.03:028(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(d)

resolved that

Original notebook: VI.C.03:028(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(e)

they scotched their enemies from N08 (VI.B.6):170(c)

Original notebook: VI.C.03:030(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(f)

sometime between the uglo normal / crusade or the devil era from N08 (VI.B.6):171(g) Blue

Note: Only “or the devil era” is crossed through. See also Sheet v-20(o).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:031(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(g)

O sniff Irel. in norway

Note: Cf. Sheet iii-68(e)
Original notebook: VI.C.03:032(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(h)

wd. not have been a hic happier / had 200 heads been laid at ' feet / lipfinger & skullfoot from N08 (VI.B.6):173(e)

Original notebook: VI.C.03:033(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(i)

[Ir]eland under ice

Original notebook: VI.C.03:039(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(j)

the knower of 250 tells a tale: / all contradict

Original notebook: VI.C.03:040(d), VI.C.03:040(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 26(k)

he's the head of 4 extremities / & every tauth is his own

Original notebook: VI.C.03:041(m), VI.C.03:041(n)

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Ulidra, Testimonials / laqennianes, Comechtivest

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:043(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 27(b)

(Buckley) by the scarlet clergy! / ... by the starlit glory!

Original notebook: VI.C.03:046(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 27(c)

rath house cellar chum- / rake [lift]

Note: Cf. Sheet iii-68(m).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:048(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 27(d)

H of J.C. We all know him / There is nobody we know / better by appearance or respect / more but we do not know / him very well or scarcely at all

Original notebook: VI.C.03:049(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 27(e)

Brehon laws

Original notebook: VI.C.03:051(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 27(f)

Instantaneous as the choice / of the angels or as their / almost movement

Original notebook: VI.C.03:056(h), VI.C.03:057(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 27(g)

those preferring cremation

Original notebook: VI.C.03:058(b)

FW Sheet 4 page 28


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/30-D
 
Nc

 
FW Sheet 4 page 28(a)

regularly ate fingernails

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:059(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(b)

new vices? fluid ethics

Original notebook: VI.C.03:062(b) and VI.C.03:062(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(c)

suddenly she grew old A

Original notebook: VI.C.03:062(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(d)

time of shoot formation

Original notebook: VI.C.03:070(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(e)

came into early beans

Original notebook: VI.C.03:070(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(f)

life was extinct

Original notebook: VI.C.03:072(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(g)

Mr Phoenix

Original notebook: VI.C.03:079(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(h)

report of a bottle

Original notebook: VI.C.03:081(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(i)

Simplelifers

Original notebook: VI.C.03:081(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(j)

Capt's story (old man, 2nd greaser, seacanny bet his chops

Original notebook: VI.C.03:086(f), VI.C.03:086(h), and VI.C.03:086(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(k)

on the Norgean run Red

Note: VI.C.3 unit from N09 (VI.B.1):043(e): on the India run. See also Sheet iv-38(k).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:087(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 28(l)

a shoe concern

Original notebook: VI.C.03:087(g)

FW Sheet 4 page 29


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/18-A
 
Nc

 
FW Sheet 4 page 29(a)

what year was queer / in the head? from N09 (VI.B.1):060(a)

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:098(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(b)

snap decision

Original notebook: VI.C.03:098(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(c)

poplar match

Original notebook: VI.C.03:099(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(d)

spindletree toothpick

Original notebook: VI.C.03:100(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(e)

her gait is flowing water and her / smile a cooling cup Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.03:103(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(f)

unlimbered revolver

Original notebook: VI.C.03:103(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(g)

error regarding person but identity / in sex

Original notebook: VI.C.03:104(c), VI.C.03:104(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(h)

nerve of thought from N09 (VI.B.1):072(ig)

Original notebook: VI.C.03:105(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(i)

sleep on 2 sides of sheet

Original notebook: VI.C.03:113(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(j)

historic doubts Nap. legend

Note: A reference to Richard Whately, Historic Doubts relative to Napoleon Buonaparte (London, 1819).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:116(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(k)

clean scalp with crumbs & carry / gospel on shoulders

Original notebook: VI.C.03:119(g) and VI.C.03:119(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(l)

he was tobaccoed

Original notebook: VI.C.03:121(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 29(m)

appreciates gift of cazzo

Original notebook: VI.C.03:122(f)

FW Sheet 4 page 30


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/18-B
 
Nc

 
FW Sheet 4 page 30(a)

venere incestu - never before

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:123(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(b)

not to do incest

Original notebook: VI.C.03:123(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(c)

tear trickling down left thigh Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.03:123(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(d)

flood regaining old rights to memory Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.03:131(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(e)

blazing faith in blackmailer

Original notebook: VI.C.03:140(g), VI.C.03:140(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(f)

marriage pimples

Original notebook: VI.C.03:140(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(g)

her first lap Blue

  • FW unlocated
Note: Use at FW 318.12 seems to derive from N44 (VI.B.34):044(c). See also Sheet iv-07(l).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:142(s)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(h)

For the because whyed we Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.03:143(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(i)

her hair turns white

Original notebook: VI.C.03:143(o)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(j)

June rise

Original notebook: VI.C.03:143(q)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(k)

draught of eternity

Note: A reference to H.M. Egbert [Basil Clifford], Draught of Eternity: a story (London: Long, January 1924).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:144(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(l)

to —, most despicable of men Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.03:145(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(m)

Cain sees earwigs bury

Original notebook: VI.C.03:147(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(n)

scratched his nonbiteable elbow

Original notebook: VI.C.03:155(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(o)

Cape of Good Howth Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-10(d)
Original notebook: VI.C.03:156(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 30(p)

Cabo Thormendoso Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-10(e)
Original notebook: VI.C.03:156(c)

FW Sheet 4 page 31


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/18-C
 
Nc

 
FW Sheet 4 page 31(a)

a facer

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:156(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 31(b)

(Kersse) he called him / all names in his [gutter] Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 31(c)

H presents O with [their] “biers”

FW Sheet 4 page 31(d)

what would you say it / means (plebs) Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-10(g). Only “plebs” is crossed through.
FW Sheet 4 page 31(e)

Kersse's coat corresponds to / the imperial machine Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 31(f)

an attempt of one to speak / with H [above din] to train / dialogue

Original notebook: VI.C.03:168(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 31(g)

prophecy of D, he will win the / Liffey swim with movement of / a barrel he [??] & will carry / our good report of ourselves / to faroff [ness]. The 5 quarters / of the globe will swallow his [river]

FW Sheet 4 page 31(h)

Hosty sings at door

Original notebook: VI.C.03:168(d)

FW Sheet 4 page 32


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/18-D
 
Nc

 
FW Sheet 4 page 32(a)

O speak of H at races

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:168(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 32(b)

H speaks of [Bognor sabbath] / = native home in

Original notebook: VI.C.03:168(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 32(c)

the Iveagh beds

FW Sheet 4 page 32(d)

cad-a-pipe adventure

FW Sheet 4 page 32(e)

3 in 1 bed (S.P. & Co)

Original notebook: VI.C.03:169(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 32(f)

In a deeper ear the [fairy]

Original notebook: VI.C.03:169(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 32(g)

skinned (pelted)

Original notebook: VI.C.03:171(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 32(h)

a rashlier rushing

FW Sheet 4 page 32(i)

illuxination shows the dumping / down of the googarments rising anti / gravitationally towards the / sitting up of the hump

Original notebook: VI.C.03:170(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 32(j)

men kings they all again / together putting Husty Dusty

Original notebook: VI.C.03:170(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 32(k)

as pure as Kastor & Pollock's / oil could [??] him

Original notebook: VI.C.03:170(l)

FW Sheet 4 page 33


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/21-A
 
Nc

 
FW Sheet 4 page 33(a)

chamber robed in his p / pelt -

Note: The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
Original notebook: VI.C.03:171(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(b)

the Arabian in his sleep dreams / of 1001 things <at>

Original notebook: VI.C.03:175(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(c)

the personification of guest-/frendliness

Original notebook: VI.C.03:175(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(d)

conciliation hall

Original notebook: VI.C.03:188(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(e)

when the harold of fairhaired / Spring was [having] his [setsail freeway]

Original notebook: VI.C.03:200(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(f)

rude on greenland

Original notebook: VI.C.03:203(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(g)

in the recension, I have

Original notebook: VI.C.03:202(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(h)

as some annacronies have it

Original notebook: VI.C.03:207(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(i)

Patagoreyan Not cancelled

Note: See also Sheet iv-37(b)
Original notebook: VI.C.03:207(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(j)

H asks C to write poem on A

Original notebook: VI.C.03:217(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(k)

H indignant at not knowing / sthg in paper

Original notebook: VI.C.03:220(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 33(l)

prize for natality

Original notebook: VI.C.03:220(j)

FW Sheet 4 page 34


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/21-B
 
Nc

 
FW Sheet 4 page 34(a)

Holohan's Xmas [Cake]

Note: See also SD2 (VI.A):745(b) and N03 (VI.B.3):063(d). The letter is inside the square in Joyce's heading sign.
FW Sheet 4 page 34(b)

story of N between [M.h.en] / I. royal diviners

Original notebook: VI.C.03:222(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 34(c)

H can dirt talk [of wafer]

Original notebook: VI.C.03:222(e), VI.C.03:223(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 34(d)

speaking through his Eutopean / language of hazyarctic origins / sintaxed like the africaan's / chrysastonosed like like the / newworldlander's and / renmdered remoter by its / outstayingly impediment. / Kersse said impepeppement

Original notebook: VI.C.03:224(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 34(e)

of all the strange things that / have not happened his

Original notebook: VI.C.03:226(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 34(f)

Norrone's tongues

Original notebook: VI.C.03:228(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 34(g)

true as Patrick made paudheen

Original notebook: VI.C.03:251(a)

FW Sheet 4 page 35


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/21-C

 
FW Sheet 4 page 35(a)

H is head of Czd firemen / A dresses in uniform

Original notebook: VI.C.03:232(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(b)

H his own words jump up & bite him

Original notebook: VI.C.03:233(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(c)

her flow of ideas

Original notebook: VI.C.03:234(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(d)

has a personal religion

Original notebook: VI.C.03:235(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(e)

pushed whisper into his ear Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-37(c)
Original notebook: VI.C.03:237(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(f)

camouflagged like Whapping / Stillstand

Original notebook: VI.C.03:239(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(g)

blushmask for lifewear Blue

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: VI.C.03:240(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(h)

12 bags full

Original notebook: VI.C.03:246(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(i)

Brodar, [says Brehon Bosner] / so to on with - my story of / [guning and gary he wait] / to the wolves / he trove a toy

Original notebook: VI.C.03:247(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(j)

I winded him

Original notebook: VI.C.03:248(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(k)

mother upset when it happened

Original notebook: VI.C.03:249(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 35(l)

his [dowsendanglement] to / the lovefluid

Original notebook: VI.C.03:249(h)

FW Sheet 4 page 36


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (ink)
JBZJJF/W/1/21-D

 
FW Sheet 4 page 36(a)

between houses Brown

FW Sheet 4 page 36(b)

S sent up to Dublin

Original notebook: VI.C.03:268(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 36(c)

if he had a lucifer |aabout aboarda| it

Original notebook: VI.C.03:271(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 36(d)

give the little girl a great big / hand

Note: Copy from VI.C.02 begins here.
Original notebook: VI.C.02:002(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 36(e)

if the childsnatcher doesn't / get him for the tonsure chamber from N05 (VI.B.2):008(d)

Original notebook: VI.C.02:012(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 36(g)

and do the angel and all from N05 (VI.B.2):008(g)

Original notebook: VI.C.02:012(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 36(h)

most certainly Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-12(g)
Original notebook: VI.C.02:016(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 36(i)

the Mosaic writer

Original notebook: VI.C.02:016(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 36(j)

polynesian Kevin

Original notebook: VI.C.02:018(d)

FW Sheet 4 page 37


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/17-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 37(a)

-- I will do that, sagd Kersse, / ructified their o'cousin, as / sober as the ship's husband / he was my godfather / when he told me saw [whileupon] / I am now well & [jurily] / sagasfide as by his bonamore / that he is merrily blown / to Adams. Red

Original notebook: VI.C.01:160(g); VI.C.04:046(i); VI.C.01:133(h)
Note: Derives in part from Sheet iv-23(d) and Sheet iv-38(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 37(b)

Patagoreyan

Note: Repeated above at Sheet iv-33(i)
Original notebook: VI.C.03:207(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 37(c)

Whereafter the pilsener / at the bar, passing changeapen / -n, pushed their whisper / in his hearing Red

Note: Drawn from Sheet iv-35(e).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:237(h)

FW Sheet 4 page 38


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/17-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 38(a)

when bottoms out [had] / fathoms full Red

FW Sheet 4 page 38(b)

canting round Red

FW Sheet 4 page 38(c)

[and biddest man] Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:101(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 38(d)

to hail the lugger Red

FW Sheet 4 page 38(e)

veer & hail / rear & fall Red

FW Sheet 4 page 38(f)

once upon a spree & a queer & queasy etc Red

Note: Drawn from Sheet iv-54(i) and Sheet iv-17(c). Cf. opening of A Portrait. Once upon a time and a very good time it was.
FW Sheet 4 page 38(g)

my godfather Red

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-37(a)
Original notebook: VI.C.04:046(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 38(h)

[how Katey says] Red

  • FW unlocated
FW Sheet 4 page 38(i)

[peripulator] Not cancelled

Note: Periplus: circumnavigation.
Original notebook: N47 (VI.B.40):163(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 38(j)

[france] Red

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: VI.C.04:015(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 38(k)

Norgean Red

Note: Repeated at Sheet iv-28(k).
Original notebook: VI.C.04:021(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 38(l)

we rescue thee, O Baas, from / the black earth & honour thee / O Connabel with mouth burial Red

Note: Irish bás: death. Bass's ale. O'Connell's Ale. Cannibal.
Original notebook: VI.C.04:028(d)

FW Sheet 4 page 39


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/15-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 39(a)

link of a letter, double in it, / slake your thirst thoughts / away with it. Oursvalves, |aour area| / svalves <aroon!> arown! Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:029(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 39(b)

neat & trig Red

Note: (In text) Meat and drink. (?)Norwegian trygge: make safe.
Original notebook: VI.C.04:031(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 39(c)

drew a kick at witness's brother / but missed Red

FW Sheet 4 page 39(d)

Count the costs |aof liquid couragea| stowed the [shift] / in bulk in his hold Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:042(g), VI.C.04:053(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 39(e)

may later agree to have another Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:066(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 39(f)

the queriest of the bunch with a / fellowfearing of his own misshapen / asked Meade & [Benton] touching the / <son of a buckler> rubbing the son of [blank] Red

FW Sheet 4 page 39(g)

who caused the scaffolding who / removed you gave orders [were] / their answer and for Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:074(f)

FW Sheet 4 page 40


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/15-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 40(a)

removed the planks they were / wanted Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:074(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 40(b)

Bump [Bothallchosculur] / [chimmmaroundgan<numm>humm] / [mummirarar drumstrum] / [truminahumptadumpwant] / [topoorfoolooderamaunsthurn-/up] Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 40(c)

go to it Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:097(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 40(d)

much my foe

Original notebook: VI.C.04:102(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 40(e)

what [letter] means with the palimpsest

Original notebook: VI.C.04:107(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 40(f)

Capn thought he was there before Not cancelled

Original notebook: VI.C.04:107(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 40(g)

how he wd. keep her as [niece] / as a fiddle Red

FW Sheet 4 page 40(h)

the drope in his groin Not cancelled

FW Sheet 4 page 40(i)

dutch uncle Red

Note: Transferred via Sheet iv-58(a). Expression, “talk like a Dutch uncle”.

FW Sheet 4 page 41


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich [pencil]
JBZJJF/W/1/12-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 41(a)

as dib as a dab Red

FW Sheet 4 page 41(b)

Footloose led off / when footloose will [lead] off (he / has)

FW Sheet 4 page 41(d)

he was talking to [?Horca] / about all sailor things (Kersse)

Original notebook: VI.C.04:129(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(e)

with [pretty] / stone hairpins Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:130(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(f)

after 7 ages of oak Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.04:134(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(g)

a several Red

FW Sheet 4 page 41(h)

from 4 wells off they came O

Original notebook: VI.C.04:136(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(i)

the king of beasts, 2 by 2, (ark)

Original notebook: VI.C.04:136(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(j)

[the muse for] the Forest of [Brocclianar]

Original notebook: VI.C.04:144(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(k)

to be discontinued

Original notebook: VI.C.04:156(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(l)

as dark as the danes

Original notebook: VI.C.04:160(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(m)

collecting his mind from N17 (VI.B.9):022(c)

Original notebook: VI.C.04:163(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(n)

in his turbanned SS

Original notebook: VI.C.04:177(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(o)

his outcroppers [from gathes]

Original notebook: VI.C.04:179(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 41(p)

& only not, if not, Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:180(b)

FW Sheet 4 page 42


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich [pencil]
JBZJJF/W/1/12-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 42(a)

athwartships Red

Note: Athwartships: from one side of a ship to the other.
Original notebook: VI.C.04:181(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(b)

coyne & livery Red

FW Sheet 4 page 42(c)

up draught, whet them Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:190(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(d)

[he] rapped brass Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:192(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(e)

and which was rarer of recent Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:195(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(f)

Moyle [herring] Red

FW Sheet 4 page 42(g)

And, furthermore Red

Note: Copied to Sheet iv-58(a)
Original notebook: VI.C.04:226(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(h)

<rare as> wart week or doling / day

Original notebook: VI.C.04:233(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(i)

the green cheeks of [Envyrliviving]

Original notebook: VI.C.04:243(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(j)

what's the good word Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.04:244(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(k)

take my word for it Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.04:245(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(l)

Humphries

FW Sheet 4 page 42(m)

[way us ware] detective at / prayers

Original notebook: VI.C.04:254(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(n)

greeted by scowling men

Original notebook: VI.C.04:257(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 42(o)

<Kersse> Tailor m. A 3 times 17, 21

Original notebook: VI.C.04:258(b)

FW Sheet 4 page 43


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich [pencil]
JBZJJF/W/1/11-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 43(a)

groat bailey bill Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.04:259(c), VI.C.04:260(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(b)

penhorn

Original notebook: VI.C.04:261(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(c)

came to an end of his telling

Original notebook: VI.C.04:263(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(d)

& that proud grace to her Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.04:267(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(e)

blown together from all parts Red

Original notebook: VI.C.04:262(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(f)

the map of his soul Red

  • FW unlocated
Note: FW 476.33 derives from N58 (VI.B.30):064(c) and N58 (VI.B.30):064(d)
Original notebook: VI.C.04:272(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(g)

let legend tell Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-58(a)
Original notebook: VI.C.04:277(o)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(h)

bestmanned & —maided

Original notebook: VI.C.04:279(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(i)

I shd be strangled Red

Note: Copy from VI.C.04 ends here.
Original notebook: VI.C.04:280(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(j)

who made their 3rd

Note: Copied to Sheet iv-58(a). Material drawn from VI.C.05 begins here.
Original notebook: VI.C.05:002(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(k)

Kersse's d. engaged to -

Original notebook: VI.C.05:002(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(l)

kick me

Original notebook: VI.C.05:003(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(m)

Kersse's guild

Original notebook: VI.C.05:007(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(n)

python shoes

Original notebook: VI.C.05:008(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 43(o)

used bad names / during funeral

Original notebook: VI.C.05:010(c), VI.C.05:010(j)

FW Sheet 4 page 44


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich [pencil]
JBZJJF/W/1/11-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 44(a)

bibby libby

FW Sheet 4 page 44(b)

sen of a pukkel Blue

  • FW unlocated
FW Sheet 4 page 44(c)

soun of a goun

FW Sheet 4 page 44(d)

[Time] is for [tailorman] tasting his / tap. Tip tap top, Master Maut. Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 44(e)

the ideal history

FW Sheet 4 page 44(f)

[master] (T. Finnegan) Blue

  • FW unlocated
FW Sheet 4 page 44(g)

walnut leprosy

Original notebook: VI.C.05:025(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 44(h)

Kevin falls in cross

Original notebook: VI.C.05:025(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 44(i)

my lord! (capt)

Original notebook: VI.C.05:028(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 44(j)

in precious memory Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:028(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 44(k)

his stern, sails [slatting] / clad of suit / we ship along

Original notebook: VI.C.05:029(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 44(l)

tailors (hatches ay, ay, / plotted against

FW Sheet 4 page 45


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil).
JBZJJF/W/1/27-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 45(a)

boasting Danish K kicks wife

Original notebook: VI.C.05:013(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(b)

josephite

Original notebook: VI.C.05:016(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(c)

angelus clock

Original notebook: VI.C.05:016(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(d)

J [wishes] to give T bath

Original notebook: VI.C.05:017(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(e)

H [sown] in wolfskin [hunted]

Original notebook: VI.C.05:017(n)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(f)

wd save her lepers [sh was th to] / the [singet] of souls

Original notebook: VI.C.05:018(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(g)

in sin = dead

Original notebook: VI.C.05:019(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(h)

Pukkelsen, like every other invader, / he tried to land e N & S, h Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 45(i)

prepatricked Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:019(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(j)

cable spot saliva

Original notebook: VI.C.05:019(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(k)

[in dotsandashisle] ogham

Original notebook: VI.C.05:019(k), VI.C.05:019(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(l)

a whistle of thanks Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:020(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 45(m)

bound to Not cancelled

FW Sheet 4 page 46


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil).
JBZJJF/W/1/27-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 46(a)

book which was eaten by poor people / in desert

Original notebook: VI.C.05:020(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(b)

more cursed more elligible

Original notebook: VI.C.05:020(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(c)

mix pres. past & future

Original notebook: VI.C.05:021(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(d)

her imprint in grass

Original notebook: VI.C.05:021(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(e)

freeman of village

Original notebook: VI.C.05:021(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(f)

gale warning

FW Sheet 4 page 46(g)

perfume trombone

Original notebook: VI.C.05:022(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(h)

title! quick. Merci

Original notebook: VI.C.05:022(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(i)

proof plenty overproof Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:023(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(j)

shaves & their shillingshakes / carlens & their putty [disputes]

Original notebook: VI.C.05:023(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(k)

walking [from ball of foot] Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:023(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(l)

feed out

Original notebook: VI.C.05:023(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 46(m)

sound shop

FW Sheet 4 page 47


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil).
JBZJJF/W/1/28-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 47(a)

each took a heft Blue

Note: Heft: weight (as in “hhefty”).
FW Sheet 4 page 47(b)

his [ericks] (Kersse) Blue

Note: Eric: blood fine for murder (ireland).
FW Sheet 4 page 47(c)

horrywaur

FW Sheet 4 page 47(d)

macklaut an suit

FW Sheet 4 page 47(e)

good marrams, he sagds, jilling / to windward. ~ Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 47(f)

~ Good marrans & / merrymills, sagds -- |a& he bowed with the bentsa| Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 47(g)

a smukky piggy

FW Sheet 4 page 47(h)

Norsels!

FW Sheet 4 page 47(i)

it reign still

FW Sheet 4 page 47(j)

beam & bottom Blue

Note: Beam: one of the hoorizontal transverse timbers holding a ship together; hence also the greatest breath of a ship. Bottom: the keel of a ship.
FW Sheet 4 page 47(k)

roller & rider Blue

Note: Roller: a long swelling wave, a heavy billow.

FW Sheet 4 page 48


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil).
JBZJJF/W/1/28-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 48(a)

tailors suitably punished

Original notebook: VI.C.05:036(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 48(b)

had considerable way on Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:036(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 48(c)

As might have said Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:037(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 48(d)

for the price of a tree

Original notebook: VI.C.05:039(m)
FW Sheet 4 page 48(e)

silver tokens Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:045(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 48(f)

Father of Finn

FW Sheet 4 page 48(g)

That's all murtagh purtagh ([leather]) Not cancelled

Note: Irish warrior: Murtagh of the Leather Coats.
Original notebook: VI.C.05:054(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 48(h)

barnskin only to the

FW Sheet 4 page 48(i)

a bit of keeser, a stinger / of [runtabamk] Blue

Note: ?Stinger: whiskey and soda.
FW Sheet 4 page 48(j)

, brabblebrabble, [ion waten] Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 48(k)

, brennerbhooroo, Blue

  • FW unlocated
FW Sheet 4 page 48(l)

cade million fall to ye Blue

Note: Irish céad míle fáilte: a hundred thousand welcomes.
FW Sheet 4 page 48(m)

as clam as yr clock Blue

Note: Calm.
FW Sheet 4 page 48(n)

deep as the N star Blue

Note: Expression, “deep as the North Star”.
FW Sheet 4 page 48(o)

play Domino

FW Sheet 4 page 48(p)

[a few acl] Blue

  • FW unlocated

FW Sheet 4 page 49


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich [pencil]
JBZJJF/W/1/10-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 49(a)

breezed in Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:074(l)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(b)

crimps sharks Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:092(i)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(c)

isthmus (cuppelisthmod)

FW Sheet 4 page 49(d)

Shufflebotham (Kersse's [names]) Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:134(c)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(e)

exchange amusing jest Red

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: VI.C.05:136(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(f)

as tight as trunks Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:138(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(g)

overhauls Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:138(k)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(h)

picked up Lizard Lights Red

Note: The Lizard, in Cornwall, is a noted nautical headland. Also, Chapelizod.
Original notebook: VI.C.05:139(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(i)

pouffed skirt Blue

Note: Pouffe: a part of a dress gathered up in a projection or bunch.
Original notebook: VI.C.05:142(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(j)

following pneumonia (died) |aKerssea| Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:149(g)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(k)

his suzerain law the Thing Blue

Note: Sovereigh Lord the king. Suzerain: a feudal overlord. Old Norse Thing or Assembly.
Original notebook: VI.C.05:179(e)
FW Sheet 4 page 49(l)

(Kersse) asked from him how / was D also N Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:198(d), VI.C.05:198(e)

FW Sheet 4 page 50


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich [pencil]
JBZJJF/W/1/10-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 50(a)

shinshanks Blue

Original notebook: VI.C.05:213(j)
FW Sheet 4 page 50(b)

Grace O'Mally

Original notebook: VI.C.05:224(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 50(c)

Skibber has come in Blue

Note: Skipper. Skibbereen (Irish placename). Verse: Sumer is icumen in.
Original notebook: VI.C.05:242(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 50(d)

on a trice

Original notebook: VI.C.05:244(h)
FW Sheet 4 page 50(e)

[Clog]

FW Sheet 4 page 50(f)

Pukkelsen (Waldemar 2) ~ Blue

Note: ?Valdemar: several Scandinavian kings of this name.
Original notebook: VI.C.05:259(d)
FW Sheet 4 page 50(g)

~ Mauldemar Blue

Note: French mal de mer: seasickness.
FW Sheet 4 page 50(h)

soesegg about it Blue

Note: Danish sosyg: seasick.

FW Sheet 4 page 51


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil).
JBZJJF/W/1/26-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 51(a)

& there he was, cod's drought / as if he fell out of the mackerel Blue

Note: As if he dropped out of the sky.
FW Sheet 4 page 51(b)

he used to have scaurs on / his face Not cancelled

FW Sheet 4 page 51(c)

I was wen afraid you'd / shut the door after you / (noye) Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 51(d)

Come ahear, [drings,] [h] / sayd to his dottereen

Note: Swedish dotter = daughter
FW Sheet 4 page 51(e)

Sel me gundy! Blue

Note: Salmagundi: a heterogenous dish composed of chopped meat, anchovies, eggs, and onions, with oil and condiments.
FW Sheet 4 page 51(f)

spooning

FW Sheet 4 page 51(g)

stuck stull

FW Sheet 4 page 51(h)

he torched up Not cancelled

FW Sheet 4 page 52


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil).
JBZJJF/W/1/26-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 52(a)

toeing it & heeling it Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 52(b)

the twilled alongside Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 52(c)

shat the 3 taylors ([2 mer]) Not cancelled

FW Sheet 4 page 52(d)

oriental

FW Sheet 4 page 52(e)

dutch interior Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 52(f)

the sea samped (lull) Blue

FW Sheet 4 page 52(g)

C metal hand of Blue

  • FW unlocated
Original notebook: VI.C.05:056(h)

FW Sheet 4 page 53


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/14-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 53(a)

not illiberal

FW Sheet 4 page 53(b)

acordial, Red

Note: Irish a cháirde: friend (vocative).
FW Sheet 4 page 53(c)

in the flap of a jack Red

Note: Flapjack (pancake; also, an apple turnover). Expression, flip of a jiffey.
FW Sheet 4 page 53(d)

for his wife's [lordship] Red

FW Sheet 4 page 53(e)

what the widower his / was Red

FW Sheet 4 page 53(f)

more than orphan Red

FW Sheet 4 page 53(g)

and no chicking, Red

Note: A chick appeared on the old Irish penny.
FW Sheet 4 page 53(h)

jerkin Red

Original notebook: N47 (VI.B.40):166(b)
FW Sheet 4 page 53(i)

armstrong Red

FW Sheet 4 page 53(j)

But they broken water & they / [made] whole water & [then] / they surfered bark at the / lots of his voice Red

FW Sheet 4 page 54


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/14-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 54(a)

back like a harvester

Note: Copied from Sheet iv-25(h).
Original notebook: VI.C.03:007(a)
FW Sheet 4 page 54(b)

and hair you are Red

Note: A hare appeared on the old Irish threepenny bit.
FW Sheet 4 page 54(c)

|aMeade-[Burton] [then] <said> blew to thea|

FW Sheet 4 page 54(d)

, both sfollowing from the shtory / called [over cream] in their / quaffing to the oelconner down / to do on [again]

FW Sheet 4 page 54(e)

how well you never

FW Sheet 4 page 54(f)

(|aTell Telleda| us about the) & the <Capn> / (the) capon put (on the) [Chres] / made (X -) trews / |a(what were they if not?)a|

FW Sheet 4 page 54(g)

tribal Red

FW Sheet 4 page 54(h)

barring [winning perhelps] Red

FW Sheet 4 page 54(i)

once upon a [spray] Blue

Note: Transferred to Sheet iv-17(c) and Sheet iv-38(f)
FW Sheet 4 page 54(j)

group drinkards with / grope thinkards Red

Note: Copied from Sheet iv-19(a).
Original notebook: VI.C.01:014(f)

FW Sheet 4 page 55


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (graph paper, pencil, page blank then text)
JBZJJF/W/1/19-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 55(a)

she abbos? [Allech] / and to the boden of / the see with him & / bakefisch! [When] / right upper enters / cardinal privateer. / I rightof lie, H rigoute / and vigour the tutful / won't wash down / use the velvet glove / So <her art>, neither you

FW Sheet 4 page 56


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (graph paper, pencil, page blank then text)
JBZJJF/W/1/19-C

 
FW Sheet 4 page 56(a)

Constants on the like / of Constance with / harpings on the / Juive. And a sodding / iron tearaway / hammerlegs and awl. / O ibo! What smith is / he asmiting on a

FW Sheet 4 page 57


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (graph paper, pencil, page blank then text)
JBZJJF/W/1/19-D

 
FW Sheet 4 page 57(a)

So help him threts they / tutelary grace, Moses

FW Sheet 4 page 58


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/16-A

 
FW Sheet 4 page 58(a)

And forthemore let legend go / lore it. Paradoxmetous caring, / here in a booth of <Ballak> / Ballaclay where their dutchuncle / serves them right that shot is to / screen its aunt and has vanground / |aa asa| worldwise eve her sins will / feature a footloose cast with / spareshins and |a[??] flasha| subtitles / <in> of noirse-made-earsy / from a nephew mind the narrator / so long as those sohns of a / bitz cal the tuone tuone and / alout makes the third. ~ Red

Note: Partly copied from Sheet iv-40(i), Sheet iv-42(g), Sheet iv-43(g), Sheet iv-43(j) and Sheet iv-43(j).

FW Sheet 4 page 59


[Switzerland, Summer 1933] MS Zurich (pencil)
JBZJJF/W/1/16-B

 
FW Sheet 4 page 59(a)

-- Whod ababs his dopter, sissed / they, wiping the rice assassinated / with their wetting. Diddles he / daddle a drop of the cradler / on delight mebold laddy / was stitched? Red