FINNEGANS WAKE

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Textual development Manuscript to Errata III.1§A

Compiled by Danis Rose and John O'Hanlon

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Hark!º

Tolv two elf kater ten |4(it can't be)4| sax.

Hork!

Pedwar pemp foify |4tray. trayº (it must be)4| |7Twelve twelve7|!º

And low stole o'er the stillness the heartbeats of sleep.

|10|+11Fogbow White fogbow+|11| spans. |11|+The arch embattled.+|11| Mark hasº |+11captures capsules+|11|. The nose of the man who was nought like the |anases nasoesa|. It is selftinted, wrinkling, ruddled. He am Gascon His kep is a gorsecone. He am Gascon Titubante of Tegmine-sub-Fagiº whose fixtures are mobiling so wobiling befear my remembrandts. She, exhibit next, his Anastashie. She has prayings in lowdelph. Se Zeehere green eggbrooms. What named blautoothdmand is (14you yon14) who stares? Gugurtha! Gugurtha! He has becco of wild hindigan. Ho, he hath hornhide! And hvis now is for you. Pensée! The most beautiful of woman of the veilch veilchen veilde.º She |+11will would+|11| |akipps kiddsa| to my |11|+voult of my+|11| palace with obscidian lupasº |11|+, her aal in |amy hera| dhove's suckling+|11|. |aApagemonite!a| Come not nere! Black!10| |13Switch out!º13|

Methought as I was dropping asleep |4somewhen somepart4| in nonland of where's please |13(+(and it was when you and they were we)+)13| I heard |5at zero hour5| as 'twere the peal of |5vixen's laughter among5| midnight's chimes from out the belfry of the cute old speckled church tolling so faint |5atwelve a goodmantrueº5| as |4nighthood nighthood's unseen violet4| rendered all animated |7British greatbritish7| |5and Irish5| objects nonviewable to human watchers save 'twere perchance anon some glistery
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gleam darkling adown surface of affluvial flowandflow as again might seem garments of laundry reposing a |4greensward leasward4| close at hand in full expectation. And as I was jogging along in a dream as dozing I was dawdling,º arrah,º methought broadtone was heard and |8the creepersº |aof and anda| the |awoods glidersa| and all theº flivvers of the earthbreathº and all the dancetongues of the woodfires and the hummers in their ground8| allº vociferated,º (14echoating: Shaun! Shaun! Post the post! echoating, Shaun! Shaun! Post the post!º14) withº a high voice and,º O, the higher on high the deeper and low.º I
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heard him so|err.!ºerr| And lo,º meseemedº somewhat came of the noise and somewho might amove amongº allmurk. Now 'twasº as clump, now mayhap. (14When look When, look,º14) was light and now 'twasº as flasher, now (+13more moren+)13| as the (+13glow glaow+)13|. Ah, in unlitness 'twas in |8verity very similitude8|, bless me, 'twas his belted lamp! |13Whom we dreamt was a shaddo, sureº he's lightseyes, the laddo! Blessed momence, O romence, he's growing to stay!13| Ay, he who so swayed a will of a wisp before me, |13handº prop to hand, prompt side to the pros,13| dressed like an earl in just the correct wear, in a classy |5mac Frieze5| o'coat of far |8''superior suparior8''| ruggedness|4, indigo |5frieze braw5|, tracked and tramped,4| freeswingingº from his shoulthern,º |8'and an Irish ferrier collar,º8'| and thick welted brogues on him |9with mereswine lacersº9| hammered to suit the |5Irish scotsmost5| public and climate, iron heels and sparable soles, and his jacket of |5providence wellprovided5| woolliesº with a softrolling lisp of a lapel to it and |4red great4| sealingwax buttons|11', a good helping bigger than the slots for them,11'| |9'of twentytwo carrot |akrasnapoppsky'sºa| red,º9'| and his invulnerable burlap |5waistcoat whiskcoat5| |8and his popular choker, Tamagnum sette-and-forte,º and his loudboheem toyº8| and the |5damasker's5| overshirt he sported inside, a |4snowy4| starspangled zephyr with a decidedly |7surplice surpliced7| |8'crinklydoodle8'| front with his motto throughº dear life |5embroidered embrotheredº5| over it in |4green, white and jaundice |agrass |bsprouts peasb|a|, riceº and |s+13yeggyolk yeggyyolks+|13|4|, |13R Or13| for royal, |13M Am13| for Mail, R.M.D. hard cash on the nail,º and the most successfully carried |8gigot8| |9'trousers turnups9'| now you everº |13(|shwhat a pairfact crease! how amsolookly kersse!sh|)13| breaking over the ankle and hugging the shoeheel, everythingº the best, wasº none other from ((14Ah ahº14), then,º may the |5turtle's5| blessings of God and Mary and |5Patrick |aIrishpatrick Haggispatricka|5| and |5Brigid Huggisbrigid5| be |5tumbling souptumbling5| all over him!) other than (and may his hundred thousand welcome |5stewed5|
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letters(14,14) |s12|shrelayedsh| andº |shpostchased(14,14)sh|s12| multiply, ay,º faith, and plultiply!) Shaun himself.

|s12|shWhat a picture primitive!sh|s12|

Had I the concordant wiseheads of Messrs Gregory and Lyons alongside of Dr Tarpey's and|12, |shI dorsaysh|,º12| the reverend Mr MacDougall's,º but I, poor ass, am but as their fourpart |5tinckler's5| |8''ass dunkey8''|. Yet methought Shaun (holy messengerº angels be uninterruptedly nudging him among and along the winding ways of random ever!) Shaun in proper person (now may all the |4backsliding bluebackslidingº4| constellations continue to shape hisº changeable timetable!) stood before me. And I pledge you my |8'agricultural8'| word|8', byº the hundred and sixty odds rods and conesº of h this even's vision,º8'| that young fellow looked the stuff, |8'the Bel of Beaus' Walk,8'| a prime card if ever was! |8'Pep?8'| Now without deceit it is hardly too much to say he was looking grand, so fired smart, in much more than his usual health. |5No mistaking that beamish brow|8, those jehovial oyeglances8|!º The heart of the rollº!5| |12|shAnd hit the hencoop.sh|12| (12'There was one for you that |shne'er would nunch with good Dukeº Humphreysh| but |shwould
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(13ate aight13) through the months withoutº a sign of an err in hem and then, otherwise rounding, fourale to the lees of Traroesh|.º12') He was immense, topping swell,º for he was after having a great time of it|12, |sha twentyfour hours every moment matters maltsightsh|,12| in a porterhouse|10, scutfrank,º10| |5if you want to know|7', Saint |aLaurence Lawzengea| of Toole's,º7'|5| (12'|shtheº Wheel of Fortunesh|,12') |8'|aleave your clubs in the hallºa| |10and wait on yourself|s12, |shno |acharge chucksa| for |amushroom catsup walnut ketchupsa|, Lazenby's and Chutney |agratis, graspisa|sh|s12|10| (the house the |aoncea| queen |aof Bristola|8'| |8and Balrothery8| |8'|atwicea| admired8'| |8because her frumped door looked up Dacent Street),º8| where |8'in the sighed of lovely eyes,º while |13|+, (the Jaonnik!),+|13| his knives of hearts made havoc,º8'| he had recruited his health strength by |10means meals10| of |8'mounds of spadefuls of mounded8'| food|13|+, in anticipation of the faste of tablenapkins,+|13| constituting his |43 principal meals |10three principal meals |~threepartight principal threepartite |13pranzipal13|~| eatingsº10|4| plusº a collation, his breakfast of|5, first,º a |abless us Oa| blood |aand thirsthya| orange, next,º the5| half |7of7| a |10'pound pint10'| of baconº |4and eggs with |8''newlaid newled8''| googs |aandº |10a segment of10| |baºb| rice |8plummyº8| |9'pudding paddingº|10, met of sunder suigar,º10|9'| |5and some cold (8'(+12forsaken |shforsoakensh|+)12|8') steak (12'|shpeatrefiredsh|12') from |8'yesternight the batblack night o'erflown8'|5|a|4|,º then|13, |shwithout prejuicesh| to evectuals,13|
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came |5along5| |8merendally8| his |12|shstockpotsh|12| dinner of a half a pound of round steak|7|err,ºerr| very rare,º7| |10|~(Blong's Blong's~| best from Portarlington's |~Butchery) Butchery|err,ºerr|~|10| |5withº a side of riceypeasy |10and Corkshireº10| alla mellonge5| and bacon with |13|+(a little mar pliche?!)+|13| a pair of |10|~oblong~|10| chops |7(14and and,º14)7| thrown in |7from the silver gridº7| by the proprietoress |5|aof the roasterya| who lives on aº (14hill hill,º14)5| and |9'gaulusch9'| gravy |9'and pumpernickel to wolp up |~and~|9'| and a |9'gorger's9'| |4splendid bulby4| onion |9'(Margareatar, Margareatar,º Margarasticandeatarº)9'| |7(14and andº14)7| |5as well5| |8with second course8| and (14then then,º14) finally|8, after his |afive |+13lunch avalunch+|13|a| o'clockº snack |13|+|aat Appelredt'sa| (14at or14) Kitzy Broten'sº+|13| of saddlebag steak and |10a |~boterham |12Botherham Botherhim12|~| with |13|+her+|13|10| |aolda| phoenix porter|13|+|a, jistr toa| to |agwenn gwena| his gwistell,+|13|, andº praties sweet and Irish too |s12|shand mock gurglesh| |13to whistle his way through13| |shfor the swallyingsh||13, swp by swp, and he getting his tongue aroundº it13| in |shand Boland's broth broken into the bargainsh|s12|,º8| to his regret his |11'supper soup soupay11'| |8cum |aavec avica|8| nightcap, vitellusit,º |8a carusal consistent with second course andº8| |10|13eiers eyers13| andº10| |9'bacon |s+10the rich of bacon bacon (the rich of)s+|10|9'| withº broad beans |+13and, hig,+|13| steakº |8|~not forgoing a slice off turkey-in-julef with fixins~|8| |8'|+13and, hag,+|13| pepper,º the diamondº bone,º8'| |9'hotted upº9'| |13|+timmtomm+|13| |7and7| while 'twasº after that he scoffed a |7duckeling drakeling7| snuggily stuffed following cold loin of veal |7with (14more moreº14)7| cabbage and|5, in their green free state,º |8a clister of8|5| peas|5, |8|~suppositarily suppositorilyº~| petty,8| last5|. |10P.S. Butº a fingerhot of |apure genever rhein geneverºa| to give the Pax cum |aSpiritutuo Spiritututuºa|.10| |5Drily thankful.5| |4And bread |+13Bread Burud+|13|4| |7andº |8'dulse and typureely jam8'|,7| |8'all8'| free of charge|13|+, aman,+|13| |8(14and andº14)8|. And the best of wine |7|8and avec8|7|. |13For his heart was as big as himself, so it was, ay, and bigger|err.!ºerr|13| |8|a|bWhile the loaves are aflowering and the |~nightingale nachtingale~| jugs.b| All St Jilian'sº of Berry, hurrah there for tobies!ºa| |aBrown sherry Mavrodaphneºa|, |~Brown the brown~| prideº of |~Custardhouse our custard house~| quay, amiable |aand witha| repastful, |acheer us, graciouslyº cheer us!a|8| |8'|s9While ever Evers9| of (14Thee thee14), Anne Lynch, he'sº deeply draiming! Houseanna|err.!ºerr| |aTay Teaa| is |aThe highest the Highesta|! For |aold auld langa| Ayternitay!8'| |5|7And Thus7| thicker will he grow now, |8'grow grew8'|
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|9now new9|. |8'And better and better on butter and butter.8'| At the sign of |7Mistress Mesthress7| Vanhungrig.5| |13|+However!+|13| Mind you, |s12knuckling nuckling down to |shnourrituressh|, were they menuly |shsome ham and jaffassh|, |aanda|s12| I don't mean to |13say |shmake the ingestionsh|13| for the moment that he was |8gluttonous guilbey |s12or gluttonous of gulpable gluttonys12|8| asº regards |5chewable5| |8edibles |aswallowables |s12swallowbobbles boltaballs,s12|a|8| but(12', |shbiestings be biestingssh|, and12') |8upon the whole|9',º when not off his oats,º given a prelove appetite and postlove pricing,º9'|8| |10goodcoup,º |s+goodcheap,ºs+|10| |s12(+|shwere it thermidor oogst or floreal may
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while the whistling prairialº roysters play,sh|+) between |shgormandising and gourmeteeringºsh|s12| he |5liked grubbed5| his tuck all right|9', deahº smorregos,9'| every time he (12'|shwas for doing dirt to a mealsh| or12') felt like |5grubbing a bottle of |10'porter ardilaun10'| |aerased |7on |awith alongwithºa|7|a| a |9'a smag of a9'| |10'tart lecker |12'|s+|shbiss of a welldressedsh|s+|12'| taart10'| |7(14or orº14)7|5|. |s12|shThough his net intrants wight bec weighed b nought but a flyblow to his gross and ganz exit'sº afterduepoise.sh|s12| And he was so |8'jarvey8'| jaunty with a romp of a schoolgirl's |8'complexion completion8'| sitting pretty over his |8'Oyster Monday8'| |5face printfaceº5| and he was plainly out on the |8'ramp and8'| mash|8', asº you might say,8'| for he sproke.

|13Overture and beginners!º13|

When lo |9'meheard me saw (whish, O whish!) mesaw mestreamed|13, as the green to the gridº was flew, was flown,13|9'| |8'through deafths of durkness8'| |13greengrown deeper13| I |9'saw heard a voice,9'| the |8(9numerose9)8| |9'voice voce9'| of Shaun|9', |avoice votea| of the Irish, voiceº from afarº9'| |8'(and|a,º |9'cert,º no purer puer palestrine e'er chanted Panis Angelicusº mid the clouds of Tu Es Petrus Tu es Petrusº, and not Michaeleen Kelly, not Mara O'Mario, and,º9'| sure,a| what more |amelodeoned |s9melodeontoned numeroses9|a| Italicussº ever |asucked rawsuckedºa| egg |s+10uova frish uovs+|10| in urinal?)|13|+, a brieze |aof toa| Yverzone o'er the brozaozaozing sea,+|13|8'| |7(+from Inchigeela call the way+)7| how |11so it sighed it suspired11| |8(morepork! morepork!º)8| to scented nightlife as softly as the loftly marconimasts from Clifden |11sigh sough11| open tireless secrets |8(mauveport! mauveport!º)8| to Nova Scotia's listing |11sisterpoles sisterwands11|. |9'Tubetube!9'|

|10His handpalm lifted, his handshell cupped, his handsign pointed, his handheart mated, his handaxe risen, his handleaf fallen.10| |10'Helpsome hand that |aholemost halemostºa| heals! What is het holy!10'| |10It gested.10|

|9'And it said:9'|

|5Alas, alack, alanna, aroon! |aAllo Aloa|, alass, aladdin,º amobus!5| |10'(12'Did she lack salt fat meat rests dud! Does she lag soft fall means rest down?º12')10'|

(1414) Shaunº yawned|13, as his general |aaddressa| rehearsal13| |7(thatº was |10previousday's antepropreviousday's10| |8pork |10'pigeonpie |~pigeons-in-pie pigeons-in-a-pie~| with |~roughdough rough dough~| for |aa thea| carrier10'|8| |9and the hash-say-ugh of overgestern9| |8'pluzz the |10''stuesday's10'| shampain in his head |13|shwithº the memories of the past and the hicnuncs of the present embelliching the musics of the futures from Miccheruni's bandsh|13|8'|)7|,º addressing himself |5ex alto5| and complaining |10with vocal discontent10| it was so close as of the fact |13the rag was up and of the briefs and billpasses, a houseful of deadheads,13| of him |8'to dye his paddycoats to morn his hesternmost,º8'|
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earningº his board in the |8'sweat swealth8'| of his |8'feet fate8'| as, having moistened his |8'mouth |s+13mandibles manducatorss+|13|8'| upon the quiet and scooping
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molars and grinders clean with his two forefingersº, he sank |+13down his hunk, dowanouet,º+|13| |9'to |s+10reunreadk Reszk reszkºs+|10|9'| at once, (12'|shexhaust as winded haresh|, |s+|shutterly spentsh|,s+|12') |8'it was all he could doº8'| |5disgusted (disgusted5| with himself |5that the combined weight |13of his tons of iosals13| was |13a hundred men's massed13| too much for him)5|, upon the native heath he loved,º covered (+7kneehighº+)7| with virgin |8''bush. bush, for who th who e'er trod sod of Erin could ever sleep off the turf|err.!º15|8''|

(1414) Well,º I'm literallyº |8'shot dished8'| seeing myself in this trim! |8(9He looks rather thin. I'm very fond of that other of mine. But he's looking frightfully thin!9)8| How all too |7unworthy unwordy7| am I, a p mere mailman of peace, a poor |13|+loust+|13| hastehater |5of the first degree5|,º |11|+— — — — the principot of Candia,+| no legs and a title,11| for such eminence, or |5unproº5| prominence promenade rather, to be |5much5| more exact,º as to be the bearer extraordinary of these |9postoomany9| missive on his majesty's |+13service. |aservice! service,ºa| while me and yous and them we're extending us after the pattern of reposiveness! Weh is me, yeh is ye!+|13| (12'I, |shthe mightif beam maircannysh|, |shwhich bit his mirth too early or met his birth too latesh|!12') |8'It should h of been my other |10'with his leickname10'| |afor he's the head and I'm an |beverdevoted everdevotingb| fiend of hisa|. |13I can seeze tomirror in tosdays of yer when we lofobsed os so ker. Those sembal simon pumpkel pieman |adays yersa|!13| |aWe shared the |10same twin10| chamber and we winked on the one wench and what |9he Sim9| sobs todie I'll |9sing reeveº9| tomorry.,º for 'twill be, I have hopes of, Sam Dizzier's |9day feedst9|.a|8'| |s12|shTune in, tune on, old Tighe, high, high, high, I'm thine owelglass.sh| Be old!s12| |s9He looks rather thin(12', |shimitating mesh|12'). I'm very fond of that other of mine.s9| |8|xFish hands|10, Macsorley10|!ºx|8| |13Elien! Obsequies! Bonzeye! Isaac Egan'sº Ass!13| |10We're the musichall pair |13that won the swimmyease bladdhers at the Guinness gala in |aIveagh Badeniveagha|13|.10| |9I ought not to laugh |10'with him10'| on this stage. But he'sº such a game loser!9| |10|~I'll I~| lift my disk to him.10| |13Brass and reeds, brace and ready!13| |9How is your napper, |s12Andy Handy,ºs12| and how does hownow does she stand? |13First he was living to feel what the eldest daughter she was panseying and last he was dying to know what old Madre Patriack does be up to.13| |11Take this John's Lane in your toastingfourch. Shaunti and shaunti and shaunti again! And twelve (13colander coolinder13) moons!11| |13I am no |+helotwashupper helotwashipper+| but13| I revere her! |13|+For my own aº coant!+|13| |aShe has studied!ºa| Piscisvendolor!9| |13|+You're grace! Futs droukº of
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Wouldndom!+|13| |s9But|10', Gemini,º10'| he'sº looking frightfully thin!ºs9| |9I heard the |+13banshee singing man Sheeº shinging+|13| in the pantry bay. Down among the dust dustbins let him lie!9| |8'Ear! Ear! Not aye!º Eye! Eye! For I'm at the heart of it. Yetº8'| I cannot on my |4solemn4| merits |10as a recitativer10| recollect ever having done |4of4| anything of the kind to deserve of such. |s12|shNot the phost of a nationsh||err.!ºerr| |~Nor by a long trollop|err.!ºerr|~| |a|shI just didn't have the time to.sh|a| |~|shAnd here's your very good hat.sh|~|s12| |5Saint Anthony Guide!º5|

But have we until now ever besought you, dear Shaun, we remembered,º who it was, |11good boy,11| |10out of symphonyº10| to begin with, whoº gave you the permit|9'|~, good boy~|9'|?
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|5Everybody Goodbye |13|+now+|13|5|, Shaun |5replied. |v6replied, everybody. replied |8|s12|shwithº a voice pure as a churchmodesh|,s12| |9'inº echo rightdainty9'|, withº a |9good catlick9| tug at his cocomoss candylock(12', a foretaste in time of his |shcabbageous brain's curlyflowersh|12')8|. |s12|~in cruel to me art thou my |shCapelpigeodsh|.~|s12| |9'Everybody. |~Addiocaro! Athiacaro!~| Comb his tar odd gee sing your mower O meeow?9'|v6|5| |8Greet thee Good!º8| |10'How are them columbuses?º Lard have mustard on them!10'| |s12|shFatiguing, very fatiguing.sh| |shHobos hornknees and the corveeture of my spine.sh|s12| |13|+Poumeerme!+|13| My heaviest |v6cross cruxv6| |8'and dairy lot8'| it is|13, |shwith a bed as hard as the thinkamuddles of the Greeks and a board as bare as a Roman altarsh|13|. |s12|shI'm off rabbitedº kitchens and relief porringers porridgers.sh| |shNo later than a very few fortnichts since I was meeting on the Thinker's Dam |~with~| a pair of mensh| |s+'out of |shglasshousesh|s+'| |sh|~who whom~| I shuffled hands with named MacBlacks — I think their names is |~MacBlacks MacBlakes~|sh| |+(1414) from the |shHeadfiresh| Clumpº+| (1414) |shand they were informingº me |13and making me beliek13| no five hour |~week~| factory life with insufficient emollient and industrial diseasesº for them that day o'gratises.sh|s12| |13|shI have the highest gratification by anuncingsh| how13| I have it from |11whowho but11| |8Saint Hagios8| |s12Columbkiller's |shColleenkiller'ssh|s12| prophecies. |s12|shAfter suns and moons, dews and wettings, thunders and fires, comes sabotag.sh|s12| |10'Solvitur palumballando!10'| |13Tilvido! Adie!13|

— Then, we explained, |s12|shsalve a tour, ambly andy,sh|s12| you possibly might be so by order?º

Forgive me, Shaun repeated from his liquid |4lips lipes4|, |s12|shnot what I wants to do a strike of worksh| buts12| it was condemned on meº |6|+12'primatially |shpremitiallysh|+|12'|6| |v6by the propheciesv6| |8by Hireark |aBox Booksa| and Chiefoverseer |aCox Cooks |12'|+in their |shEusebian Concordant Homiliessh|+|12'|,ºa|8| and there |5is does be5| a power |5coming5|
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over me that is put upon me from on high |12(+|shout of the book of breedingssh|+)12| and so as it is |5hereditary becoming |v6heredittary hairydittaryv6|5| I have |12|shof coercesh|12| nothing in view to look forward at |5and (7unless it is Swann and beating the blindquarters out of my oldfellow's orologium oloss oloriumº7).5| (12'|shA bad attack of maggot it feels like.sh|º |sh'Tis tropesh|, |shcustodiansh| said.12') |5Almost might I say5| |8of myself(12', while |shkeeping out of crimesh|,12')8| I am now |5becoming5| about fed up |5be5| going |8about |~about circulating circulating about~|8| |13them new k |shhikler's highwayssh|13| |s12(+|shlike them nameless soulssh||13|+, ercked and skorned and grizzild all over,+|13|+) |shtill it's rusty October in this bleak forestsh|s12| and that is why Iº was |5|8'utterly veribally8'| |8''complexed complussed8''| by5| thinking of (12'|shthe crater of some noted volcanosh| or12') the |8'Dublin8'| river |12(+|shor the catchalot trouth subsiditysh|+)12| as a wayº out |9'or to isolate i from my multiple Mes on the spits of Lumbage Island9'| |5or |aburyº |v6myself meself(12', |shclogssh|, |13|shcanteensh| coolcellar13| |shand allsh|,12')v6| deep ina| |s6the mys6| wineupon |13pontoon ponteen13||12, |shunless Morrissey's colt could help me or the gander maybe at 49sh|,º12|5| as |8'it is a tithe fish so it is|12, |shthis pig's stomach businesssh|,12| and where on dearth |s12or |shinsh| |sa|shthe miraculous |sbmiddle meddlesb| ofsh|sa| |shthis |saexpanding expendingsa| |+universe umniverse+|sh|s12| to turn since it came into my hands8'| I am hopeless |12off course12| to |5do be doing5| anything concerning.

|9'We expect you are,9'| (14Honest honest14) Shaunº, we agreed, |9'but9'| a whisper reaches usº (12'from |shfranking machinessh|, limricked,º12') that in the end it may well turn
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outº to be you|11, our belated,11| who will bear these open letter. |13Speak to us of Emailia.13|

As, Shaun replied patly, |12with |s+'|shtootlepick tactsh| tooº ands+'| a down of his |shdamperssh|,12| to that I have the |v6power. And |8'power gumpower8'| and|12, |shby the benison of Barbesh|,12|v6| that |13has is13| a |8'lot lock8'| to |v6do sayv6| with everything|11, my beloved11|.

— Would you mind telling us, Shaun honey, |13|+beg little big moreboy,+|13| we proposed to such a dear youth, where mostly are you able to work?º |12|shAh, you might!sh|12| |8'Whimper and we shall.8'|

|8'I, Here!8'| Shaun replied |5whileº he was fondling one of his cowheel cuffs5||12,. There'sº |shno sabbath for nomadssh| andº12| |8'I8'| mostly |11am was11| able to walk|5, being too soft |ato fora| work proper|s12, |shsixty odd eilish mires a week between three masses a morn and two chaplets at evesh|s12|5|. I am always telling |10them those pedestriasts|12(+|sh, my answerers,º sh|+)12| |13|shTop, Sid and Huckysh|,13|10| how |s12(and it is (+|sh|shthe veriest truthsh| asº |shveriest throthsh| as the thieves' rescensionsh|+))s12|
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it w itº was foretoldº for me byº brevet |12'|s+|shfor mysh| |13|shvocationsh| |shvacation in lifesh|13|s+|12'|,º |5while possessing stout legs,º5| to be disbarred |5after |10'holy huilyº10'| orders5| from unnecessary servile work (12'of |shreckless walkingsh|12') of all sorts |5for the relics of my time,º5| for otherwise (13by my so douching13) I would get into a blame there |7where |13thieves sievesº13| fall out.º Excelsior tips the best7|. |13|shWeak stop work stop walk stop whoak.sh|13| |8Go thou this island, one housesleep there, then go thou other island, two housesleep there, then catch one nightmaze, |~after return thy dear ones then home to dearies~|. Never |afight for backa| a woman you defend,º never |adesert get quit ofa| a friend on whom you depend, never |~face make face to~| a foe till he's |~ripe rife~|,º and never get stuck to another man's |~pipe pfife~|.8| Hisº |5holy hungry5| will be done! |10On the continent as in Eironesia.10| But,º believe me,º in my simplicity I am awful good|5, I believe,5| so I am,º at the root of me|12., praised be |shright cheek Disciplinesh|!12| And I can now truthfully |8declare declaret |abefore my |s9Geity'ss9| Pantokreator(14,º14)a|8| with my |6fleshfettered6| |v6palms palumsºv6| on the |v6epistles epizzles |9of the apossels(14,º14)9|v6| that I do my |v6reasonable reasonabler'sv6| best to recite my |5prayers gunreadn grocery |abears |v6beads beansv6|a| for mummy |8and (9cum |10com (11mit mit11)10|9)8| dummy |13|+mot muthar mat bouzarº+|13|5| |v6regularly regular,v6| |5genuflections enclosed5|. |10'Hek domov muy, there thou beest |ain ona| the hummock, |~gee ghee~| up, ye dog, for your |adoggily daggilya| |~broth! broth,~| |aetc.ºa| Happy Maria and Glorious |~Patrick. Patrick,~| |a|~etc etc. etc., etc.~|a|10'| In fact, always have|5, Iº believe5|. |10|~Greedo. There's me tongue! Greedo! Her's me hongue!~|10| |8Amen!, ptah!º8|

|12(+|shAnd it is the fullsoot of a tarabred.sh|+)12| Yet one minute's observation, dear |v6domestic |adoymestic dogmestica|v6| Shaun, as we point out how you have |6while away6| painted our town |v6|ato wear a wearinga|v6| |8'green greenridinghued8'|.

O |v6murder! |+murner! murder mere, how did you hear?+|v6| Shaun replied, |10smiling the oily smoiling the ily10| way up his |5sleeve lampsleeveº (12'|sh(it just seemed the natural thing to do)sh|12')5|, so shy of light was he then. Well, so be it!º |6The gloom hath rays, her |10'lamp lump10'| is love.6| And I will confess to have, yes. |13Your |shdiognesessh| is anonest man's.13| |9'|~Truebedure Thrubedore~| I did.º9'| |12|shInditty |~I~| didsh|. All lay I did.12| |13|+Down with the Saozon ruze! |xFrom Pontoffbellek till the Kisslemerched our ledan striz will be.ºx|+|13| And I am afraid it wouldn't
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|6time coat's wasting6| |9'after striding on the |s+10vampyre vampires+|10| and blazing on the |~foco focoal~|. See! |~Blaze Blazingº~| on the |~foco! focoal.~| |~Ah see! As see! Blazingº upon the foe.~|9'| (11like Like11) the regular |6fellow redshank6| I am. |12|shImpregnablesh| as the |shmulesh| himself.12| Somebody may perhaps |8'say hint at8'| |9'an |11after aughter11| impression of9'| I was wrong. No such a thing!º You never made a more |v6frightful |10'fruitful freudful10'|v6| mistake|8', excuse yourself8'|!º |12|shWhat's pork to you means meatº to
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while you behold how I be eld.sh|12| But it is grandiose|5, byº my ways of thinking,º5| from the |6prophecies, and prophecies. New worlds for all! And6| they were |6particularly scotographically6| arranged |5for me gentlemen only5| by a |4scripchewer4| |5gentleman for gentlemen only in |aCanada Whofoundlandºa| who |asays findsa| he is |amy aa| relative5|. And it was with my |5postlamp. extravert |alamp. (11davy, davy.11) |8'(11like glue, be true, Like glue. Be through.11)8'| |v6my heart's my (11moyhard's Moyhard's11)v6| dee |v6daylight, thumb, thumb daynoightº, th tomthumbv6|.a|5| |10'Phwum!10'|

|10'How mielodorous is thy |11breath bel chant11|, O songbird, and how exqueezit |11thy blank thine afterdraughtº11|!10'| |11Buccinate in Emenia tuba insigni volumnitatis tuae.11| |10'Do But do10'| you mean, |s12O |shphausdheen phewnsh|,s12| weº gathered |5substantively5|,º whether |8'varnish furniture8'| would or verdure |5|8'dyes varnish8'|5|?

It is a |v6confounded confoundyousºv6| |5lie |aanjective injective|v6,v6|a|5| |6so6| to say |v6itv6|, Shaun,º the fiery boy,º replied shouted, naturally incensed|5, asº he shook the |areda| pepper out of his |aears auriclesa|5|. And another time please confine your glaring |6insinuations intinuations6| to some other |5mordant5| body. What on the |v6face physiogv6| of this |5|8'furnished furnaced8'|5| planet would I be doing besides your |5varnish? verjuice?º5| That is more than I can |5say fix|13|+, for the teom (14bihan, bihanº14)+|13|5| anyway. So let |v6you and I I and youv6| now kindly drop that|5., angryman!5| |10That's not French pastry!º10| |s12|shYou can take that it from me.sh|s12| Understand me when I tell you (12'(|shand I will ask you not to |s+whistle whisples+|, cry golden or quoth mecbacksh|)º12') that under the pastº |5parcel purcell's5| office,º so deeply deplored by my erstwhile |5elder5| friend, Miss |8'Sanders Anders Enders8'|, |5postmistress poachmistress5| |8'and gay receiver ever for8'| in |5general particular5| to the |6Irish Scotic6| |5Goat Poorº Men's |13Thousand Gallonº13| |aCows' |v6Cow's Cowv6|a|5| Society |8'(I was thinking of her in sthore)8'|,º |v6albethey allbetheyv6| blessed with |522,000 twentytwo |athousands thousanda|5| sorters out of a biggest |v6possible poss ofv6| |522,000, twentytwo thousand,º5| |v6mine's won,ºv6| too much |5administrative privet5| stationery |8and safty quipu8| was ate up |5larchly5| by those |5nettlesome5| goats |5out of pension |6greed6|5|. |13Colpa di Becco,º buon apartita!13| |9It Proceding, I will say it9| is also one of my |v6avowed avowal'sv6| intentionsº at some time,º |7pease Pod (12'pluse |shmurthers of goutsh|12'),º7| whenº I am not |6prepared prepaidº6| to say,º |13so apt as my pen is upt to scratch,13| to (12'comprose compound12') quite |5a patent the makings of a verdigrease5| savingsbook |10in the form of a pair of (12'|shscapesheepsh|º12') boxing gloves10| surrounding this matter |13of the |shWelsfusel (14masoteers mascoteers14) and their sindybuck that saved a citysh|13| |8'for my publickers,º |aNolano Nolanera| and Browno, Nickil Hopstout, Christcross,º8'| so long as,
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|v6thank thanks to force ofv6| destiny, |8'I am my selary is as a paykelt |9is9|8'| |v6prepaid propairedv6| |8'andº there is a peg under me and there is a tum till me8'|.

|10|aTo the Very Honourable The Memory of Disgrace,º the Most Noble,º Sometime Sweepyard at the Service of the Writer.a| |13Salutem dicint.13| The |ajusta| defunct Mrs Sanders who |a(the Loyd |~ensure insure~| her!)a| I was shift and shirt shuft |a|~with too|13, with |aher shestera| Mrs
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|aSunders Shundersa|, both mudical dauctors |afrom highschoolhorsea| and aslyke as Easther's leggs13|.~|a| |~she She~| was the niceliest person of a |a|~well teached wellteached~| |bnonpartyb|a| woman |athat |bIb| ever acquired her letters|b, |12only too fat,12| used to babiesb|a| and |11tottydean verbish11|,º this is her |~enterterment entertermentdags for~| she |~shuk the bottle and tuk the medascene all times a day. She~| was well under ninety,º poor |11late11| Mrs,º and had tastes of the poetics |~of, me having stood |11her the pilgarlick11|~| a fresh at sea when the moon |~stood also was standing~| in a corner of |~Saunderson sweet Standerson~| my |asky skia|.º |11P.L.M.11| |aMrs Mevrouwa| |~Anderson von |12Andersan Andersen12|~| was her who gaveº me a mutton broochº|11, stakkers,º11| |afor her begfirst partya|. Honourº thy |+11former farmer+|11| and |~thy latter the earlier Mrs A this |+11thy latter my litters+|11|. This, my |11tears tears,11|~| is my last will intesticle |awrote off by in |~the~| strutforita| about their |aabsenta| female |11associations assauciations11| which I|~, or perhaps any other person |12'|+|shwhat squat onº a toffettesh|+|12'|, have the honour to have~| had with themº |a|~on upon~| their polite |bsophykussions sophykussensb|a| in the |areala| presence of |adear devouteda| Mrs Grumby when her |aface skina| was exposed to the |~air air.~| O,º what must the grief |~up of~| my |11mind mund11| be |afor two little |11ptpt11| |bfeeties cooliesb| worth twenty thousand quada| here witnessedº with both's Maddlemassº wishes |11to Pepette11| |afor next match,a| from their dearly beloved |~Rugger: |s12Rugger Roggerss12|,~| M.D.D.O.D. May |adouble die doubling dropa| of |11drouth drooghtº11|! Writing.º10|

(12'|shHapsolooselyº kiddingsh| you are totetherº with your cadenus and goat along nose how |shwe shall complete that white papersh|. Two venusstas! Biggerstiff!12') |13|+Qweer but gaouº! Be trouz and wholetrouz!+|13| Otherwise, frank Shaun, we pursued, what |4might would4| be the |6biography autobiography6| of your softbodied |v6uniform |8''funiform fumiform8''|v6|?

|8Hooraymost!8| None |v6whatsoever whomsoeverv6|, Shaun replied |5(heº |7hadº intendedº and7| was peering |v6nowv6| rather close |v6at tov6| the |apastle pastea| of his |8rubiny8| winklering)5|,º though it |6would ought to6| be more or less |6|8rococo |~rawcawaw rawcawcaw~|8|6| |v6romantic romanticalºv6|. (12'|shHeavenly blank!sh|º12') |11By the wag, how is Mr Fry?11| All of it, I might say, |13in ex-voto,13| |6pay and perks |10'and wooden |~hapence halfpence~|10'|
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|8(some rhino, |~rhino, rhine, O~| joyoust rhine!)8|,º6| was handled over |6spondaneouslyº6| by me |v6myselfv6| |8'(and bundle |aend toa| |12'|s+|shmy illwishers'sh|s+|12'| Miss |aEnders Andersa|! she woor her wraith of ruins the night she lost I left|err!ºerr|)8'| |5in the |10'name ligname10'| of Mr van Howten |8'of |aTredcastles,a| Clowntalkin|10', timbreman,º10'|8'|5| among my |6prodigits6| |v6neighbours nabobsv6| and |v6nephews naviousv6| of every |v6description subscriptionv6|,º entitled |10'theº |abois Boisa| in the |abosco or Bosco orºa|10'| our evicted |8'tenants |atenements tenemantsa|8'|. What I say |v6is and (14is (and is, andº14)v6| I am |7no greenhorn noen roehorn |8'or culkilt8'|7|,º permit me to tell |v6you. |7you) you,º if (+uninformed,) (14uninformed), uninformed.º14)+)7|v6| |5I never |6spent spont6| it. |6Nor have I the |11ghost ghuest11| of (13a nation innation13) up on me the way to.6| |12It is |shmy rulesh| so.12| It went |v6anywayv6| |7(+like hot |8'pappadums pottagebake8'|+)7|.5| |8'And this brings me to my |afresha| point.8'| |8'Therefore Quoniamº8'| I am as plain as |v6possible portablev6| enveloped, inhowmuchº you will |11'shortly now parably11'| receive, care of one of Mooseyearsº |s+13Guinness's Goonness'ss+|13| registered |9'|~and outerthus andouterthus~|9'| barrels. |8'Quick take um whiffat andrainit.8'| |13|+Now!+|13|