Typescript, March 1935, II.2§2 draft level 4, 4+

MS British Library 47478 187-190; 218 Draft details

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RM7 Honour commercio's energy yet aid the linkless proud|4, the plurunread plurable with everybody and ech with pal,4| this ernst of Allsap's ale hailaday of roaring month with its two lunar eclipses and its three saturnine settings. |4Horn of Heatthen, highbrowed! Brook of Life, bachfrishº! Amnios amnium, fluminiculum flaminulinorum! We seek the Blessed One,º the Harbourer-cum-Enheritance. Even Canaan the Hateful.4| Ever a going, ever a coming. Between a stare and a sough. Fossilisation, all branches. Wherefore Petra sware unto Ulma: LM15 By the mortals' frost! |4And Butº4| Ulma sware unto Petra: LM16 On my veiny life! |4F194|

RM8 In theses places |4sojournemous sojournemus4|, where Eblinn water, leased of carr and fen, leaving amont her shoals and salmonbrowses, |4whom inshore breezes woo with freshets,4| windeth to her broads. A phantom city phaked of philim pholk, bowed and sould for a four of hundreds of manhood in their three and threescore fylkers for a price partitional of twenty six and six. LM17 By this
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riverside of our sunnybank, |4F204| how buona the vista, by Santa Rosa! A field of May, the very vale of spring. Orchards here are lodged: sainted lawrels evremberried: you have a hoig view ashwald: a glen of marrons and of thorns: Gleannaulinn, Ardeevin: purty glint of plaising height. This Norman court at boundary of the ville, yon creepered tower of a church of Ereland, |4meet for true saints in worshipful assemblage,4| F21 with our king's house
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of stone, belgroved of mulbrey, |4the still that was mill and Kloster that was yeomansland, the ghastcold tombshape of the quick foregone on, the loftleaved elm Lefanunian abovemansioned, each, every,º4| all is for the retrospectioner. |4Skole! Agus skole gen!F224| Sweetsome as auburn cometh up as a selfreizing flower that fragolance of the fraisey beds: the phoenix, his pyre, is still flaming away with trueprattight spirit: the wren his nest is niedelig as the turrises of the Sabines are televisible. Here is the cottage and the bungalow for the cobbeler and the brandnewburgher: |4F234| but Izolde, her chaplet gardens, LM18 an litlee plads af liefest pose arride the wimmerful wonders off, the winnerful wonnerful wanders off, |4F24º4| with hedges of ivy and hollywood and bower of mistletoe, are|4, tho if it theem tho and yeth if you pleathe,º4| for the blithehaired daughter of Angoisse. |4F25º4| All out of two barreny old perishers. Wone tabard, wine tap and warm tavern and, by ribbon development, |4from contact bridge to lease lapse,4| only two millium two humbered and eighty thausig nine humbered and sixty radiolumin lines LM19 to the wustworts of Finntown's generous poet's office. Distorted mirrage, aloofliest of the plain, wherein the
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boxomness of the bedelias |4F274| makes hobbyhodge LM20 happy in his hole. |4F28 The store and charter, |aTreecastle Treetowncastlea| under Lynne.4| Rivapool? Hod a brieck on it. But its piers eerie, its span spooky, its toll but a till, its parapets all peripateting,
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D'Oblong's by his by. Which we all pass. Pons. In our snoo. Znore. While we hitherward the thither. Schein. Shore. Which assoars us from the murk of the mythelated in the barrabelowther|4, past Morningtop's necessity & Harington's invention,4| to the clarience of the childlight in the studiorium upsturts. |4The chorus: the principals. For the rifocillation of their inclination to the manifestation of irritation: doldorboys and doll.4| After sound, light and heat, memory, will and understanding.