Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Monday, 6 July 2015, Pages 244 - 245

We read to "the poissission of the highly course" (245.13).

Some of the group's favourites included:

"When otter leaps in outer parts then Yul remembers Mei." (245.6)

"And now with robby brerfox's fishy fable lissaned out, the threads simwhat toran and knots in its antargumends" (245.9)

"Her hung maid mohns are bluming, look" (245.6) hides the line "The young May moon is beaming, love" from a song by Thomas Moore, which Molly remembers too in Ulysses (18.80).

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