Ulysses by James Joyce
BELLA

Leopold Bloom Telemachus
Nestor
Proteus
Calypso
Lotus-Eaters
Hades
Aeolus
Lestrygonians
Scylla and Charybdis
Wandering Rocks
Sirens
Cyclops
Nausicaa
Oxen of the Sun
Circe
Eumeus
Ithaca
Penelope

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There are 38 occurrences of the word:   Bella

[Circe] [22936] (THE DOOR OPENS. BELLA COHEN, A MASSIVE WHOREMISTRESS, ENTERS. SHE IS
[Circe] [22944] BELLA: My word! I'm all of a mucksweat.
[Circe] [22968] (BELLA APPROACHES, GENTLY TAPPING WITH THE FAN.)
[Circe] [23008] (BELLA RAISES HER GOWN SLIGHTLY AND, STEADYING HER POSE, LIFTS TO THE
[Circe] [23030] (HE KNOTS THE LACE. BELLA PLACES HER FOOT ON THE FLOOR. BLOOM RAISES HIS
[Circe] [23736] (THE FIGURE OF BELLA COHEN STANDS BEFORE HIM.)
[Circe] [23738] BELLA: You'll know me the next time.
[Circe] [23746] BELLA: (CONTEMPTUOUSLY) You're not game, in fact. (HER SOWCUNT BARKS)
[Circe] [23753] BELLA: I know you, canvasser! Dead cod!
[Circe] [23757] BELLA: (TURNS TO THE PIANO) Which of you was playing the dead march from
[Circe] [23791] BELLA: (FROWNS) Here. This isn't a musical peepshow. And don't you smash
[Circe] [23804] STEPHEN: (HANDS BELLA A COIN) Gold. She has it.
[Circe] [23806] BELLA: (LOOKS AT THE MONEY, THEN AT STEPHEN, THEN AT ZOE, FLORRY AND
[Circe] [23813] (BELLA GOES TO THE TABLE TO COUNT THE MONEY WHILE STEPHEN TALKS TO
[Circe] [23821] BELLA, ZOE, KITTY, LYNCH, BLOOM: (CHATTERING AND SQUABBLING) The
[Circe] [23853] BLOOM: (QUIETLY LAYS A HALF SOVEREIGN ON THE TABLE BETWEEN BELLA AND
[Circe] [23857] BELLA: (ADMIRINGLY) You're such a slyboots, old cocky. I could kiss you.
[Circe] [23977] BELLA: Show. (SHE TURNS UP BLOOM'S HAND) I thought so. Knobby knuckles
[Circe] [24063] BELLA: What? What is it?
[Circe] [24075] BELLA: (LAUGHING) Ho ho ho ho.
[Circe] [24108] BELLA, ZOE, FLORRY, KITTY: Ho ho! Ha ha! Hee hee!
[Circe] [24164] BELLA: None of that here. Come to the wrong shop.
[Circe] [24206] BELLA: (CLAPPING HER BELLY SINKS BACK ON THE SOFA, WITH A SHOUT OF
[Circe] [24213] BELLA: (LAUGHING) Omelette ...
[Circe] [24342] SEIZES ZOE ROUND THE WAIST. FLORRY AND BELLA PUSH THE TABLE TOWARDS THE
[Circe] [24614] BELLA: Police!
[Circe] [24619] BELLA: (SCREAMS) After him!
[Circe] [24628] BELLA: Who pays for the lamp? (SHE SEIZES BLOOM'S COATTAIL) Here, you
[Circe] [24635] BELLA: (HER EYES HARD WITH ANGER AND CUPIDITY, POINTS) Who's to pay for
[Circe] [24641] BELLA: (LOUDLY) Here, none of your tall talk. This isn't a brothel. A ten
[Circe] [24648] BELLA: (SHRINKS BACK AND SCREAMS) Jesus! Don't!
[Circe] [24655] BELLA: Do you want me to call the police?
[Circe] [24662] BELLA: (ANGRILY) Trinity. Coming down here ragging after the boatraces
[Circe] [24669] BELLA: (ALMOST SPEECHLESS) Who are. Incog!
[Circe] [24682] BELLA FROM WITHIN THE HALL URGES ON HER WHORES. THEY BLOW ICKYLICKYSTICKY
[Eumeus] [25794] your poetry in that language? BELLA POETRIA! It is so melodious and full.
[Eumeus] [27004] the claimant in the Tichborne case, Roger Charles Tichborne, BELLA was
[Ithaca] [30330] visit to the disorderly house of Mrs Bella Cohen, 82 Tyrone street, lower