Ulysses by James Joyce
Breaking

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 17 occurrences of the word:   breaking

[Proteus] [2233] feet, curling, unfurling many crests, every ninth, breaking, plashing,
[Calypso] [2828] Sex breaking out even then. Pert little piece she was.
[Hades] [4162] Urbright. Inked characters fast fading on the frayed breaking paper.
[Hades] [4860] Breaking down, he began to weep to himself quietly, stumbling a little
[Aeolus] [5964] He took a reel of dental floss from his waistcoat pocket and, breaking
[Wandering Rocks] [10805] Boody, breaking big chunks of bread into the yellow soup, added:
[Sirens] [12302] O rose! Castile. The morn is breaking.
[Sirens] [12819] -- ... THE MORN IS BREAKING.
[Nausicaa] [17819] Transparent stockings, stretched to breaking point. Not like that frump
[Circe] [20483] breaking me!
[Circe] [23169] BLOOM: (A SWEAT BREAKING OUT OVER HIM) Not man. (HE SNIFFS) Woman.
[Circe] [24692] BAYING, PANTING, AT FAULT, BREAKING AWAY, THROWING THEIR TONGUES, BITING
[Eumeus] [26017] come to planking down the needful and breaking Boyd's heart it was not so
[Eumeus] [26544] stones who, though now broken down and fast breaking up, was none other
[Ithaca] [30026] It heals and soothes while you sleep, in case of trouble in breaking
[Penelope] [31031] breaking or tearing something in the charades I hate an unlucky man and
[Penelope] [31876] breaking under me after that old commode I wonder was I too heavy sitting