Ulysses by James Joyce
FAN

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 15 occurrences of the word:   fan

[Circe] [22938] TASSELLED SELVEDGE, AND COOLS HERSELF FLIRTING A BLACK HORN FAN LIKE
[Circe] [22947] HARD INSISTENCE. HER LARGE FAN WINNOWS WIND TOWARDS HER HEATED FACENECK
[Circe] [22950] THE FAN: (FLIRTING QUICKLY, THEN SLOWLY) Married, I see.
[Circe] [22954] THE FAN: (HALF OPENING, THEN CLOSING) And the missus is master. Petticoat
[Circe] [22959] THE FAN: (FOLDING TOGETHER, RESTS AGAINST HER LEFT EARDROP) Have you
[Circe] [22964] THE FAN: (FOLDED AKIMBO AGAINST HER WAIST) Is me her was you dreamed
[Circe] [22968] (BELLA APPROACHES, GENTLY TAPPING WITH THE FAN.)
[Circe] [22973] THE FAN: (TAPPING) We have met. You are mine. It is fate.
[Circe] [22990] THE FAN: (TAPPING) All things end. Be mine. Now,
[Circe] [22996] THE FAN: (POINTS DOWNWARDS SLOWLY) You may.
[Circe] [23001] THE FAN: (POINTS DOWNWARDS QUICKLY) You must.
[Circe] [23049] BELLO: Down! (HE TAPS HER ON THE SHOULDER WITH HIS FAN) Incline feet
[Circe] [23339] AND, PEERING, POKES WITH HIS FAN RUDELY UNDER THE FAT SUET FOLDS OF
[Circe] [24564] ZOE: (FANNING HERSELF WITH THE GRATE FAN) I'm melting!
[Penelope] [31631] that big fan mended make them burst with envy my hole is itching me