Ulysses by James Joyce

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There are 58 occurrences of the word:   Gerty

[Nestor] [1189] With envy he watched their faces: Edith, Ethel, Gerty, Lily. Their likes:
[Wandering Rocks] [12188] Greene's office and Dollard's big red printinghouse Gerty MacDowell,
[Cyclops] [16192] loves Mary Kelly. Gerty MacDowell loves the boy that has the bicycle.
[Nausicaa] [16860] her shortsighted eyes. I know who is Tommy's sweetheart. Gerty is
[Nausicaa] [16869] But who was Gerty?
[Nausicaa] [16871] Gerty MacDowell who was seated near her companions, lost in
[Nausicaa] [16886] drawn with Gerty (the girl chums had of course their little tiffs
[Nausicaa] [16890] innate refinement, a languid queenly HAUTEUR about Gerty which
[Nausicaa] [16894] Gerty MacDowell might easily have held her own beside any lady in the
[Nausicaa] [16935] and of course Gerty knew Who came first and after Him the Blessed
[Nausicaa] [16945] Gerty was dressed simply but with the instinctive taste of a votary of
[Nausicaa] [16964] PETITE but she never had a foot like Gerty MacDowell, a five, and never
[Nausicaa] [16970] the fluttering hopes and fears of sweet seventeen (though Gerty would
[Nausicaa] [16993] lovely, Gerty, it said. The paly light of evening falls upon a face
[Nausicaa] [16994] infinitely sad and wistful. Gerty MacDowell yearns in vain. Yes, she had
[Nausicaa] [17007] Wylie's strong point and he who would woo and win Gerty MacDowell must be
[Nausicaa] [17024] too for Gerty was womanly wise and knew that a mere man liked that
[Nausicaa] [17073] Gerty MacDowell bent down her head and crimsoned at the idea of Cissy
[Nausicaa] [17113] himself completely for if there was one thing of all things that Gerty
[Nausicaa] [17118] Virgin most merciful. And Gerty, rapt in thought, scarce saw or heard her
[Nausicaa] [17140] A sterling good daughter was Gerty just like a second mother in the house,
[Nausicaa] [17143] rubbed the menthol cone on her forehead but Gerty though she didn't like
[Nausicaa] [17146] for her gentle ways. It was Gerty who turned off the gas at the main every
[Nausicaa] [17147] night and it was Gerty who tacked up on the wall of that place where she
[Nausicaa] [17173] Gerty drew back her foot but she wished their stupid ball hadn't come
[Nausicaa] [17179] Gerty smiled assent and bit her lip. A delicate pink crept into her
[Nausicaa] [17185] danger signal always with Gerty MacDowell, surging and flaming into her
[Nausicaa] [17232] Gerty wished to goodness they would take their squalling baby home out of
[Nausicaa] [17275] Gerty could picture the whole scene in the church, the stained glass
[Nausicaa] [17329] all her life because Gerty could see without looking that he never
[Nausicaa] [17345] like a caricature. Gerty just took off her hat for a moment to settle her
[Nausicaa] [17358] Edy Boardman was noticing it too because she was squinting at Gerty,
[Nausicaa] [17362] hers. And she said to Gerty:
[Nausicaa] [17366] --What? replied Gerty with a smile reinforced by the whitest of teeth.
[Nausicaa] [17382] Gerty could see that he had enormous control over himself. One moment he
[Nausicaa] [17388] right time and Gerty could see him taking out his watch, listening to it
[Nausicaa] [17413] Edy began to get ready to go and it was high time for her and Gerty
[Nausicaa] [17420] talking about the time all the time and asking her but Gerty could pay
[Nausicaa] [17423] over. Gerty winced sharply. A brief cold blaze shone from her eyes that
[Nausicaa] [17436] --O, responded Gerty, quick as lightning, laughing, and the proud head
[Nausicaa] [17448] no slight extent and Gerty could see by her looking as black as
[Nausicaa] [17470] Gerty stifled a smothered exclamation and gave a nervous cough and
[Nausicaa] [17489] other tales. For Gerty had her dreams that no-one knew of. She loved to
[Nausicaa] [17550] --Come on, Gerty, Cissy called. It's the bazaar fireworks.
[Nausicaa] [17552] But Gerty was adamant. She had no intention of being at their beck and
[Nausicaa] [17629] --Gerty! Gerty! We're going. Come on. We can see from farther up.
[Nausicaa] [17631] Gerty had an idea, one of love's little ruses. She slipped a hand into
[Nausicaa] [17646] with care and very slowly because--because Gerty MacDowell was ...
[Nausicaa] [17825] and Edy after with the pushcar and then Gerty beyond the curve of the
[Nausicaa] [17837] Gerty they called her. Might be false name however like my name and the
[Nausicaa] [18241] tell the time that Gerty MacDowell noticed the time she was there because
[Nausicaa] [18242] she was as quick as anything about a thing like that, was Gerty MacDowell,
[Circe] [20371] GERTY: With all my worldly goods I thee and thou. (SHE MURMURS) You did
[Circe] [20380] GERTY: (TO BLOOM) When you saw all the secrets of my bottom drawer. (SHE
[Ithaca] [30055] nurse, Miss Callan (Christian name unknown), a maid, Gertrude (Gerty,
[Ithaca] [30595] thereto caused by the exhibitionism of Gertrude (Gerty), surname unknown.