Ulysses by James Joyce

Leopold Bloom Telemachus
Scylla and Charybdis
Wandering Rocks
Oxen of the Sun

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There are 21 occurrences of the word:   Greek

[Telemachus] [49] --The mockery of it! he said gaily. Your absurd name, an ancient Greek!
[Proteus] [1874] heresiarch' In a Greek watercloset he breathed his last: euthanasia. With
[Calypso] [2902] --Metempsychosis, he said, frowning. It's Greek: from the Greek. That
[Aeolus] [6281] Lord Jesus? Lord Salisbury? A sofa in a westend club. But the Greek!
[Aeolus] [6290] --The Greek! he said again. KYRIOS! Shining word! The vowels the Semite
[Aeolus] [6292] profess Greek, the language of the mind. KYRIE ELEISON! The closetmaker
[Lestrygonians] [7284] exactly understood. There's a priest. Could ask him. Par it's Greek:
[Lestrygonians] [8712] Deane was the Greek architecture.
[Scylla and Charybdis] [9621] museum where I went to hail the foamborn Aphrodite. The Greek mouth that
[Sirens] [13614] Can't see now. Remember write Greek ees. Bloom dipped, Bloo mur: dear
[Sirens] [13650] know how. In haste. Henry. Greek ee. Better add postscript. What is he
[Sirens] [14061] one and eightpence too. Get shut of it. Dodge round by Greek street. Wish
[Cyclops] [14498] Greek street with his cod's eye counting up all the guts of the fish.
[Cyclops] [15862] the whole wide world. Where are the Greek merchants that came through the
[Eumeus] [26221] name of Antonio, done that. There he is himself, a Greek.
[Eumeus] [26251] the questioner about the number. Ate. A Greek he was.
[Eumeus] [26616] about the vulnerable point of Achilles, the Greek hero, a point his
[Ithaca] [28524] with signs and hieroglyphics which she stated were Greek and Irish and
[Ithaca] [28657] hieroglyphs to the Greek and Roman alphabets and the anticipation of
[Penelope] [30947] asked him hed say its from the Greek leave us as wise as we were before