Ulysses by James Joyce

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

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There are 24 occurrences of the word:   heat

[Calypso] [2548] conducts, reflects, (refracts is it?), the heat. But I couldn't go in
[Calypso] [2701] He looked at the cattle, blurred in silver heat. Silverpowdered
[Lestrygonians] [8167] A warm shock of air heat of mustard hanched on Mr Bloom's heart.
[Lestrygonians] [8305] grapes of Burgundy. Sun's heat it is. Seems to a secret touch telling me
[Sirens] [13025] How warm this black is. Course nerves a bit. Refracts (is it?) heat. Let
[Sirens] [13148] in heat, mare's glossy rump atrot, with flick of whip, on bounding tyres:
[Sirens] [13486] in heat, heatseated. CLOCHE. SONNEZ LA. CLOCHE. SONNEZ LA. Slower the mare
[Nausicaa] [17913] dance night she met him, dance of the hours. Heat brought it out. She was
[Oxen of the Sun] [18985] concluded due to a suppression of latent heat), having advised with
[Oxen of the Sun] [19022] animadversions of some heat upon the sudden whimsy of the atmospherics
[Oxen of the Sun] [19314] with such heat as almost carried conviction, the theory of copulation
[Circe] [20399] this time of year. Black refracts heat. Short cut home here. Interesting
[Circe] [22982] was a regular barometer from it. He believed in animal heat. A skin of
[Circe] [23554] pricelist of their hosiery. And then the heat. There were sunspots that
[Eumeus] [26466] carry in the abdomen. It comes from the great heat, climate generally. My
[Ithaca] [27978] vegetative existence from the sun, primal source of heat (radiant),
[Ithaca] [27979] transmitted through omnipresent luminiferous diathermanous ether. Heat
[Ithaca] [28042] by heat into water, acidulous serum and semisolidified curds, which added
[Ithaca] [28133] flow of heat was conducted, three sips to his opponent's one, six to two,
[Penelope] [31128] this heat always having to lie down for them better for him put it into
[Penelope] [31328] heat there before the levanter came on black as night and the glare of
[Penelope] [31384] fooling thats better I used to be weltering then in the heat my shift
[Penelope] [31641] pork chop I took with my cup of tea after was quite good with the heat I
[Penelope] [31651] of a short shift I had up to heat myself I loved dancing about in it then