Ulysses by James Joyce

Leopold Bloom Telemachus
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Wandering Rocks
Oxen of the Sun

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There are 134 occurrences of the word:   Miss

[Calypso] [2654] --Now, my miss, he said.
[Calypso] [2658] --Thank you, my miss. And one shilling threepence change. For you,
[Calypso] [3104] Deep voice that fellow Dlugacz has. Agendath what is it? Now, my miss.
[Lotus-Eaters] [3765] the time? Women enjoy it. Never tell you. But we. Excuse, miss, there's a
[Hades] [4110] miss this chance. Dogs' home over there. Poor old Athos! Be good to Athos,
[Aeolus] [6901] the north city diningrooms in Marlborough street from Miss Kate Collins,
[Lestrygonians] [8293] tempt you to a little more filleted lemon sole, miss Dubedat? Yes, do
[Lestrygonians] [8294] bedad. And she did bedad. Huguenot name I expect that. A miss Dubedat
[Scylla and Charybdis] [9193] coming too. Moore asked him to bring Haines. Did you hear Miss Mitchell's
[Wandering Rocks] [10937] Miss Dunne hid the Capel street library copy of THE WOMAN IN WHITE
[Wandering Rocks] [10947] Miss Dunne clicked on the keyboard:
[Wandering Rocks] [11847] Bronze by gold, Miss Kennedy's head by Miss Douce's head, appeared above
[Wandering Rocks] [12158] lodge. In the following carriage were the honourable Mrs Paget, Miss de
[Wandering Rocks] [12180] bronze, Miss Kennedy's head by Miss Douce's head watched and admired.
[Sirens] [12399] Bronze by gold, miss Douce's head by miss Kennedy's head, over the
[Sirens] [12403] --Is that her? asked miss Kennedy.
[Sirens] [12405] Miss Douce said yes, sitting with his ex, pearl grey and EAU DE NIL.
[Sirens] [12407] --Exquisite contrast, miss Kennedy said.
[Sirens] [12410] When all agog miss Douce said eagerly:
[Sirens] [12416] --In the second carriage, miss Douce's wet lips said, laughing in the sun.
[Sirens] [12433] Miss Kennedy sauntered sadly from bright light, twining a loose hair
[Sirens] [12451] Miss Kennedy with manners transposed the teatray down to an
[Sirens] [12456] --Find out, miss Douce retorted, leaving her spyingpoint.
[Sirens] [12470] On her flower frowning miss Douce said:
[Sirens] [12477] --Take no notice, miss Kennedy rejoined.
[Sirens] [12490] Miss bronze unbloused her neck.
[Sirens] [12492] --No, said miss Kennedy. It gets brown after. Did you try the borax with
[Sirens] [12495] Miss Douce halfstood to see her skin askance in the barmirror
[Sirens] [12501] --Try it with the glycerine, miss Kennedy advised.
[Sirens] [12503] Bidding her neck and hands adieu miss Douce
[Sirens] [12508] Miss Kennedy, pouring now a fulldrawn tea, grimaced and prayed:
[Sirens] [12512] --But wait till I tell you, miss Douce entreated.
[Sirens] [12514] Sweet tea miss Kennedy having poured with milk plugged both two
[Sirens] [12523] Miss Douce grunted in snuffy fogey's tone:
[Sirens] [12527] Miss Kennedy unplugged her ears to hear, to speak: but said, but
[Sirens] [12535] --Here he was, miss Douce said, cocking her bronze head three quarters,
[Sirens] [12538] Shrill shriek of laughter sprang from miss Kennedy's throat. Miss
[Sirens] [12542] --O! shrieking, miss Kennedy cried. Will you ever forget his goggle eye?
[Sirens] [12544] Miss Douce chimed in in deep bronze laughter, shouting:
[Sirens] [12567] Miss Kennedy lipped her cup again, raised, drank a sip and
[Sirens] [12568] gigglegiggled. Miss Douce, bending over the teatray, ruffled again her
[Sirens] [12591] --O saints above! miss Douce said, sighed above her jumping rose. I wished
[Sirens] [12595] --O, miss Douce! miss Kennedy protested. You horrid thing!
[Sirens] [12612] --O, welcome back, miss Douce.
[Sirens] [12628] Miss Douce of satin douced her arm away.
[Sirens] [12637] --You must have been a doaty, miss Douce made answer. And what did the
[Sirens] [12645] --With the greatest alacrity, miss Douce agreed.
[Sirens] [12662] Gaily miss Douce polished a tumbler, trilling:
[Sirens] [12672] --He was in at lunchtime, miss Douce said.
[Sirens] [12680] --Miss Kennedy, was Mr Boylan in while I was upstairs?
[Sirens] [12682] She asked. Miss voice of Kennedy answered, a second teacup poised,
[Sirens] [12687] Miss gaze of Kennedy, heard, not seen, read on. Lenehan round the
[Sirens] [12703] He droned in vain. Miss Douce turned to her tea aside.
[Sirens] [12751] --The tuner was in today, miss Douce replied, tuning it for the smoking
[Sirens] [12756] --Didn't he, miss Kennedy? The real classical, you know. And blind too,
[Sirens] [12763] --So sad to look at his face, miss Douce condoled.
[Sirens] [12811] popcorked bottle ere he went he whispered, bald and bothered, with Miss
[Sirens] [12859] He touched to fair miss Kennedy a rim of his slanted straw. She
[Sirens] [12881] Miss Douce reached high to take a flagon, stretching her satin arm,
[Sirens] [12911] Lenehan still drank and grinned at his tilted ale and at miss Douce's
[Sirens] [12916] Clock whirred. Miss Kennedy passed their way (flower, wonder who
[Sirens] [12919] Miss Douce took Boylan's coin, struck boldly the cashregister. It
[Sirens] [12956] --Afterwits, miss Douce promised coyly.
[Sirens] [12960] She looked. Quick. Miss Kenn out of earshot. Sudden bent. Two
[Sirens] [13047] Miss Douce's brave eyes, unregarded, turned from the crossblind,
[Sirens] [13175] Miss Kennedy served two gentlemen with tankards of cool stout. She
[Sirens] [13198] Miss Douce, engaging, Lydia Douce, bowed to suave solicitor, George
[Sirens] [13481] first gent with tank and bronze miss Douce and gold MJiss Mina.
[Sirens] [13494] two more tankards if she did not mind. Miss Kennedy smirked, disserving,
[Sirens] [13550] Miss Douce withdrew her satiny arm, reproachful, pleased.
[Sirens] [13559] Miss Douce, miss Lydia, did not believe: miss Kennedy, Mina, did not
[Sirens] [13560] believe: George Lidwell, no: miss Dou did not: the first, the first: gent
[Sirens] [13561] with the tank: believe, no, no: did not, miss Kenn: Lidlydiawell: the
[Sirens] [13661] Miss Martha Clifford
[Sirens] [13745] From the forsaken shell miss Mina glided to her tankards waiting.
[Sirens] [13746] No, she was not so lonely archly miss Douce's head let Mr Lidwell know.
[Sirens] [13859] They listened. Tankards and miss Kennedy. George Lidwell, eyelid
[Sirens] [14025] Miss Douce composed her rose to wait.
[Sirens] [14040] Miss Mina Kennedy brought near her lips to ear of tankard one.
[Sirens] [14046] Tank one believed: miss Kenn when she: that doll he was: she doll:
[Cyclops] [15887] ranger of the Irish National Foresters, with Miss Fir Conifer of Pine
[Cyclops] [15889] Mrs Holly Hazeleyes, Miss Daphne Bays, Miss Dorothy Canebrake, Mrs
[Cyclops] [15890] Clyde Twelvetrees, Mrs Rowan Greene, Mrs Helen Vinegadding, Miss
[Cyclops] [15891] Virginia Creeper, Miss Gladys Beech, Miss Olive Garth, Miss Blanche
[Cyclops] [15892] Maple, Mrs Maud Mahogany, Miss Myra Myrtle, Miss Priscilla
[Cyclops] [15893] Elderflower, Miss Bee Honeysuckle, Miss Grace Poplar, Miss O Mimosa
[Cyclops] [15894] San, Miss Rachel Cedarfrond, the Misses Lilian and Viola Lilac, Miss
[Cyclops] [15895] Timidity Aspenall, Mrs Kitty Dewey-Mosse, Miss May Hawthorne, Mrs
[Cyclops] [15903] bronze. The maids of honour, Miss Larch Conifer and Miss Spruce Conifer,
[Nausicaa] [17086] the Miss White. That was just like Cissycums. O, and will you ever forget
[Nausicaa] [17372] time and Miss Cissy, as glib as you like, said it was half past kissing
[Nausicaa] [17447] shrivel up on the spot. Miss puny little Edy's countenance fell to
[Nausicaa] [17488] book THE LAMPLIGHTER by Miss Cummins, author of MABEL VAUGHAN and
[Oxen of the Sun] [19111] all were conjecturing what might be the cause, Miss Callan entered and,
[Oxen of the Sun] [19141] an one, the amiable Miss Callan, who is the lustre of her own sex and the
[Circe] [20150] FARTHER SIDE OF TALBOT STREET) I'll miss him. Run. Quick. Better cross
[Circe] [22366] strong in you, Mr President. I certainly am thinking now Miss Higgins and
[Circe] [22367] Miss Ricketts got religion way inside them. Certainly seems to me I don't
[Circe] [22368] never see no wusser scared female than the way you been, Miss Florry,
[Circe] [23237] church. Unspeakable messages he telephoned mentally to Miss Dunn at an
[Circe] [23286] on your misdeeds, Miss Ruby, and spank your bare bot right well, miss,
[Circe] [24921] arsenic retrieved from body of Miss Barron which sent Seddon to the
[Eumeus] [26481] triangle miss Portinari he fell in love with and Leonardo and san Tommaso
[Eumeus] [27242] unto himself a wife when Miss Right came on the scene but in the interim
[Eumeus] [27245] Miss Ferguson (who was very possibly the particular lodestar who brought
[Ithaca] [27714] Tweedy and his daughter Miss Marion Tweedy, together and separately on
[Ithaca] [27828] godmother Miss Kate Morkan in the house of her dying sister Miss Julia
[Ithaca] [28179] poet) sent to Miss Marion (Molly) Tweedy on the 14 February 1888?
[Ithaca] [28196] Jackson and Cecil Hicks, costumes by Mrs and Miss Whelan under the
[Ithaca] [30055] nurse, Miss Callan (Christian name unknown), a maid, Gertrude (Gerty,
[Penelope] [30726] wore that dress Miss Stack bringing him flowers the worst old ones she
[Penelope] [31446] always goodhumoured well now Miss Tweedy or Miss Gillespie theres the
[Penelope] [31607] footlights again Kathleen Kearney and her lot of squealers Miss This Miss
[Penelope] [31608] That Miss Theother lot of sparrowfarts skitting around talking about