Ulysses by James Joyce
SAYS

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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[Telemachus] [187] --That fellow I was with in the Ship last night, said Buck Mulligan, says
[Telemachus] [423] --I told him your symbol of Irish art. He says it's very clever. Touch
[Telemachus] [529] --SO I DO, MRS CAHILL, says she. BEGOB, MA'AM, says Mrs Cahill, GOD SEND
[Telemachus] [625] --Do you understand what he says? Stephen asked her.
[Telemachus] [1027] --Still there? I got a card from Bannon. Says he found a sweet young
[Calypso] [2981] splendid. Everyone says I am quite the belle in my new tam. I got mummy's
[Calypso] [3034] jarvey off for the day, singing. Friend of the family. Swurls, he says.
[Hades] [4713] --Five. Ned Lambert says he'll try to get one of the girls into Todd's.
[Hades] [4794] sideways like a sheep in clover Dedalus says he will. With a belly on him
[Hades] [4835] Said he was going to paradise or is in paradise. Says that over everybody.
[Hades] [4989] MAN, says he. THAT'S NOT MULCAHY, says he, WHOEVER DONE IT.
[Aeolus] [5449] says. Welts of flesh behind on him. Fat folds of neck, fat, neck, fat,
[Aeolus] [6320] In mourning for Sallust, Mulligan says. Whose mother is beastly dead.
[Aeolus] [6955] just now. He'll give a renewal for two months, he says. After he'll see.
[Aeolus] [7090] VIRGILIAN, SAYS PEDAGOGUE.
[Lestrygonians] [7485] action for ten thousand pounds, he says.
[Lestrygonians] [8627] deformed person or a hunchback clever if he says something we might say.
[Scylla and Charybdis] [8902] He says: IL SE PROMENE, LISANT AU LIVRE DE LUI-MEME, don't you know,
[Scylla and Charybdis] [9196] national epic has yet to be written, Dr Sigerson says. Moore is the man
[Scylla and Charybdis] [9297] mind, Shelley says, is a fading coal, that which I was is that which I am
[Scylla and Charybdis] [9358] child. MY DEAREST WIFE, Pericles says, WAS LIKE THIS MAID. Will any man
[Scylla and Charybdis] [9817] to see you. Me? Says he's your father, sir. Give me my Wordsworth. Enter
[Scylla and Charybdis] [10113] world within as possible. Maeterlinck says: IF SOCRATES LEAVE HIS HOUSE
[Scylla and Charybdis] [10161] duke, Piper says, and prove to him that his ancestor wrote the plays.
[Scylla and Charybdis] [10195] --We shall see you tonight, John Eglinton said. NOTRE AMI Moore says
[Wandering Rocks] [11054] I DID IT, says he, BUT I DECLARE TO GOD I THOUGHT THE ARCHBISHOP WAS
[Wandering Rocks] [11247] spotted a weeny weeshy one miles away. AND WHAT STAR IS THAT, POLDY? says
[Wandering Rocks] [11248] she. By God, she had Bloom cornered. THAT ONE, IS IT? says Chris Callinan,
[Sirens] [12525] --For your what? says he.
[Sirens] [13885] question. Told her what Spinoza says in that book of poor papa's.
[Cyclops] [14233] --Lo, Joe, says I. How are you blowing? Did you see that bloody
[Cyclops] [14236] --Soot's luck, says Joe. Who's the old ballocks you were talking to?
[Cyclops] [14238] --Old Troy, says I, was in the force. I'm on two minds not to give that
[Cyclops] [14242] --What are you doing round those parts? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14244] --Devil a much, says I. There's a bloody big foxy thief beyond by the
[Cyclops] [14251] --Circumcised? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14253] --Ay, says I. A bit off the top. An old plumber named Geraghty. I'm
[Cyclops] [14257] --That the lay you're on now? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14259] --Ay, says I. How are the mighty fallen! Collector of bad and doubtful
[Cyclops] [14262] HIM, says he, I DARE HIM, says he, AND I DOUBLEDARE HIM TO SEND YOU ROUND
[Cyclops] [14263] HERE AGAIN OR IF HE DOES, says he, I'LL HAVE HIM SUMMONSED UP BEFORE THE
[Cyclops] [14290] --Are you a strict t.t.? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14292] --Not taking anything between drinks, says I.
[Cyclops] [14294] --What about paying our respects to our friend? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14296] --Who? says I. Sure, he's out in John of God's off his head, poor man.
[Cyclops] [14298] --Drinking his own stuff? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14300] --Ay, says I. Whisky and water on the brain.
[Cyclops] [14302] --Come around to Barney Kiernan's, says Joe. I want to see the citizen.
[Cyclops] [14304] --Barney mavourneen's be it, says I. Anything strange or wonderful, Joe?
[Cyclops] [14306] --Not a word, says Joe. I was up at that meeting in the City Arms.
[Cyclops] [14308] ---What was that, Joe? says I.
[Cyclops] [14310] --Cattle traders, says Joe, about the foot and mouth disease. I want to
[Cyclops] [14317] says he.
[Cyclops] [14354] I dare him, says he, and I doubledare him. Come out here, Geraghty,
[Cyclops] [14379] --There he is, says I, in his gloryhole, with his cruiskeen lawn and his
[Cyclops] [14388] --Stand and deliver, says he.
[Cyclops] [14390] --That's all right, citizen, says Joe. Friends here.
[Cyclops] [14392] --Pass, friends, says he.
[Cyclops] [14394] Then he rubs his hand in his eye and says he:
[Cyclops] [14401] --I think the markets are on a rise, says he, sliding his hand down his
[Cyclops] [14404] So begob the citizen claps his paw on his knee and he says:
[Cyclops] [14408] And says Joe, sticking his thumb in his pocket:
[Cyclops] [14412] --Arrah, give over your bloody codding, Joe, says I. I've a thirst on me I
[Cyclops] [14415] --Give it a name, citizen, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14417] --Wine of the country, says he.
[Cyclops] [14419] --What's yours? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14421] --Ditto MacAnaspey, says I.
[Cyclops] [14423] --Three pints, Terry, says Joe. And how's the old heart, citizen? says he.
[Cyclops] [14425] --Never better, A CHARA, says he. What Garry? Are we going to win? Eh?
[Cyclops] [14491] --And there's more where that came from, says he.
[Cyclops] [14493] --Were you robbing the poorbox, Joe? says I.
[Cyclops] [14495] --Sweat of my brow, says Joe. 'Twas the prudent member gave me the wheeze.
[Cyclops] [14497] --I saw him before I met you, says I, sloping around by Pill lane and
[Cyclops] [14504] --For the old woman of Prince's street, says the citizen, the subsidised
[Cyclops] [14506] blasted rag, says he. Look at this, says he. THE IRISH INDEPENDENT, if you
[Cyclops] [14522] --I know that fellow, says Joe, from bitter experience.
[Cyclops] [14529] --Ah, well, says Joe, handing round the boose. Thanks be to God they had
[Cyclops] [14532] --I will, says he, honourable person.
[Cyclops] [14534] --Health, Joe, says I. And all down the form.
[Cyclops] [14555] --Look at him, says he. Breen. He's traipsing all round Dublin with a
[Cyclops] [14560] --Take a what? says I.
[Cyclops] [14562] --Libel action, says he, for ten thousand pounds.
[Cyclops] [14564] --O hell! says I.
[Cyclops] [14569] --BI I DHO HUSHT, says he.
[Cyclops] [14571] --Who? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14573] --Breen, says Alf. He was in John Henry Menton's and then he went round
[Cyclops] [14579] --When is long John going to hang that fellow in Mountjoy? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14581] --Bergan, says Bob Doran, waking up. Is that Alf Bergan?
[Cyclops] [14583] --Yes, says Alf. Hanging? Wait till I show you. Here, Terry, give us a
[Cyclops] [14589] --Who are you laughing at? says Bob Doran. Is that Bergan?
[Cyclops] [14591] --Hurry up, Terry boy, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14617] --What's that bloody freemason doing, says the citizen, prowling up and
[Cyclops] [14620] --What's that? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14622] --Here you are, says Alf, chucking out the rhino. Talking about hanging,
[Cyclops] [14627] --Are you codding? says I.
[Cyclops] [14629] --Honest injun, says Alf. Read them.
[Cyclops] [14633] --Who are you laughing at? says Bob Doran.
[Cyclops] [14636] when the porter's up in him so says I just to make talk:
[Cyclops] [14640] --I don't know, says Alf I saw him just now in Capel street with Paddy
[Cyclops] [14643] --You what? says Joe, throwing down the letters. With who?
[Cyclops] [14645] --With Dignam, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14647] --Is it Paddy? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14649] --Yes, says Alf. Why?
[Cyclops] [14651] --Don't you know he's dead? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14653] --Paddy Dignam dead! says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14655] --Ay, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14657] --Sure I'm after seeing him not five minutes ago, says Alf, as plain as a
[Cyclops] [14660] --Who's dead? says Bob Doran.
[Cyclops] [14662] --You saw his ghost then, says Joe, God between us and harm.
[Cyclops] [14664] --What? says Alf. Good Christ, only five ... What? ... And Willy Murray
[Cyclops] [14668] --What about Dignam? says Bob Doran. Who's talking about... ?
[Cyclops] [14670] --Dead! says Alf. He's no more dead than you are.
[Cyclops] [14672] --Maybe so, says Joe. They took the liberty of burying him this morning
[Cyclops] [14675] --Paddy? says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14677] --Ay, says Joe. He paid the debt of nature, God be merciful to him.
[Cyclops] [14679] --Good Christ! says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14727] --There he is again, says the citizen, staring out.
[Cyclops] [14729] --Who? says I.
[Cyclops] [14731] --Bloom, says he. He's on point duty up and down there for the last ten
[Cyclops] [14738] --Good Christ! says he. I could have sworn it was him.
[Cyclops] [14740] And says Bob Doran, with the hat on the back of his poll, lowest
[Cyclops] [14745] --I beg your parsnips, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14747] --Is that a good Christ, says Bob Doran, to take away poor little Willy
[Cyclops] [14750] --Ah, well, says Alf, trying to pass it off. He's over all his troubles.
[Cyclops] [14760] --The finest man, says he, snivelling, the finest purest character.
[Cyclops] [14769] --The noblest, the truest, says he. And he's gone, poor little Willy, poor
[Cyclops] [14778] --Come in, come on, he won't eat you, says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [14783] --O, Christ M'Keown, says Joe, reading one of the letters. Listen to this,
[Cyclops] [14796] --Show us, Joe, says I.
[Cyclops] [14801] --Jesus, says I.
[Cyclops] [14807] --Hold hard, says Joe, I HAVE A SPECIAL NACK OF PUTTING THE NOOSE ONCE IN
[Cyclops] [14815] --And a barbarous bloody barbarian he is too, says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [14817] --And the dirty scrawl of the wretch, says Joe. Here, says he, take them
[Cyclops] [14818] to hell out of my sight, Alf. Hello, Bloom, says he, what will you have?
[Cyclops] [14824] --Give us one of your prime stinkers, Terry, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14829] --They're all barbers, says he, from the black country that would hang
[Cyclops] [14847] --There's one thing it hasn't a deterrent effect on, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14849] --What's that? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14851] --The poor bugger's tool that's being hanged, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [14853] --That so? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14855] --God's truth, says Alf. I heard that from the head warder that was in
[Cyclops] [14861] --Ruling passion strong in death, says Joe, as someone said.
[Cyclops] [14863] --That can be explained by science, says Bloom. It's only a natural
[Cyclops] [14927] --The memory of the dead, says the citizen taking up his pintglass and
[Cyclops] [14930] --Ay, ay, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [14932] --You don't grasp my point, says Bloom. What I mean is ...
[Cyclops] [14934] --SINN FEIN! says the citizen. SINN FEIN AMHAIN! The friends we love are
[Cyclops] [15123] --Afraid he'll bite you? says the citizen, jeering.
[Cyclops] [15125] --No, says I. But he might take my leg for a lamppost.
[Cyclops] [15129] --What's on you, Garry? says he.
[Cyclops] [15184] --I will, says he, A CHARA, to show there's no ill feeling.
[Cyclops] [15189] man and beast. And says Joe:
[Cyclops] [15193] --Could a swim duck? says I.
[Cyclops] [15195] --Same again, Terry, says Joe. Are you sure you won't have anything in the
[Cyclops] [15196] way of liquid refreshment? says he.
[Cyclops] [15198] --Thank you, no, says Bloom. As a matter of fact I just wanted to meet
[Cyclops] [15204] --Holy Wars, says Joe, laughing, that's a good one if old Shylock is
[Cyclops] [15207] --Well, that's a point, says Bloom, for the wife's admirers.
[Cyclops] [15209] --Whose admirers? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15211] --The wife's advisers, I mean, says Bloom.
[Cyclops] [15271] --Here, says Joe, doing the honours. Here, citizen.
[Cyclops] [15273] --SLAN LEAT, says he.
[Cyclops] [15275] --Fortune, Joe, says I. Good health, citizen.
[Cyclops] [15280] --Who is the long fellow running for the mayoralty, Alf? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15282] --Friend of yours, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [15284] --Nannan? says Joe. The mimber?
[Cyclops] [15286] --I won't mention any names, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [15288] --I thought so, says Joe. I saw him up at that meeting now with William
[Cyclops] [15291] --Hairy Iopas, says the citizen, that exploded volcano, the darling of all
[Cyclops] [15316] --Anyhow, says Joe, Field and Nannetti are going over tonight to London
[Cyclops] [15319] --Are you sure, says Bloom, the councillor is going? I wanted to see him,
[Cyclops] [15322] --Well, he's going off by the mailboat, says Joe, tonight.
[Cyclops] [15324] --That's too bad, says Bloom. I wanted particularly. Perhaps only Mr Field
[Cyclops] [15327] --Nannan's going too, says Joe. The league told him to ask a question
[Cyclops] [15362] --There's the man, says Joe, that made the Gaelic sports revival. There he
[Cyclops] [15367] --NA BACLEIS, says the citizen, letting on to be modest. There was a time
[Cyclops] [15370] --Put it there, citizen, says Joe. You were and a bloody sight better.
[Cyclops] [15372] --Is that really a fact? says Alf.
[Cyclops] [15374] --Yes, says Bloom. That's well known. Did you not know that?
[Cyclops] [15432] --Talking about violent exercise, says Alf, were you at that Keogh-Bennett
[Cyclops] [15435] --No, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15437] --I heard So and So made a cool hundred quid over it, says Alf.
[Cyclops] [15439] --Who? Blazes? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15441] And says Bloom:
[Cyclops] [15446] --Ay, Blazes, says Alf. He let out that Myler was on the beer to run up
[Cyclops] [15449] --We know him, says the citizen. The traitor's son. We know what put
[Cyclops] [15452] ---True for you, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15459] --Myler dusted the floor with him, says Alf. Heenan and Sayers was only a
[Cyclops] [15495] --He knows which side his bread is buttered, says Alf. I hear he's running
[Cyclops] [15498] --He is, says Joe. Isn't he?
[Cyclops] [15500] --Who? says Bloom. Ah, yes. That's quite true. Yes, a kind of summer tour,
[Cyclops] [15503] --Mrs B. is the bright particular star, isn't she? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15505] --My wife? says Bloom. She's singing, yes. I think it will be a success
[Cyclops] [15510] Hoho begob says I to myself says I. That explains the milk in the cocoanut
[Cyclops] [15536] --God save you, says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [15538] --Save you kindly, says J. J. What'll it be, Ned?
[Cyclops] [15540] --Half one, says Ned.
[Cyclops] [15544] --Were you round at the court? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15546] --Yes, says J. J. He'll square that, Ned, says he.
[Cyclops] [15548] --Hope so, says Ned.
[Cyclops] [15556] boots out of the pop. What's your name, sir? Dunne, says he. Ay, and done
[Cyclops] [15557] says I. Gob, he'll come home by weeping cross one of those days, I'm
[Cyclops] [15560] --Did you see that bloody lunatic Breen round there? says Alf. U. p: up.
[Cyclops] [15562] --Yes, says J. J. Looking for a private detective.
[Cyclops] [15564] --Ay, says Ned. And he wanted right go wrong to address the court only
[Cyclops] [15568] --Ten thousand pounds, says Alf, laughing. God, I'd give anything to hear
[Cyclops] [15571] --Was it you did it, Alf? says Joe. The truth, the whole truth and nothing
[Cyclops] [15574] --Me? says Alf. Don't cast your nasturtiums on my character.
[Cyclops] [15576] --Whatever statement you make, says Joe, will be taken down in evidence
[Cyclops] [15579] --Of course an action would lie, says J. J. It implies that he is not
[Cyclops] [15582] --COMPOS your eye! says Alf, laughing. Do you know that he's balmy?
[Cyclops] [15586] --Yes, says J. J., but the truth of a libel is no defence to an indictment
[Cyclops] [15589] --Ha ha, Alf, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15591] --Still, says Bloom, on account of the poor woman, I mean his wife.
[Cyclops] [15593] --Pity about her, says the citizen. Or any other woman marries a half and
[Cyclops] [15596] --How half and half? says Bloom. Do you mean he ...
[Cyclops] [15598] --Half and half I mean, says the citizen. A fellow that's neither fish nor
[Cyclops] [15601] --Nor good red herring, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15603] --That what's I mean, says the citizen. A pishogue, if you know what that
[Cyclops] [15618] --And moreover, says J. J., a postcard is publication. It was held to be
[Cyclops] [15625] --Well, good health, Jack, says Ned.
[Cyclops] [15627] --Good health, Ned, says J. J.
[Cyclops] [15629] ---There he is again, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15631] --Where? says Alf.
[Cyclops] [15638] --How did that Canada swindle case go off? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15640] --Remanded, says J. J.
[Cyclops] [15651] --Who tried the case? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15653] --Recorder, says Ned.
[Cyclops] [15655] --Poor old sir Frederick, says Alf, you can cod him up to the two eyes.
[Cyclops] [15657] --Heart as big as a lion, says Ned. Tell him a tale of woe about arrears
[Cyclops] [15661] --Ay, says Alf. Reuben J was bloody lucky he didn't clap him in the dock
[Cyclops] [15710] --Those are nice things, says the citizen, coming over here to Ireland
[Cyclops] [15718] --Because, you see, says Bloom, for an advertisement you must have
[Cyclops] [15721] --Rely on me, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15723] --Swindling the peasants, says the citizen, and the poor of Ireland. We
[Cyclops] [15726] --O, I'm sure that will be all right, Hynes, says Bloom. It's just that
[Cyclops] [15729] --Consider that done, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15731] --Very kind of you, says Bloom.
[Cyclops] [15733] --The strangers, says the citizen. Our own fault. We let them come in. We
[Cyclops] [15737] --Decree NISI, says J. J.
[Cyclops] [15744] --A dishonoured wife, says the citizen, that's what's the cause of all our
[Cyclops] [15747] --And here she is, says Alf, that was giggling over the POLICE GAZETTE
[Cyclops] [15750] --Give us a squint at her, says I.
[Cyclops] [15760] --O jakers, Jenny, says Joe, how short your shirt is!
[Cyclops] [15762] --There's hair, Joe, says I. Get a queer old tailend of corned beef off of
[Cyclops] [15768] --Well, says the citizen, what's the latest from the scene of action? What
[Cyclops] [15780] --It's on the march, says the citizen. To hell with the bloody brutal
[Cyclops] [15789] --Their syphilisation, you mean, says the citizen. To hell with them! The
[Cyclops] [15795] --The European family, says J. J. ...
[Cyclops] [15797] --They're not European, says the citizen. I was in Europe with Kevin Egan
[Cyclops] [15801] And says John Wyse:
[Cyclops] [15805] And says Lenehan that knows a bit of the lingo:
[Cyclops] [15815] --What's up with you, says I to Lenehan. You look like a fellow that had
[Cyclops] [15818] --Gold cup, says he.
[Cyclops] [15820] --Who won, Mr Lenehan? says Terry.
[Cyclops] [15822] --THROWAWAY, says he, at twenty to one. A rank outsider. And the rest
[Cyclops] [15825] --And Bass's mare? says Terry.
[Cyclops] [15827] --Still running, says he. We're all in a cart. Boylan plunged two quid on
[Cyclops] [15830] --I had half a crown myself, says Terry, on ZINFANDEL that Mr Flynn gave
[Cyclops] [15833] --Twenty to one, says Lenehan. Such is life in an outhouse. THROWAWAY,
[Cyclops] [15834] says he. Takes the biscuit, and talking about bunions. Frailty, thy name
[Cyclops] [15841] --Not there, my child, says he.
[Cyclops] [15843] --Keep your pecker up, says Joe. She'd have won the money only for the
[Cyclops] [15849] --Some people, says Bloom, can see the mote in others' eyes but they can't
[Cyclops] [15852] --RAIMEIS, says the citizen. There's no-one as blind as the fellow that
[Cyclops] [15873] --As treeless as Portugal we'll be soon, says John Wyse, or Heligoland
[Cyclops] [15878] --Save them, says the citizen, the giant ash of Galway and the chieftain
[Cyclops] [15883] --Europe has its eyes on you, says Lenehan.
[Cyclops] [15917] --And our eyes are on Europe, says the citizen. We had our trade with
[Cyclops] [15921] --And will again, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15923] --And with the help of the holy mother of God we will again, says the
[Cyclops] [15929] the emperor Charles the Fifth himself. And will again, says he, when the
[Cyclops] [15942] --Hear, hear to that, says John Wyse. What will you have?
[Cyclops] [15944] --An imperial yeomanry, says Lenehan, to celebrate the occasion.
[Cyclops] [15946] --Half one, Terry, says John Wyse, and a hands up. Terry! Are you asleep?
[Cyclops] [15948] --Yes, sir, says Terry. Small whisky and bottle of Allsop. Right, sir.
[Cyclops] [15959] --But what about the fighting navy, says Ned, that keeps our foes at bay?
[Cyclops] [15961] --I'll tell you what about it, says the citizen. Hell upon earth it is.
[Cyclops] [15972] --A rump and dozen, says the citizen, was what that old ruffian sir John
[Cyclops] [15976] And says John Wyse:
[Cyclops] [15984] --That's your glorious British navy, says the citizen, that bosses the
[Cyclops] [15992] --On which the sun never rises, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [15994] --And the tragedy of it is, says the citizen, they believe it. The
[Cyclops] [16004] --But, says Bloom, isn't discipline the same everywhere. I mean wouldn't
[Cyclops] [16010] --We'll put force against force, says the citizen. We have our greater
[Cyclops] [16023] --Perfectly true, says Bloom. But my point was ...
[Cyclops] [16025] --We are a long time waiting for that day, citizen, says Ned. Since the
[Cyclops] [16029] --Ay, says John Wyse. We fought for the royal Stuarts that reneged us
[Cyclops] [16036] --The French! says the citizen. Set of dancing masters! Do you know what
[Cyclops] [16041] --CONSPUEZ LES FRANCAIS, says Lenehan, nobbling his beer.
[Cyclops] [16043] --And as for the Prooshians and the Hanoverians, says Joe, haven't we had
[Cyclops] [16054] --Well, says J. J. We have Edward the peacemaker now.
[Cyclops] [16056] --Tell that to a fool, says the citizen. There's a bloody sight more pox
[Cyclops] [16059] --And what do you think, says Joe, of the holy boys, the priests and
[Cyclops] [16064] --They ought to have stuck up all the women he rode himself, says little
[Cyclops] [16067] And says J. J.:
[Cyclops] [16071] --Will you try another, citizen? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16073] --Yes, sir, says he. I will.
[Cyclops] [16075] --You? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16077] --Beholden to you, Joe, says I. May your shadow never grow less.
[Cyclops] [16079] --Repeat that dose, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16084] --Persecution, says he, all the history of the world is full of it.
[Cyclops] [16087] --But do you know what a nation means? says John Wyse.
[Cyclops] [16089] --Yes, says Bloom.
[Cyclops] [16091] --What is it? says John Wyse.
[Cyclops] [16093] --A nation? says Bloom. A nation is the same people living in the same
[Cyclops] [16096] --By God, then, says Ned, laughing, if that's so I'm a nation for I'm
[Cyclops] [16099] So of course everyone had the laugh at Bloom and says he, trying to
[Cyclops] [16104] --That covers my case, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16106] --What is your nation if I may ask? says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [16108] --Ireland, says Bloom. I was born here. Ireland.
[Cyclops] [16113] --After you with the push, Joe, says he, taking out his handkerchief to
[Cyclops] [16116] --Here you are, citizen, says Joe. Take that in your right hand and repeat
[Cyclops] [16147] --Show us over the drink, says I. Which is which?
[Cyclops] [16149] --That's mine, says Joe, as the devil said to the dead policeman.
[Cyclops] [16151] --And I belong to a race too, says Bloom, that is hated and persecuted.
[Cyclops] [16156] --Robbed, says he. Plundered. Insulted. Persecuted. Taking what belongs
[Cyclops] [16157] to us by right. At this very moment, says he, putting up his fist, sold by
[Cyclops] [16160] --Are you talking about the new Jerusalem? says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [16162] --I'm talking about injustice, says Bloom.
[Cyclops] [16164] --Right, says John Wyse. Stand up to it then with force like men.
[Cyclops] [16172] --But it's no use, says he. Force, hatred, history, all that. That's not
[Cyclops] [16176] --What? says Alf.
[Cyclops] [16178] --Love, says Bloom. I mean the opposite of hatred. I must go now, says he
[Cyclops] [16184] --A new apostle to the gentiles, says the citizen. Universal love.
[Cyclops] [16186] --Well, says John Wyse. Isn't that what we're told. Love your neighbour.
[Cyclops] [16188] --That chap? says the citizen. Beggar my neighbour is his motto. Love,
[Cyclops] [16201] --Well, Joe, says I, your very good health and song. More power, citizen.
[Cyclops] [16203] --Hurrah, there, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16205] --The blessing of God and Mary and Patrick on you, says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [16209] --We know those canters, says he, preaching and picking your pocket.
[Cyclops] [16215] --What's that? says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16242] --Widow woman, says Ned. I wouldn't doubt her. Wonder did he put that
[Cyclops] [16245] --Same only more so, says Lenehan. And thereafter in that fruitful land
[Cyclops] [16248] --Is that by Griffith? says John Wyse.
[Cyclops] [16250] --No, says the citizen. It's not signed Shanganagh. It's only
[Cyclops] [16253] --And a very good initial too, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16255] --That's how it's worked, says the citizen. Trade follows the flag.
[Cyclops] [16257] --Well, says J. J., if they're any worse than those Belgians in the Congo
[Cyclops] [16261] --Casement, says the citizen. He's an Irishman.
[Cyclops] [16263] --Yes, that's the man, says J. J. Raping the women and girls and flogging
[Cyclops] [16267] --I know where he's gone, says Lenehan, cracking his fingers.
[Cyclops] [16269] --Who? says I.
[Cyclops] [16271] --Bloom, says he. The courthouse is a blind. He had a few bob on
[Cyclops] [16274] --Is it that whiteeyed kaffir? says the citizen, that never backed a horse
[Cyclops] [16277] --That's where he's gone, says Lenehan. I met Bantam Lyons going to back
[Cyclops] [16282] --He's a bloody dark horse himself, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16284] --Mind, Joe, says I. Show us the entrance out.
[Cyclops] [16286] --There you are, says Terry.
[Cyclops] [16290] letting off my (THROWAWAY twenty to) letting off my load gob says I to
[Cyclops] [16298] Ireland my nation says he (hoik! phthook!) never be up to those
[Cyclops] [16316] --Well, it's a fact, says John Wyse. And there's the man now that'll tell
[Cyclops] [16370] --Where is he? says Lenehan. Defrauding widows and orphans.
[Cyclops] [16372] --Isn't that a fact, says John Wyse, what I was telling the citizen about
[Cyclops] [16375] --That's so, says Martin. Or so they allege.
[Cyclops] [16377] --Who made those allegations? says Alf.
[Cyclops] [16379] --I, says Joe. I'm the alligator.
[Cyclops] [16381] --And after all, says John Wyse, why can't a jew love his country like the
[Cyclops] [16384] --Why not? says J. J., when he's quite sure which country it is.
[Cyclops] [16387] is he? says Ned. Or who is he? No offence, Crofton.
[Cyclops] [16389] --Who is Junius? says J. J.
[Cyclops] [16391] --We don't want him, says Crofter the Orangeman or presbyterian.
[Cyclops] [16393] --He's a perverted jew, says Martin, from a place in Hungary and it was he
[Cyclops] [16397] --Isn't he a cousin of Bloom the dentist? says Jack Power.
[Cyclops] [16399] --Not at all, says Martin. Only namesakes. His name was Virag, the
[Cyclops] [16403] --That's the new Messiah for Ireland! says the citizen. Island of saints
[Cyclops] [16406] --Well, they're still waiting for their redeemer, says Martin. For that
[Cyclops] [16409] --Yes, says J. J., and every male that's born they think it may be their
[Cyclops] [16413] --Expecting every moment will be his next, says Lenehan.
[Cyclops] [16415] --O, by God, says Ned, you should have seen Bloom before that son of his
[Cyclops] [16419] --EN VENTRE SA MERE, says J. J.
[Cyclops] [16421] --Do you call that a man? says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [16423] --I wonder did he ever put it out of sight, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16425] --Well, there were two children born anyhow, says Jack Power.
[Cyclops] [16427] --And who does he suspect? says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [16437] --Charity to the neighbour, says Martin. But where is he? We can't wait.
[Cyclops] [16439] --A wolf in sheep's clothing, says the citizen. That's what he is. Virag
[Cyclops] [16442] --Have you time for a brief libation, Martin? says Ned.
[Cyclops] [16444] --Only one, says Martin. We must be quick. J. J. and S.
[Cyclops] [16449] says the citizen, after allowing things like that to contaminate our
[Cyclops] [16452] --Well, says Martin, rapping for his glass. God bless all here is my
[Cyclops] [16455] --Amen, says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [16457] --And I'm sure He will, says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16543] --And so say all of us, says Jack.
[Cyclops] [16545] --Thousand a year, Lambert, says Crofton or Crawford.
[Cyclops] [16547] --Right, says Ned, taking up his John Jameson. And butter for fish.
[Cyclops] [16554] --I was just round at the courthouse, says he, looking for you. I hope I'm
[Cyclops] [16557] --No, says Martin, we're ready.
[Cyclops] [16564] --Don't tell anyone, says the citizen,
[Cyclops] [16566] --Beg your pardon, says he.
[Cyclops] [16568] --Come on boys, says Martin, seeing it was looking blue. Come along now.
[Cyclops] [16570] --Don't tell anyone, says the citizen, letting a bawl out of him. It's a
[Cyclops] [16575] --Bye bye all, says Martin.
[Cyclops] [16581] ---Off with you, says
[Cyclops] [16603] --Let me alone, says he.
[Cyclops] [16625] And says he:
[Cyclops] [16630] --He had no father, says Martin. That'll do now. Drive ahead.
[Cyclops] [16632] --Whose God? says the citizen.
[Cyclops] [16634] --Well, his uncle was a jew, says he. Your God was a jew. Christ was a jew
[Cyclops] [16639] --By Jesus, says he, I'll brain that bloody jewman for using the holy
[Cyclops] [16644] --Stop! Stop! says Joe.
[Cyclops] [16685] --Bloody wars, says I, I'll be in for the last gospel.
[Cyclops] [16690] --Hold on, citizen, says Joe. Stop!
[Cyclops] [16747] --Did I kill him, says he, or what?
[Nausicaa] [18060] Like our small talk. And says she and says he. Nerve they have to fly over
[Nausicaa] [18117] it was: now big. Dearest Papli. All that the hand says when you
[Oxen of the Sun] [18842] or a tale. Faith, no, he says, Frank (that was his name), 'tis all about
[Oxen of the Sun] [18844] hang, says he with a wink, for me with their bully beef, a pox on it.
[Oxen of the Sun] [18848] design of his embassy as he was sharpset. MORT AUX VACHES, says Frank
[Oxen of the Sun] [18863] says Mr Leopold with his hands across, that was earnest to know the drift
[Oxen of the Sun] [18865] going to the Liverpool boats, says he. I can scarce believe 'tis so bad,
[Oxen of the Sun] [18866] says he. And he had experience of the like brood beasts and of springers,
[Oxen of the Sun] [18870] question with you there, says he. More like 'tis the hoose or the timber
[Oxen of the Sun] [18875] of physic to take the bull by the horns. Come, come, says Mr Vincent,
[Oxen of the Sun] [18877] with a bull that's Irish, says he. Irish by name and irish by nature,
[Oxen of the Sun] [18878] says Mr Stephen, and he sent the ale purling about, an Irish bull in an
[Oxen of the Sun] [18879] English chinashop. I conceive you, says Mr Dixon. It is that same bull
[Oxen of the Sun] [18881] of them all, with an emerald ring in his nose. True for you, says Mr
[Oxen of the Sun] [18882] Vincent cross the table, and a bullseye into the bargain, says he, and a
[Oxen of the Sun] [18883] plumper and a portlier bull, says he, never shit on shamrock. He had
[Oxen of the Sun] [18887] What for that, says Mr Dixon, but before he came over farmer Nicholas
[Oxen of the Sun] [18889] were no better off than himself. So be off now, says he, and do all my
[Oxen of the Sun] [18892] blessing stood him friend, says Mr Vincent, for to make up he taught him
[Oxen of the Sun] [18898] him, says he, in a point shift and petticoat with a tippet and girdle and
[Oxen of the Sun] [18908] after him. Ay, says another, and so pampered was he that he would suffer
[Oxen of the Sun] [18912] Harry, Green is the grass that grows on the ground. And, says Mr Dixon,
[Oxen of the Sun] [18917] lord Harry's orders. There was bad blood between them at first, says Mr
[Oxen of the Sun] [18920] I'll meddle in his matters, says he. I'll make that animal smell hell,
[Oxen of the Sun] [18921] says he, with the help of that good pizzle my father left me. But one
[Oxen of the Sun] [18922] evening, says Mr Dixon, when the lord Harry was cleaning his royal pelt
[Oxen of the Sun] [18929] show. After that, says Mr Vincent, the lord Harry put his head into a
[Oxen of the Sun] [18939] and a shirt. They were, says Mr Stephen, and the end was that the men of
[Oxen of the Sun] [18947] occasion, says Mr Vincent, of the composing by a boatswain of that
[Oxen of the Sun] [19240] desperate. He says this, a censor of morals, a very pelican in his piety,
[Oxen of the Sun] [19920] fire, inyah! Sunk by war specials. Be worse for him, says he, nor any
[Circe] [20063] EDY BOARDMAN: (BICKERING) And says the one: I seen you up Faithful place
[Circe] [20065] hat. Did you, says I. That's not for you to say, says I. You never seen
[Circe] [20066] me in the mantrap with a married highlander, says I. The likes of her!
[Circe] [21382] in a million my tailor, Mesias, says.
[Circe] [21656] THE MAN IN THE MACINTOSH: Don't you believe a word he says. That man is
[Circe] [22394] LYSTER: (IN QUAKERGREY KNEEBREECHES AND BROADBRIMMED HAT, SAYS
[Circe] [22405] Yeats says, or I mean, Keats says.
[Circe] [22581] says is the book sensation of the year. Some, to example, there are again
[Circe] [22708] business with his coat buttoned up. You needn't try to hide, I says to
[Circe] [23005] Kellett's. Experienced hand. Every knot says a lot. Let me. In courtesy.
[Circe] [23881] Lessing says. Thirsty fox. (HE LAUGHS LOUDLY) Burying his grandmother.
[Circe] [23998] ZOE: I see, says the blind man. Tell us news.
[Circe] [24761] right. Doctor Swift says one man in armour will beat ten men in their
[Circe] [24890] THE VIRAGO: Green above the red, says he. Wolfe Tone.
[Circe] [24986] says a word against my fucking king.
[Circe] [25039] fucking bastard says a word against my bleeding fucking king.
[Circe] [25284] No, by God, says I. Not for old stagers like myself and yourself. (HE
[Eumeus] [26100] GOD, says he. Chuk! It went into his back up to the butt.
[Penelope] [30844] scoff if he heard because he never goes to church mass or meeting he says
[Penelope] [31095] trash and nonsense he says that little man he showed me without the neck
[Penelope] [31684] says not a bank holiday anyhow I hate those ruck of Mary Ann coalboxes
[Penelope] [31769] open too low she says to me the pan calling the kettle blackbottom and I
[Penelope] [31963] City Arms hotel worse and worse says Warden Daly that charming place on
[Penelope] [31973] consolation that he says is so capable and sincerely Irish he is indeed
[Penelope] [32046] wonder what sort is his son he says hes an author and going to be a
[Penelope] [32184] attention and they treat you like dirt I dont care what anybody says itd