Ulysses by James Joyce
TROUBLE

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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There are 36 occurrences of the word:   trouble

[Telemachus] [34] little trouble about those white corpuscles. Silence, all.
[Calypso] [3067] Heaviness: hot day coming. Too much trouble to fag up the stairs to the
[Lotus-Eaters] [3295] --Is there any ... no trouble I hope? I see you're ...
[Hades] [3950] we give them such trouble coming. Job seems to suit them. Huggermugger in
[Hades] [5219] trouble. Headshake. I know that. For yourselves just.
[Aeolus] [6256] fieldmarshal now. Going to be trouble there one day. Wild geese. O yes,
[Aeolus] [6316] TO WEAR THEM WHY TROUBLE?
[Lestrygonians] [7417] poor fellow. Heart trouble, I believe. Funeral was this morning.
[Lestrygonians] [7650] Not stillborn of course. They are not even registered. Trouble for
[Lestrygonians] [7687] Power could a tale unfold: father a G man. If a fellow gave them trouble
[Lestrygonians] [7696] mortarboards. Looking for trouble. Still I got to know that young Dixon
[Lestrygonians] [8356] --I know him well to see, Davy Byrne said. Is he in trouble?
[Lestrygonians] [8358] --Trouble? Nosey Flynn said. Not that I heard of. Why?
[Lestrygonians] [8366] gentleman is in trouble that way. It only brings it up fresh in their
[Lestrygonians] [8456] --Would I trouble you for a glass of fresh water, Mr Byrne? he said.
[Wandering Rocks] [11066] --Well, Jack. What is it? What's the trouble? Wait awhile. Hold hard.
[Wandering Rocks] [11892] --The assistant town clerk's corns are giving him some trouble, John Wyse
[Sirens] [12640] --Well now, he mused, whatever you say yourself. I think I'll trouble you
[Sirens] [13013] instant from Father Cowley's woe. He won't give you any trouble, Bob. Alf
[Sirens] [13179] in the paper. O, she need not trouble. No trouble. She waved about her
[Sirens] [13181] hair slowmoving, lord lieuten. Too much trouble, first gentleman said. O,
[Sirens] [13324] Wouldn't trouble only I was expecting some money. Apologise.
[Cyclops] [15225] Dignam he was sorry for her trouble and he was very sorry about the
[Cyclops] [15606] Begob I saw there was trouble coming. And Bloom explaining he meant on
[Cyclops] [15714] him he needn't trouble about that little matter till the first but if he
[Nausicaa] [17167] champions claimed their plaything with lusty cries and to avoid trouble
[Nausicaa] [17763] French letter still in my pocketbook. Cause of half the trouble. But might
[Circe] [20976] BLOOM HIMSELF. BOWEL TROUBLE. IN BEAVER STREET GRIPE, YES. QUITE BAD. A
[Circe] [21748] PISSER BURKE: For bladder trouble?
[Circe] [24774] me slightly. ENFIN CE SONT VOS OIGNONS. (TO CISSY CAFFREY) Some trouble
[Circe] [24884] BLOOM: (TO STEPHEN) Come home. You'll get into trouble.
[Eumeus] [25496] where he invariably drew the line as it simply led to trouble all round
[Ithaca] [30026] It heals and soothes while you sleep, in case of trouble in breaking
[Penelope] [30734] the trouble they do yes he came somewhere Im sure by his appetite anyway
[Penelope] [31243] trouble what shes there for but I stared it out of her yes he was awfully