Ulysses by James Joyce
attractive

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Lotus-Eaters
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Aeolus
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Wandering Rocks
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Nausicaa
Oxen of the Sun
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Eumeus
Ithaca
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There are 7 occurrences of the word:   attractive

[Nausicaa] [17417] make herself attractive of course and Canon O'Hanlon stood up with his
[Circe] [21856] (MANY MOST ATTRACTIVE AND ENTHUSIASTIC WOMEN ALSO COMMIT SUICIDE BY
[Eumeus] [27234] the cause of many LIAISONS between still attractive married women getting
[Ithaca] [29204] How did he elucidate the mystery of an invisible attractive person, his
[Ithaca] [30222] The attractive character of certain localities in Ireland and abroad, as
[Penelope] [31370] attractive to a girl in spite of his being a little bald intelligent
[Penelope] [32273] attractive to men then if he wants to kiss my bottom Ill drag open my