Ulysses by James Joyce
pianola

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There are 13 occurrences of the word:   PIANOLA

[Circe] [22122] you coming into the musicroom to see our new pianola? Come and I'll peel
[Circe] [22208] PIANOLA ON WHICH SPRAWL HIS HAT AND ASHPLANT. WITH TWO FINGERS HE REPEATS
[Circe] [23794] (SHE GOES TO THE PIANOLA. STEPHEN FUMBLES IN HIS POCKET AND, TAKING OUT A
[Circe] [23828] STEPHEN: (AT THE PIANOLA, MAKING A GESTURE OF ABHORRENCE) No bottles!
[Circe] [23944] (TWICE LOUDLY A PANDYBAT CRACKS, THE COFFIN OF THE PIANOLA FLIES OPEN,
[Circe] [23951] FROM THE PIANOLA COFFIN.)
[Circe] [24317] PIANOLA) Who has twopence?
[Circe] [24340] (THE PIANOLA WITH CHANGING LIGHTS PLAYS IN WALTZ TIME THE PRELUDE OF My
[Circe] [24366] THE PIANOLA:
[Circe] [24395] THE PIANOLA:
[Circe] [24435] THE PIANOLA:
[Circe] [24450] THE PIANOLA:
[Circe] [24476] THE PIANOLA: