Must ask Ned Lambert to lend me those reminiscences of sir Jonah Barrington.
No longer is Leopold, as he sits there, ruminating, chewing the cud of reminiscence, that staid agent of publicity and holder of a modest substance in the funds.
What first reminiscence had he of Rudolph Bloom (deceased)?
What reminiscences temporarily corrugated his brow?
Did their conversation on the subject of these reminiscences reveal a third connecting link between them?
What reminiscences of a human subject suffering from progressive melancholia did these objects evoke in Bloom?
What object offered partial consolation for these reminiscences?
Were there no means still remaining to him to achieve the rejuvenation which these reminiscences divulged to a younger companion rendered the more desirable?
Reminiscences of coincidences, truth stranger than fiction, preindicative of the result of the Gold Cup flat handicap, the official and definitive result of which he had read in the Evening Telegraph, late pink edition, in the cabman’s shelter, at Butt bridge.
The sailor grimaced, chewing, in a way that might be read as yes, ay or no. —Ah, you’ve touched there too, Mr Bloom said, Europa point, thinking he had, in the hope that the rover might possibly by some reminiscences but he failed to do so, simply letting spirt a jet of spew into the sawdust, and shook his head with a sort of lazy scorn.
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