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314 THIRD CENSUS OF FINNEGANS WAKE York's Pomken—combines Francis Bacon (q.v.), whose town residence was York House, and Richard III (q.v.), whose cmest was a boar. See Pig, York and Lancaster. 71.12; 230.11 Young, Brigham (1801—77)—Mommom leader. 542.27. *Younger, Lilien—see Lily? 548.20. Ys, Yssy—see Issy, Biss. Zachary—father of John the Baptist(q.v.). 580.8. Zan—old Doric name for Zeus (q.v.). 415.26. *Zara, 340.34. Zarathustra—form of Zoroaster. Nietzsche (q.v.) wrote Also Sprach Zarathustra. 281 left margin. *Zaza, 248.2. Zerubbabel—pnince of Judah (Ezra). +536.32—with Barrington (q.v.). *Zessid, 34.31. Zetland, Marquis of—became Irish viceroy, 1889. 544.1. Zeus—greatest Greek god. See Zan, Hera, Jupiter, Leda, etc. 269.18; 414.36; +504.19—with Tom (q.v.); 524.30. Ziegfeld, Fbo—American showman who put on the Follies yearly from 1907 to 1931. 106.12. Zilla—see Adah. 102.3. Zimmer, Heinrich—Mr Atherton says, his book Maya (q.v.) der indische Mythos (1936) was in Joyce's library—see Markandeya. 69.32; ?+349.4—with Zimmemmann (q.v.); 502.5. Zimmermann—as in Lortzing's opera Czar undZimmermann. 349.4. Zingari I—known as I. Z., meaning The Wandemems, an English cricket club which had a festival during the Dublin horse show. 112.7. Zita, St—patron of servants and the city of Lucca. 285.3. z Yssia and Essia—Issy + Stella and Vanessa + Esther Waters (q.q.v.) in an episode modeled on George Moome's (q.v.) The Lake. 605.12. Yule, Sin Henry (1820—98)—Mm Wilder says, British orientalist. Thom's (q.v.), 1907, lists John Yule, a gas-fitter. 245.6. *Yussive, 262.n. 1. Zoas—Blake's (q.v.) "four [q.v.J eternal senses of man" (Jerusalem, I, 36). See FIN 305.n. 3.57.7; 611.14. *Zoe_Gmeek "life"—see Anna Livia, Eve. Perhaps the Yorkshire whore in Ulysses. Mr 0 Hehim points out that 202.6—7 plays with Byron's (q.v.) Maid of Athens—"Zoe mou, sas agapo." 479.8. Zofanerole—see Savonarola. 439.35. Zosimus—(1) 5th-century pope; (2) 5thcentury Greek historian who lived in Constantinople; (3) 6th-century hermit who came on every Good Friday eve to give the sacrament to St Mary the Egyptian in a cave on the banks of the Jondan; (4) a strolling band of Dublin, a beggar, sometimes called "the last of the minstrels"; (5) an illustrated Dublin paper(1870—1871). 63.32; 154.8; 186.16; 232.7; 567.30. * Zovotrimaserovmeravmerouvian— 113 .4—5. *Zulma_" ' Recapitulation' a poem by Catulle Mendes" (Joyce's Critical Writings, 104) consists of two columns of gimls' names (23 names), including Zulma. The poem may have suggested the namings of the Seven and of the Twenty-mime (q.q.v.). 147.14. Zwilling (German "twin")—Augustinian eremite who sided with Luther (q.v.). 187.33. Zwingli, Huldnych (1484—1531)—Zurich reformer. 371.3.
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