Glasheen, Adaline / Third census of Finnegans wake
V, pp. 295-299
THIRD CENSUS OF FINNEGANS WAKE 295 with Vico's (q.v.) city-builders, for he founded the city of Lisbon, once called Olisipo or Ulysippo; and Ulysses—oman Odyssus—was St Patrick's (q.v.) grandfather. + 123.16—with Hen, Anne, Madame Bbavatsky, Koot Hoomi (q.q.v.); ?125.21; 130.3; + 179.26—with Dedalus (q.v.; see line 17); 196.21; +256.33 (lyssa = Greek "raging madness, raging fury' ' )—with Nuvoletta (q.v.; I associate mad or raging little cloud, q.v., with Lucia Joyce); 324.9; 393.28 (you lousy); 419.27 (hellas. . . is), .29; +442.9—with Knickerbocker (q.v.; and Lisbon); ?626.34 (Illas.. .1. . .1—or "eyes"). *Una_according to Mr 0 Hehir, Irish una = "famine," personified by a woman, typical mother of a family. A grim little lot of meanings. At 576.6 (see Bellina) Joyce ties Uma to Anne Boleyn (q.v.; see also Bellina), for whose sake Henry VIII (q.v.) founded the Anglican church; we may, therefore, assume the adding on of Spenser's (q.v.) Una in The Faerie Queene, for she represents true religion or the Anglican church. See Two? 61.1; 94.12; 212.12 (see Latenza); 267.25; 576.6 (see Bellina); ?601.24. Unamuno, Miguel de (1864—1936)— Spanish writer. +61.1—with Mona (q.v.). Uncle—usually a dirty word in FIN, referring to Mark of Cornwall (q.v.), Tristan's, q.v., uncle) on to Claudius, (q.v.; Hamlet's, q.v., uncle). Uncrowned King—see Panmell. Undershaft, St Andrew—London church, Shaw (q.v.) hero. See St Banbara (q.v.). 147.26—27. Vaast, St—introduced Christianity into Anras, ca. 500. 338.14. *Val from Skibereen, 2 10.18—19. Valdemar—sevenab noted Danish kings. 255.16; 317.17. Valentine—saint whose festival is February 14, character in Two Gentlemen of Verona (q.v.). The following double with Valentino (q.v.). 20.34; 249.4; 289.28; 458.2. Valentino, Rudolph—cinematic sex sym V Stilla—Underwood typewriters? Ben Jonson's (q.v.) Underwoods. See Stella. 248.28; 360.15; 526.23. Undine—Greek water sprite, title of a novel (1811) by de la Motte-Fouqué in which Undine, personification of water, marries a human being, and, when set aside for another woman, kills her husband with a kiss. 139.21; ?222.13—14; 527.23; 547.8. Unfru—Humphrey (q.v.). Mm 0 Hehir (390) explains this form of the name. 24.7. Urania—muse of astronomy, planet, Aphrodite (q.v.) as spiritual love. 171.28; + 185.31—with Stella and Vanessa (q.v.); 413.32; + 504.24—with Oriana (q.v.); 583.16. Uranus—in Greek myth the personification of Heaven, father of Cronus (q.v.). 413.32. Urban—8 popes. Urban I was pope from 222 to 230. 154.20; 539.32. Uriah the Hittite—husband of Bathsheba (q.v.), sent by David (q.v.) into the forefront of the battle and killed (2 Samuel, 11). + ? 102.7; +434.29—with Heep (q.v.); 468.36 (hourihaard). *Urlouglunoor, 577.14. Ursula, St—leader of a band of 11,000 virgins, all martyred by Hums near Cologne. See Bear? 471.31. *Ursussen, Ussur—U.S.A., U.S.S.R. (see Bear). 353.12. Urth—see Norms. Usher—one of the Liffey (q.v.) quays. 52.16, 17. Ussies—see Issy, Biss, Esthers. bob of the 1920s. He doubles with Valentine (q.v.). *Valkir_INalker? Valkyrie? (q.q.v.). 99.16. Valkyries—Teutonic battle maidens. 68.15; 220.5—6; +565.3—with Swan (q.v.). Valsinggiddyrex—see Vercingetorix. 281.n. 1. *Valtivar and Viv (Norwegian "wife"), 331.26.
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