"She took him by the lilywhite hand
And led him along the hall
Until she led him to a room
Where none could hear him call." (U17.821)
"She took a penknife out of her pocket
And cut off his little head
And now he'll play his ball no more
For he lies among the dead.

How did the father of Millicent receive this second part?

With mixed feelings. Unsmiling, he heard and saw with wonder a jew's daughter, all dressed in green." (U17.825)
"What other infantile memories had he of her?

15 June 1889. A querulous newborn female infant crying to cause and lessen congestion." (U17.864)
"A child renamed Padney Socks she shook with shocks her moneybox: counted his three free moneypenny buttons, one, tloo, tlee: a doll, a boy, a sailor she cast away:" (U17.866)
"blond, born of two dark, she had blond ancestry, remote, a violation," (U17.868)
"Herr Hauptmann Hainau, Austrian army, proximate, a hallucination, lieutenant Mulvey, British navy." (U17.869)
"What endemic characteristics were present?

Conversely the nasal and frontal formation was derived in a direct line of lineage which, though interrupted, would continue at distant intervals to more distant intervals to its most distant intervals." (U17.871)
"What memories had he of her adolescence?

She relegated her hoop and skippingrope to a recess. On the duke's lawn, entreated by an English visitor, she declined to permit him to make and take away her photographic image (objection not stated)." (U17.875)
"On the South Circular road in the company of Elsa Potter, followed by an individual of sinister aspect, she went half way down Stamer street and turned abruptly back (reason of change not stated). On the vigil of the 15th anniversary of her birth she wrote a letter from Mullingar, county Westmeath, making a brief allusion to a local student (faculty and year not stated).

Did that first division, portending a second division, afflict him?
Less than he had imagined, more than he had hoped." (U17.878)
"What second departure was contemporaneously perceived by him similarly, if differently?

A temporary departure of his cat.

Why similarly, why differently?

Similarly, because actuated by a secret purpose:" (U17.886)
"the quest of a new male (Mullingar student)" (U17.890)
"or of a healing herb (valerian)." (U17.891)
"Differently, because of different possible returns to the inhabitants or to the habitation.

In other respects were their differences similar?
In passivity, in economy, in the instinct of tradition, in unexpectedness.

As?
Inasmuch as leaning she sustained her blond hair for him to ribbon it for her (cf neckarching cat)." (U17.891)
"Moreover, on the free surface of the lake in Stephen's green amid inverted reflections of trees her uncommented spit, describing concentric circles of waterrings" (U17.897)
"indicated by the constancy of its permanence the locus of a somnolent prostrate fish (cf mousewatching cat). Again, in order to remember the date, combatants, issue and consequences of a famous military engagement she pulled a plait of her hair (cf earwashing cat)." (U17.899)
"Furthermore, Silly Milly, she dreamed of having had an unspoken unremembered conversation with a horse whose name had been Joseph to whom (which) she had offered a tumblerful of lemonade which it (he) had appeared to have accepted (cf hearthdreaming cat)." (U17.903)
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