"What, reduced to their simplest reciprocal form, were Bloom's thoughts about Stephen's thoughts about Bloom and about Stephen's thoughts about Bloom's thoughts about Stephen?
He thought that he thought that he was a jew whereas he knew that he knew that he knew that he was not." (U17.527)
"What, the enclosures of reticence removed, were their respective parentages?
Bloom, only born male transubstantial heir of Rudolf Virag (subsequently Rudolph Bloom) of Szombathely," (U17.532)
"Vienna, Budapest" (U17.535)
A SV showing Liberty Square in Budapest (Hungary) in the early 1900s.
"and of Ellen Higgins, second daughter of Julius Higgins (born Karoly) and Fanny Higgins (born Hegarty). Stephen, eldest surviving male consubstantial heir of Simon Dedalus of Cork and Dublin and of Mary, daughter of Richard and Christina Goulding (born Grier)." (U17.536)
"Had Bloom and Stephen been baptised, and where and by whom, cleric or layman?
Bloom (three times) by the reverend Mr Gilmer Johnston M.A., alone, in the protestant church of Saint Nicholas Without, Coombe," (U17.540)
"by James O'Connor, Philip Gilligan and James Fitzpatrick, together, under a pump in the village of Swords," (U17.543)
"and by the reverend Charles Malone C.C., in the church of the Three Patrons, Rathgar.: (U17.545)
"Stephen (once) by the reverend Charles Malone, C.C., alone," (U17.546)
in the church of the Three Patrons, Rathgar." (U17.547)
"Did they find their educational careers similar?
Substituting Stephen for Bloom Stoom would have passed successively through a dame's school and the high school. Substituting Bloom for Stephen Blephen would have passed successively through the preparatory, junior, middle and senior grades of the intermediate" (U15.548)
"through the matriculation, first arts, second arts and arts degree courses of the royal university." (U17.553)
"What proofs did Bloom adduce to prove that his tendency was towards applied, rather than towards pure, science?
Certain possible inventions of which he had cogitated when reclining in a state of supine repletion to aid digestion," (17.561)
"stimulated by his appreciation of the importance of inventions now common but once revolutionary, for example, the aeronautic parachute," (U17.564)