"I tried to draw a picture of it before I tore it up like a sausage or something I wonder theyre not afraid going about of getting a kick or a bang of something there" (U18.557)
"the woman is beauty of course thats admitted when he said I could pose for a picture naked to some rich fellow in Holles street when he lost the job in Helys and I was selling the clothes and strumming in the coffee palace would I be like that bath of the nymph with my hair down yes only shes younger or Im a little like that dirty bitch in that Spanish photo he has nymphs used they go about like that I asked him about her and that word met something with hoses in it and he came out with some jawbreaker about the incarnation he never can explain a thing simply the way a body can understand then he goes and burns the bottom out of the pan all for his Kidney" (U18.559)
"this one not so much theres the mark of his teeth still where he tried to bite the nipple I had to scream out arent they fearful trying to hurt you" (18.568)
"I had a great breast of milk with Milly enough for two what was the reason of that he said I could have got a pound a week as a wet nurse all swelled out the morning that delicate looking student that stopped in no 28 with the Citrons Penrose nearly caught me washing through the window only for I snapped up the towel to my face that was his studenting hurt me they used to weaning her till he got doctor Brady to give me the belladonna prescription I had to get him to suck them they were so hard" (U18. 570)
"he said it was sweeter and thicker than cows then he wanted to milk me into the tea well hes beyond everything I declare" (U18.577)"
"all the pleasure those men get out of a woman I can feel his mouth O Lord I must stretch myself" (U18.583)
"frseeeeeeeefronnnng train somewhere whistling the strength those engines have in them like big giants and the water rolling all over and out of them all sides like the end of Loves old sweeeetsonnnng the poor men that have to be out all the night from their wives and families in those roasting engines stifling it was today" (U18.596)
"I thought it was going to get like Gibraltar my goodness the heat there before the levanter came on black as night" (U18.606)
"and the glare of the rock standing up in it like a big giant compared with their 3 Rock mountain they think is so great with the red sentries here and there the poplars and they all whitehot" (U18.608)
"and the smell of the rainwater in those tanks watching the sun all the time weltering down on you faded all" (U18.610)
"that lovely frock fathers friend Mrs Stanhope sent me from the B Marche paris what a shame my dearest Doggerina she wrote on it she was very nice whats this her other name was just a p c to tell you I sent the little present have just had a jolly warm bath and feel a very clean dog now enjoyed it wogger she called him wogger" (U18.612)
"wd give anything to be back in Gib and hear you sing Waiting and in old Madrid Concone is the name of those exercises he bought me one of those new some word I couldn't make out shawls amusing things but tear for the least thing still there lovely I think dont you" (U18.616)
"will always think of the lovely teas we had together scrumptious currant scones and raspberry wafers I adore well now dearest Doggerina be sure and write soon kind she left out regards to your father also captain Grove with love yrs affly Hester xxxxx" (U18.620)
"she didnt look a bit married just like a girl he was years older than her wogger he was awfully fond of me when he held down the wire with his foot for me to step over at the bullfight at La Linea" (U18.623)
"when that matador Gomez was given the bulls ear" (U18.626)

A PC of a matador in a splendid 'habit de lumiere.' Matador Gomez anachronistically evokes Jose Gomez (1895 - 1920), known as Joselito, a Spanish bullfighter born in Gelves (Andalusia) and the youngest bullfighter to receive the title of matador at the age of 17. Joselito was fatally wounded at age 25 during a competitive bullfight with his brother-in-law.
"these clothes we have to wear whoever invented them expecting you to walk up Killiney hill" (U18.627)
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