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Jim Norton lyrics
Genre: Spoken Word
James Joyce: Ulysses [Audio Book] (1994) 01. Stephen Dedalus's Day Begins the Martello Tower Overlooking Dublin ... [add]
02. Recollections of His Dead Mother [add]
03. He Reproaches Buck Mulligan for His Insensitivity [add]
04. Mr. Bloom's Day Begins. 7 Eccles St. Dublin. 8 A.M. [add]
05. He Pops Out to Buy Kidneys [add]
06. He Returns. Breakfast in Bed for Molly [add]
07. A Few Minutes of Contemplation in the Outside Privy [add]
08. Bloom Begins His Journey. The Streets of Dublin. 10 A.M. [add]
09. A Meeting With C.P. McCoy [add]
10. Reads His Love Letter from Martha [add]
11. To the Chemist to Collect Molly's Face Lotion; Then to the Baths for a [add]
12. Time for Lunch. 1pm. After Dignam's Funeral and a Little Business ... [add]
13. A Meeting With Mrs. Breen Delays Him [add]
14. Lunch at Davey Byrne's [add]
15. Reminiscence of Happier Times [add]
16. Barney Kiernan's Public House. 5 P.M. [add]
17. Talk About Dignam's Death and the Effects of Capital Punishment [add]
18. A Few More Drinks, A Growling Dog and Increasingly Heated Discussion [add]
19. News That "Throwaway" Has Won the Gold Cup [add]
20. Bloom Incurs the Citizens' Wrath and Makes a Hasty Exit [add]
21. Sandymount Beach. 8pm. Bloom Enjoys the Last Rays of the Sun, ... [add]
22. The Twins Become a Nuisance; Gerty Dreams of Other Things [add]
23. Gerty Becomes Aware of Bloom's Gaze [add]
24. Fireworks and a Distant Communion [add]
25. Nighttown. 12 Midnight. Bloom Has Been in the Company of Stephen ... [add]
26. The Spectres of Molly and Gerty Chastise Him [add]
27. Zoe Invites Him Inside [add]
28. The Brothel Keeper Bella Cohen Humiliates Him [add]
29. Stephen's Delerium Reaches a Climax. He Shatters a Lamp [add]
30. Stephen Gets Involved in an Altercation With Two English Soldiers [add]
31. Stephen Is Knocked to the Ground. Bloom Rescues Him and Takes Him Home [add]
32. Bloom's House. 2 A.M. Bloom and Stephen Have Cocoa Together [add]
33. They Take Leave of One Another [add]
34. Bloom Re-Enters the House and Makes His Way to Bed [add]
35. Bloom Muses on Molly's Afternoon Assignation With Boylan at 7 ... [add]
36. Bloom Recalls Some of the Day's Events for Molly. He Drifts Off to ... [add]
37. Molly Bloom. Head to Toe in the Matrimonial Bed, In the Quiet of ... [add]
38. Bishops, Popes and Father Courage [add]
39. Male and Female Attitudes Compared [add]
40. A Train and an Old Sweet Song [add]
41. A Monthly Discomfort. On to the Chamber Pot [add]
42. Women Should Rule the World. Memories of Gibraltar [add]
43. Flowers, Seedcake and Sleep at Last [add]

Dubliners, Pt. 2 (1999) 01. A Painful Case: "MR. James Duffy Lived in Chapelizod Because He ..." [add]
02. A Painful Case: "Meeting Her a Third Time by Accident, He Found ..." [add]
03. A Painful Case: "This Was the Paragraph: Death of a Lady at Sydney ..." [add]
04. A Painful Case: "MR. Duffy Raised His Eyes Form the Paper and Gazed ..." [add]
05. Ivy Day in the Committee Room: "Old Jack Raked the Cinders ..." [add]
06. Ivy Day in the Committee Room: "The Room Was Silent Again. Then a ..." [add]
07. Ivy Day in the Committee Room: "A Person Resembling a Poor ..." [add]
08. Ivy Day in the Committee Room: In a Few Minutes an Apologetic 'Pok! ' [add]
09. Ivy Day in the Committee Room: Mr. Hynes Hesitated a Little ... [add]
10. A Mother: MR. Holohan, Assistant Secretary of the Eire Abu Society, Had [add]
11. A Mother: "The Concert on Thursday Night Was Better Attended, But ..." [add]
12. A Mother: "When She Came Back to the Dressing-Room Her Cheeks Were ..." [add]
13. Grace: "Two Gentlemen Who Were in the Lavatory at the Time Tried ..." [add]
14. Grace: "The Three Men Left the Bar and the Crowd Sifted Through ..." [add]
15. Grace: "MRS. Kernan's Puzzled Eyes Watched the Car Till It Was Out ..." [add]
16. Grace: "The Gentlemen Began to Talk of the Accident. Mr. ..." [add]
17. Grace: "'i Haven't Such a Bad Opinion of the Jesuits, ' He Said, ..." [add]
18. Grace: "MRS. Kernan Came to the Door of the Bedroom and Announced: ..." [add]
19. Grace: "The Transept of the Jesuit Church in Gardiner Street Was ..." [add]
20. The Dead: "Lily, the Caretaker's Daughter, Was Literally Run off Her Feet." [add]
21. The Dead: "He Waited Outside the Drawing-Room Door Until the Waltz ..." [add]
22. The Dead: "Gabriel Went to the Stairs and Listened over the Banisters. ..." [add]
23. The Dead: "Gabriel Could Not Listen While Mary Jane Was Playing Her ..." [add]
24. The Dead: When the Lancers Were over Gabriel Went Away to a Remote Corner [add]
25. The Dead: "A Murmur in the Room Attracted His Attention. Mr. Browne ..." [add]
26. The Dead: "Gabriel Took His Seat Boldly at the Head of the Table and, ..." [add]
27. The Dead: "The Patting at Once Grew Louder in Encouragement and Then ..." [add]
28. The Dead: "The Piercing Morning Air Came into the Hall Where They Were ..." [add]
29. The Dead: "The Morning Was Still Dark. A Dull, Yellow Light Brooded ..." [add]
30. The Dead: "A Ghostly Light from the Street Lamp Lay in a Long Shaft ..." [add]
31. The Dead: "A Vague Terror Seized Gabriel at This Answer, as If, at ..." [add]
32. The Dead: She Was Fast Asleep. Gabriell, Leaning on His Elbow, Looked For [add]
33. Balfe [add]

See also: James Joyce: Ulysses [Audio Book] lyrics, Dubliners, Pt. 2 lyrics,