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The story, John, said Mr Dedalus smiling. Let us have the story anyhow. --Catholic indeed! repeated Dante ironically. The blackest protestant in the land would not speak the language I have heard this evening. Mr Dedalus began to sway his head to and fro, crooning like a country singer. --I am no protestant, I tell you again, said Mr Casey, flushing. Mr Dedalus, still crooning and swaying his head, began to sing in a grunting nasal tone: O, come all you Roman catholics That never went to mass.
Middle: milieu, intermédiaire, moyen, centre, central. mysteriously: de manière mystérieuse, de façon mystérieuse. nice: agréable, bon, aimable, gentil, joli, succulent, savoureux. paring: épluchant. playground: cour de récréation. red: rouge. refectory: réfectoire. rolled: roulé. shown: montré, manifesté, marqué. silent: silencieux. simon: Simon. somebody: quelqu'un, un. sweets: sucreries. 40 A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Eileen had long thin cool white hands too because she was a girl.
Hoho, Fleming! An idler of course. I can see it in your eye. Why is he on his knees, Father Arnall? --He wrote a bad Latin theme, Father Arnall said, and he missed all the questions in grammar. --Of course he did! cried the prefect of studies, of course he did! A born idler! I can see it in the corner of his eye. He banged his pandybat down on the desk and cried: --Up, Fleming! Up, my boy! French allowed: permit, permîtes, permirent, permîmes, permis. bad: mauvais, méchant, mal. banged: frappé.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by James Joyce