A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Webster's by James Joyce

By James Joyce

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Nobody is saying a word against them, said Mr Dedalus, so long as they don't meddle in politics. --The bishops and priests of Ireland have spoken, said Dante, and they must be obeyed. --Let them leave politics alone, said Mr Casey, or the people may leave their church alone. --You hear? said Dante, turning to Mrs Dedalus. --Mr Casey! Simon! said Mrs Dedalus, let it end now. --Too bad! Too bad! said uncle Charles. --What? cried Mr Dedalus. Were we to desert him at the bidding of the English people?

48 A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man burning livid hand shook like a loose leaf in the air. A cry sprang to his lips, a prayer to be let off. But though the tears scalded his eyes and his limbs quivered with pain and fright he held back the hot tears and the cry that scalded his throat. --Other hand! shouted the prefect of studies. Stephen drew back his maimed and quivering right arm and held out his left hand. The soutane sleeve swished again as the pandybat was lifted and a loud crashing sound and a fierce maddening tingling burning pain made his hand shrink together with the palms and fingers in a livid quivering mass.

Drawing: 图, 图画, 画儿, 绘画, 并条, 图纸, 画. drawn: 画了. elephant: 象, 大象. fair: 公平, 博览会, 清澈, 公正, 公道, 展, 直. flagstaff: 旗竿. fox: 狐, 狐狸. funny: 有趣的. girl: 女孩, 姑娘, 女孩子. instead: 代替, 反而. lawn: 草地, 草坪. paring: 削皮. pencil: 铅笔, 笔套, 笔帽. queer: 不对, 不是味儿, 古怪, 奇特, 古怪的. slate: 石板, 板岩. stale: 不新鲜, 发臭的. sudden: 突然, 急剧, 突然的. sun: 太阳, 星期日, 曝. thick: 厚, 密, 浓厚. trail: 线索, 痕迹, 形迹. underneath: 在下面, 下面的. waiter: 侍者, 服务员, 跑堂儿的. wrote: 写了. James Joyce 41 At last Fleming said: --And we are all to be punished for what other fellows did?

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