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The Script

Below are the 96 segments of Ulysses that we’re using for this experiment. Each segment is approximately 8 pages long.

*** Indicates *** that the segment has been claimed by a member of The Brave Cast to tweet on Bloomsday. 

 

BOOK I

1     *** [New Page] Stately, plump Buck Mulligan came from the stairhead … [2-9/783] ***

2     *** Her secrets: old feather fans, tasselled dancecards … [9-16/783] ***

3     *** Haines from the corner where he was knotting … [16-23/783] [Page Ends] ***

4     *** [New Page] You, Chochrane, what city sent for him? … [24-30/783] ***

5     *** He lifted his gaze from the idle shells to the old man’s stare … [30-36/783] [Page Ends] ***

6     *** [New Page] Ineluctable modality of the visible: … [37-43/783] ***

7     *** Spurned lover. I was a strapping young gossoon … [43-51/783] [Page Ends] ***

BOOK II

8     *** [New Page] Mr. Leopold Bloom ate with relish the inner organs  [55-62/783] ***

9     *** O, Milly Bloom, you are my darling. [63-70/783] [Page Ends] ***

10    *** [New Page] By Lorries along Sir John Rogerson’s Quay [71-79/783] ***

11    *** Nice kind of evening feeling.  [79-86/783] [Page Ends] ***

12    *** [New Page] Martin Cunningham, first, poked his silkhatted head  [87-96/783] ***

13    *** He looked away from me. He knows. Rattle his bones.  [97-107/783] ***

14    *** Mr Bloom admired the caretaker’s prosperous bulk.  [107-115/783] [Page Ends] ***

15    *** [New Page] IN THE HEART OF THE HIBERNIAN METROPOLIS [116-124/783] ***

16    *** SHORT BUT TO THE POINT [124-133/783] ***

17    *** LOST CAUSES NOBLE MARQUESS MENTIONED [ 133-142/783] ***

18    *** FROM THE FATHERS [142-150/783] [Page Ends] ***

19    *** [New Page] Pineapple rock. Lemon platt, butter scotch. [151-158/783] ***

20    *** Change the subject. [158-167/783] ***

21    *** His hand fell again to his side. [167-175/783] ***

22    *** Stuck on the pane two flies buzzed, stuck. [175-183/783] [Page Ends] ***

23    *** [New Page] Urbane, to comfort them, the Quaker librarian … [184-192/783] ***

24    *** Nookshotten. Now your best French polish. [192-201/783] ***

25    *** Cours-la-Reine. Encore vingt sous. [201-209/783] ***

26    *** STEPHEN / (Stringendo.) He has hidden his own name … [209-218/783] [Page Ends] ***

27    *** [New Page] The Superior, the Very Reverend John Conmee … [219-227/783] ***

28    *** * / The blond girl in Thornton’s bedded the … [227-235/783] ***

29    *** * / Mr Bloom turned over idly pages of … [235-245/783] ***

30    *** * / — The youngster will be all right … [246-255/783] [Page Ends] ***

31    *** [New Page] Bronze by gold heard the hoofirons … [256-264/783] ***

32    *** Blazes Boylan’s smart tan shoes creaked … [264-273/783] ***

33    *** Piano again. Sounds better than last time … [273-282/783] ***

34    *** Sea, wind, leaves, thunder, waters … [282-291/783] [Page Ends] ***

35    *** New Page] I was just passng the time of day … [292-301/783] ***

36    *** Begob he was what you might call flabbergasted. [301-310/783] ***

37    *** So then the citizens begins talking about … [310-319/783] ***

38    *** And lo, there entered one of the clan of the O’Molloys … [319-329/783] ***

39    *** Then he was telling us the master at arms comes along … [329-338/783] ***

40    *** Gob, there’s many a true word spoken in jest. [338-345/783] [Page Ends] ***

41    *** [New Page] The summer evening had begun to fold … [346-355/783] ***

42    *** The twins were now playing in the most approved … [355-365/783] ***

43    *** Canon O’Hanlon put the Blessed Sacrament back into … [365-374/783] ***

44    *** Wonder how is she feeling in that region. [374-382/783] [Page Ends] ***

45    *** [New Page] Deshil Holles Eamus. [383-391/783] ***

46    *** About that present time young Stephen filled … [391-398/783] ***

47    *** With this came up Lenehan to the feet of the table … [398-406/783] ***

48    *** Amid the general vacant hilarity of the assembly … [406-412/783] ***

49    *** What is the age of the soul of man? [412-420/783] ***

50    *** Meanwhile the skill and patience of the physician … [420-428/783] [Page Ends] ***

51    *** [New Page] The Mabbot street entrance of nighttown … [429-436/783] ***

52    *** (A sinister figure leans on plaited legs … [436-433/783] ***

53    *** (They whisk black masks from raw babby faces … [444-451/783] ***

54    *** (He staggers forward, dragging them with him. [452-458/783] ***

55    *** (Mr Philip Beaufoy, palefaced, stands in the witnessbox … [458-466/783] ***

56    *** (A crowd of sluts and ragamuffins surges forward.) [466-473/783] ***

57    *** (The portly figure of John O’Connell, caretaker … [473-482/783] ***

58    *** (Bloom’s weather. A sunburst appears in the northwest.) [482-490/783] ***

59    *** (Bloom explains to those near him his schemes … [490-497/783] ***

60    *** (Reuben J. Dodd, blackbearded Iscariot, bad shepherd … [497-505/783] ***

61    *** (Ragged barefoot newsboys, jogging a wagtail kite … [505-513/783] ***

62    *** BLOOM / (Regretfully.) When you come out without your gun. [513-521/783] ***

63    *** (Kitty unpins her hat and sets it down calmly … [521-529/783] ***

64    *** (Bella raises her gown slightly and … [529-538/783] ***

65    *** (Mute inhuman faces throng forward, leering … [538-544/783] ***

66    *** (Bloom, broken, closely veiled for the sacrifice … [544-551/783] ***

67    *** (A grouse wings clumsily through the underwood. [551-559/783] ***

68    *** STEPHEN / (Hands him all coins.) Be just [559-566/783] ***

69    *** (Florry whispers to her. Whispering … [566-574/783] ***

70    *** (She drops two pennies in the slot. Gold pink … [574-585/783] ***

71    *** (He hurries out through the hall. The whores point … [585-594/783] ***

72    *** (He gives up the ghost. A violent erection … [594-601/783] ***

73    *** (The retriever, nosing on the fringe of the crowd … [601-609/783] [Page Ends] ***

BOOK III

74    *** [New Page] Preparatory to anything else Mr Bloom brushed … [612-620/783] ***

75    *** He understood, however, from all he heard … [620-628/783] ***

76    *** Possibly perceiving an expression of dubiosity … [628-636/783] ***

77    *** — Mind you, I’m not saying that it’s all a pure invention … [636-643/783] ***

78    *** All those wretched quarrels, in his humble opinion … [643-650/783] ***

79    *** This gratuitous contribution of a humorous … [650-657/783] ***

80    *** Anyhow, upon weighing the pros and cons … [657-665/783] [Page Ends] ***

81    *** What parallel courses did Bloom and Stephen … [666-673/783] ***

82    *** What reason did Stephen give for declining Bloom’s offer? [673-679/783] ***

83    *** What events might nullify these calculations? [679-686/783] ***

84    *** How had he attempted to remedy this state … [687-694/783] ***

85    *** In what way had he utilised gifts 1) an owl … [694-701/783] ***

86    *** Was he more convinced of the esthetic value of the spectacle? [701-709/783] ***

87    *** What reflections occupied his mind during the process … [709-716/783] ***

88    *** Prove that he had loved rectitude from his earliest youth. [716-723/783] ***

89    *** What other objects relative to Rudolph Bloom … [723-730/783] ***

90    *** What impersonal objects were perceived? [730-737/783] [ Page Ends] ***

91    *** [New Page] Yes because he never did a thing like that before … [738-744/783] ***

92   *** theyre all so different Boylan talking about the shape … [744-752/783] ***

93    *** … honoured H. R. H. he was in Gibraltar the year … [752-759/783] ***

94    *** Mulveys was the first when I was in bed that morning … [759-766/783] ***

95    *** … Harry Devans bicycle at night its as well he sent her … [766-775/783] ***

96    *** … I wonder is he too young hes about 88 I was married 88 … [775-783/783] [Book Ends] ***

2 Responses to “The Script”

  1. […] the division of Ulysses for this Bloomsday experiment is complete!  The Script section of this blog contains the numbered list of the 96 segments of the book. The Schedule […]

  2. […] numbered sections, from start to finish of the novel. A key to the sections can be found on “The Script” page of this blog. The writers of these tweets can be found, collectively, on “The […]

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