Stephen Dedalus's Day Begins the Martello Tower Overlooking Dublin ...
Recollections of His Dead Mother
He Reproaches Buck Mulligan for His Insensitivity
Mr. Bloom's Day Begins. 7 Eccles St. Dublin. 8 A.M.
He Pops Out to Buy Kidneys
He Returns. Breakfast in Bed for Molly
Few Minutes of Contemplation in the Outside Privy, A
Bloom Begins His Journey. The Streets of Dublin. 10 A.M.
Meeting With C.P. McCoy, A
Reads His Love Letter from Martha
To the Chemist to Collect Molly's Face Lotion; Then to the Baths for a
Time for Lunch. 1pm. After Dignam's Funeral and a Little Business ...
Meeting With Mrs. Breen Delays Him, A
Lunch at Davey Byrne's
Reminiscence of Happier Times
Barney Kiernan's Public House. 5 P.M.
Talk About Dignam's Death and the Effects of Capital Punishment
Few More Drinks, A Growling Dog and Increasingly Heated Discussion, A
News That "Throwaway" Has Won the Gold Cup
Bloom Incurs the Citizens' Wrath and Makes a Hasty Exit
Sandymount Beach. 8pm. Bloom Enjoys the Last Rays of the Sun, ...
Twins Become a Nuisance; Gerty Dreams of Other Things, The
Gerty Becomes Aware of Bloom's Gaze
Fireworks and a Distant Communion
Nighttown. 12 Midnight. Bloom Has Been in the Company of Stephen ...
Spectres of Molly and Gerty Chastise Him, The
Zoe Invites Him Inside
Brothel Keeper Bella Cohen Humiliates Him, The
Stephen's Delerium Reaches a Climax. He Shatters a Lamp
Stephen Gets Involved in an Altercation With Two English Soldiers
Stephen Is Knocked to the Ground. Bloom Rescues Him and Takes Him Home
Bloom's House. 2 A.M. Bloom and Stephen Have Cocoa Together
They Take Leave of One Another
Bloom Re-Enters the House and Makes His Way to Bed
Bloom Muses on Molly's Afternoon Assignation With Boylan at 7 ...
Bloom Recalls Some of the Day's Events for Molly. He Drifts Off to ...
Molly Bloom. Head to Toe in the Matrimonial Bed, In the Quiet of ...
Bishops, Popes and Father Courage
Male and Female Attitudes Compared
Train and an Old Sweet Song, A
Monthly Discomfort. On to the Chamber Pot, A
Women Should Rule the World. Memories of Gibraltar
Flowers, Seedcake and Sleep at Last
Liner Note Author: Roger Marsh.
Photographer: Brian Murphy.
Readers: Marcella Riordan; Jim Norton.
Unknown Contributor Role: Jim Norton.
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