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    Annotation author: Amanda Visconti
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    That phrase
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    ''Another victory like that and we are done for''; Stephen imagines the sentence being spoken.
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    Annotation author: bbogle
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    — You, Cochrane, what city sent for him?
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    It seems history, we've already seen, is to blame; here, Stephen is obliged to teach history, toward which he holds a certain aversion, as will soon be established. A widespread re-evaluation of history and its significance concerned many modernist artists, including James Joyce. History therefore becomes an important motif in Ulysses.
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    Annotation author: ryanshaw
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    Blake's wings of excess
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    An allusion to two of the Devil's proverbs from Blake's "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell": http://goo.gl/CTwW0Z