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    iambs marching
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    Martial poetic feet: feet marching. See also Joyce's essay on James Clarence Mangan; search on the page for the word iambs. http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~ehrlich/382/MANGAN1
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    Annotation author: KC
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    nacheinander.
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    German for "in succession"
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    nacheinander
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    Nacheinander is associated with the sequentiality of time, while nebeneiander is associated with parallel paths through space; furthermore, Stephen associates time with hearing, because we hear one sound after another, and space with seeing, because we see in many directions at once. Working out these associations is one of the keys to unlocking Proteus. See also A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, p 212.
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    Limit of the diaphane in. Why in? Diaphane, adiaphane.
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    Here Stephen is contemplating Aristotle's theory of light and colour, which is found in two of Aristotle's works: On the Soul and Sense and Sensibilia.