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    Annotation author: indigoecho
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    Hello. Kinch here. Put me on to Edenville. Aleph, alpha: nought, nought, one.
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    Here Stephen is comparing the umbilical cord to telephone lines. He imitates a phone call to Adam and Eve in the biblical Eden, demonstrating both the interconnected nature of human existence (paralleling how all humans are derived from Adam and Eve with the contemporary connections made through the telephone) and the extent of Stephen's creative imagination.
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    Annotation author: Tim Finnegan
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    Am I going to Aunt Sara's or not?
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    A mysterious clue correlated somehow to a sighting near the start of episode six
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    Annotation author: Tim Finnegan
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    the liberties
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    A slum south of the Liffey, associated for both Stephen and Bloom with prostitution
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    Annotation author: Tim Finnegan
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    the steps from Leahy's terrace
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    We know exactly where these were, one of the very few fixed landmarks in the episode.
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    Annotation author: bbogle
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    hushed in ruddy wool
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    Molly knit a woolen jacket or sweater in which Rudy was buried.