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    Annotation author: Tim Finnegan
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    The cat
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    Never named
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    my
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    There are many deliberate ambivalences in this chapter. This 'my' could be Bloom thinking or even an intromission by Joyce. Later, 'she' might refer to either Molly or the cat. Molly is both Calypso and Penelope. Unlike Stephen who insists on 'only one sense of the word', Bloom is associated with many senses.
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    Note how marked colonicity informs this episode.
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    with relish
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    With zest, or the condiment?
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    O
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    Contrast Bloom's "O" with Molly's first syllable to come.