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    Mr Stanhope
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    Why does Joyce have Molly think of Mr Stanhope? Because the reader has learned that "fathers friend Mrs Stanhope sent [Molly that lovely frock] from the B Marche paris." Plainly, Major Tweedy had been doing to the Mrs what Boylan willl have done to Molly come this day in her marriage: before she accepted Bloom’s marriage proposal she thought of the cuckold, Mr Stanhope.
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    yes
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    Why “yes” so many times? The series may be interpreted as Molly “is coming,” she is masturbating at the end of her monologue, Penelope, and thus, she fulfills the phrophecy made by Malachi Mulligan in Scylla & Charybdis: the novel has become “a national immorality in three orgasms.” Part I of Ulysses ends with Stephen about to masturbate at the conclusion of his monologue, Proteus: he will come (future) just off scene. Part II shows Bloom has masturbated (past), he has come, by when the reader recognizes him in Nausicaa after which Bloom continues with his monologue. Part III concludes with Molly masturbating (present) before the reader, she is coming. See Fionnula Flanagan, 1985 Joyce's Women (9:33, nudity, masturbation mature video) at: http://tu.tv/videos/molly-bloom-s-soliloquy-ulysses-fionn
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    of Mulvey
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    In Calyspo anent a novel Molly asked, "Is she in love with the first fellow all the time?" In Nausicaa, Bloom thought, "Remember that till their dying day. Molly, lieutenant Mulvey that kissed her under the Moorish wall beside the gardens. Fifteen she told me." So "I was thinking of so many things he didnt know of Mulvey" gives the reader an answer: Molly IS in love with Mulvey "all the time" in this novel.