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By James Joyce

ISBN-10: 0497257904

ISBN-13: 9780497257903

This version is written in English. in spite of the fact that, there's a working German glossary on the backside of every web page for the more challenging English phrases highlighted within the textual content. there are numerous variants of A Portrait of the Artist as a tender guy. This variation woul

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Ask him, he said. The fellows looked there and then said: German bats: Schlagkeulen, Schlaghölzer. bowling: Bowling. brimming: übersprudelnd. burned: gebrannt, brannte, verbrannt. charcoal: Holzkohle, Kohle, Holzbrikett. cinder: Asche, Schlacke. cinders: Asche, Schlacke. coals: Kohlen, Steinkohle, Koks, Kohle. drops: tropfen, tropft. eagerly: eifrig. farther: weiter, ferner. fountain: Brunnen, Fontäne, Springbrunnen, Quelle, Born. goalposts: Torpfosten. grit: Kies, Grus, Schutt. hissed: gezischt.

Charcoal: Holzkohle, Kohle, Holzbrikett. cinder: Asche, Schlacke. cinders: Asche, Schlacke. coals: Kohlen, Steinkohle, Koks, Kohle. drops: tropfen, tropft. eagerly: eifrig. farther: weiter, ferner. fountain: Brunnen, Fontäne, Springbrunnen, Quelle, Born. goalposts: Torpfosten. grit: Kies, Grus, Schutt. hissed: gezischt. incense: Weihrauch, Duft. kicking: Tretend, Stoßend, Getrete, Gestosse. lighting: Beleuchtung, Belichtung, Ausleuchtung. lightly: leicht. pock: Pocke, Blatter. prof: der Professor.

That must have been a terrible sin, to go in there quietly at night, to open the dark press and steal the flashing gold thing into which God was put on the altar in the middle of flowers and candles at benediction while the incense went up in clouds at both sides as the fellow swung the censer and Dominic Kelly sang the first part by himself in the choir. But God was not in it of course when they stole it. But still it was a strange and a great sin even to touch it. He thought of it with deep awe; a terrible and strange sin: it thrilled him to think of it in the silence when the pens scraped lightly.

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