By James Joyce
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Boys: Jungen. broke: pleite, brach, bankrott, mit leerer Tasche, blank, abgebrannt. contorted: verdrehtest, verdrehtet, verdreht, verdrehte, verdrehten, verzogen, verschroben, verzerrt. exempted: ausgestellt. glasses: Brille, die Brille, Augengläser. jumped: gesprungen, sprang. noise: Lärm, Geräusch, Rauschen, Krach, Umtrieb, Braus, Betrieb, Aufsehen, Aufruhr, Tumult, Andrang. pain: Schmerz, Pein, Schmerzen, Qual, Kummer, Leid, Weh, Mühe. poked: geschürt, stieß. quick: schnell, rasch, hurtig, geschwind, flüchtig, prompt, flott, kurz, wach.
I am no protestant, I tell you again, said Mr Casey, flushing. Mr Dedalus, still crooning and swaying his head, began to sing in a grunting nasal tone: O, come all you Roman catholics That never went to mass. He took up his knife and fork again in good humour and set to eating, saying to Mr Casey: --Let us have the story, John. It will help us to digest. Stephen looked with affection at Mr Casey's face which stared across the table over his joined hands. He liked to sit near him at the fire, looking up at his German affection: Zuneigung, Neigung, Affekt, Bewegung, Erkrankung, Gemütsbewegung, Krankheit, Liebe, Wohlwollen, Rührung.
Stephen closed his eyes and held out in the air his trembling hand with the palm upwards. He felt the prefect of studies touch it for a moment at the fingers to straighten it and then the swish of the sleeve of the soutane as the pandybat was lifted to strike. A hot burning stinging tingling blow like the loud crack of a broken stick made his trembling hand crumple together like a leaf in the fire: and at the sound and the pain scalding tears were driven into his eyes. His whole body was shaking with fright, his arm was shaking and his crumpled burning livid hand shook like a loose leaf in the air.