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1  Stephen tried to laugh with them.
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2  Stephen had answered: Stephen Dedalus.
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3  Here, Stephen, show me your plate, old chap.
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4  God was God's name just as his name was Stephen.
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5  He looked at Stephen over the bedclothes as he spoke.
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6  Stephen tried his best, but the sum was too hard and he felt confused.
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7  He winked at Stephen and, replacing the dish-cover, began to eat again.
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8  He poured sauce freely over Stephen's plate and set the boat again on the table.
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9  Stephen, seeing and hearing the hotel keeper through his father's face and voice, laughed.
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10  Stephen looked at the plump turkey which had lain, trussed and skewered, on the kitchen table.
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11  Stephen looked with affection at Mr Casey's face which stared across the table over his joined hands.
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12  And Stephen smiled too for he knew now that it was not true that Mr Casey had a purse of silver in his throat.
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13  Stephen felt his own face red too, thinking of all the bets about who would get first place in elements, Jack Lawton or he.
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14  He heaped up the food on Stephen's plate and served uncle Charles and Mr Casey to large pieces of turkey and splashes of sauce.
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15  He was a fellow out of the third of grammar and, while Stephen was undressing, he asked Brother Michael to bring him a round of buttered toast.
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16  All were waiting: uncle Charles, who sat far away in the shadow of the window, Dante and Mr Casey, who sat in the easy-chairs at either side of the hearth, Stephen, seated on a chair between them, his feet resting on the toasted boss.
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17  He told Stephen that his name was Athy and that his father kept a lot of racehorses that were spiffing jumpers and that his father would give a good tip to Brother Michael any time he wanted it because Brother Michael was very decent and always told him the news out of the paper they got every day up in the castle.
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