James Joyce's Dublin, Edward
Quinn: With Selected Writings from Joyce's Works, Page 114
"So and so, toe by toe, to and fro they go round, for they are
the ingelles, scatting nods as girls who may, for they are an angel’s garland.
stockings, libertyed garters, shoddyshoes, quicked out with selver. Pennyfair
caps on pinnyfore frocks and a ring on her fomefing finger. And they leap so
looply, looply, as they link to light. And they look so lovely, loovelit,
noosed in a nuptious night. Withasly glints in. andecoy glants out. They ramp
it a little, a lessle, a lissle. Then rompride round in rout.