>As natural as any and every natural act of a nature expressed or understood executed in natured nature by natural creatures in accordance with 684his, her and their natured natures, of dissimilar similarity. As not as calamitous as a cataclysmic annihilation of the planet in consequence of a collision with a dark sun. As less reprehensible than theft, highway robbery, cruelty to children and animals, obtaining money under false pretences, forgery, embezzlement, misappropriation of public money, betrayal of public trust, malingering, mayhem, corruption of minors, criminal libel, blackmail, contempt of court, arson, treason, felony, mutiny on the high seas, trespass, burglary, jailbreaking, practice of unnatural vice, desertion from armed forces in the field, perjury, poaching, usury, intelligence with the king's enemies, impersonation, criminal assault, manslaughter, wilful and premeditated murder. As not more abnormal than all other parallel processes of adaptation to altered conditions of existence, resulting in a reciprocal equilibrium between the bodily organism and its attendant circumstances, foods, beverages, acquired habits, indulged inclinations, significant disease. As more than inevitable, irreparable.
>As more than inevitable, irreparable.
A part of me wants to bemoan that this line is true and anyone getting married should expect this. Another part of me wants to say Bloom had this coming after not drilling his wife for over ten fucking years after Rudy died. And I think I read correctly: Molly only has been cheating on Bloom for about nine months and a day, now.
It's a pretty straightforward line. As Molly and Bloom lay in bed and think about their day and all their complications, what is happening in the room around them? The next line describes the reflection of the lamp light on the ceiling.