He had spent several years as a gravedigger and gardener at a cemetery in Germany before returning to Puglia.
This volume includes the dodge-the-obvious profiles of the attending emergency room physician and gravedigger for the slain JFK.
The gravedigger lost his place; and Suky's lover, young Oakley, was pressed for a soldier.
They seem to have been discovered by a gravedigger about 150 years since.
A seventh gravedigger came beside Mr Bloom to take up an idle spade.
“Everybody in Craddock was a-talking about it, as was only to be expected,” said the gravedigger.
Well, the gravedigger was getting it worse than you, and I guess he had a right to be there, hadn't he?
He was particularly admir'd too for the gravedigger in Hamlet.
It was Lestiboudois, the gravedigger, who was carrying the church chairs about amongst the people.
The gravedigger, alarmed at what Samuel asked him, at first refused his request.