Signs; Letters, I, 213 (March 24, 1924):
In making notes I used signs for the chief characters...
(Earwicker, H C E by moving letter E round)
∆ Anna Livia
Shaun JJ note: "I know that ought to be about roads, all about dawn and roads..."
This stands for the title but I do not wish to say it yet until the book has written more of itself.
In A First-Draft Version of FW, Mr Hayman says that in certain MSS Signs are attached to the twelve questions that make up FW I, VI. They are:
1) (rotated E)
8) [an egg?]
9) [an × inside of O]
10) (Issy's sign is the same shape, but differently positioned)
12) (None - but , or may be presumed)