Light of love

In his Shakespeare talk, which is studded with countless phrases from the bard's works, Stephen uses a term for a sexually unfaithful woman from Much Ado about Nothing: "light-of-love." He uses the phrase again in Circe, where it also shows up in Bloom's mouth.

JH 2018

Hess Burgler as Hero, Lara Mielcarek as Beatrice, Juliana Blischak as Margaret, and Katie Zarecki as Ursula in a 2015 Ohio Shakespeare Festival production of Much Ado About Nothing. Source: www.morningjournal.com.

William Chappell's 1859 transcription of a page from William Ballet's Lute Book (late 16th or early 17th c., held in the library of Trinity College, Dublin) showing the lute part  for "Light of Love." Source: www.harmoniousmusic.com.