polyphallic

pol·y·phal·lic

(pol'ē-fal'ik),
Pertaining to the fantasy of possessing multiple penises.
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Homer's Circe was a goddess (or sorceress) with the power to transform men into animals with the use of her polyphallic wand, herbs, and drugs.
Both are described in different parts of the novel as seducing (to rejoin the church or to step into the water), threatening with polyphallic weapons ("outstretched fingers" or snakelike "writhing weeds"), and often linked with the image of Ireland itself.
Stephen's mother's weapon is as polyphallic as the teeth it substitutes: outstretched fingers and crab's claws.