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  1. Public Bookmark 13

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    It wasn't like he doubted Alec's feelings, not truly. Sometimes, though – like now, when the whole world was already in turmoil and devotion of any kind too risky a gamble – he wasn't certain that he could be certain of anything.

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    5 Oct 2014

  2. Public Bookmark 24

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    The Russet Room, Pendersleigh Park, Wiltshire, night of 13–14 August 1913.

    'It seems rather strange.' Words that had seemed to refer to Scudder’s plan to emigrate to the Argentine suddenly took on a new meaning, like a secret code that Maurice had failed to crack until now. Yes, it was strange – and uncanny: this inadmissable, overpowering attraction between them; Scudder suddenly in Maurice’s bed; the strange alchemy of their bodies together.

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    5 Oct 2014

  3. Public Bookmark 11

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    **Chapter 2 now posted.**

     

     

    ‘Stop with me ... Sleep the night with me. I know a place’ (Maurice, Chapter 43).

    An ongoing work in progress exploring Maurice and Alec’s complex, turbulent night together at a London hotel following their crisis at the British Museum, 25–26 August 1913, Bloomsbury, London WC1. Chapters 1 and 2 can be read as standalones.

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    5 Oct 2014

  4. Public Bookmark 11

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    **Chapter 2 now posted.**

     

     

    ‘Stop with me ... Sleep the night with me. I know a place’ (Maurice, Chapter 43).

    An ongoing work in progress exploring Maurice and Alec’s complex, turbulent night together at a London hotel following their crisis at the British Museum, 25–26 August 1913, Bloomsbury, London WC1. Chapters 1 and 2 can be read as standalones.

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    26 Sep 2014

  5. Public Bookmark 5

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    Maurice has come to Alec at the boathouse, then visited Clive to tell him about Alec and to achieve closure on their own relationship. Afterwards, he returns to Alec.

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    24 Sep 2014

  6. Public Bookmark 6

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    Alec and Maurice on Christmas Day several years on. Book is canon, as ever, although there is a certain nod to the film, can you spot it? (Thanks to sweet_fallacy for the idea)

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    24 Sep 2014

  7. Rec 5

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    According to Forster's notes on 'Maurice', epilogues are for Tolstoy. But Forster did write an epilogue for 'Maurice', although he later scrapped it. This is another attempt to imagine a future for the novel's three central figures.

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    24 Sep 2014

  8. Rec 11

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    After WWI, Clive and Anne travel to Florence. It is the perfect setting for new and old romances to be understood.

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    24 Sep 2014

  9. Rec 15

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    23 Sep 2014

  10. Rec 4

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    What?” Alec stared at him, and the hand he had still on Maurice’s arm tightened painfully. “Tell Mr Durham, are you mad?”

    A conversation in the boathouse before Maurice’s last confrontation with Clive.

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    23 Sep 2014

  11. Rec 3

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    Just a snippet of an unexpected enounter.

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    23 Sep 2014

  12. Public Bookmark 1

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    In which John met one of Lestrade’s friends, and Sherlock wouldn’t stop making snide remarks.

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    15 Sep 2014

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Wonderful paternal!Lestrade story with Sherlock being jealous over divided attention ^_^

  13. Public Bookmark 13

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    It wasn't like he doubted Alec's feelings, not truly. Sometimes, though – like now, when the whole world was already in turmoil and devotion of any kind too risky a gamble – he wasn't certain that he could be certain of anything.

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    30 Aug 2014

  14. Public Bookmark 24

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    The Russet Room, Pendersleigh Park, Wiltshire, night of 13–14 August 1913.

    'It seems rather strange.' Words that had seemed to refer to Scudder’s plan to emigrate to the Argentine suddenly took on a new meaning, like a secret code that Maurice had failed to crack until now. Yes, it was strange – and uncanny: this inadmissable, overpowering attraction between them; Scudder suddenly in Maurice’s bed; the strange alchemy of their bodies together.

    Language:
    English
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    4,117
    Chapters:
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    Comments:
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    30 Aug 2014

  15. Public Bookmark 24

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    The Russet Room, Pendersleigh Park, Wiltshire, night of 13–14 August 1913.

    'It seems rather strange.' Words that had seemed to refer to Scudder’s plan to emigrate to the Argentine suddenly took on a new meaning, like a secret code that Maurice had failed to crack until now. Yes, it was strange – and uncanny: this inadmissable, overpowering attraction between them; Scudder suddenly in Maurice’s bed; the strange alchemy of their bodies together.

    Language:
    English
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    Chapters:
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    Comments:
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    30 Aug 2014

  16. Rec 11

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    **Chapter 2 now posted.**

     

     

    ‘Stop with me ... Sleep the night with me. I know a place’ (Maurice, Chapter 43).

    An ongoing work in progress exploring Maurice and Alec’s complex, turbulent night together at a London hotel following their crisis at the British Museum, 25–26 August 1913, Bloomsbury, London WC1. Chapters 1 and 2 can be read as standalones.

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    30 Aug 2014

  17. Public Bookmark 13

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    It wasn't like he doubted Alec's feelings, not truly. Sometimes, though – like now, when the whole world was already in turmoil and devotion of any kind too risky a gamble – he wasn't certain that he could be certain of anything.

    Language:
    English
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    18 Aug 2014

  18. Public Bookmark 11

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    After WWI, Clive and Anne travel to Florence. It is the perfect setting for new and old romances to be understood.

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    14 Aug 2014

  19. Public Bookmark 2

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    An epistle written by Robert Frobisher to Rufus Sixmith and Maurice Hall.

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    12 Jul 2014

  20. Public Bookmark 2

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    An epistle written by Robert Frobisher to Rufus Sixmith and Maurice Hall.

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    12 Jul 2014

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