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    "Grantaire," he says slowly. "What do you have in that box?"

    Grantaire looks up at Enjolras, his eyes very blue even with the glaze of drunkenness at the edges. "A favor," he says.

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    1 Apr 2013

  2. Public Bookmark 24

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    Standing in the center of this crowd, Enjolras looks glorious, too beautiful for this earth, and for a brief, shining moment Combeferre feels as though he’s just ripped his own heart out to put in his best friend’s hands. From the enraptured stares on the other protestors’ faces, he can tell he’s not the only one. Enjolras is single-minded and fierce, proud and unbroken. It’s an honor to hear him speaking like this; he seems to be on fire, as if he’s glowing under his skin, and for the first time Combeferre understands why Grantaire calls him Apollo.

    He’s a god, an avenging angel, and every last person here, even the cops, wants him to keep screaming for justice and to never stop.

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    10 Feb 2013

  3. Public Bookmark 33

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    An essay (not a fic--sorry) with writerly and readerly reflections on the challenges involved in slashing/pairing Enjolras while keeping him in character and some possible solutions, with references to specific Ao3 fics.

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    3 Feb 2013

  4. Public Bookmark 24

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    Bertie Wooster visits Downton Abbey, sans Jeeves, and a rummy sitch ensues. Or, Thomas is caught in a compromising position with a male guest, and is promptly thrown out on his ear. Fortunately, the guest is too much of a preux chevalier to leave him to deal with the problem on his own....

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    21 Nov 2012

  5. Public Bookmark 5

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    For katma. Bertie Wooster has written six Jeeves novels, is editing the seventh, and trying dashed hard to start the eighth. Maybe it's time, he thinks, to stop writing Jeeves novels.

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    11 Aug 2012