Maurice is not a subpar work, which is a sentiment that keeps cropping up across the internet whenever I do research on this novel.
It is a lesser known novel, a posthumous one (published in 1971)… but inferior? 1,133 more words
Paulette Livers is the author of Cementville, a 2014 novel about the impact of the Vietnam War on a rural Kentucky community when seven local boys are killed in one battle and a POW returns home to rebuild his life. 1,335 more words
Do you remember the frame story of One Thousand and One (Arabian) Nights? It goes like this: A king is bitter because his wife was unfaithful, so he starts marrying virgins and having them executed the very next day (before they have a chance to cheat on him.) Just as the kingdom is running dangerously low on virgins, a clever girl named Scheherazade offers herself up as the next bride. 568 more words
It’s a Hesperus! It’s E.M. Forster! It’s in lovely condition and only £1.50! Those were the thoughts that ran through my head when I picked this up in the Samaritans Book Cave, and as I seem to be stuck in “flinging myself into a book” mode, I did so with this! 472 more words
By Paul Gessell
There are two novels with the name Arctic Summer. Buy only one of them.
The oldest one was written by the late British author E.M. 781 more words