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The immense room was divided into the three major categories, in order of Bannedness. I walked past Obscenity. I walked past Godlessness. I headed straight for English Literature, picked up Beowulf, and began to read. —Julian Gough/Jude in London

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How lonely a feeling, to lose so good a friend so thoroughly that he never was at all. The closing of a book is a massacre —Julian Gough/Jude in London

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“Well, this is a most pretty pickle I find myself in, I must say!” I said. Shocked, I said: “I say! Must I say, ‘I must say’?” —Julian Gough/Julian in London

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Just a Thought

The justice of the coming beating was indisputable, yet I felt a reluctance to cooperate. It would interfere with my reading of my book. Art made its call to me, and Life made its call to me, and I must … Continue reading

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