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    Upon the Moors, Beneath the Stars by cinzia

    Fandoms: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell - Susanna Clarke

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    29 May 2021

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    On Names and Kings and Other Fairy Things.

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    The sea is glimmering, a pale haze rising above the waves, and it feels as if a fine veil of precious moire silk is thrown over the whole world. And in this world, Doghead is all alone, trapped aboard his ship, trapped inside his head, vicious, wicked thoughts dancing in his head, a furious fugue of rage and regret. And through it all, an old song haunts him, as alien and intrusive as the savage guilt that has engulfed him.

    In the sea there stands a tower,
    in the tower there's a window,
    in the window there's a girl
    who loves the seamen.

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    As the revival of English magic continues, the Reader struggles to make sense of John Uskglass's new book.

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    15 Nov 2019

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    He turns the page. And maybe this is it. Maybe writing a letter to young Tom Hartnell is reason enough to leave the berth.

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    11 Nov 2019

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    You can take the sailor out of the Arctic, but you can't take the Arctic out of the sailor.

    (sorry)

    "It shouldn’t be easy to forget he’s alive, -and yet"

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