Dear, though the night is gone, Its dream still haunts today
|Title:||Dear, though the night is gone, Its dream still haunts today|
|Date(s):||29 January 2011|
|External Links:||archived on LJ|
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"Dear, though the night is gone, Its dream still haunts today" is a short story by jrtomlin based on Mary Renault's 1953 novel The Charioteer. It is the sequel to "Human Beings As They Are", which should be read first.
Comments on the story include the following:
- "This makes me ache for poor Laurie. [...]"—comment by addie71
- "I was so moved by this story. It made me feel for Laurie in the same way I did while reading the book. Great job! It does seem right that he should do this on he's own and in he's on way. Thanx for this."—comment by dramadream10
- "[...] I think you have some lovely imagery in this piece."—comment by fawatson