bilal Posted October 16, 2013 Report Share Posted October 16, 2013 Marlowe’s book describes the erotic awakening of a precocious 13-year-old aristocrat called Alexander Aylmer. The year is 1983, and in his second month as a member of (the fictional) Peyntors House – ‘a very old-fashioned house, the most old-fashioned in the school’ – Aylmer has just enjoyed his first orgasm: He soon discovers new friends, interesting teachers and the hopes and frustrations that arrive with puberty. Timid Julian Smith, three years older, nurses two secrets he is terrified the other boys might discover: his humble background and his being hopelessly in love with Alexander. Quote Link to comment
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