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The subject of sex between older and younger boys at Eton has been briefly alluded to in previous fiction, notably in ''The Fourth of June'' by David Benedictus (1962) <ref>Benedictus, David (1977). The Fourth of June. London: Anthony Blond. London: Sphere. ISBN 978-0-7221-1,</ref>.  
 
The subject of sex between older and younger boys at Eton has been briefly alluded to in previous fiction, notably in ''The Fourth of June'' by David Benedictus (1962) <ref>Benedictus, David (1977). The Fourth of June. London: Anthony Blond. London: Sphere. ISBN 978-0-7221-1,</ref>.  
 
but this is the only novel to have made boylove there its main theme.
 
but this is the only novel to have made boylove there its main theme.
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==References==

Revision as of 05:34, 13 February 2013

Alexander's Choice is a novel set at Eton College in 1983-4 by Edmund Marlowe, an old boy of the school, as his début work. It tells of the love affair of Alexander Aylmer, a new boy at the school aged 13-14 and Damian Cavendish, a new, young English master.

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The subject of sex between older and younger boys at Eton has been briefly alluded to in previous fiction, notably in The Fourth of June by David Benedictus (1962) [1]. but this is the only novel to have made boylove there its main theme.

Plot introduction

Major themes

Main characters

References

1^ Benedictus, David (1977). The Fourth of June. London: Anthony Blond. London: Sphere. ISBN 978-0-7221-1588-6

External links

  • Benedictus, David (1977). The Fourth of June. London: Anthony Blond. London: Sphere. ISBN 978-0-7221-1,