The Tarnished Mirror of the World
|strangeumbrella||Oct. 29th, 2007 12:28 am Fic: It's Grim Up North|
I joined this community ages ago and never posted, presumably because I suck. It seems to have been a bit quiet round here lately, but I hope people are still out there. Hello! I bring Prior fic, if it helps; although it's a crossover with Life On Mars, it is set in the Regeneration universe, and so I hope it still makes some sense without much knowledge of the former. Fake cut to my journal.Leave a comment
Title: It's Grim Up North
Fandom: Life On Mars/Regeneration
Summary: Sam is out of his time; Prior might as well be.
Word Count: ~1900
Disclaimer: Nothing is mine.
( Sam notices the cold, mostly. )
|washu_bellana||May. 17th, 2007 11:08 am greetings! Room for one more?|
Im new here (as you have probably guessed!) and I have been extremely interested in WW1 poetry/prose since completeing a module on it for my A levels about 2 years ago. My favourite poet is Wilfred Owen (closely followed by Siegfried Sassoon, Charles Sorley and Isaac Rosenberg) though I love them all. But especially Owen. He is the best and as many people who know me know, I would always make time for him and his poetry.
I would love to get to know you all and discuss the poetry and the pity.
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|snow_queen_love||Jun. 9th, 2006 07:54 pm|
"[Major Lode] had once told Prior in, of all places, the Cafe Royal, 'This country is being brought to its knees. Not by Germany ' - here he'd thumped the table so hard that the plates and cutlery had leapt into the air - ' NOT BY GERMANY, but by an unholy alliance of socialists, sodomites and shop stewards.' Prior had felt scarcely able to comment, never having been a shop steward."Leave a comment
I love the Regeneration trilogy.
|thegreatesthits||Dec. 4th, 2005 02:18 am|
It's late enough for me to misread 'Join the R.A.F Gunners' as 'Join the R.A.F Giraffes'. I think that rather speaks for itself.
So yes - sorry in advance for gross grammatical errors/typos/general whatnot. I am rather sleepy.
Soft R, I suppose.
Regeneration & Journey's End crossover, though more focused on the former...
Billy Prior/Denis Stanhope, with another implied...
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|lah_de_dah||Oct. 15th, 2005 10:37 am|
Hello chaps, I'm new... :D
To demonstrate my love for Prior and
the fact that I really really need a cookie Regeneration in general, I've come offering a few colourbars. None of which are very good.
But, you know, might be quite funky if you wanted to link them back to tarnishedmirror.
Both of Prior, I'm afraid - obsessed prat I am!
...I've just realised I didn't save the original - that is, without the Union Jack or the poppy fields. Ah well. I'll do it again. *FACEPALM*
Comment/credit somewhere, if you do plan on taking one... ♥
*Slinks back off to her hole in the ground*
Oh, incidentally... I've kept all the little pictures, if anyone wants 'em for icons or whatever.
Right. That's IT from me.
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|light_maiden||Sep. 15th, 2005 10:58 pm Song Books of the War|
okay, part two of "Song Books of the War"4 comments - Leave a comment
similar disclaimer, only now both P/C & S/O
also includes refernces to Eliot's The Wasteland and lines stolen from Owen's Apologia Pro Poemate Meo
previous part found here: http://www.livejournal.com/community/albion_fic/518129.html
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|light_maiden||Sep. 15th, 2005 09:52 pm Song Books of the War|
It has just occured to me that, because of what it will evolve into, I'd better post this in here. I know part I appear irrelevant, but trust me, it improves...2 comments - Leave a comment
not mine...several poems belonging t Sassoon, all charcters included belonging to themselves
P/C with forrays into S/O!!!
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wait for part two before poking me, ok??
Or, better, part three
|light_maiden||Jul. 14th, 2005 07:22 pm No More Words|
scrawled out gift for Rachel today2 comments - Leave a comment
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well, that was fun :D
|light_maiden||Jun. 22nd, 2005 08:58 am|
Well, I keep leaving parts of people scattered across Guns of Brixton, so thought I'd better chuck the links in here...Leave a comment
It has, I'm sad to say, no WW1 characters, but a certain amount of fascinated quoting of them from Peter
is my excuse for the shameless quoting
*runs off to find Prior*
|snow_queen_love||Jun. 21st, 2005 04:27 pm A Home at the End of the World|
A Home at the End of the World - Michael Cunningham. This book has nothing to do with the First World War at all. That doesn't stop it being beautifully told and a gorgeous love story though. It's melancholy and really hurts at times, but it's wonderful. It's the story of three people 'living life without a blueprint.' They're outsiders, they don't 'fit' into conventional roles society has. It spans a number of years, following first of all Bobby and Jonathan and then also Clare. Their lives are intertwined and there's love.
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I love this novel. It reminds me a lot of Douglas Coupland's 'Generation X' with the three characters not really feeling part of society and having a removed sort of life together. The scenes between Bobby and Jonathon are perfect at times, painful at others. Their friendship and love is incredibly believable. It's definitely worth reading.
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