By Ralph Josiah Bardsley
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This earnest, violent, but totally transfixing homosexual love tale is decided within the nineteenth-century American Midwest. Douglas Fortescue is a winning poet who flees England for the US following a scandal; Joshua Jenkins is a feral younger outlaw who used to be taught easy methods to shoot a guy at age six. the 2 males meet while Joshua robs Douglas’ carriage and takes him hostage; quickly, a striking key is published, and those very various males develop nearer, whilst Douglas’ brother attempts to “save” him from his uncivilized atmosphere.
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