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This is the book that inspired Billy Wilder’s Oscar-winning 1945 movie about writers’ block and alcoholism. But what makes Jackson’s original novel’s lead character, a novelist called Don Birnham, a blocked alcoholic? He’s a closet case. Wilder and his co-writer, Charles Brackett, eschewed that small problem and left the root cause of Birnham’s dipsomania unmentioned.
Written at the peak of Forster’s powers as a novelist (he started it in 1913), Maurice wasn’t published until Forster had died in 1970. Forster was quite plainly worried of what it would do to his reputation. He was correct to be concerned. The piggish Cynthia Ozick claimed that she’d loved Forster’s novels until she learned he was gay, at which pointed she decided that she saw through them all.
Alan Hollinghurst won the Man Booker prize for The Line of Beauty, just one of several Hollinghurst books that many straight readers would take seriously as genuine literature. That’s not only because it is good literature; it’s because Hollinghurst is British, went to Oxford (unimpeachable pedigree), edited The Times Literary Supplement, and has a most distinguished-looking goatee. All jokes aside, this is some serious lit.