History Literature / DiogenesClub

4th Jul '17 5:10:54 PM PaulA
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According to [[https://twitter.com/AnnoDracula/status/881129078274883584]Newman's comments on Twitter]], the Diogenes universe also (loosely) encompasses other entries in his oeuvre including ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles''.

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According to [[https://twitter.com/AnnoDracula/status/881129078274883584]Newman's com/AnnoDracula/status/881129078274883584 Newman's comments on Twitter]], the Diogenes universe also (loosely) encompasses other entries in his oeuvre including ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles''.
4th Jul '17 11:30:04 AM DoctorFolly
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According to [url=https://twitter.com/AnnoDracula/status/881129078274883584]Newman's comments on Twitter[/url], the Diogenes universe also (loosely) encompasses other entries in his oeuvre including ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles''.

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According to [url=https://twitter.[[https://twitter.com/AnnoDracula/status/881129078274883584]Newman's comments on Twitter[/url], Twitter]], the Diogenes universe also (loosely) encompasses other entries in his oeuvre including ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles''.
4th Jul '17 11:29:34 AM DoctorFolly
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Some of Newman's other works -- such as ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles'' -- are implied but not confirmed to take place within the same continuity.

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Some of Newman's According to [url=https://twitter.com/AnnoDracula/status/881129078274883584]Newman's comments on Twitter[/url], the Diogenes universe also (loosely) encompasses other works -- such as entries in his oeuvre including ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles'' -- are implied but not confirmed to take place within the same continuity.
''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles''.
12th May '17 5:44:39 PM PaulA
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Some of Newman's other works - such as ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDUrbervilles'' are implied but not confirmed to take place within the same continuity.

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Some of Newman's other works - -- such as ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDUrbervilles'' ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDurbervilles'' -- are implied but not confirmed to take place within the same continuity.
12th May '17 5:44:19 PM PaulA
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Some of Newman's other works - such as ''AngelsOfMusic'' and ''TheHoundOfTheDUrbervilles'' are implied but not confirmed to take place within the same continuity.

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Some of Newman's other works - such as ''AngelsOfMusic'' ''Literature/AngelsOfMusic'' and ''TheHoundOfTheDUrbervilles'' ''Literature/TheHoundOfTheDUrbervilles'' are implied but not confirmed to take place within the same continuity.
12th May '17 3:41:08 PM DoctorFolly
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* BroadStrokes: Newman's typical attitude to continuity. For instance, "Seven Stars" was apparently written with the continuity of "The Original Dr Shade" in mind, in which Shade is a pulp fiction character owned by Leech. Later Diogenes stories have him as a real person. So by the end of "Seven Stars", Genevieve has apparently forgotten meeting his sister (in "Sorcerer, Conjurer, Wizard, Witch") and son (in "Cold Snap") and thinks of him as entirely fictional.

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* BroadStrokes: Newman's typical attitude to continuity. For instance, "Seven Stars" was apparently written with the continuity of "The Original Dr Shade" in mind, in which Shade is a pulp fiction character owned by Leech. Later Diogenes stories have him as a real person. So by the end of "Seven Stars", Genevieve has apparently forgotten meeting his sister (in "Sorcerer, Conjurer, Wizard, Witch") and son (in "Cold Snap") and thinks of him as entirely fictional. Newman himself has indicated that he considers the "future" segments of "Seven Stars" to be ''possible'' futures rather than the settled end point of the Diogenes Club universe.
12th May '17 3:24:52 PM DoctorFolly
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Some of Newman's other works - such as ''AngelsOfMusic'' and ''TheHoundOfTheDUrbervilles'' are implied but not confirmed to take place within the same continuity.
21st Apr '17 8:48:25 AM PaulA
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* CelebrityParadox: In Chapter 3 of "Seven Stars", Philip Marlowe briefly bumps into Humphrey Bogart, the actor who'll go on to play him. And back in Chapter 2 the Diogenes Club is present at the filming of 1922's Sherlock Holmes movie.

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* CelebrityParadox: In Chapter 3 of "Seven Stars", Philip Marlowe briefly bumps into Humphrey Bogart, the actor who'll go on to play him. And back in Chapter 2 the Diogenes Club is present at the filming of 1922's Sherlock Holmes movie.



* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Crowley and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as paranormal investigators! John Barrymore! Errol Flynn, Peter Lorre and Bogie! Lon Chaney Jr. and Charlie Manson!

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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: HistoricalDomainCharacter:
** Aleister
Crowley and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as paranormal investigators! investigators in "Angel Down, Sussex".
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John Barrymore! Barrymore, Errol Flynn, Peter Lorre and Bogie! Bogie in "Seven Stars".
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Lon Chaney Jr. and Charlie Manson! Manson in "Another Fish Story".
12th Apr '17 12:32:03 AM MadAnthony94
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* CelebrityParadox: In Chapter 3 of "Seven Stars", Philip Marlowe briefly bumps into Humphrey Bogart, the actor who'll go on to play him. And back in Chapter 2 the Diogenes Club is present at the filming of 1922's Sherlock Holmes movie.


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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Crowley and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as paranormal investigators! John Barrymore! Errol Flynn, Peter Lorre and Bogie! Lon Chaney Jr. and Charlie Manson!
30th Mar '17 2:01:35 AM PaulA
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** Charles Beauregard ("Charlie" if you're feeling informal) at some point finds himself in the company of [[CharliesAngels three attractive young women]].

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** Charles Beauregard ("Charlie" if you're feeling informal) at some point finds himself in the company of [[CharliesAngels [[Series/CharliesAngels three attractive young women]].
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