It has been neglected, perhaps, because of its unpropitious title, but more likely because con- temporaries could not take its scandalous, anarchic contents, its sharpness and unashamedness of wit, and what must have seemed its decadence. There is no other book in English like it. The first was published three years after Tess of the D'Urbervilles in , and with the same theme: a seduced girl. The Brook Kerith was published during the First World War in and considers what would have happened to Jesus if he had survived his nailing to the cross and taken himself into obscurity. Moore was the son of a wealthy Irish MP who died in , leaving him, at 18, very rich and completely at leisure.
I remember first finding one in middle school, around 20 years ago now, and thinking how innovative I thought it was. The idea was revolutionary to me. You start at the first page, just as you would any other book, but as you read on, the story would stop at some point, and give you a choice of options to choose from. For example, your character might be running away from some kind of threat and reaches two possible choices to proceed with: a door that leads to some unknown room or a side hallway where you could continue running. If you want your character to open the door and hide in the room, you would turn to page 14, but if you chose to continue running down the hallway, you would turn to page
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