'Maurice' can also refer to...

Adrian Maurice Daintrey (1902—1988) artist and art critic

Arthur Maurice Hocart (1883—1939) anthropologist and archaeologist

Brigadier Cyril Maurice Lloyd Elliott (1899—1983)

Charles Maurice Davies (1828—1910) author

(Charles) Maurice Detmold (1883—1908) painter and printmaker

Count of Nassau Maurice (1567—1625)

Dale Maurice Riepe (1918)

Desmond, Maurice fitz Thomas, 1st earl of (d. 1356)

Donald Maurice

Dudley Maurice Newitt (1894—1980) chemical engineer

Étienne-Maurice Falconet (1716—1791)

Flannagan (Flanigan), Maurice

Frederick Denison Maurice (1805—1872) Church of England clergyman and theologian

Furnley Maurice (1881—1942)

Geoffrey Ernest Maurice de Ste Croix (1910—2000) ancient historian

Geoffrey Maurice Watkins (1896—1981) bookseller and publisher

Gerald fitz Maurice Fitzgerald (c. 1338—1398) justiciar of Ireland and poet

Gerald fitz Maurice Fitzgerald (c. 1124—1199) magnate

Gerald Maurice Clemence (1908—1974)

Gerald Maurice Edelman (b. 1929)

Gustave Louis Maurice Strauss (c. 1807—1887) writer

Harold Maurice Abrahams (1899—1978) athlete and civil servant

Henry Maurice (c. 1647—1691) Church of England clergyman

Henry Maurice Sheffer (1882—1964)

(Israel) Maurice Edelman (1911—1975) politician and novelist

James fitz Maurice Fitzgerald (c. 1525—1540) nobleman

(James) Maurice Spurgeon Green (1906—1987) journalist

James Maurice Wilson (1836—1931) headmaster and Church of England clergyman

James Wilkes Maurice (1775—1857) naval officer

Jean-Baptiste Maurice Quinault (1687—1745)


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A novel by E. M. Forster, published in 1971. Written in 1914, the novel remained unpublished for over fifty years, on account of its subject: the homosexual relationship between two ...

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E. M. Forster (1879—1970) novelist and essayist