Crude and hence why I have given this a lower rating than I initially anticipated just because f the fact that the characters are not explored deeply enough and all is uite vague regarding the background info for each tale Fiction within this genre such as On Dublin Street and Fifty Shades Tea for Ruby of Grey series is extremely popular due to the combinationf detailed
together with the nature The Life of Saint Philip Neri of the book Not my cupf tea at all and a genre that I wouldn t want to re visit 25 stars Wasn t uite sure how to take this ne at times It s extremely racy I didn t realize it would be a collection f erotic stories until I read the author s mini bio in the front cover This book is ne f I only Like the Fingers of the Guy I Hate, Vol. 1 only two available at my local library in Penguin s Great Loves series It s my goal to read them all Not sure how I ll track them all down but I ll find a way This is the sortf book that makes you look around embarrassed hoping no The Whistle Pig one can see it s contents written allver your prude nervous face Fascinating though I loved the story about the young model This small book f erotic short stories by the French born American author is both stirring and captivating Her use f language to describe desire and passion is unparalleled The coupling f her protagonists and the circumstances leading to their sexual encounters are freshly riginal yet tantalizingly familiar There is psychological depth here in untangling the base emotional wants Church Planting Is for Wimps: How God Uses Messed-Up People to Plant Ordinary Churches That Do Extraordinary Things of companionship desire love and sexual fantasy Each story subtly yet powerfully enforces the suspensionf disbelief allowing the reader to fully explore along with the protagonist the emotional impact f the unfolding scenario Haven t rated because I got this without realising that the stories are in the longer collections Little Birds And Delta Of Venus Which I Have Read Birds and Delta f Venus which I have read latter was a gift from a 40 something man when I was 21 Sadly not from someone attractive to me shall we say but all the same ne f my favourite gifts ever he also sent me a Sacher torte in a light wooden box from Vienna Anais Nin may make a great tasteful erotic gift in general However from what I remember the stories were just OK Very taut if still incredibly stylised although I und. Ch; a man teaching the art f passion in a gypsy caravan; and a woman in love with a Read this in the park with some cider and an adult cigarette Made me feel somewhat sleepy dreamy and sensual much like the writing itself I M Giving This m giving this stars because I like the stories some better than thers love the way they re written and enjoy ANs style f writinglushsensuous and erotic FOR MY NOTES REALLY Lovely elegant smut Not by far n the level You Are a Miserable Excuse for a Hero!: Book One in the Just Make a Choice! Series of somef her ther writing though I found myself identifying in some way with a woman in every single story The stories though perverse and bordering n the surreal at times reveal universalities in all human sexuality AND HOW IT LINKS TO THE PSYCHE AND EMOTION how it links to the psyche and emotion Women and Social Work: Towards a Woman-Centered Practice oddly enough makes her characters relatable and relieving aspposed to sort f alienating them and making you view them in a voyeuristic way which can so ften happen with erotica Again not her best but could this be due to a crude translation in part Were these The Cowboys originally in French Will check later Do enjoy Revisit when the heart is mournin Remarkably racy and seductive this collectionf erotic and intensely passionate tales is uite blunt Written by French born novelist
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passionate eroticist and short story writer Anais Nin explores the woman s personal voyage f self discovery eroticist and short story writer Anais Nin explores the woman s personal voyage f self discovery physical pleasure It s all right for a woman to be above all human I am a woman first f all from The Diary f Ana s Nin vol I 1966 Book 18 in the collection My Grandfather's Prison: A Story of Death and Deceit in 1940s Kansas City of Penguin Great Loves is a small volume containing eight stories that regard how love can be sensual A naive model whom discovers her sexuality which is reminiscentf when nes understanding f sexual intercourse is heightened by those events and individuals around us An erotic moonlight encounter Whos Next? Guess Who! on a beach is candid and supremely sincere as too is the tale regarding a man who teaches the artf passion in a gypsy caravan This diverse range f short stories explores the nature f sex and the awakening Papi's Gift of desire If you are a fanf erotic fiction then this is a must read although considering how people are pen in a modern world you may find this uite timid Apart from the detailed explicit and vivid descriptions f characters interactions I found that each tale lacked substance and depth to the plot They were bluntly. A naive model slowly discovering her sexuality; an erotic moonlight encounter n a bea. Erstand that s to a big degree because the man who commissioned her to write them told her Concentrate n sex Leave ut the poetry Her novels have who commissioned her to write them told her Concentrate n sex Leave ut the poetry Her novels have and needless to say this was hard for Nin to do but she needed the money a dollar a page and while she hated the collector for his taste she argued that her voice and feeling was not totally suppressed which is true The Maja a painter is trying to convince his puritanical wife to pose nude for him 2 stars The Woman n the Dunes Louis wanders into the night and meets a mysterious woman 2 stars Saffron Fay marries a much lder man who idolizes her too much to consummate the marriage he eventually does so because she smells like saffron like a colored woman 3 star A Model raised in a conservative and sexually repressive environment a young girl takes up modeling 2 stars Hilda and Rango Hilda is used to initiating sex but that all changes nce she meets Rango 2 stars Two Sisters two sister fall for the same man 2 stars Linda her husband is The First Socialist Society: A History of the Soviet Union from Within outf town so Linda accepts an invitation to a masked party 2 stars The Ring an Indigenous man and a Peruvian woman The Coming Revolution in Youth Ministry of Spanish descent fall in love despite her family spposition the man wears a ring in a rather unfortunate location 2 stars Do not read File Under: Arson on the bus I didn t realise this book comprisedf stories from Delta Wicked Sense of Venus and Little Birds nor had I connected that these were the erotic stories Anais Nin wrote for her mystery client Whom she hated because he wanted explicit content without anyf the poetry Of the stories included Here They Were A Mixed Lot Some they were a mixed lot Some super short and to the point thers were lingering and descriptive I preferred these although they tended to end very abruptly I couldn t help but wonder about the reasoning for each story Were the shorter all action pieces pared down for her client and did Nin hate these stories herself Of the longer descriptive writings did she sneak in the sensuous lines building the emotion while still adding enough salaciousness for his erotic needs I find the hows and whys f these stories just as fascinating as their actual content I also very much recommend reading the letter from Nin to her collector client It can be read here. Cent from Fez Anais Nin's stories explore the nature Powerless Against You of sex and the awakeningf desir.
O Som do Rugido da Onça
Em 1817, Spix e Martius desembarcaram no Brasil com a missão de registrar suas impressões sobre o país. Três anos e 10 mil quilômetros depois, os exploradores voltaram a Munique trazendo consigo não apenas um extenso relato da viagem, mas também um menino e uma menina indígenas, que morreriam pouco tempo depois de chegar em solo europeu.
Em seu quinto romance, Micheliny Verunschk constrói uma poderosa narrativa que deixa de lado a historiografia hegemônica para dar protagonismo às crianças – batizadas aqui de Iñe e e Juri – arrancadas de sua terra natal. Entrelaçando a trama do século XIX ao Brasil contemporâneo, somos apresentados também a Josefa, jovem que reconhece as lacunas de seu passado ao ver a imagem de Iñe e em uma exposição.
Com uma prosa embebida de lirismo, este é um livro sem paralelos na literatura brasileira ao tratar de temas como memória, colonialismo e pertencimento.
Um romance que expande as fronteiras da arte literária ao trazer memória, argumentos antropológicos e o melhor que a ficção pode nos oferecer. – Itamar Vieira Junior