The Sexual Life of Catherine M.

Grove Press, 2002 - 209 páginas
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Hailed as "the most explicit book about sex ever written by a woman" (Edmund White), The Sexual Life of Catherine M. has become the most controversial book on sexuality since The Story of O. Millet, the editor of Art Press, has led an extraordinarily active sexual life -- from alfresco encounters in Italy to a gang bang on the edge of the Bois du Boulogne, to a high-class orgy at a Parisian restaurant. Her highly graphic account is a relentlessly honest look at the consequences of sex stripped of sentiment and a fearless unmasking of the fallacies and disturbing truths of female sexuality.

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You might expect this (from the title) to be an exercise in titillation, but it's one of the most narratively subtle books I've ever read. Millet plays back and forth across the borders between ... Ler crítica na íntegra

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Catherine Millet is editor in chief of "Art Press" magazine, published in France. She is the author of several books, including "The Sexual Life of Catherine M.

Adriana Hunter is the translator of works by Catherine Millet, Genevieve Jurgensen, Amelie Nothomb, Viviane Moore, and Louis Sanders.

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