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A Young And Faithless Wife

Author: Guy New York
Publisher: QNY
ISBN: 1537829653
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Let’s talk about Clara. My wife, my love, my life, and my poison. Don’t get me wrong, there is no one sweeter and kinder than her, but sometimes love doesn’t look like we imagine it should. Sometimes love makes us wants things we barely understand. So begins A Young and Faithless Wife, the story of Chris and Clara discovering the joys of an open marriage. While on vacation in Mexico, Clara confesses that she misses her wanton college days, and the couple begins to fantasize about her past and her future. But before too long, the game changes from one of fantasy to a new reality that excites and terrifies them both. As they push harder and harder, they begin to realize they both want the same thing: For Clara to sleep with other men while Chris watches. Sweet, kinky, and sexy as hell, A Young and Faithless Wife is a hotwife tale without the humiliation that often comes with a story like this. The couple is kind and honest with each other as they expand their world to their mutual pleasure and satisfaction.

James Joyce S A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man

Author: Mark A. Wollaeger
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195150767
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This casebook offers a comprehensive introduction to this landmark in modern fiction. The essays collected here will help first-time readers, teachers, and advanced scholars gain new insight into Joyce's semi-autobiographical story of an Irish boy's slow and difficult discovery of his artistic vocation. Mark Wollaeger's introduction provides an overview of the composition and early reception of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man as well as a survey of some of the recurrent issues debated by literary critics. Essays by Hugh Kenner and Patrick Parrinder offer both indispensable overviews of the entire novel-its themes, structure, and idiom-and close attention to specific interpretive cruxes. Other essays include classic responses by Wayne Booth, Fritz Senn, Michael Levenson, H�l�ne Cixous, and a newly revised and expanded version of Maud Ellmann's groundbreaking "Polytropic Man." Together the essays bring into focus the wide range of questions that have kept A Portrait fresh for the new millennium.

A Companion To Romance

Author: Corinne Saunders
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470999160
Size: 40.55 MB
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Romance is a varied and fluid literary genre, notoriously difficult to define. This groundbreaking Companion surveys the many permutations of romance throughout the ages. Considers the literary and historical development of the romance genre from its classical origins to the present day Incorporates discussion of the changing readership of romance and of romance’s special relation to women readers Comprises 30 essays written by leading authorities on different periods and sub-genres Challenges the idea that the appeal of romance is exclusively escapist Draws on a wide range of specific and influential literary examples

Dahomean Narrative

Author: Melville Jean Herskovits
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 9780810116504
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This new edition, published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding by Melville Herskovits of the Program of African Studies at Northwestern University, brings back into print one of the classics in scholarly analysis and translation, written by one of the cultural anthropology. When this book was first published in 1958, Melville luminaries of American Herskovits, with his wife and collaborator, Frances, had spent over Twenty years studying the social networks, language, and oral traditions of the peoples of West Africa and their descendants in the New World. Dahomey, the major site of their African work, is in the country now known as the Republic of Benin. This volume, had two goals: in its collection of 155 narratives, to provide basic texts of the analytical side, to provide a general theory of mythology using new oral narratives and looking at their tradition culminating in a survey of different prevailing Theories of myth. The result is a wide-ranging collection, culled from an entire narrative tradition, that remains unique among anthropological publications.

Arthurian Literature Xiii

Author: Felicity Riddy
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN: 9780859914499
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The latest volume of Arthurian Literature includes an edition and study of the widely disseminated Latin translation of Des Grantz Geanz(`De origine gigantum') by James Carley and Julia Crick, with a feminist reading of the poem by Lesley Johnson. Claude Luttrell writes on Chrétien's Cligès; Corinne Saunders explores the issue of rape in Chaucer's Wife of Bath's Tale, Neil Wright offers a reconstruction of the Arthurian epitaph in Royal 20 B.XV, Frank Brandsma discusses the treatment of simultaneity in Yvain, Chanson de Roland and a section of the Lancelot en prose, Julia Crick updates the progress on the manuscripts of Geoffrey of Monmouth, and A.H.W. Smith contributes a supplement to the bibliography of twentieth-century Arthurian literature begun in earlier volumes.

G Sta Berling S Saga

Author: Selma Lagerlöf
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486147282
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When a country pastor's career comes to an end, he falls in with vagrant Swedish cavaliers and enters into a power struggle with the richest woman in the province.

The Sorrows Of Young Werther

Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486120481
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Goethe addresses issues of love, death, and redemption in an influential portrayal of a character who struggles to reconcile his artistic sensibilities with the demands of the objective world.