The working title of This book was published after Nin's death.It was mostly written in the 1940s, and its fantastical international tales of incestuous Hungarian adventurers, exotic Brazilian dancers, and dank Peruvian opium dens are still luscious and magical, and yes, transgressive, 70 years later. It's more literature with some extremely-well-written-yet-disturbing sexy bits.Once there, they encounter pleasure-giving adult amusement park rides called "masturboats" and "groanrooms." Who says erotica can't be funny, too?If the idea of two nobles wreaking havoc with other people's lives for sexy, sexy fun appeals to you, try this classic.In what was then called Indochina, a teenage girl wearing a threadbare dress, deep red lipstick, and gold lamé shoes meets a man 12 years her senior. It's not an equal relationship, but it is one that sears the page, and memory. Our hero Severin von Kusiemski asks the formidable Wanda von Dunajew to "be cruel" to him."I want to be maltreated and betrayed by the woman I love," he says. Destined for new interest thanks to a new film adaptation starring Armie Hammer, André Aciman's coming-of-age novel is a tender portrayal of a summerlong passion on the Italian Riviera.
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Baker's novel is a rollicking, surrealist story about a fantasyland called the House of Holes, where all your erotic dreams can come true.
People get to the House of Holes through golf holes and dryers at the Laundromat.
Their exploration includes orgies, vague necrophilia, sticking soft-boiled eggs into various orifices, and exhibitionism. First published in France, then later banned in the U. and finally declared not-obscene by the Supreme Court in the early '60s, Miller's erotic classic is a semi-autobiographical account of the author's sexual exploits in bohemian Paris.
The narrator rendezvous with lots of prostitutes and other nameless women.