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The Sensuous Woman

Author : Terry Garrity
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A systematic guide to developing sensuality through organized exercises and practiced techniques

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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

The Great Moonpie Handbook

Author : Ron Dixon
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Early Modern Japanese Literature

Author : Haruo Shirane
ISBN : 0231516142
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This abridged edition of Haruo Shirane's popular anthology, Early Modern Japanese Literature, retains the essential texts that have made the original volume such a valuable resource. The book introduces English-speaking readers to prose fiction genres, including dangibon, kibyoshi (satiric picture books), sharebon (books of wit and fashion), yomihon, kokkeibon (books of humor), gokan (bound books), and ninjobon (books of romance and sentiment). It also features poetic genres such as waka, haiku, senryu, and kyoka, and plays ranging from Chikamatsu's puppet plays to nineteenth-century kabuki. Readers will continue to benefit from the anthology's selection of significant essays, treatises, literary criticism, folk stories, and other noncanonical works, as well as the numerous prints that accompanied these works. They will also find Shirane's introductions and critical commentary, which guide the reader through the allusive and often elliptical nature of these incredible selections.

The Four Steps Towards Love

Author : Joseph Guyton
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The Four Steps Towards Love By: Joseph Guyton This book is about feelings, wisdom, passion, humor, joy and entertainment. There are erotic stories of love, poems of romance, love letters, facts of life and some plain old shit that you have heard before. Over thousands of years society has practiced to cultivating, educating, legislating, manipulating and discriminating on how love is shared. Sometimes it happens naturally; two people become one forever after. The circle of trust, faith and commitment has been established – they were soulmates from the beginning. Some find love through marriage, others find love from the birth of their child and there are those who just stumble upon love. But if you believe the love of your life is out there, then you must practice how to love yourself first.

New Millennial Sexstyles

Author : Carol Siegel
ISBN : 0253337755
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New Millennial Sexstyles questions the twin feminist orthodoxies that the 1960s sexual revolution failed women and that the sexual attitudes most prominent in current youth cultures are deplorably regressive. Comparing the American sexscape she inhabits to the vision of contemporary culture produced by feminist theorists, Carol Siegel considers whether the sexual revolution may have succeeded, but in ways not recognized by current academic studies of gender and sexuality. In discouraging undomesticated heterosexuality, academic feminism ignores the connection between mainstream opposition to all unrestrained sexual expression and the growth of new forms of homophobia in our times. At the same time, the youth subcultures' challenges to these views of sexuality and gender have been dismissed as insignificant, or misunderstood as sexist. In this book, they receive more respectful attention. Siegel draws on her own experience as a college student to create a personal history of academic feminism's early sympathy with bourgeois values. She looks at the development of American sex advice literature and at the reception of such ""transgressive"" popular films as Basic Instinct, Thelma and Louise, and Natural Born Killers to demonstrate that the most profoundly capitalist feminist theories have always been the most culturally authoritative. A more encouraging vision emerges in the book's second half, where a record of conversations about sex and gender with young people, and of their responses to products designed for their consumption, takes the reader through some of today's most radical youth cultures and suggests new directions for gender studies.

Symptoms Of Culture

Author : Marjorie B. Garber
ISBN : 0415918596
Genre : Social Science
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From worries about Great Books reading lists to wanting God on our side at sports contests, the symptoms of culture are the anxieties that underlie modern life. Assessing with wry detachment our tics and obsession, this book unpacks the questions that lie beneath everyday uncertainties. 15 illustrations.

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