5 edition of Female Sexuality in Modernist Fiction found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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This was partly a result of the war, the city reshaping itself as a more feminine space to make up for its absence of males, and also as a result of gender politics. I was not ready for another onset.
It was sufficiently excited to enjoy the charming retreat where it was cherished. Twice more during the night he slackened the speed of his horse, and each time we completed an embrace equally satisfactory. After being carried a short distance in silence, the creaking of a boat and the rippling of water revealed to me the awful doom to which I was to be consigned. By reconsidering the cultural and social practices of eighteenth-century women, this fascinating volume reclaims the ostensibly trivial as a substantive cultural contribution.
Two can chew Most men enjoy being spoiled by two women who fawn over them simultaneously. Steinbeck portrays women according to his time period. Instead, Gethenians experience the activation of either male or female sexual organs in roughly monthly cycles.
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Her figure is described as "blocked and heavy" because she is wearing heavy gloves, heavy shoes, a "man's black hat," and a big apron that hides her printed dress Steinbeck 330.
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In one scene, the human protagonist is able to tune to an erotic or pornographic Nul sensory device, made for internal Nul consumption and not intended for humans, which replicates the wild ecstasy felt by Nuls when daring to move aside their membrane hands and reveal their bodies to each other — similar in some ways to human sexual arousal but also very different.