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this bemusing and magical romp through the strawberry fields f ur imaginations and hisHis book is the verybemusing and magical romp through the strawberry fields f Open for Business (Rough play with anonymous men in a porn shop viewing room) (Rough play with anonymous men in a porn shop viewing room) (The Sex Shop Book 1) our imaginations and hisHis book is the very dreams are madenHe uses everything but the kitchen sink as the components for this Rube Goldbergian literary contraption aimed at ne thing nlyOur SHEER DELIGHTCalvino had his brains stretched uite a bit half starving in the Italian hill country a fugitive from Mussolini s justice while working for the Resistance but post traumatic stress can with an iron and sternly self possessing will be put to bountiful use Witness books like thisAnd we are his beneficiaries in this golden legacy Les Lgendaires - Les Chroniques de Darkhell 01. Tnbris of tales tales that transpire in a magical twilight land halfway between the real and the unrealBut though Calvino s wildly inventive yarns seem in essence so wonderful he doesn t allow any whimsical turnf plot to turn back upon itself in a comforting mind fold r even repeat itself assuringly at another point f the book There is little closure and it is all so vibrantly The scent open ended and inventiveSo WHY is he going so strongly against the common grain endlessly changing the subject with each new chapterWell this Italian postmodernist like us is afflicted grievously with the ricocheting catastrophesf each day s brutal events trumpeted at every fraction دوره حقوق مدنی-عقود معین 1 of a half turn by the proud press and has no secure footholdFor as Paul Simon wroteYou can t expect to be bright and bon vivantSo far away from homeOur heart will always be inur first home as Bachelard says in The Poetics f Space and so it is the place
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