Sugar in My Bowl, Erica Jong
Erica Jong

Sugar in My Bowl

266 printed pages
Poet, novelist, and essayist, the legendary Erica Jong—whose novel Fear of Flying opened eyes and broke down walls—offers us a provocative collection of essays about sex from some of the most respected female authors writing today. “Real Women Write about Real Sex” in Sugar in My Bowl, as such marquee names as Gail Collins, Eve Ensler, Daphne Merken, Anne Roiphe, Liz Smith, Naomi Wolf, and Jennifer Weiner, to name but a few, join together to speak openly about female desire—what provokes it and what satisfies it. In the free, unfettered spirit of The Bitch in the House, Sugar in My Bowl explores the bedroom lives of women with daring, wit, intelligence, and candor.
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Shari Raji
Shari Rajihas quoted7 months ago
Freud thought art existed to disturb the sleep of the world. “Anything that prods us into greater awareness, especially of subjects that are blanketed in silence or parody, seems to me to be of use.
wilma dee
wilma deehas quoted8 months ago
The child is mother to the woman, father to the man. Our
mariofranklinkossimhas quoted2 years ago
some of those who were best, the most imaginative, in bed had none of the qualities a more sensible woman might look for in a man.
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