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TELENY (AN EROTICA) – Oscar Wilde – Google Libros

Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Detalles del producto Tapa dura Editor: Reprint 1 de enero de Idioma: Before you read this book, consider what you want to get out of it Telehy if you can happily read through the first half where all the sex is heterosexual. Perhaps a good choice.

However, a lot of the sex is gross. I mean sickening, not kinky. There are two het rape scenes, both very grim. Even fans of rape erotica may not enjoy these scenes. I didn’t like any of the characters, especially the narcissistic narrator. Love is at first sight–aka for no obvious reason. The first half of the book 70 pages is the narrator whining about his unwanted tepeny for another man. The plot doesn’t develop until the second half.

Teleny, Or, The Reverse of the Medal – Oscar Wilde – Google Libros

Historical picture of an era? Read this if you like books that paint vivid pictures. The era and people teley captured nicely.

Descriptions are rich without being overlong. Love gushes with flowerly prose. Everything gross is described so well you share the nausea with the narrator.


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A great classic novel? I hope this wasn’t Wilde, because I like him better than this book, which is more gloomy than clever. The book has a lot of French phrases. You can follow the story without the French, if you have to.

Although this novel has some imaginative passages I find it difficult trleny believe that it was entirely written by Oscar Wilde. The original publisher,a Mr Hirsch of London, reported that the manuscript appeared to have been written by “different hands.

For anyone who has slogged through the artificial and self-conscious world of Victorian ‘erotica’, Teleny will seem both familiar and surprising. Written around by several anonymous writers of uneven ability, the novel claims our attention for two reasons. While the possibility that one of its writers was Oscar Wilde, an idea that grows more intriguing as one reads on, will probably remain its primary draw, it is also one of the first books to transcend its pornographic trappings and explore the emotional life of its protagonist.

This progressive point of view, and the appropriately unaffected prose used to tell the tale, validate Teleny’s position as the fountainhead of the modern approach to gender and sexuality in literature.

Editor John McRae has succinctly summed up the circumstantial evidence of Oscar Wilde’s authorship in his scholarly introduction to the only complete reprinting of the original text.

This is not a case where the cheap edition just substitutes pulpier paper–for half the price you get half the book. Nor is Teleny for the weak stomach or the faint of heart. On the way to plumbing the depths of our human origins in our animal bodies, the book describes some extreme behavior. Readers who are offended by graphic descriptions of body parts and vividly imagined sex acts should look elsewhere.


ON the other hand, those who would enjoy erotica more if it paid more attention to the sensuous and subjective experience may find something to celebrate. Teleny is undoubtably the finest example of an erotic novel that I have ever had the pleasure of reading.

It flows smoothly and easily throughout the plot without becoming redundant or boring. The passion and conflicting emotions etleny in these men are both riveting and timeless.

I particularly enjoyed the subtle way in which sex and death, the two great constants, were so skillfully entertwined. The permanence of death serves to highlight the immediacy of our need to live life to the fullest extent. This is not a creampuff romance.

It is a story of a passionate driving need to reach out and touch another human soul. Gana dinero con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados. Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones. Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo librro mundo. Kindle Direct Publishing Publica tu libro en papel y digital de manera independiente. Prime Now Entrega en 1 hora En miles de productos. Productos Reacondicionados Precios bajos en productos revisados por Amazon.

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