Currently studying love through the ages, these are the suggested texts for us to read for the course, which of these are the better ones? Also, if anyone can suggest any other books that could link into the topic, that would be useful
Motherf*... actually, now that I think about it, I didn't exactly enjoy the book either.
If talking love through the ages, wouldn't some plays be relevant? I'd imagine
>Much Ado About Nothing,
while not exactly a novel, would provide a nice contrast for building a perspective. Just my five cents, appreciate your thoughts.
how can you study love without studying sex? about 80% of those books are castrated meditations.
obvious literary suggestions would be nin and miller, some of baldwin, and sade. there's plenty more out there. from the list mcewan is the only one that stand outs when it comes to analyzing sex in his work.