[Novel]Adult education

Literature total pnts rank Rank 3,083in 4,624 titlesTotal 1 / Deviation 47.66
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Yuka Murayama
Japan Released:2010/07/21(Wed)
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2013/09/30 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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A short novel composed of 12 stories about sexual love for adult women.
The main characters are all women. Novels are made from the point of view of women who are troubled about love and sex and are conflicting.
In addition to the psychological description of delicate women, there is also a beautiful sensational depiction, and I felt the ability of the author again.
However, because the theme is sexual love of an adult woman, there are quite a lot of sexual depictions, so be careful who is not good at it.
Of course, sexual depiction is not central, the main shaking movement of the woman's heart in sexual love is main.

It expresses in various ways about the sex of a woman who tends to be viewed as a taboo on a global basis.
Personally it is natural that "I do not need words" remained the most impressive, but it was good. After that, it is the last "I do not know anyone."
Throughout this book, I was made to think about why the desire of sexual desire from a woman side is viewed as a taboo as the author wrote in a postcard.

It is a so-called taboo viewing part, common sense is not immutable, and naturally absolute values 〓〓〓〓〓o not exist in them as well.
Nevertheless many people do not doubt in that part.
Both of the characters of the characters face directly from their own desires and find answers.
To be honest, it is true that I did not know well for myself, but somehow I felt that the answer to desire might be for each person.

It is a good book, but from a male sense of feeling, it can not sympathize with the feelings of the characters, or can not do it,
It is natural but I guess I felt as if it was a book for women.