Apr 25, 2009

Where did the banana come from?

I found from my web search link that MoreIntelligentLife.com (from The Economist) had a piece that said
steamydarcy.com specialise in Austen erotica. Most pieces employ standard soft-porn terms--“creamy mounds” is popular--though several, including one in which Mr Darcy penetrates Elizabeth Bennett with a banana, are more specific. Yet even the dirtiest stories tend to end in marriage, or take place on the honeymoon. The sexual details needn't elide the traditional marriage plot–instead, they function as titillating ornaments, explicit elaborations of what Austen left implicit.
I swear THIS banana didn't come from me! I only wrote about banana tasting.*wink* And I won't mis-spell Lizzy's surname.

What do you think of the tone of the writer about JAFF?

Press here to read MoreIntelligentLife.com article

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