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[ Read Online Don Juan in the Village: A Novel Ì history-civil-war-eastern-theater PDF ] by Jane DeLynn é I read Leash a while ago and it fucked with my mind in many ways Don Juan was, if you can apply these terms to a book like this, a kind of gentler version of the same basic idea The narrator details her sexual and some partially nonsexual exploits in locals ranging from NYC to Morocco, chronicling her reactions and reasonings with a lack of passion that makes her very explicit encounters with a variety of women not anywhere near as sexy as one would suppose Leash was fascinating in its plot in a way that this couldn t really compare to, but both offered shocking looks into the minds of their narrators This narrator comes of mostly as a bit crazy, thinking of herself as the most fabulous person in the world most of her encounters fail in part because she believes the w Thoughts I agree with another reviewer who said that Don Juan is a version of Leash in the sense that it examines a lot of the same themes Don Juan has a contained scope though Leash is an explosion of these themes into the realm of satire sci fi Don Juan was perfect for completely different reasons Also the narration was funnier to me this time around Leash was a bit drab and desperate, still hilarious but Don Juan was easier on the eyes read Iowa, read Key West, this is classical beauty shrouded in a hint of tacky, self loathing, self aggrandizement The novel is witty written in a Picaresque form, each having its own psychologically poignant, existential moment It is not afraid to go there beyond the expectation of gender role, even within the LGBT community It gives an subjective even consciously egotistical view of human sexuality, which involves self disgust, self love, emotional or and physical pain and addiction Delyn s narrator takes me through the journey of these emotions and teach me about acceptance of these social conditions that impact our interactions with ourselves and other human beings I love it I read Leash a while ago and it fucked with my mind in many ways Don Juan was, if you can apply these terms to a book like this, a kind of gentler version of the same basic idea The narrator details her sexual and some partially nonsexual exploits in locals ranging from NYC to Morocco, chronicling her reactions and reasonings with a lack of passion that makes her very explicit encounters with a variety of women not anywhere near as sexy as one would suppose Leash was fascinating in its plot in a way that this couldn t really compare to, but both offered shocking looks into the minds of their narrators This narrator comes of mostly as a bit crazy, thinking of herself as the most fabulous person in the world most of her encounters fail in part because she believes the w Thoughts I agree with another reviewer who said that Don Juan is a version of Leash in the sense that it examines a lot of the same themes Don Juan has a contained scope though Leash is an explosion of these themes into the realm of satire sci fi Don Juan was perfect for completely different reasons Also the narration was funnier to me this time around Leash was a bit drab and desperate, still hilarious but Don Juan was easier on the eyes read Iowa, read Key West, this is classical beauty shrouded in a hint of tacky, self loathing, self aggrandizement The novel is witty written in a Picaresque form, each having its own psychologically poignant, existential moment It is not afraid to go there beyond the expectation of gender role, even within the LGBT community It gives an subjective even consciously egotistical view of human sexuality, which involves self disgust, self love, emotional or and physical pain and addiction Delyn s narrator takes me through the journey of these emotions and teach me about acceptance of these social conditions that impact our interactions with ourselves and other human beings I love it The first book that I read about lesbianism, and it s good Although most things are vague, the stories realistically portrayed the lifestyle of a homosexual woman in search for love, acceptance, compassion, friendship It demonstrates a woman s whether straight or not struggle to find her place in the society I wish I d find a copy of this, because I only borrowed that from a friend.
There is something so weird about the voice in this book, it s kind of like 90s lesbian fiction voice reminding me of other stuff I ve read but I can t put my finger on it exactly Eileen Myles Not Michelle Tea exactly arrogant.
Anyway also the conceit of an entirely unlikeable narrator having lots of bad sex and weird encounters seems pretty 90s, like the shock value would have worked better then The cover quote is from Brett Easton Ellis for g dsakes.
There are funny and good stories here But there s so much gross fatphobia and just meanness in this, I guess it s good for holding a mirror up to the yuck bits inside us but mostly it s just yuck.
From The Lesbian Bars Of New York City To The Back Streets Of Fez, From The SM Scene In Los Angeles To The Calm Ocean Depths Off A Caribbean Island, The Heroine Of Don Juan In The Village Is Ever On The Prowl In Search Of The Longed For, Idealized Lover, She Finds Instead A Series Of Wrenching, Sometimes Hilarious Encounters With An Array Of Women, Among Them A Movie Star, A Moroccan Prostitute, And A High School Dropout Who Works As A Grocery Store Clerk Hip, Sardonic, Yet Painfully Self Conscious And Often Deluded, She Is Convinced That No Matter Where She Goes Or Whom She Is With, She Is Doomed To Perpetual Solitude And Estrangement I got all into Jane De Lynn Not as ambitious as her novel, Real Estate , this book is a bunch of gem like stories united by the theme of women, drinking, travel, alienation, and sex Crisp and a little cold with a frisson of cruelty.
kasama ko si Stephene nung binili ko ito kaso hanggang ngayon di nya pa sinosoli sa akin yung book.
nung first year nahilig kami sa gay oriented books haha and para maiba naman lesbian oriented book naman daw try namin kaya ibinili ko to.
haha shocked.
dami ko nalaman haha I needed this book when I was 19 A must for young dykes And anyone who enjoys honesty about casual and not so casual sex written well.



There is something so weird about the voice in this book, it s kind of like 90s lesbian fiction voice reminding me of other stuff I ve read but I can t put my finger on it exactly Eileen Myles Not Michelle Tea exactly arrogant.
Anyway also the conceit of an entirely unlikeable narrator having lots of bad sex and weird encounters seems pretty 90s, like the shock value would have worked better then The cover quote is from Brett Easton Ellis for g dsakes.
There are funny and good stories here But there s so much gross fatphobia and just meanness in this, I guess it s good for holding a mirror up to the yuck bits inside us but mostly it s just yuck.
The first book that I read about lesbianism, and it s good Although most things are vague, the stories realistically portrayed the lifestyle of a homosexual woman in search for love, acceptance, compassion, friendship It demonstrates a woman s whether straight or not struggle to find her place in the society I wish I d find a copy of this, because I only borrowed that from a friend.
I got all into Jane De Lynn Not as ambitious as her novel, Real Estate , this book is a bunch of gem like stories united by the theme of women, drinking, travel, alienation, and sex Crisp and a little cold with a frisson of cruelty.
kasama ko si Stephene nung binili ko ito kaso hanggang ngayon di nya pa sinosoli sa akin yung book.
nung first year nahilig kami sa gay oriented books haha and para maiba naman lesbian oriented book naman daw try namin kaya ibinili ko to.
haha shocked.
dami ko nalaman haha I needed this book when I was 19 A must for young dykes And anyone who enjoys honesty about casual and not so casual sex written well.

Jane DeLynn is the author of the novels Leash, Don Juan in the Village, Real Estate a New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year , In Thrall, Some Do, as well as the collection Bad Sex Is Good Authors she s been compared to include Proust, Salinger, Jane Austen, Rabelais, Swift, Oscar Wilde, Proust, Helene Cixious, and Edgar Allan Poe, Aristophanes, Euripedes, Woody Allen She w