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Review: My Hundred Lovers by Susan Johnson · ywukakyzin.ml
1 girl….2 many books!
Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Do you like Horatia? It seems like the sort of chapter that deliberately raises sympathy towards Deborah and directs animosity towards her husband. In this section, Deborah has a liason with a woman.
Do you feel that she is genuinely bisexual, merely curious or in love with the idea of love, no matter where it may come from? Her husband is named David, the same name as her father.
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Do you feel this is significant? Her father buys for her and her alone, a beautiful black pearl p — not one for her mother or her sister. It seems that this sort of event happened all too infrequently in her life, someone singling her out and giving her something beautiful. David an Deborah marry in haste, despite numerous warnings from various people.
Did it seem their union was destined to be doomed from the start? Did you see this coming or did it surprise you? Why do you think Deborah still refers to him as her husband, even though he is not? Just after that chapter, is a beautiful moment shared between her and her sister Jane p Do you think that enough insight into the two sisters was given?
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When Deborah finds that there were people who knew of the affair, she never speaks to any of them ever again Did you feel sympathy for her? Or should she have just let go? She was a girl whose limbs were free, with carte blanche to fill herself in. This chapter gives more insight into her family and how they have fared while Deborah was in Paris: The poor brother had long since stepped onto that drinking path which would lead him to an early death.
Do you think anything in that above quote impacted on her decision to sleep with the three men in one day? Is it more simple than that? Can Deborah just not say no?
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Did you find it hard reading this chapter knowing that things today are quite different and that sort of behavior is is considered to be far more dangerous? The shadow lover, whom she is sleeping with upon her return from Paris as well as the above 3 men taunts her with remarks that she is not clever, nor is she as beautiful as her sister. Why do you feel she stays with the shadow lover, who treats her this way?
Whom she found sleeping with someone else at a party, the reason she slept with one of the 3 men in one day.
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