My Mother Taught Me

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Auteur / Author : Kung, Tor

Titre / Title : My Mother Taught Me

Éditeur / Publisher : Olympia

Lieu d’édition / Place of Publication : New York

Collection / Series : (The New Traveller's Companion), no 2

Année d’édition originale / First Year of Publication : 1967

Année d’édition / Year of Publication : 2003

Période / Period : XXe siècle / 20th Century, (1960-1969)

Nombre de pages / Number of Pages : 196

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Langue / Language : Langue anglaise / English Language

Caractéristiques / Specifications : Ebook.

Notes : Originally published at Traveller's Companion Inc., i.e. the Danish Olympia Press.

Résumé / Summary : "One of six novels to be published by the short-lived Danish Olympia Press (founder Maurice Girodias' legal troubles in the early '60s were horrendous, so he tried his hand in Copenhagen briefly before emigrating to America). My Mother Taught Me is a special Traveller's Companion title, and ranks as the most-requested book.

This is the tale of Lars, a Swedish boy, raised in an all-male orphanage without ever seeing even pictures of women, adopted into a new household with enthusiastic siblings and an energetic foster-mother. The immediacy of the writing here is perhaps unparalleled in erotic fiction, with our Lars so earnestly describing every new sensation, while the plot line itself is rather clever. A must-read." Source: Olympia

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