Fetish Girl

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Disruptive Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 112 pages
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Poet John Glassco wrote a great many unusual and eccentric works during his career, and ranks among the finest Canadian authors of the 20th Century. Fetish Girl is his second-best known work, after Olympia Press bestseller The English Governess. Both were written as "Miles Underwood." Ursula is a 27-year-old woman with a penchant for black latex. She meets a swimmer who shares her fetish and is soon introduced to his gay lover. Together they engage in mastery and submission, satisfying each other with delicious pleasures of the flesh.

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John Glassco came from an established Montreal family, and lived the better part of his life near the village of Foster in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. He was a distinguished poet, novelist, essayist and translator - the Glassco prize for translation was named after him. His works include the widely acclaimed "Memoirs of Montparnasse" (1970), "A Point of Sky" (1964), "The Fatal Woman" (1974) and "Selected Poems" (1971) for which he won the Governor General's Award.

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