Girls: A Paean

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Little, Brown, Sep 3, 2007 - Fiction - 240 pages
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girls is an erotic spree, a journey into the most forbidden corners of male desire, a story about men who have been rendered numb by their power, who have sacrificed everything for success, who have lost their souls and can find meaning only by living vicariously, obsessively through young women.

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Girls: a paean

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This unusual work concerns itself with male sexual fantasies and obsessions. Told mostly in the second person, it has no story line as such; instead, it consists mainly of fragments and scenes of ... Read full review

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Vignettes on ephebophilia. Some are quite engrossing, some are arousing, all are well-written. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Nic Kelman studied Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT, Boston. After spending a few years working in independent film, he attended Brown University on a full scholarship for his MFA in Creative Writing and where he was awarded the James Assatly Prize for graduate fiction for girls. He now writes and teaches in New York City.

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