Taboo: A Novel

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Kozmik Press, 1984 - 191 pages
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 Taboo is a tale of torrid romance set in Amsterdam and Germany.

Try as they might the two lovers cannot escape their history, their present ties and the many obstacles that stand between them
and free expression of their attraction, pulsing and compelling though it is.

Other lovers, people and circumstances crowd in to make for an unbearable pressure and conclusion.

What transpires was perhaps always going to transpire - such is the power of ancient taboos.

 

(Dutch description)

Een Duitse jonge vrouw heeft tijdens een kort verblijf in Amsterdam een verhouding met een Nederlandse schilder die met haar geniet van het vrije leven in het tolerante Amsterdam.

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About the author (1984)

 Author David Stuart Ryan spent a year living and working in Amsterdam, and it is this experience he draws upon in order to create a vivid picture of modern Germany and Holland as they confront their troubled pasts.

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