Format: Print Length
Publisher: Invisible Man Press (August 9, 2013)
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Size: 7.3 MB
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funny, attractive, anti-establishment, and anti-war, this explosive anthology of literary, political, and horny fiction and nonfiction provides a giddy number of matters mixed into an strange cocktail that incorporates: a observation on political correctness, anti-war and satirical essays, and commentaries on medically prescribed addictive medicinal drugs and secure intercourse. furthermore, a mystery U.S. Congressional committee investigates even if Indians do "it." For fanatics of literature and people who ask, “What is literature? what's the applicable material and therapy for a book?” the booklet features a Language Disclaimer and an Anti-Literary Manifesto announcing that for a previously colonized humans (like Indians), writing approximately intercourse is a political act, an act of political empowerment and resistance opposed to the Western colonial establishment.
The paperback variation of this publication used to be covertly avoided from attaining Indian readers. via deciding to buy this publication, you vote opposed to censorship, notion keep an eye on, and literary Ayatollahs.
"Hilarious but satirical account of the author's method of sex."--Savvy Magazine
“Distinct and thought-provoking. . . subversively redefines heritage. With witty, horny, and passionate variety, Richard Crasta bargains with India’s tortured and burdened Puritanism.”—www.living.oneindia.in
“If any Indian author has driven the bounds of satirical writing, with dollops of sexual humour (and satirical writing on loads of different critical stuff) in his personal detailed variety, it’s Richard.”—www.kitaabonline.wordpress.com