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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of Vida de una mujer amorosa. It's written in the same style as Life of an Amorous Man but with a little less adventures and illustrations.
Even if she enjoyed her sexual life, and the abstinence periods induced her to search for pleasure, i hated the constant resentment she felt for being a luxurious person.
I believe this was caused by the moral standard of the time not that today is not present :p : women must have been decent, satisfying their man, but not enjoying it too much. She was a determined woman, aware of her be It's written in the same style as Life of an Amorous Man but with a little less adventures and illustrations.
She was a determined woman, aware of her beauty and the power associated with it, therefore she took advantage of it as much as she could. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. About Saikaku Ihara. Saikaku Ihara. Scholars have described numerous extraordinary feats of solo haikai composition at one sitting; most famously, over the course of a single day and night in , Saikaku is reported to have composed at least 16, haikai stanzas, with some rumors placing the number at over 23, stanzas.
Later in life he began writing racy accounts of the financial and amorous affairs of the merchant class and the demimonde. These stories catered to the whims of the newly prominent merchant class, whose tastes of entertainment leaned toward the arts and pleasure districts.
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