A Young And Faithless Wife

Author: Guy New York
Publisher: QNY
ISBN: 1537829653
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Let’s talk about Clara. My wife, my love, my life, and my poison. Don’t get me wrong, there is no one sweeter and kinder than her, but sometimes love doesn’t look like we imagine it should. Sometimes love makes us wants things we barely understand. So begins A Young and Faithless Wife, the story of Chris and Clara discovering the joys of an open marriage. While on vacation in Mexico, Clara confesses that she misses her wanton college days, and the couple begins to fantasize about her past and her future. But before too long, the game changes from one of fantasy to a new reality that excites and terrifies them both. As they push harder and harder, they begin to realize they both want the same thing: For Clara to sleep with other men while Chris watches. Sweet, kinky, and sexy as hell, A Young and Faithless Wife is a hotwife tale without the humiliation that often comes with a story like this. The couple is kind and honest with each other as they expand their world to their mutual pleasure and satisfaction.

The Faithless Wife

Author: Jo Eames
Publisher: Peach Pub Company Ltd
ISBN: 190767201X
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Faithless

Author: Karin Slaughter
Publisher: Dell
ISBN: 0804179999
Size: 63.57 MB
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Includes excerpt from Undone (pages 473-483).

The Prince And The Zombie

Author: Wangmo, Tenzin
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834800780
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In this series of tales, a prince must capture and bring back to his country a zombie who is endowed with magical powers—but in order to succeed he must keep himself from speaking even one word to the zombie. The zombie is wily, and during the long journey he recounts fascinating tales to the prince, who is carrying him in a sack on his back. Spellbound by the stories, the prince is drawn into making some comment on them. But the very moment he opens his mouth, the zombie escapes, and the prince has to go back to India to catch the zombie all over again. This same scenario occurs over and over, tale after tale, journey after journey—until the prince truly learns his lesson. These zombie stories, known as the Vetalapancavimsati in Sanskrit, are engrossing teaching tales that originated in ancient India but have become popular in the Buddhist culture of Tibet, as well as in other Asian cultures. This Tibetan version of the stories conveys the values of Buddhism, particularly those related to karma (the laws of cause and effect), happiness, and suffering. Through these tales, the reader learns that Buddhism is a path of knowledge that leads to liberation from suffering.

Dahomean Narrative

Author: Melville Jean Herskovits
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 9780810116504
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This new edition, published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding by Melville Herskovits of the Program of African Studies at Northwestern University, brings back into print one of the classics in scholarly analysis and translation, written by one of the cultural anthropology. When this book was first published in 1958, Melville luminaries of American Herskovits, with his wife and collaborator, Frances, had spent over Twenty years studying the social networks, language, and oral traditions of the peoples of West Africa and their descendants in the New World. Dahomey, the major site of their African work, is in the country now known as the Republic of Benin. This volume, had two goals: in its collection of 155 narratives, to provide basic texts of the analytical side, to provide a general theory of mythology using new oral narratives and looking at their tradition culminating in a survey of different prevailing Theories of myth. The result is a wide-ranging collection, culled from an entire narrative tradition, that remains unique among anthropological publications.

Types Of The Folktale In The Arab World

Author: Hasan M. El-Shamy
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253344472
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Types of the Folktale in the Arab World is an index and preliminary analysis of folktales told by the diverse ethnic groups that populate what is commonly called "the Arab World." It is also a comprehensive and interdisciplinary guide to tales told in related cultural spheres, from sub-Saharan Africa to Turkey and beyond. A folktale's emergence, spread, stability, change, continued presence, or disappearance among certain social groups depends on specific psychological, social, and cultural forces. While Hasan El-Shamy has adopted the familiar tale-type classification system employed by Antti Aarne and Stith Thompson, he also seeks to remedy the Eurocentric shortcomings of their system by addressing folklore as behavior, striving to bring the psychosocial foundation for the Arab renditions to this comprehensive and inclusive index. Types of the Folktale in the Arab World is destined to become an indispensable reference work for all who are interested in Arab culture and the folktale.