Delta de Vénus

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  • Title: Delta de Vénus
  • Author: Anaïs Nin Luíza Neto Jorge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Capa Mole
  • Ficou t o conhecida pela sua vida como pela sua obra que, afinal, se confundem Os seus Di rios ntimos celebrizaram na, mesmo se s foram publicados na totalidade depois da sua morte, em 1977.A revelava as sua rela es amorosas com figuras como Antoin Artraud, Henry Miller e a sua mulher, June , James AgeeDelta de V nus re ne contos escritos nos anos 40, escandalosFicou t o conhecida pela sua vida como pela sua obra que, afinal, se confundem Os seus Di rios ntimos celebrizaram na, mesmo se s foram publicados na totalidade depois da sua morte, em 1977.A revelava as sua rela es amorosas com figuras como Antoin Artraud, Henry Miller e a sua mulher, June , James AgeeDelta de V nus re ne contos escritos nos anos 40, escandalosamente expl citos, numa poca em que era muito raro ver uma mulher a assinar literatura er tica.

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    1. I was first introduced to Anais Nin by my boyfriend, who bought me a first edition of Little Birds on Valentines Day a couple of years ago. I was surprised to discover that it wasn't raunchy or esoteric at all, but very accessible, very beautiful, and (naturally) very sensual. At an estate sale recently I came across Delta of Venus and picked it up partly out of interest in Nin's writing and partly because it was a vintage book and I love vintage books. Delta of Venus is far sexier than Little B [...]

    2. 3.5/5Let's get one thing straight. This is erotica. Erotica erotica erotica erotica erotica. You know that phenomenon when you say something so many times that it temporarily loses its meaning? Firstly, it's a psychological phenomenon known as semantic satiation. Secondly, that's what I'm trying to do here with the word 'erotica'. Erotica erotica erotica erotica erotica. Run through that a few more times if you haven't sufficiently stripped yourself of assumptions, contextual peripheries, and al [...]

    3. I was rereading bits of this last night after seeing several one- or two-star reviews of it pop up in my feed recently. And scanning through some of the other GR reviews here, there's a lot of people objecting that it's ‘icky’ – one reviewer lists all the things that feature in Delta, things like incest, rape, paedophilia, and then just says, ‘Ew, right?’WELL NO NOT EW ACTUALLY. I mean yes, ew, if you like, of course a lot of these things may not be very appealing depending on your tas [...]

    4. Wow.I mean, I had never heard of this until recently when I had been dared to read it, and yes, I knew that I was getting into heavy erotica, but I hadn't expected it to be so damn good.Seriously. I'm not ashamed to admit that I was almost completely unable to stand up during most of the read, and because I was using text-t0-speech, that mean being rather unpleasantly surprised as I was up and about during my day.I wanted to scream out, "Oh, come on!" or "This isn't Fair!" at random people as I [...]

    5. Tricky oneIs there any way to write well about sex? Too much metaphor and the words themselves are destroyed in an orgy of filth, too little and it can become cold and clinical. The issues of gender politics, the fluidity of sexuality and sexual identity, and different sexual kinks also come into play. It’s a fine tightrope to balance on. And it disturbed me early on with the mention of children, oh God, this better not be anything like 120 Days of Sodom!, thankfully not, what follows are deep [...]

    6. A kaleidescopic array of tantalizing erotica. An "epidemic of erotic journals" that's indispensable to the most insatiable of aficionados. It is the best of its type; no doubt this may be the bible of this literary black-sheep genre! It smolders, it quickens the pulse (even if you're gay, even if you're a prude, even if you believe that this is not "your cup-a tea"). The charm of this experiment, or, "seeing (of) sexual experience from a woman's point of view" lies in its Russian Nesting dolls " [...]

    7. I think you have to be a little on the sick and twisted to get off on this book. Well, parts of it. Here are some examples of the icky ickiness Anais Nin writes about in Delta of Venus.-Dude lays in bed early in the morning, and some kids who live in the house come in and horse play around his room. He gets a hard on and encourages them to frolic about on top of the covers.-Same dude, decades later, takes custody of his teenage son and daughter. Then he fucks 'em.-A different dude burns some lad [...]

    8. A broke Anais Nin wrote porn at a dollar a page for an unknown collector who kept telling her to write less literary crap, more of the in and out. Which infuriated her, because she thought he was destroying everything interesting about sex. Which is basically the same debate people are having today about internet porn.And she keeps punishing him for it. In one story a woman has an erotic opium experience, and it's pretty hot I guess, and then suddenly it's like (view spoiler)["And then the guy a [...]

    9. AUTHOR WEBCAM!!- Hi there… my name’s Anais, what’s yours?- Oh, er… hi Anais! My name’s Pau---- Manny. My name is Manny.- Hi Manny. How are you tonight?- Oh I'm fine thank you. Er. you have a great laptop there.- Why thank you! It’s a Lenovo Ideapad. Do you think it looks cute?- Oh…yes.- You should see the things I can do with it.- Mm hmmm.- What would you like to see me do Manny? Would you like to see me type? Or…correct a manuscript? Do you want me to call my publisher? I can co [...]

    10. What is the difference between porn and erotica? Somebody much wittier than me said it was the lighting, but I honestly don't know.

    11. Como siempre he dicho, no soy de leer novela erótica, pero por una vez me apetecía leer algo así sin tener que aguantar a ningún macho alfa de los que abundan en las novelas románticas.

    12. Over a period of years, I tried to find what I could appreciate about Nin's writing. Sure, it was groundbreaking at the time it was written and critically, I guess that's important. It's pretty silly. I imagine college girls trying to copy Dita Von Teese's style read this in a dressing gown, drinking wine on some Urban Outfitters' silk bedspread before going out. That is enough to make me dislike it.

    13. Less Poetry!Most of the stories in "Delta of Venus" were written under a quasi-Oulipean constraint: they were commissioned by a collector of erotica who specified, "Concentrate on sex. Leave out the poetry."Anais Nin initially complied. However, "I began to write tongue-in-cheek, to become outlandish, inventive, and so exaggerated that I thought he would realise I was caricaturing sexuality."Back came the response, "Less poetry." The collector was looking for explicit, clinically precise descrip [...]

    14. The first erotica I read, and probably the last, because I can't imagine liking anything else as much I liked this. Well, except maybe more Anais Nin.I read it one summer during high school after discovering it in our guestroom closet. I hid the book in my pillowcase so that my mother wouldn't see me reading it. I went through it in about 3 days, and continually revisit it when I'm feeling particularly saucy.It's basically a series of short stories focusing around sexual perversions and explorat [...]

    15. What is, indeed, being “erotic”? Wherein lays its essence? Does it even have an essence, or a formula that one can follow and therefore achieve “eroticism”? Is it confined only to the feminine? Is age of any importance when it comes to it? Is there a difference between “erotic” and “sexual”? Are these two irrevocably intertwined? Is it the mind that is aroused, or the body? Can you achieve “eroticism” purely by matter of perception? What is considered erotic by an individual, [...]

    16. The following review contains little spoilers. Read at your own risk.Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin is a collection of erotic short stories. Seriously amazing short stories. I haven't technically "read" this book since I keep it on my bedside table and take little nibbles of it when I feel like it. I might reread some stories or skip ones altogether. Therefore, I'm going to be rating the stories individually. The Hungarian Adventurer: ★★★This one is disgusting. Rouging your vagina is one thi [...]

    17. I read this book while my heart was breaking in the Spring of 2009; stubborn & resistant to change, this was exactly the medicine I needed to break all the way open. It wasn't until I felt Anaïs' voice echoing inside me that I truly understood & respected what it means to be feminine, to accept, to renew, to hold & nurture, to passionately let go, & in the process become what I always felt a woman should be; warm, dark, fathomless ocean. Having a naturally very dominant, fiery, [...]

    18. Honestly? I liked this book. It is erotica but it is classic and I love everything that have been written so many years ago when I wasn't born yet and people still devour them like they were recently published.It's just that don't read this book straight in just few days. It could be numbing and lose its meaning. You see, the book is composed of short stories about sexual encounters and Anais Nin made sure that each story is different from the others by delving into different sexual subjects, mo [...]

    19. Anais Nin and a few of her writer friends were asked by an anonymous wealthy collector to write a series of Erotic short stories for $1.00 per page for his pleasure. However the collector was specific in the kind of erotica he wanted. Anais was to omit any warmth, emotion or poetry to her writing and only concentrate on the sex.Even though these restrictions were in place I don’t think I’ve ever read erotica so well written, it was polished, bold and wildly daring. She covers a range of sexu [...]

    20. След стр. 100 ми беше поомръзнало. Колкото и да са разнообразни ситуациите и комбинациите, в крайна сметка става дума за едно и също. Самите „ключови“ думи започват да се повтарят твърде често. В началото мислех, че заради първите разкази с чиста педофилия и садо-мазо фантази [...]

    21. Erotica is one thing that I appreciate and enjoy, but necrophilia, pedophilia, sadism (you don't burn someone's genitals is NOT OK), and so forth, is a different thing. I don't think the book is beautifully written either, and it is not creative at all. Clearly, Anais Nin tried to be original and perhaps that is why she felt the need to go that far; well, perhaps that should have been expected if we remember that she had an incestuous relationship with her dad, and was married to two guys at the [...]

    22. The people I follow on tumblr seem to absolutely adore Anais Nin and they have reblogged or posted some very choice quotes and excerpts from her writing that made me give into curiosity and borrow some of her works from the library. A few other times when I’ve tried erotic fiction I end up laughing because the writing is just so cheesy and phrases are so overused; but I don’t think I once laughed in ridiculousness when I read this book. My cheeks flushed regularly going through the book thou [...]

    23. A memoria forse è il primo vero libro erotico che ho letto, nel senso di appartenente in maniera inequivocabile al genere.L’erotismo in un libro lo apprezzo, a volte in una lettura lo ricerco, ma deve essere uno dei tanti ingredienti che costruiscono la storia, se diventa un monoargomento o un libro di genrere, una indigestione di situazioni erotiche allora la cosa finisce per annoiare.Detto questo Il delta di Venere ha, innanzitutto, un titolo esplicativo e perfetto; in alcune parti è una l [...]

    24. So I'd like to justify the two stars by firstly saying that I in no way found this 'ok.' (In. No. Way). I'd just hate to give it one, given the eloquence of Nin's writing. It'd be brutal to shred it completely. Nin is masterful, stylish and even tantalising with her pen. The passages are strikingly exuberant in feel. Ethereal, almost. There's an almost unbelievably aesthetic feel to the book as a whole, so much so that it feels like the stories themselves are quite veiled, which is a peculiarly [...]

    25. Anaïs Nin's Delta of Venus was published posthumously in 1977, but was largely written in the 1940s. It contains 15 short erotica stories, all of which were written for a private "collector". And it is what it is really, a mixture of stories from various character viewpoints, some of which tie in with each other, detailing a variety of sexual encounters, passions and desires.The one thing about erotica is that you can't really read too much of it, because it just gets boring after a while - pro [...]

    26. I had to make this book one of my must-have-list-of-book. So far it’s the best erotica literary writings I ever read. It literally makes you wet yourself. What really intriguing is what Anais explain in her preface (which adapted from her diaries). Doing it for a dollar a page, which apparently create one of her best collections of erotic stories. She needed the money to pay her and her friends living expenses, which she described that “Everyone around me irresponsible, unconscious of the sh [...]

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