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I think the book still resonates because of how the mother, Corrine, behaves when she’s liberated from her children. This book taps into that primal fear, when as we come of age sexually we begin to realize that our parents were once young, too, and beautiful. Daphne Merkin’s essay on her spanking fetish caused a sensation in 1996 when it first appeared in the phenomenon, this admission might seem a little quaint. She goes to parties, dresses up, dates and falls in love. Seventeenth century London is also a vivid character, the city and all its changes and challenges (The Plague! So for these books, it’s not so much the content that was memorable as was the sense of graduating to higher levels of smuttiness and the attendant drama surrounding their procurement. It is, I believe, in the same league as ), what I remember the most about these books was how damn hard it was to get my hands on them.But at the time it was shocking, primarily because she also admitted she was no sexual dynamo.And it proved that sometimes the only way you can deliver the shock is on the page, not the screen.

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If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. So Far is the first compilation album by Israeli dubstep artist Borgore, released on July 26, 2011, through Sumerian Records.

It is Borgore's first release on Sumerian Records and serves as a greatest hits collection with tracks from all of Borgore's previous releases.

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