Eros: A Journey of Multiple Loves

Eros: A Journey of Multiple LovesEros A Journey Of Multiple Loves Is A Poignant Memoir That Explores The Evolution Of Erotic Love Through The International And Transcultural Journeys Of An Extraordinary Woman This Captivating Book Chronicles The Life Of Polyamorous Advocate And Postmodern Nomad Serena Anderlini D Onofrio, Whose Skillful Prose Takes Readers Along The Bold Twists And Turns Of Her Life, And Her Irreverent Critiques Of Society, Education, And SexualityIn Eros, Anderlini D Onofrio Describes Her Formative Years In The Politically Charged Italy Of The S And As Well As Her Development As An Independent Woman And Single Mother In America From Her Educational Beginnings To Her Love Of Nudity And Freedom From Bodily Inhibitions, The Author Reveals Her Innermost Thoughts And Shares The Wisdom Life Has Blessed Her With She Candidly Narrates Both Her Journey Over The Treacherous Path From Graduate Student To Educator In California, And From A Straight And Monogamous Young Adulthood To An Alternative And Fulfilling LifestyleAn Extraordinary Read For Those Who Want To Expand Their Horizons, Eros Is An Engaging And Honest Testimony Of A Passage Into Unconventional Realms Of Growth, Self Discovery, The Erotic, And The Many Possibilities For Love Follow The Emergence Of This Exceptional Woman Who S Made A Career Of Defying Convention For The Sake Of Integrity A Woman Well Worth Getting To Know

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  • Paperback
  • 223 pages
  • Eros: A Journey of Multiple Loves
  • Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio
  • English
  • 21 May 2018
  • 9781560235729

15 thoughts on “Eros: A Journey of Multiple Loves

  1. says:

    Through beautiful prose, the author describes the intersection of multiple oppressions her life as a woman, as an emigre, and as a bisexual Despite this fascinating subject matter, the style was very narrative and formal, and it didn t hold my attention.

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