Overview

Based on the "Kinsey Reports" where Dr. Alfred Kinsey conducted interviews with thousands of men and women on their sexual habits, Irving Wallace's blockbuster novel "The Chapman Report" concerns the interviewing of a number of society ladies from a community in California known only as "The Briars". These interviews, intended to extract data for a book on the sexual habits of married women, lead the reader on a trail through the lives and loves of several very different women, and the men in their lives. At the ...
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The Chapman Report

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Overview

Based on the "Kinsey Reports" where Dr. Alfred Kinsey conducted interviews with thousands of men and women on their sexual habits, Irving Wallace's blockbuster novel "The Chapman Report" concerns the interviewing of a number of society ladies from a community in California known only as "The Briars". These interviews, intended to extract data for a book on the sexual habits of married women, lead the reader on a trail through the lives and loves of several very different women, and the men in their lives. At the same time, the novel examines the lives of those conducting the interviews, their morals and motives, and at last becomes a treatise on love, and sex, and everything in between.

From the back cover of the 1960 paperback edition:

"Not just Wash. I wanted Perowitz and Lavine and Bardelli - I wanted them all..."
"I don't nkow how I could have endured marriage without Fred. He's so different from my husband."

At first it was asmusing. Then it was titillating. But as the respectable ladies of Briarwood Revealed the most intimate details of their sex lives to the eminent Dr. Chapman and his researchers, they found themselves face to face with long hidden emotions and dangerous desires.

The Chapman Report is an International Bestselling novel, made into a Warner Bros. movie starring Jane Fonda in one of her earliest roles.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012601940
  • Publisher: Crossroad Press
  • Publication date: 5/26/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 383
  • Sales rank: 415,722
  • File size: 2 MB

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