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Posted December 9, 2011
After discovering Isadora Wing in Jong¿s Fear of Flying, we now are able to peak into her life in Parachutes & Kisses.
Now we discover she is much more settled but still faces over reaching conflicts of finding companionship, love, and a satisfying sex life.
Set in the eighties, what Isadora discovers is that the world has changed a bit since her hard charging single sixties and seventies and at this stage of her life she plunges back in.
What you will find is her ventures with boy toys, mature lovers, and delving back to flicker romance from her long so long ago youth.
What makes Jong¿s writings so enjoyable to me are that as the reader you are able to experience the world through the lenses of a woman. Not saying that men are more logical or right, buy we thing differently.
What we observe as erratic woman behavior is simply just a different means in operating and living in our face paced world.
In the end you root for Isadora that she may find the love, happiness, and sexual satisfaction that she desperately seeks.
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Posted April 18, 2012
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