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My Adventures with la Femme Charmee
     

My Adventures with la Femme Charmee

by David St.-Lascaux
 
My Adventures with la Femme Charmee, the New York City travelog/diary of the New York Flaneur as told to alter ego David St.-Lascaux, is a rollicking, riveting true story, and groundbreaking combination of cultural celebration and explicit erotica.
Completing a family of diaries set in several of the Great Western Cities, and modeled after those of Samuel Pepys,

Overview

My Adventures with la Femme Charmee, the New York City travelog/diary of the New York Flaneur as told to alter ego David St.-Lascaux, is a rollicking, riveting true story, and groundbreaking combination of cultural celebration and explicit erotica.
Completing a family of diaries set in several of the Great Western Cities, and modeled after those of Samuel Pepys, John Evelyn and James Boswell (London) and Anais Nin (Paris), My Adventures introduces le Flaneur and his exuberant co-protagonist and titular heroine, the Enchanted Woman. My Adventures notes numerous events (art, dance, music and theater), boldfaces the many talented New Yorkers le Flaneur meets, incorporates wide-ranging references to poetry and literature, details la Femme Charmee's gastronomic delights, and notes aesthetic landmarks to provide a flavor of living in New York City today.
Diary entries in My Adventures alternate with blushing "pink pages"; (les pages rouges), documentary erotica in Google French followed by translations into English. These humorous, explicit entries deliciously detail le Flaneur's sex life with la Femme Charmee.
My Adventures with la Femme Charmee is unabridged. My Adventures is also published as a trilogy: The Fountain, Her Secret and High Five.
My Adventures will be of interest to today's readers for its encyclopedic cultural references and uninhibited eroticism, and to future generations for its incisive expression of the Zeitgeist of New York City in the early Twenty-first Century.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016263137
Publisher:
Esequiturs
Publication date:
02/02/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
14 MB
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Meet the Author

David St.-Lascaux is a poet, author, diarist and journalist. His poetry resides online at Interrupting Infinity (www.davidstlascaux.com), which also contains Third Party Poetry, invitational poems by littérateurs not St.-L.

St.-L is author of My Adventures with la Femme Charmee, a cultural/epicurean/erotic diary chronicling a year in New York City; the literary erotica prose poems L’Oubliette, or Plan A and Petit Soubresaut de Mon Cœur (My Little Heartbreak; the latter performed at the Bowery Poetry Club); and e*sequiturs, an interactive e-book of ergodic infornography (online at www.esequiturs.com).

Journalistically, St.-L writes cultural criticism about art, dance, music and poetry for the Brooklyn Rail.

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