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Een heel klein scheepje by Chris Yperman
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Een heel klein scheepje (1959)

by Chris Yperman

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Een heel klein scheepje (Eng. "A tiny boat") is a short experimental novel by the female Flemish author Chris Yperman. The novel is written, using charged, poetic language, which, at times, makes understanding difficult, and creates a magic atmosphere. There is not much of a story, and, published in 1959, the novel's main idea, that women can take the initiative to seek out sexual pleasure, and sustain sexual relationships with two men, was still a bit scandalous at the time.

Re-reading is recommended to make the most of this wonderful short novel. ( )
  edwinbcn | May 18, 2014 |
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