Kazijind Let me just say first that I have absolutely no problem with gratuitous sex. I read Nolita and it never felt alkssa icky as this novel. Bloggat om Unclean Jobs for Women and Girls. I was disappointed to read that this author te This could have been a good story of child sexual abuse from the perspective of a female pedophile — something perhaps worth exploring, but the author seems to be writing child porn for those who want to fantasize about sex with children. If this had been written by a male author there would be a public lynching at best or more likely calls for child pornography charges, but because it is a woman, it is edgy, and provocative.
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Published by now-defunct Starcherone Books, the original edition currently sells for over two hundred dollars on Amazon. It claims to address double standards like gender-based expectations of females, regarding beauty and the great extent of mischief that women may be forgiven provided they are young and beauteous.
The novel centres on a middle-school teacher who has sexual relations with her students. Nutting was inspired by Debra Lafave , a teacher charged with having sex with her under-age students in Nutting went to high school with Lafave; seeing someone she knew on the news raised her awareness of the issue of female predators. The book was banned in many bookstores for being too explicit.
When asked if it was difficult to come in and out of perspective with a deranged character Nutting replied: "It was like going under anesthesia—once I was inside it, I felt like I had to make the most of it because it was so difficult to go in and out. I ended up writing in really marathon sessions, hours at a time. It took me a while to become verbal again after writing. In Nutting gave birth to their daughter Sparrow Jane  before the couple split up.
Nutting lives in Iowa and is now married to writer and fellow Grinnell professor Dean Bakopoulos.
[Recensione] “La lezione” di Alissa Nutting