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Linda Jaivin
Linda Jaivin is the bestselling author, and also a translator (from Chinese)‚ essayist and writer on Chinese politics and culture. She lives in Sydney.

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Dim Sum & Then Some Presents: Sex and Literature Updated: 9.8.2010
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Sarah Passmore with Linda Jaivin - Part. 1 (Warning: Adult content with indecent language)
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Dim Sum & Then Some Presents: Sex and Literature
Date: Saturday, 13 March 2010
Time: 18:30 - 20:00
Place: M1NT, 108 Hollywood Road, Central

Warning: Adult content with indecent language

Linda Jaivin shared her thoughts on the often complex relationship between literature and sex. How has the erotic domain of human experience inspired authors and readers across the centuries, and how have authors writing about sex prevailed over the mores, prejudices and taboos of their times?

Jaivin, whose book Eat Me is a comic-erotic cult classic, talked with Sarah Passmore about sex and literature.
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A Most Immoral Woman - by Linda Jaivin - Read More
Publisher: Harper Collins
Publication Date: March 1, 2010
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ISBN-13: 9780732282776
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Linda Jaivin's Book
A Most Immoral Womanby Linda Jaivin
2010 Man Hong Kong