Category Archives: Olds (Sharon)

Sex without Love

Sex without love, as Sharon Olds frames it, requires a fascistic narcissism.

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The Horror of Sex without Love

Sex without love, the subject of several sex comedies this past summer, was also an issue explored by poets and playwrights in the British Restoration.

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