The Woman Thing
One of author Daimler's more unusual works, involving debates about philosophy, madness, religion, and the screaming tender demon inside. Martha and Macdonald sit in Paris, debate and chat, and need, and desire, and reject... And have lots of sex. First published 1958 as no. 61 in the Traveller's Companion Series.
Paperback, 132 pages
Published December 1st 2004 by Olympiapress.com
(first published 1958)
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Miz Daimler, who later published 2 books under her own name (Iris Owens), gives us a hilarious porny time in Paris where she wrote with utmost spontaneity, to keep from starving, 4 or 5 DBs (Dirty Books) for Maurice Girodias. She later returned to US, married and divorced an Iranian prince and found herself with a huge writer's block for the rest of her life. Under a nom de plume, she shows that there is nothing like a Daim. "She let him pat her wet thighs and her dry belly and then graduate up...more