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From tantalizing spins on fairy tales to perilous questions of gender and identity, misled never takes words at face value. Shifts in syntax and self mirror shifts in health and sexuality while humor, angst and eroticism become the backdrop in a passion play on words. A girl's first crush on a boy transforms into passionate lesbian dreams and encounters. An incomplete memo...more
Paperback, 98 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Red Deer Press
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paulo costa
This book is best enjoyed with one's clothes off. Slippery words rub against the tongue, slide and rivulet around the lips like dripping ice cream in summer, "does your tongue recoil at mistaken objects, salt for sugar, butter for cheeses, wasabi for toothpaste, potpourri for popcorn, croquettes for coquettes questions for Christian crepes for craps caps for cups tit for tat that's that nought's enough loose lips slink lips."

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