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Miss Don't Touch Me, Vol. 2 by Hubert
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Apr 12, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, graphic_novels
Read in April, 2011

This sequel didn't have the hair-raising hijinks of the first novel, and instead centers on the emotional issues and social expectations of women & men in pre-20th century France. Miss Don't Touch Me is still at the French brothel and now wants to leave. Similar to American sharecroppers & mining companies at around the same time, though, the brothel charges exhorbant fees for necessary items so that employees are constantly paying off debts and can never leave.

The end of the book made me very sad, and the reading was all the more delicious because of that; the very last pages were cherry-toppings on the sad :) It seems as if there will be a sequel, from the way the author has set things up, but it's hard to tell. I hope so!

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