A Fable For Our Time by Thomas McLoughlin
a primordial mating ritual is resurrected with unexpected consequences

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A Fable For Our TimeHuman behavior is, to other humans, a constant source of entertainment and puzzlement: what pleases some horrifies others; what some run to, others run from. Sometimes the more one strives to steer one's life in a direct line, the more it goes astray; and at other times it collides directly into another's life coming the opposite way. Such is this tale; and it is also a narration of how very often humans, by carelessness and vindictiveness, destroy the very thing that attracts them. The description of human intimacy, necessary to demonstrate the natural progression of human bondage, is not intended to be vulgar, but may be too detailed for some readers.

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lectures in English at the University of Zimbabwe.
Published June 3, 2002 by iUniverse. 152 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction