In real life, as everyone knows, sex at its best is coarse. The romantic novelists, the sex therapists and the tabloid confessions may have you believe otherwise, but Michael Green knows the truth, and here, in the most hilarious and penetrating of his bestselling 'The Art of Coarse...' series, he exposes some of the lies of the great game. The dismal failure of out-door sex, the ghastly complexities and consequences of furtive affairs, whether in the office or in your best friend's car, the mysteries of sexual attraction and holiday romances, sex for the flagging middle-aged and sex in peculiar places are all fearlessly discussed. Being coarse doesn't prevent sex from being fun, however, and Michael Green, in his search to get to the bottom of Man's perennial fixation, has produced his funniest, wickedest, wittiest expose yet. It puts the French into belles lettres.
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Michael Green's books can be considered contemporary classics - his devastating advice on a wide range of activities from acting to Rugby Union has established The Art of Course as part of the language. The series has sold over a million copies around the world, been translated into several languages, and adapted for the stage and television.
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Book Description Hutchinson, 1981. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-226-30-7600007