New Book Announcement:
Natural Love, and the Unnatural Attacks Against It
by Emanuel di Pasquale
From the Introduction:
When a man and woman are truly together, in the full sense of loving genital contact and deep happiness, nearly the whole world turns against them. People’s fear, misery and hate often leaves them incapable of tolerating the Natural Love of others, which then elicits jealousy, spite, contempt and attack. Over the millennia, natural love has always been persecuted, hammered severely, and it continues to be so today.
Professor and Poet Laureate Emanuel di Pasquale presents us with a marvelous new volume of his essays and poems on this question, of Natural Love, and the Unnatural Attacks Against It. He draws upon Melville’s Billy Budd, from Blake’s poems about youthful virgins, from the struggles of Hawthorne’s Hester, with a beautiful child from a man not her husband, and from Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley, trapped in marriage to a cruel and impotent man. di Pasquale also draws upon the clinical understandings of the late Wilhelm Reich, a primary advocate and scientifi c investigator of natural love, to remind us of what we are missing, have lost, and risk to continue losing.
Emanuel di Pasquale has brought back to life these often forgotten authors and their important core writings and message, on the central role of love in sexuality.
94 pages, perfectbound paperback. $12.95 + shipping.
Available to ship in the USA and Internationally in about two weeks.
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Also available by special order thorough your favorite bookstore.
Other web-based bookstores should pick up this title in the near future.