His Wondrous Journey: Four Tales Of The Sixties

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Nov 06,  · What was it like in the Sixties. In our hedonistic times it seems inconceivable that virginity was once a sacred duty. These four linked tales take us through the first sexual experience, the frustrations of marriage, the breakthrough to adulterous freedom and the consequences for families.

They show the courage of the ordinary men and women who led the way into a new era of sexual freedom. His Wondrous Journey (Four Tales of the Sixties) Fiction Published: Nov.

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Bob Simmons is a wonderful. Read "His Wondrous Journey: Four Tales Of The Sixties" by Robert E. Simmons available from Rakuten Kobo. These four stories tell the tale of the Sixties.

What was it like to live in this period. The first story is set on the Brand: Robert E. Simmons. These four stories tell the tale of the Sixties. What was it like to live in this period. The first story is set on the Spanish island of Ibiza, where young Samuel White tries to make sense of his first sexual experience- with a married woman- only to find himself surprised by a very different encounter.

When the beautiful librarian helps him with his essay on William Blake the innocent Samuel White- a child of the Fifties- finds himself flung into the vortex of the sexual revolution. These four tales tell the story of the Sixties, a decade when the mores of the Fifties turned inside out and immersed both men.

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