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This section, from Jean Roberta’s “A Well-Placed Pinch,” shows how one of the contributors has managed to compile something contemporary with a clever suggestion of Shakespearean gender ambiguity. "I am intrigued, my lad," announced Olivia to an invisible audience. "What secret could you be hiding? And finally Rachel Kramer Bussel brings us home with “For the Very First Time.” A clever story about the first time a couple are going to have sex, this story – of a woman in her forties and a young musician – has deft layers.

Pages: 146

Publisher: PageTurner (August 16, 2003)

ISBN: B000FBFLNU

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