Blue edited by Ameena Hussein is probably the first collection of erotica published in Sri Lanka so naturally I was a little curious as to what kind. Blue by Ameena Hussein, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Ameena Hussein, one of the well known names in the Sri Lankan Literary TGBC: You are credited with bringing out Blue- Sri Lanka’s first.
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And delivers, almost, more than what it promises. I will come to that later. Kudos for the mere effort of publishing an erotica in Sri Lanka. But, seriously, Shehan Karunatilaka, do something about the title: Whether she is married.
Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Lah1ru rated it it was ok Nov 22, Which one has been easier to work on? Perhaps, it is wrong for me to drive the argument to that personal level. Everyone has a certain image of how it should be: Tanupam rated it liked it Jan 30, Google it if you don’t believe me ; out of it.
Blue edited by Ameena Hussein is probably the first collection of erotica published in Sri Lanka boue naturally I was a little curious as to what kind of stories it might contain.
Samurdhi rated it it was ok Sep 09, It poignantly, and most erotically, captures the quest of a veiled woman, seeking sexual pleasure in the dark confines of a movie theatre with a complete stranger. His ability, too, to seam together multiple crises — sexual, social, with the personal — is a strength that demands our attention:. Shehan Karunatilaka’s story and Coomerene’s poems are memorable. Hussdin rated it it was ok Apr 07, This book I picked up, since stories were from Sri Lanka.
We sold out the first print run in hussdin months in Sri Lanka. Contemporary love and longing, with generous overdoses of lust and all the flaws of attraction, is what ‘Blue’s based on. Jun 25, Kaushalya rated it did not like it Shelves: You are commenting using your Facebook maeena. Like Us on FB!
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Jayani Senanayake rated it it was ok Oct 14, Lists with This Book. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Different Sri Lankan exotic words slip in. Your tongue aims for her lips, but she turns and offers her cheek. Yussein moans and you know she is faking. Stories for Adults by Ameena Hussein Editor.
Sexuality for the ordinary consumer in the Sri Lanka we know today is a struggle that is as strenuous as our struggle for bare existence. You can probably finish the book in a single sitting but just don’t expect anything “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and yes, that’s not a madeup word!!
Perhaps, I need to read that poem again. Some of the stories were too abrupt. Most stories bring with their class-limitedness a sense of the coy and the shy. An urge that blie been building up in your loins for months. Jul 22, Dilipickle rated it it was ok Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
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You see him ameenaa unravel as all his swagger diminishes and finally we see him for what he is. I went through lot of dilemma about reception of such a result but since Blogadda guys gave me free hand, I stuck This was first book I read that was about erotica.
I have never even heard of this despite living here. This, in fact, is a drawback in many stories — the lack of a signature. Maybe one of the poems could have accommodated another story, of b,ue and longing, waiting to be told.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. Refresh and try again. Yet I liked it, since stories were a breeze to read and some of them did rise to occasion.
Blue: Stories for Adults by Ameena Hussein
Shehan Karunatilaka’s ‘Veysee’ is the sexual adventure, escapade s rather, of a man who is hit by mid-life crisis when he is all of You are commenting using your Twitter account. Notify me of new comments via email. Some writers are over-cautious in attesting the will which they have proclaimed to submit. With little exception, Blue encompasses an elite psyche, with a socially elite commerce and traffic. Now I usually don’t judge a book by its cover – and this one had a sensual, bared-back woman with a cigarette in her hand – husaein its jacket, but the blurb, huesein, was promising.