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Big Breasts and Wide Hips: A Novel (Arcade Classics)
Big Breasts and Wide Hips: A Novel (Arcade Classics)
In his latest novel, Mo Yan—arguably China’s most important contemporary literary voice—recreates the historical sweep and earthy exuberance of his much acclaimed novel Red Sorghum. In a country where patriarchal favoritism and the primacy of sons survived multiple revolutions and an ideological earthquake, this epic novel is first and foremost about women, with the female body serving as the book’s central metaphor. The protagonist, Mother, is born in 1900 and married at seventeen into the Shangguan family. She has nine children, only one of whom is a boy—the narrator of the book. A spoiled and ineffectual child, he stands in stark contrast to his eight strong and forceful female siblings.

Mother, a survivor, is the quintessential strong woman who risks her life to save several of her children and grandchildren. The writing is picturesque, bawdy, shocking, and imaginative. The structure draws on the essentials of classical Chinese formalism and injects them with extraordinarily raw and surprising prose. Each of the seven chapters represents a different time period, from the end of the Qing dynasty up through the Japanese invasion in the 1930s, the civil war, the Cultural Revolution, and the post-Mao years. Now in a beautifully bound collectors edition, this stunning novel is Mo Yan’s searing vision of twentieth-century China.

Big Day Out 05 – Burlesque Babes (or "A View-Count Experiment.").

Big Day Out 05 - Burlesque Babes (or "A View-Count Experiment.").
Digging through the archives again. Can’t believe I never showed this one before.

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Big Day Out 05 – Winner (or" Another View-Count Experiment.").

Big Day Out 05 - Winner (or" Another View-Count Experiment.").
Once upon a time, there was also … Bradbury.

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Little Book of Big Breasts
Big endowments + small package: major savings

“Dear Sir/Madam” begins the missive from an imaginary correspondent. “I love big breasts as much as the next man, but here in Lilliput your Big Book of Breasts is just too ungainly for my tiny bookshelf, not to mention my Lilliputian hands. Couldn’t you make a petite edition that still features 150 or so magnificently endowed ladies from the golden age of natural curves for those like me, who live life small? And while you’re at it, could you make it highly affordable, since my pockets are as shallow as this premise?”

Done! The Little Book of Big Breasts features over 150 celebrated big breast models from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, including Michelle Angelo, Virginia Bell, Roxanne Brewer, Joan Brinkman, Lorraine Burnette, Lisa Deleeuw, Uschi Digard, Sylvia McFarland, Chesty Morgan, Roberta Pedon, Rosina Revelle, Janie Reynolds, Candy Samples, Tempest Storm, Mary Waters, June Wilkinson, and Julie Wills, plus Guinness Book of World Records bra-buster Norma Stitts in a compact and inexpensive soft-cover format. Photos come not just from the original 398-page Brobdingnagian edition, but from subsequent Big Breast Calendars, meaning that 40% of the content is unique to this edition. Add a reduced text to make more room for the stunning black and white and color photos and how could anyone—big, small, or in-between—ask for a better deal?

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More bang for your buck! “…a fast-food, high-energy fix on the topic at hand.”
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