KAMA SUTRA  

Doo_Wa_Ditty 49F
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6/16/2006 8:12 pm

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8/31/2006 12:14 am

KAMA SUTRA

The Complete Kama Sutra. The First Unabridged Modern Translation of the Classic Indian Text. Translated by Alain Danielou. Park Street Press. Rochester, Vermont. Translation copyright 1994.


TurnLock 59M
576 posts
6/16/2006 9:44 pm

As a new blogger this isn't the type of post you want to make. You attracted my interest but gave me a library reference. If you had provided any insight about the Kama Sutra I wouldn't feel tricked to read this post. If you mentioned your favorite position or told a story relating to this it would have been better. As it stands people will come see this post and think that this is the best you have to offer and not come back. Entertain us, even if it's a boring review, make the effort to put your spin on it. I wish you luck.


Doo_Wa_Ditty 49F

8/31/2006 12:00 am

To all the respondents of this post, please forgive my egregious delay in making replies. I was completely unaware that I could or even should. But of course, time should be taken to provide feedback and great thanks for your interest and comments to my blog. I hope you will all accept my sincere apology for my carelessness (8/31/06)

TurnLock your disappointment in this post is unfortunate. As I explained in your blog, I have a very specific reason for why this reference is here a blog entry.

BigDaddySpawn thank you for your comments they are very apropos in this and so many topics!


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