The Pillow Boy of the Lady Onogoro

The Pillow Boy of the Lady Onogoro This exquisite exuberant X rated novel Mirabella set in feudal Japan tells the story of a concubine who hires a stable boy to whisper erotic stories from behind a screen while she entertains her

  • Title: The Pillow Boy of the Lady Onogoro
  • Author: Alison Fell Arye Blower
  • ISBN: 9780156004688
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • This exquisite, exuberant, X rated novel Mirabella , set in feudal Japan, tells the story of a concubine who hires a stable boy to whisper erotic stories from behind a screen while she entertains her master, a samurai general.

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    Alison Fell Arye Blower

    Alison Fell is a Scottish poet and novelist who lives in London.

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    • Joselito Honestly and Brilliantly

      (Dec 05, 2019 - 20:27 PM)

      Supposedly there was a real "The Pillow Boy of the Lady Onogoro" written by a renowned Japanese poet during the Heian era. I don't know when that era was, but I am sure it was a long time ago because the original manuscript of the book had disappeared and only some "fragmentary variants" have been found. As is usual with whatever is lost, or does not exist, the imagination took over. This was the fruit of Alison Fell's imaginative musings about this lost masterpiece of ancient Japan--stories wit [...]

    • Lady Onogoro, a self-made woman in the 11th century Japanese imperial court, has a problem: her lover and patron doesn’t excite her. Not wanting to hurt his feelings or lose his protection, Onogoro enlists the services of a blind stableboy. He whispers erotic stories in her ear during coitus, and Onogoro’s wealthy patron leaves happy, convinced that he’s pleased his concubine. Except…things happen. Scandal! Drama! Spies! Unlikely love!I do love when random, uneducated book purchases go r [...]

    • I loved The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon, and I adore literary plays, adaptations, and the like, though I'm too often disappointed. This one had some nice moments--women empowered by their bodies, storytelling and poetry having magical roles--but ultimately, it was difficult to feel grounded in the text.

    • in the style of the great works of heian literature with a sense of mischief. exquisite but also robust. and a lot, lot shorter than genji.

    • Die ästhetische Aufmachung des Buches verdient fünf Sterne. Die satten dunklen Farben, erhellt von silbernen Lettern und erotischen Illustrationen, sind wunderschön. Entfernt man den Umschlag hält man ein Buch aus tiefroten Samt in den Händen. Herrlich!Weniger wusste mich der Inhalt zu überzeugen, der hier und da zwar eine ansprechende Geschichte des blinden Stalljungen Oyu hervorzauberte, aber die Rahmenhandlung mich zunehmend langweilte und ich einige Erzählungen zu absonderlich fand.

    • There used to be an extraordinary book store in DC that had a plush calendar of visiting authors who would read their books. It went out of business thanks to Borders. Oh those many many pleasurable hours I spent there in the company of Susan Sontag, Paul Auster, Gunter Grass, China Achebe, et. al. This marvelous writer read from this book in one of the most memorable of the readings I attended. Her thick Scottish accent charmed the socks off me. I would've bought the book merely for the joy of [...]

    • Peejay Who Once Was Minsma

      (Dec 05, 2019 - 20:27 PM)

      Really beautiful writing and a captivating, fanciful story. It's set in 11th century Japan and centers around a young woman poet at the Imperial court. She's befriended by the great woman poet Izumi Shikibu and many lovely translations of the short Japanese poetry of Izumi are scattered throughout, as well as the poems of our heroine, the Lady Onogoro. Back in the day, there were many respected women poets in the Japanese court. But the heart of the story revolves around the fact that Lady O can [...]

    • This is a sexy book. It mixes romance and erotic storytelling with high-court machinations. It took me a while to get into and to finish because I was only reading it at night, but it lends itself well to episoodic reading.

    • Melynda Yesenia

      (Dec 05, 2019 - 20:27 PM)

      for something i picked up in broad daylight in a mormon-esque bookstore, this just escapes being porn.

    • This book is erotic and x rated. In fact, one scene was a bit disturbing for me. However, Lady Onogoro is very resourceful, and I always enjoy historical context.

    • Really liked it

    • Sexy, yes, but this is well-written literature with an eastern edge.

    • This book is so good, hot, and bizarre. A concubine of a military guy hires a blind boy to whisper sweet and dirty talk in her ear while she is performing her concubinely duties. Yeeow!

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