Fear of Flying (40th Anniversary Edition) by Erica Jong

By Erica Jong

Tired of her marriage, a psychoanalyst’s spouse embarks on a wild, life-changing affair

After 5 years, Isadora Wing has come to a crossroads in her marriage: may still she and her husband remain jointly or get divorced? Accompanying her husband to an analysts’ convention in Vienna, she ditches him and moves out on her personal, crisscrossing Europe looking for a guy who can encourage uninhibited ardour. yet, as she involves examine, liberation and happiness aren't unavoidably an analogous factor. A literary sensation while first released in 1973, worry of Flying validated Erica Jong as considered one of her generation’s most effective voices on intercourse and feminism. approximately 4 a long time later, the radical has misplaced none of its perception, verve, or jaw-dropping wit. This publication incorporates a new advent by way of Fay Weldon, in addition to an illustrated biography of Erica Jong, together with infrequent images and never-before-seen records from the author’s own assortment.

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