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Copyright 1970 by John Norman
Published by DAW Books, Inc., New York
DAW Fiction 88677-UE2038
Fourth Printing - year ()
EAN 978-0-88677-038-9 | ISBN 0-88677-038-6
Format: Paperback | (eBook) | (Current)
US 3.95 | 300 pages
Coverart by Gino D'Achille
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By the Author of the Gor Novels.
Here in this place, her meaning as a women is clear. Here, apart from symbols and disguises, she stands as a woman, the prize od a man. Does she understand? Is the meaning of her excruciatingly desirable body now brought home to her? Does she understand the significance of her sex; that she is female, that the nature has designed her for a man?
Yes, thought Chance, she is very beautiful, marvellously incredible beautiful -- Miss Lucia Turner, educated Eastern gentle -- Women, sophisticated and redefined, feminist captive female -- suddenly captive female. Reduced utterly, she, Miss Lucia Turner, gifted and beautiful, to ancient primitive essentialities -- Owned literally owned.
Ghost Dance is a novel of a man and women of so called civilization versus the traditions of a proud and once - great people, told with all the vigour and passion that characterize John Norman's best-selling Gor novels.
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