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by Robert Krepps

  • ISBN: 0426068084
  • Author: Robert Krepps
  • ePub ver: 1836 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 254
  • Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd; New edition edition (August 23, 1972)
  • Formats: txt doc lrf azw
  • Category: Fiction
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by. Krepps, Robert . 1919-.

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Quendant
Here are some highlights from Fancy's dust jacket:

Meet 19-year-old [bi-sexual] Fancy, the most beguiling, unsettling, and totally disarming young hoyden to leap from the pages of a book in many a day. Shockingly frank, with an avid appetite - whether for food, drink, sex, love or self-knowledge - Fancy Kittay is a genuine original.

Mistress to 46-year-old Luther Mustaff, the self-made glass king of Pittsburgh's industrial royalty...She was raised by her Daddy to use her mind, and having read voraciously for years, she is a grab bag of allusions, quotes, songs and sayings.

Her hair is sable, her skin is rosy brown, and although she wishes that she had a little more balcony and a little less butt, the year is 1925 and figures like Fancy's are fashionable.

Her emergence from ripe nymphethood to young maturity is recorded with relish, wit and sympathy.

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In the novel, after two years of being Mustaff's mistress, one night Fancy decides to leave him. She said, "I won't live off somebody who keeps me around because I'm young, a good lay and can be bullied..."

Fancy considers leaving Mustaff for Paul Hawkins, the young "private poet and plaything" of Mrs. Ardyth Rushingford, a middle-aged socialite . However, Fancy is turned off by Hawkins' dependency upon Mrs. Rushingford. She said, "And I won't bunk with anyone who hasn't the nerve to be a man, either."

Fancy decides to move in with Mrs. Rushingford, but their bi-sexual affair is short lived after Fancy is freaked out by Mrs. Rushingford over-the-top milk bath.

Ultimately, Fancy went full circle and moved in with...

The Allure of Nymphets
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Jonariara
An entertaining novel with a main character (Fancy Kittay) you come to know and love. It's almost stream of consciousness at times and Krepp's word play is engaging (most of Krepps writing work was science fiction and novelizations of 1950s-60s movies such as "El Cid", yet his novelizations are some of the best of the type ever penned). Bisexuality is a large part of this novel, and it's rather innocently and lovingly portrayed. The action takes place over the span of several hours during one Gatsbyish 1920s party set in a mansion in a wealthy Pittsburgh, Pa. neighborhood. The details of Pittsburgh of the era seem very accurate (Krepps was a native of Pittand was a child during the Roaring '20s). My paperback edition trumpets "soon to be a major movie!". Alas, a Hollywood version of "Fancy" was never produced. It would have been glorious.

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