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Who invented sex

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Harold Robbins was the man who invented sex. Not the actual act, nor its literary depiction, but the way it was represented in mass-market fiction. The "godfather of the airport novel" if not the creator of the bonkbuster changed the face of post-war popular fiction with steamy tales such as The Betsy , The Lonely Lady , The Pirate and his classic, The Carpetbaggers. During his year career he died in he sold an estimated million books and, in the process, transformed himself into a brand. In the pre-Robbins world, readers looking for literary sex had to find it within the pages of elite, more highbrow writers such as James Joyce, DH Lawrence and Henry Miller. Robbins wrenched sex into the mainstream.

The man who invented sex

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His readers loved his steamy tales of money, soft porn, drugs, corruption, greed and, just sometimes, redemption. But, obsessed with fame and fortune, Robbins was a deeply complex and often controversial man, and even his closest friends and lovers could only guess at the past of the man behind the perma-tanned mask and gigantic mirrored sunglasses. This is the fascinating story of his extraordinary life. The Times. Blake Morrison, Guardian.

Never Enough: A Writer’s Life of Sex, Drugs and Excess

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