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    Lobster (Paperback) By (author) Guillaume Lecasble, Translated by Polly Mchean

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    Short Description for Lobster Aboard the Titanic, Lobster watches Angelina devour his father, before being plucked out of the aquarium himself. Just as he is put in the boiling pot, the ship hits the iceberg and the pot is thrown to the floor. Lobster survives, with some changes: he finds himself sexually attracted not only to a human, but to the very human who ate his father. He gives her one life-changing orgasm before their tragic separation, following an ugly incident in one of the lifeboats.Thus begins a love story like no other. But this is not only a surreal concept. Lecasble's rich symbolism - about the shells we build to protect ourselves, the difficulty of communication, an...
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  • Aboard the Titanic, Lobster watches Angelina devour his father, before being plucked out of the aquarium himself. Just as he is put in the boiling pot, the ship hits the iceberg and the pot is thrown to the floor. Lobster survives, with some changes: he finds himself sexually attracted not only to a human, but to the very human who ate his father. He gives her one life-changing orgasm before their tragic separation, following an ugly incident in one of the lifeboats.Thus begins a love story like no other. But this is not only a surreal concept. Lecasble's rich symbolism - about the shells we build to protect ourselves, the difficulty of communication, and the profound changes engendered by love - is further enhanced by powerfully erotic, vivid prose.