(From the publisher):
Subtitled "the amorous recollections of Andras Vajda," this wildly funny, affectionate, and penetrating novel is "dedicated to older women and is addressed to young men." Recalling with irony and insight his youthful love affairs with girls his own age and with mature women -- both in Europe and in Canada -- Vajda (now a middle-aged thirty) writes a book of memory and advice: that a woman of a certain age -- say thirty-five -- can be more graceful, more intelligent, a better lover and a more delightful companion in sex, than all the nubile young girls and perpetual teen-agers idolized in advertising, films, and fiction.
Original title: In Praise of Older Women
Genre: Fiction→ Adult/Mature Content
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Aging