Don’t Touch by Anne-Gabriel Meusnier de Querlon is a fun, lively, first-ever English translation of an 18th century French libertine novella with a narrative technique that drops the soutanes, lifts the wimples, and pushes the boundaries of the novel – 150 years ahead of its time. Erotic, sacrilegious, funny and infectious, it is the “amorous true story,” as told by herself, Saint Nitouche, a Carmelite Extern Nun, whose “taste for pleasure and vocation for retreat” bump up against each other in surprisingly modern and eternally scandalous ways in the convent and in the bawdy house. Still scandalous today – if you’re easily scandalized, don’t read this book! – it is like Thérèse Finds Happiness, but without the philosophy.
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