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Top 10 Literary Menages: The Guardian

Ewan Morrison, the UK author of three novels which explore modern relationships and sexuality: Ménage, Distance and Swung, gave his favorite top 10 literary menages a trois for The Guardian. Apparently, he read our book Three in Love VERY CLOSELY. He wrote:

Three in Love: Ménages à Trois from Ancient to Modern Times by Barbara Foster, Michael Foster and Letha Hadady

“The only authoritative history of the ménage from the middle ages to the 1990s, written in three different styles by three authors who apparently live together in a ménage à trois. A little woolly at times, and very American in its positivity, it’s nevertheless invaluable as a source for the curious. The list of historical “ménagers” within is astounding.”

We don’t know what “woolly” means and we don’t mind being called “positive.” Three is a nice number for positive love stories as well as deadly triangles. The photo above is of Jules, Jim and Catherine, the book and movie based on the historic menage a trois of Henri Roche. See their love story in Three in Love.

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