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Wolfe scoops Bad Sex award
Wolfe scoops Bad Sex award | Books | The Guardian
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The annual prize is awarded to the worst description of sex in a contemporary novel. Wolfe triumphed with the following - edited - passage:. Slither slither slither slither went the tongue, but the hand that was what she tried to concentrate on, the hand, since it has the entire terrain of her torso to explore and not just the otorhinolaryngological caverns Wolfe's third novel is set in an imaginary elite Ivy League university and is seen through the eyes of his eponymous heroine - a shy, virginal country girl who is initially shocked by the decadence and excess she encounters. Wolfe spent four years roaming the campuses of America's top universities researching the novel and claimed in a Guardian interview that "I have tried to make the sex un-erotic.