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What made the experience of listening to Memories of Another Day the most enjoyable?
This is my second book by Harold Robbins and my last. I turned one in because the first few chapters were vulgar sex scenes and language. He is a brilliant writer but I feel compelled to ask if he can write a novel with out the vulgar language. It is clear he does a great deal of research before he writes his stories and his writing is masterful. I knew nothing about the rise of trade unions and the battles that were found to preserve them. However, both in this novel and the last one, his male characters are 'alley cats.' They jump from bed to bed whether either party is married or not. And the women are the same. I find it hard to believe that women in the 1800's - 1900's used such disgusting language and that so many of them were sleeping around.