Ik Jan Cremer Derde Boek
Book, 21.5 x 13.6 cm, 543 p, language: Dutch, publisher: Amsterdam: De Bezige Bij, ISBN: 9789023429821.
Materials: ink, paper
Collection: Collection M HKA, Antwerp (Inv. no. B 2024/820).
Literary synopsis In the third part of the *Ik, Jan Cremer* series, the author tells what happened to him in England and the USA, where he enjoyed the international success of his previous novels. Although you can hardly expect (hetero)sexual revelations and violence today as shocking hard in 1964, *Ik, Jan Cremer 3* describes how the author especially loves women, or rather, a certain kind of women or, even better, a few specific parts of a certain kind of women. The book is a very detailed report of what you can do with those certain parts of certain women. [Novel website](http://www.jancremer.com/index.php?subpage=books/&page=ik3)
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Ik Jan Cremer 1
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