The pregnant widow is a novel by the english writer martin amis published by jonathan cape on 4 february 2010 its theme is the feminist revolution which amis sees as incomplete and bewildering for women echoing the view of the 19th century russian writer . The pregnant widow is a literary view of one mans fixation on womens bodies who knew that all that playboy stuff was for real i think one can probably generalize amis obsessions to the male of the specis. The pregnant widow has 2443 ratings and 319 reviews jessica said you know how women are always saying that what they want is a guy with a great sense . The pregnant widow reminds you of those medieval epics in which the hero troilus or whoever observes from a heavenly vantage free from earthly care his teenage self tortured and dying for . The pregnant widow is set largely in 1970 at a castle above an italian countryside village in campania where it just so happens d h lawrence and his wife frieda once stayed
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