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The Wet Dream Resistance Sudip Bhattacharya

The Wet Dream Resistance

Sudip Bhattacharya

Published November 21st 2010
ISBN : 9781453801505
Paperback
806 pages
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 About the Book 

This is an experiment. Do what you must to participate. Jot down notes on the pages. Copy the material and share them amongst friends and fellow participants. Discuss and explore. This is an experiment. Its a puzzle worth trying to solve. TheMoreThis is an experiment. Do what you must to participate. Jot down notes on the pages. Copy the material and share them amongst friends and fellow participants. Discuss and explore. This is an experiment. Its a puzzle worth trying to solve. The mission of this experiment, however, is to find connections with one another and help create labs of creativity, and so forth. Many participants have chosen to write novels, poems, songs of their own, thus forming intimate communities meant for such creative expression. Many participants have filled up formerly foreclosed and abandoned buildings, or are in fact, at this very moment, gathering in apartment basements, doing whatever they can to express whatever it is that remains strange and is still waiting inside each of them. Total destruccion and creation. The following material was discovered inside a crater or from under a young womans pillow [location remains undisclosed]. This fun, complex, and sincere material, that is now named and known as The Wet Dream Resistance deals with such themes as art and reality. It also follows the experiences of young kids of mostly immigrant backgrounds growing up in an era full of violence and apathy. The main characters are Bhagavan, Aruna, Amilcar, and Fatima. There are also others who live in their city. They are all young, confused, and yearning for something more meaningful in their lives. Overall, its a collection of characters and perspectives that deals with such words as generation and identity and its stories range from such topics as racism, classicism, any other sort of -isms that springs to mind, and most importantly, it all explores the joys and perils of hope and love. etcetera. etcetera. This is an experiment, after all. Anyone who feels that something better is needed in the world should do what they must in order to participate. There is a revolution waiting for all of us.