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Harleigh Maureen Cooper
16 September 2008 @ 12:44 pm

OFFICIAL SUMMARY: "Ornament of no intact personality"

Stoic Kunimitsu Tezuka is fourteen and his life revolves around tennis and school. He meets the student teacher Iku Agano who challenged his literary preference for Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray. Finally confessing her growing interest for him as an athlete, Tezuka begins to have libidinal feelings for her and this awakening renders him both confused and exhilarated. He asked help from his friend Sadaharu Inui who seemed to be more familiar with adolescent yearn and hence begins to share Tezuka’s fascination for the older woman.

Following a series of encounters with both boys, Agano seeks out the desolate control Inui identifies with while on the other hand, she allows Tezuka to surrender and succumb to being helpless and used. The three of them achieve a mentally-stimulating relationship that has yet to cross the physical boundaries.

Girls are ornaments with no intact personalities, both boys believed, and this theory is about to be shaken down by a woman who puts both of them in a pedestal and destroys them at the same time.


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