L. James made in the story, I find it unrealistic that someone would agree to it, especially a character like Ana who was portrayed as the most docile and virtuous person. I couldn’t imagine someone in real life coming up to a college girl and offering the same terms but then again that just might be my own unworldliness. Setting aside my bias toward the believability of the storyline, I like Ana better than Christian. There was more development to the character of Ana than there was in Christian in this first installment. Ana started out as the inexperience girl who knew nothing about sex, much less the intricate details of sado-masochism in the bedroom, but she emerged to have gained not only knowledge about it but also insight. She was a simple girl who was so smitten to the idea that a rich, charismatic and popular man was into her she would have jumped hoops just to keep the interest going. As a character, I think that Christian Grey was written off too perfect to enable the reader to actually invest in him. George Clooney sounds like an average Joe compared to how he is portrayed. Even the explanations to his childhood and his relationship with the older woman were undermined to explain his nature. Essentially, there are no bad characters in the book only flawed ones. There are no antagonists except the protagonists themselves which makes it somewhat akin to anti-hero characterization. The main idea of the book is about the experience of sado-masochism and the interchange between the dominant and the submissive. This is centered on the proclivity of the namesake of the book’s title Christian Grey to enter into a contractual sexual relationship where he is named the dominant or ‘dom’ and the other person is the submissive or ‘sub.’ The plot involves the entry of Ana in Christian’s life and how they are both rattled by their reaction to each other. Ana hesitantly agrees the unenforceable contract and learns that she has bit off more than she can chew while Christian is taken aback by the effect that Ana has on him which is inconsistent to his overall disposition toward his subs. The contract agreed to between them, though not legal, contains in detail the terms of their relationship. It reduces the affair into paper and states the rights and obligations that both parties have. It contains in detail the things that they could do, those the other cannot do including safewords, the schedule, the activities, the food and even the clothes that Ana will have to abide with. Christian assures her that these things are standard and that she has to agree to them if she wants to continue on to the have a sexual relationship with him. The book is typically erotic with the detailed expositions on the sexual encounters between the two characters. “He takes one of my hands and places it against his erection” (James, 2011, p.265) “‘I like you sore.’ His eyes smolder. ‘Reminds you where I’ve been, and only me’” (ibid, p.373). These passages definitely exemplify that the book is erotica at the very least. The writing of the story contains flow and articulation that calling it porn would diminish it but calling it a romantic fiction would be making an understatement. Through ‘Fifty Shades of grey’ I learned more about dominant and submissive sexual relationships. The novel was very graphic about how these things work that one could not help but paint a mental picture of the
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