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(The Hindu)   Harlequin translates M&B romances into four Indian local languages. "At a time when 'provocative' mannequins are being banned because they could promote 'wrong acts', the availability and popularity of these translated versions only seems like irony"   ( thehindu.com) divider line
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2013-06-24 03:30:48 PM  
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As a formally literate tween before the internet, I can attest that there is no sex in Harlequin romance books, you have to find the Anais Nin.
2013-06-24 03:28:23 PM  
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Instead of "Bodice Rippers", will they be referred to as "Sari Unwrappers"?
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