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    Question Which of the literary works of the 1950s and 60s reflected sexual revolution?

    First of all... Hi everyone !
    I'm new on this forum and I wish to find answers for some of my literature-based questions.
    I was wondering if you could tell me which of the British literary works of the 1950s and 60s reflected sexual revolution and social changes of that time?
    My first guess would be "Lady Chatterly's Lover" (only it wasn't from the 50s nor 60s) and John Robinson's "Honest to God". But what other books reflected what the new generation of young Britons wanted/believed in/disagreed with?
    Thanks in advance

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    In the cine world Tamil movie, Saradha released in 1962 was a bold venture openly speaking about impotency and solution to the affected wife!
    Eager to watch the trends of the world & to nurture in the youth who carry the future world on their shoulders a right sense of values.

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