Published for the first time in the United States in 1973, "fear of flying" he immediately aroused a stir, feeding the fantasies of readers and inflaming the debate on sex and women. John Updike wrote that Isadora Wing "reserve male body more kind words of any other author since Fanny Hill". The exuberant and sincere story of the adventures, and misadventures of Isadora, with its piercing observations on marriage, maternity and ambition, continues to provoke and inspire, remaining an icon of the discovery of self and female emancipation. Preface of Lidia Ravera. Postfaction by Mario Andreose.