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    1. Why women love Fifty Shades of Grey | Books | The Guardian

      • This is Fifty Shades of Grey I'm talking about. We'll come to Fifty Shades Darker later.
      • … we have a small favour to ask. Three years ago we set out to make The Guardian sustainable by deepening our
      • But with 50 Shades of Grey on the way, could erotic cinema be on the up, asks George Bass.

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    2. Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James – review | Books | The Guardian | No sex, please, this is a downloaded erotic novel

      • Fifty Shades of Grey is the huge erotic breakout novel of the digital download revolution. The idea is that anyone can write on the internet, build their
      • Three years ago we set out to make The Guardian sustainable by deepening our relationship with our readers. The same technologies that connected us...

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    3. Fifty Shades of Grey review – depressingly mainstream | Film | The Guardian

      • “I’m fifty shades of fucked up!” This adaptation of EL James’s BDSM potboiler struggles to make a spanking cinematic silk purse out of its notoriously tin-eared source. Dakota Johnson plays the virginal Anastasia Steele, an innocent student sent to interview Hobbit-faced billionaire Christian Grey (Jamie...

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    4. Fifty Shades of Grey | Books | The Guardian

      • Fifty Shades of Grey. October 2018. Mary Steenburgen: 'We have ugly words for successful female actors'.
      • Fifty Shades Darker review – submissive sequel offers little light relief but lots of washing.
      • American Library Association’s annual list of frequently challenged books places Bible alongside...

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    5. Fifty Shades of Grey | Film | The Guardian

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      • Fifty Shades of Grey. February 2018. Box office analysis: UKFifty Shades Freed ties up top spot at UK box office.
      • Film blog50 Shades of Grey to Brokeback Mountain: are these really the most boring films ever?
      • Fifty Shades Darker review – submissive sequel offers little light relief but lots of washing.

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    6. Fifty Shades of Grey - Wikipedia

      • Fifty Shades of Grey is a 2011 erotic romance novel by British author E. L. James.[1] It is the first instalment in the Fifty Shades trilogy that traces the
      • ^ '50 Shades of Grey,' a Self-Published E-Book, Is the Future of Publishing. Lizzie Shurnick.
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    7. Fifty Shades of Grey review – making a bad fist of it | Peter Bradshaw | Film | The Guardian

      • Fifty Shades of Grey first look review: some pleasure, occasional pain. 3 out of 5 stars.
      • … three years ago, we knew we had to try to make The Guardian sustainable by deepening our relationship
      • Key ingredients for 50 and twilight - basically old school M&B elements. 1. Wealthy handsome hero 2...

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    8. Fifty Shades of Grey trailer: through a glass, daftly | Film | The Guardian

      • 50 Shades 2. Christian Grey, a powerful businessman who probably doesn't want to remind you of Donald Trump and yet somehow does anyway.
      • 50 Shades 10. That's right, Christian Grey is sexually aroused by the idea of recreating Body of Evidence, the terrible early-90s erotic thriller that probably...

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    9. Jamie Dornan: on the 50 Shades of Grey book cover – stylewatch | Fashion | The Guardian

      The latest edition of the bestseller features a still from the forthcoming movie on its cover. Does it give us any clues about what to expect?

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    10. Digested read: Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James | Books | The Guardian

      • You will find I am 50 Shades of Grey. Yet I find myself strangely drawn to your virginal, 20-year-old body in a way that I have never previously experienced."
      • "Because we're only going to get to the bottom of your commitment issues after you've spanked your way through the next two books."

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