S&M and sexual dynamics, formerly taboo subjects of attention, are all the vogue now. Representing gender politics, women’s ideal fantasies, and teaching men how to be better lovers the novel Fifty Shades of Grey by EL James went viral. The term “shades of grey” refers to elusiveness (shadows) and is a play on words in the book and movie title because the male lead’s last name is Gray. It alludes to his complexity and the numerous facets of his enigmatic demeanor. “Fifty Shades” began as a chapter series on a “Twilight” fan website, titled “Master of the Universe.” The main characters were initially named Edward and Bella, and the story was set in Seattle, which is near where the “Twilight” books are set. James withdrew the article from the fan site and uploaded it on her website after fans expressed concerns about the content’s sexual nature.
E. L. James’ novel Fifty Shades of Grey tells the life of Anastasia “Ana” Steele, a college senior. Katherine Kavanagh, her best friend and a writer for their college’s student newspaper, stays with her. Katherine invites Ana to fill in for her and conduct an interview with Christian Grey, a wealthy entrepreneur. Ana is immediately drawn to Grey, and she fumbles her way through the interview, thinking it went badly. Grey, to her surprise, shows up at the hardware store wherein she works and makes several purchases.
Mr. Grey gives Ana his phone number after Ana informs him that Katherine wants images for her piece on him. Katherine asks Ana to contact Mr. Grey and set up a photo shoot. Mr. Grey invites Ana out on a date after the photo shoots the next day. Mr. Grey inquires about her family and whether or not she is dating when they meet for coffee. Despite her friends’ encouragement, Ana believes she is unworthy of Mr. Grey.
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Mr. Gray sends Ana a mystery parcel comprising Tess of the d’Urbervilles after she finishes her finals. Mr. Grey swiftly assures Ana that he will pick her up later that night. Mr. Grey’s appearance prevents her friend, Jose, from kissing her. Ana wakes up in Mr. Grey’s hotel room, where he tutors her on the need for self-care. Mr. Grey invites Ana to have sex with him and requests that she fill out papers, but later recants after making out with her in the elevator. Mr. Grey takes Ana on another date utilizing his helicopter. When Grey arrives, she agrees to accept a non-disclosure agreement. He then leads her into a room filled with BDSM equipment and accessories. Mr. Grey requests a second contract with dominance and submit condition; this will be a strictly sexual partnership with no emotional ties. Mr. Grey steals Ana’s virginity after they had intercourse.
Mr. Grey’s mother arrives the next morning, interrupting Ana and Grey’s intercourse. She is astounded, as she had assumed Mr. Grey was a homosexual based on his lack of female contact. Ana and Mr. Grey go out to dinner later that day, and he tells her about how he lost his virginity at the age of 15 to one of his mother’s friends, and how his prior affairs failed because of incongruity. Ana comes home with the idea to see Mr. Grey again, but she discovers she has multiple employment offers, which she later discloses to Katherine. Ana, on the other hand, quickly develops feelings for Mr. Grey and flees to prevent being hurt. Mr. Grey reappears for her college commencement ceremony as a guest speaker. Ana accepts to sign the dominant/submissive contract during this time.
Mr. Grey and Ana meet again to discuss the contract’s terms and conditions. Mr. Grey spanks Ana for the first time, and she is both enthralled and bewildered by the experience. More of Mr. Grey’s extravagant presents, and his eagerness for her to see this family, add to her doubt. Ana has yet to sign the contract, so the two are continuing their arrangement. Ana is irritated by the non-disclosure contract and her complicated relationship with Mr. Grey, despite her success in finding a job at Seattle Independent Publishing.
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Ana and Mr. Grey’s tense relationship reaches a head when Ana wants Grey to punish her to demonstrate how severe a BDSM relationship with him can be. Mr. Grey does so, and Ana concludes that wasn’t what she wanted. Ana leaves Mr. Grey and returns to her apartment, distraught over the whole situation. “Fifty Shades of Grey” belongs to the erotica category, and the characters and plots mainly rely on sexual themes. Nonetheless, rather than being niche fiction, it has garnered mainstream acceptance. Many people attribute the invention of e-readers to permitting women to read literature without others knowing.
Fifty Shades of Grey isn’t your typical romance novel. However, it could be the love tale of our time. The story is a tribute to sex, especially kinky sexiness, becoming a component of mainstream culture and entertainment – and not something is done in secret but part of many people’s daily lives. The novel teaches us not to cross certain lines in relationships.