The Unbearable Lightness of Being
When she had been at it for almost an hour, she suddenly said, "What would you say to some nude shots?"
"Nude shots?" Sabina laughed.
"Yes," said Tereza, repeating her proposal more boldly, "nude shots." (2.21.6)
He often stopped in for a visit, but only as a friend, never as a lover. If he made love to her in her Geneva studio, he would be going from one woman to the other, from wife to mistress and back in a single day, and because in Geneva husband and wife sleep together in the French style, in the same bed, he would be going from the bed of one woman to the bed of another in the space of several hours. And that, he felt, would humiliate both mistress and wife and, in the end, himself as well. (3.1.2)
She was a modest girl and not particularly pretty, but she admired Franz in the way Franz had only recently admired Sabina. He did not find it unpleasant. (3.9.21)