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"A rare achievement . . . a ray of sunshine in the gloomy world of lust."--Erica Jong --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
John Cleland wrote 'Fanny Hill', also known as 'Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure', in two instalments whilst serving time in Fleet Prison for a bad debt. In 1749, Cleland was arrested for obscenity, yet denied responsibility for the novel. The book was officially withdrawn, and not officially published again for a hundred years. However, it continued to sell well and was published in pirate editions.--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I haven't read it yet but it's a beautiful looking book, i love vintage style so the fact that it's worn added to the charm.Published 10 months ago by France's
Not always easy to understand the language of the period, but you get the drift I suppose.Published 13 months ago by Blue and white
Bawdy and fun set and wrote in another time but an enjoyable story of sexual adventure and the introduction to a very different life.Published 20 months ago by DC Magpie