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One of the most prosecuted and banned books in history, FANNY HILL describes a young woman’s descent into bawdiness and debauchery. Originally published in London in 1748, the novel endures as pioneering literature and for the quality of its prose. 13 more words

Classic Erotic Fiction

Much Ado About Nothing

Bollywood Style! This was a fun production of one of my favourite Shakespearean comedies.  I am always interested in seeing the many ways in which the plays can be interpreted and how the meanings still come through. 148 more words

easiest and freest

“We may say what we please, but those we can be the easiest and freest with, are ever those we like, not to say love the best.” 6 more words

Literature

Must See Motorsport Moments (Part 1)

Yes, I’m back, writing a blog post for the first time in ages. My first, and so far only, post on this blog was me having a good old moan about Formula One last June. 1,116 more words

Fanny Hill (974)

Fanny Hill is a book about a prostitute who stumbles around London while things happen to her.  It is called the first English erotic novel, and if you find stories of a fifteen year old girl’s sexual escapades exciting, then I guess you’re a pervert, and probably an Eighteenth Century englishman.   727 more words

1-Star Amazon Reviews of Classic Erotic Fiction

If you only know one thing about Fifty Shades of Grey — well, one thing besides that it’s a wildly popular BDSM novel with a film adaptation due out Friday — it’s probably that E.L. 808 more words

Buzz

easiest and freest with

“We may say what we please, but those we can be the easiest and freest with, are ever those we like, not to say love the best.” 6 more words

Literature