Anthologica Rarissima, Volume One: The Way of a Virgin
Being Excerpts from Rare, Curious and Diverting Books, some now for the First Time done into English. To which are added Copious Explanatory Notes & Bibliographical References of Interest to Student, Collector and Psychologist. A limited edition published for private circulation among members of the Brovan Society in 1922.
Laura Middleton; Her Brother and Her Lover (1890) a Classic Victorian Erotic Novel – the Original Classic Edition
If anyone told me Id read a Victorian novel in one sitting, Id have never believed it. My English Lit classes in college would have been so much more entertaining with titles like this. According to some sources, this was supposedly written around 1890, which is unbelievable. Its shocking and disgusting, but also a joyous farce. Every inhibition gives way to the ultimate goal of physical pleasure, and in this book, theres a lot of different ways to achieve that goal. Thankfully, there are no animals involved, but almost every other taboo is broken. Its amusing to read all of the various euphemisms and analogies used to describe the sex in great detail. The story of a mans sexual trysts with his girlfriend, then her younger brother, and then all three of them together. Explicit sex scenes without the cuss words; lots of coy, flowery euphemisms of intimate body parts and sexual activities.. oh, yeah, he also gets seduced by the girls fiance. Not advised for children or people of high moral fiber (easily offended by depictions of moral depravity). The whole thing is completely ridiculous, but thats why its able to be so much fun. And I have to say, there are parts where you forget to be disgusted, and its pretty hot.
The Convent School or Early Experiences of a Young Flagellant (Annotated)
The Power of Mesmerism – a Highly Erotic Narrative of Voluptuous Facts and Fancies
"The Power of Mesmerism - A Highly Erotic Narrative of Voluptuous Facts and Fancies" is a 1891 erotic novel of anonymous authorship. This raunchy and explicit example of Victorian erotic fiction is based around the idea of mesmerism - or, hypnotism - and follows the risqu? exploits of a veritably deviant hypnotist as he endeavours to sate his oblique sexual desires. Contents include: "Pity the Sorrows", "Poem", and "Vulcan and Venus". "The Power of Mesmerism" is recommended for fans of erotic fiction, and it is not to be missed by collectors of vintage literature of this ilk. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in a modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of erotic literature.