Erotica the pearl
John Clare rated it it was ok Oct 29, The poetry is pretty amusing, as bawdy poetry goes. The Pearl is a collection of erotic tales, rhymes, songs and parodies in magazine form that were published in London between to , when they were forced to shut down by the authorities for publishing rude and obscene literature. Open Preview See a Problem? I have gre The first few pages are nothing but rather silly and harmless soft porn in Victorian English. Jun 16, Randy rated it really liked it Shelves: re-read-it , pheromones , own-it , launch-vehicle.
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L.N. Pearl - Romance Erotica Author
Feierabend There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A fascinating historical artifact, giving startlingly concise evidence to "nothing new under the sun. I don't like to see vulgar girls in the town Pull their clothes up, and stand to be goosed for a crown; Nor a man with light trousers, of decency shorn, Stop and talk to young ladies while having the horn. Retrieved 11 August The narrator then goes on for another words before he even kisses one of his cousins the kiss is delayed, but the incestual feelings? Long-winded, flowery, and lavishly descriptive, the stories have a distinctly Dickensian feel to them. Naughty Stories by Number 6.
The Pearl: Victorian Porn at Its Finest - The Toast
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I was quite young, but I was captivated by it Best Marriage Proposals Videos on Youtube. Hey Ladies: We Wrote a Book! Supposedly a collection of a series of underground Victorian magazines, it is basically porn with no pictures.
Silence Longing rated it it was amazing Nov 27, This legendary magazine first appeared in London in July, I think it was probably written by a man or men, though who knows? Darker - The Dark Billionaire 3. Everyone snickered at it when they took it off my bookshelf, but they all had a good look-through! Published by William Lazenby, an English pornographer of the s and s, the magazine featured excerpts from three serialized stories per issue, as well as erotic parodies, vulgar poems limericks appear frequently , and obscene short tales.