1952. Rome's sexual life ran a parallel course to its cultural development: at first fulfilled in simple, severe, and prosaic married life, then developing into more sophisticated forms of sensuality, and degenerating into sadism, but always instinctive and always unspiritual. Yet, like its mighty Empire, Rome's sexual life sometimes displayed a greatness which may be repellent but is always impressive. Illustrated with plates.
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Dr. Otto Kiefer was a German scholar in the early part of the twentieth century.Language Notes:
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