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A sultry retelling of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre, An English Education follows the literary heroine from her stifling childhood with her cruel adoptive family to Lowood Boarding School, where she is quickly singled out for punishment by the headmaster. Although this Jane quickly moves to the head of her class, she is never spared the rod, thrilling readers with a succession of erotic treats.
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Book Description Blue Moon Books, New York, 1988. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good +. First Thus. Mass market paperback, 219 pages; one light spine crease, but very gently read, very clean and unmarked throughout except for age darkening. See also our other Blue Moon titles. Seller Inventory # 033940
Book Description Blue Moon Books, New York, 1988. 219 pp. + ads. Preface. An erotic reimagining of JANE EYRE. As Jane is caned by Mr. Rochester, she has extended flashbacks of her earlier punishments and other erotic goings-on at Lowood. Contains an epigraph by Currer Bell, which is the name under which Charlotte Bronte published Jane Eyre. The preface makes a case for the S-M subtext of the original. First published as THE GOVERNESS'S STRANGE DESIRES, by Dennis Lord (Venus Library, 1972). Paperback. Light shelfwear. Very good. Seller Inventory # 50868