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Locus Elm Press is proud to present William Lazenby's genre defining Victorian erotic periodical The Pearl. From the same infamous publisher that also gave us The Boudoir and The Oyster this licentious “Journal of Facetiæ and Voluptuous Reading” contains the classically debauched tales of 'Lady Pokingham' and 'Miss Coote's Confession' and 'Sub-Umbra; or Sport Among the She-Noodles', and 'La Rose D'amour' interspersed with bawdy tales of utmost lasciviousness and songs and poems equally graphic.
Volumes V to VIII, anonymously written during the 1879 and considerately presented hear-in as originally published with a fully searchable index, is a sound source of titillation. With tales including lesbian tribadism, gamahuching, group menages, the finest lashings of BDSM tossed in for good pleasure, and ALL manner of front and rear deed and device in between this collection will be sure to pique the interest of those a fan of the genre.
Crack it open... it's very hot inside.
Volumes 1 to 4, Volumes 9 to 12, Volumes 13 to 16, and Volumes 17 to 18 (plus the Christmas Special) are also coming very soon to Locus Elm Press.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1515272923