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The Hellfire Club established in England in 1719 had as its motto: Fais ce que tu voudras (Do what thou wilt) as the underlying principle which the libertines and philosophers of the day fully enjoyed within the club walls. For centuries the Hellfire Club has shifted in time and place but remained an active part of educated society. The club has hosted the famous and the infamous but never altered the premise that freedom of choice to do what one will as long as that is done without harm is within the purview of humanity. The collected works of erotica have been taken from the Hellfire Club Archives, edited and some cases re-written to replace text lost to time or rot. Each volume contains a collection of short stories from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Volume 8 contains: The Memoirs of a Voluptuary (1906) and the Vicar's Girl (298 pages). These are erotic stories collected throughout the centuries. Material may contain blasphemous, racist, biased and other social mores considered in poor taste by today’s standards although were acceptable at the time the stories were written. Access to minors is strictly forbidden! If you believe you might be offended by the material do not read it.
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