In 1921 Select Bibliotheque of Paris published this remarkable nove of enforced cross dressing and sexual titillation. A much sought after cult novel now translated into florid English for the first time by Valerie Orpen. A young orphan, Fred de Montignac, is left in the charge of his aunt, the Baroness Saint-Genest, an imperious aristocratic woman eager to dominate and transform her youthful charge into a docile and lovely young lady, Frederique. During this process of change the Baroness uses him as her personal slave and sissy maid, administering various forms of discipline to ensure his complete obedience and ultimate compliance. Although contemporary accounts and non-fiction studies of cross-dressing abound, Frederique is one of the rare novels to chronicle transvestism. The sixteen exquisite illustrations, reproduced from the original edition, portray every stage of Frederique's gradual subjugation and enforced feminisation. With 16 illustrations.
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"Fascinating...well written...superb illustrations...a must for the serious collector of transvestite stories." -- Beaumont Society Magazine
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