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The Pearl

The Classic Victorian Magazine of Erotica Vol. 1

The Pearl by Anonymous
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VICTORIAN EROTICA AT ITS BEST! The Pearl was the leading erotic publication of the Victorian Age. This legendary magazine first appeared in London in July, 1897. It lasted for a short, but glorious eighteen months, and then vanished - a victim of its own underground status, for income could never catch up with costs. During its year and a half of publication, The Pearl, serialized six novels that have earned the status of classics in the field of erotic literature. The magazine also featured short stories and verse celebrating the sensual pleasures and the pursuit of lovemaking in all its myriad forms. Among the pearls of erotic literature to be found in The Pearl are "Lady Pokingham, or They All Do It," "Sally's Mistake," "The Marriage Morn," "The Sultan's Reverie," and the fabled, "Miss Coote's Confession." Sizzler Classic Editions will be reprinting The Pearl complete and unabridged, with three of the original issues of this scandalous, titillating publication in each e-book edition.
Renaissance E Books; July 2003
140 pages; ISBN 9781588732040
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Title: The Pearl
Author: Anonymous
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