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Memoirs of a Coxcomb The Suppressed Sequel to Fanny Hill
Memoirs of a Coxcomb The Suppressed Sequel to Fanny Hill Author:John Cleland The Companion Voume to Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure in an Unexpurgated Edition with an analysis of the life and works of John Cleland by Franklin S. Klaf, M.D. — In 1747 Fanny Hill was launched into circulation and immorality ..(John Cleland) had dared to describe in public what may people were doing in private. How could he be silenced? — The ... more »answer semed simple... The privy Council have him a pension of 100 pounds a year exacting his promise no to write a sequel to Fanny Hill.
No man can ever hope to fully understand the psychology of women without reading the works of John Cleland. Franklin S. Klaf M.D.
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