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Frank & I

Anonymous Author

Publisher: Wordsworth Editions

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Summary

The Wordsworth Erotica Collection includes some of
 
the finest Victorian and Edwardian examples of the genre.
 
 
About this book:
 
 
Frank and I, an erotic and
 
delightful Victorian novel of hidden sexuality and erotic escapades is a classic
 
of its genre.
 
 
The narrator of the story, a wealthy young man,
 
meets a youth and, taken by his beauty and good manners, invites him home.
 
Discovering a lapse in obedience in his charge, he commences to flog him, in
 
the traditionally humiliating English manner. One can imagine his surprise when
 
the young man, confounded in déshabillé, turns out to be a young woman of
 
surpassing charms.
 
 
Their subsequent adventures along the byways of
 
delight and pleasure provide a bold volume, unearthing not a few of the more
 
esoteric sexual proclivities of its day.

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