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The Romance of Lust A classic Victorian erotic novel   By:

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The Romance of Lust, written by an anonymous author during the Victorian era, is a novel that delves unapologetically into the world of desire and sensuality. A timeless piece of erotica, this book not only captivates readers with its explicit scenes but also offers a unique glimpse into the complex attitudes surrounding sexuality in 19th-century England.

One notable aspect of The Romance of Lust is the author's ability to create vivid and enticing narratives. Each chapter introduces new characters and scenarios, taking the reader on a journey into the realm of forbidden pleasures. Despite the lack of a central plot, the book presents a series of erotic encounters, allowing readers to indulge in their fantasies through the eyes of the characters.

As a Victorian erotic novel, The Romance of Lust extensively explores various themes and fetishes. From voyeurism and BDSM to threesomes and role-playing, the author spares no detail in elaborating upon these desires. However, one must approach this book with an open mind, as it reflects the sexual attitudes of a different era and may challenge modern notions of consent and boundaries.

While the explicit content of this novel may be appealing to some, it is its historical value that truly sets it apart. By studying the sexual landscapes of the past, readers can gain insight into the repression and repression that often characterized the Victorian era. The anonymity of the author adds to the mystery surrounding the book, potentially drawing readers to contemplate the circumstances and motivations behind its creation.

However, it is important to note that The Romance of Lust is not a book for everyone. Its explicit nature may be off-putting to those seeking more subtle and restrained erotic literature. Additionally, the lack of character development and narrative structure may leave some readers longing for a more traditional story.

In conclusion, The Romance of Lust is a classic Victorian erotic novel that can be both titillating and thought-provoking. Its explicit content challenges social norms and offers an intriguing window into the complexities of sexual desire during the 19th century. While not suitable for all readers, those with an interest in erotica and a curiosity about the past may find this book intriguing and worth exploring.

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The Romance of Lust (1873)

A classic Victorian erotic novel

by Anonymous

1892 edition



The Novice Mrs. Benson Mary Mrs. Benson's Correspondence with Mrs. Egerton Miss Evelyn Eliza

There were three of us Mary, Eliza, and myself. I was approaching fifteen, Mary was about a year younger, and Eliza between twelve and thirteen years of age. Mamma treated us all as children, and was blind to the fact that I was no longer what I had been. Although not tall for my age, nor outwardly presenting a manly appearance, my passions were awakening, and the distinctive feature of my sex, although in repose it looked magnificent enough, was very sufficiently developed when under the influence of feminine excitement.

As yet, I had absolutely no knowledge of the uses of the different organs of sex. My sisters and I all slept in the same room. They together in one bed, I alone in another. When no one was present, we had often mutually examined the different formations of our sexes.

We had discovered that mutual handlings gave a certain amount of pleasing sensation; and, latterly, my eldest sister had discovered that the hooding and unhooding of my doodle, as she called it, instantly caused it to swell up and stiffen as hard as a piece of wood. My feeling of her little pinky slit gave rise in her to nice sensations, but on the slightest attempt to insert even my finger, the pain was too great... Continue reading book >>

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