The Beautiful Flagellants of Chicago [The Flagellants Trilogy]

The Beautiful Flagellants of Chicago [The Flagellants Trilogy]

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In this long-banned 1907 chronicle of scandalous goings-on behind-the-scenes of turn-of-the-century America has been acclaimed as an erotic and literary classic and an important historical document. Supposedly penned by Lord Drialys, a peer of the British realm, on a tour of the U.S., the book makes clear just how widespread and deeply-rooted the pleasures and

Overview

In this long-banned 1907 chronicle of scandalous goings-on behind-the-scenes of turn-of-the-century America has been acclaimed as an erotic and literary classic and an important historical document. Supposedly penned by Lord Drialys, a peer of the British realm, on a tour of the U.S., the book makes clear just how widespread and deeply-rooted the pleasures and practice of bondage always has been in this country. In the course of his travels, Drialys visited three great metropolises, Chicago, Boston, and New York, and through his contacts discovered the underground world of the caned and caner alive and well in each. Drialys wrote a separate book about his experiences in each of these cities, the celebrated Flagellants Trilogy. In Volume I, set in what Chicago (which he calls Porkopolis), Lord Drialys finds himself the subject of birchings by several refined, handsome ladies. In Volume II, he visits Mrs. Palmerston of Boston, and other leaders of the town's aristocratic Puritan blue bloods, who induct him into the Flagellant's Club, where he plies the cane on a group of well-bred, wealthy women. In Volume III, all his dreams come true amid New York's 1900 caning scene.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000080504
Publisher:
Renaissance E Books
Publication date:
01/01/2004
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
261 KB

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