RE-LIVE THE STEAMY UNDERSIDE OF VICTORIAN ENGLAND!! You will be shocked by life in Victorian London as it was actually lived behind the façade of seeming respectability and moral rectitude. Men and women were no less lustful, and their amorous escapades were captured in each issue of The Pearl, the scandalous Victorian-era journal of erotic literature. This classic magazine, which has achieved literary status over the years, features short stories, reportage, poetry, and legendary novels like "Lady Pokingham, or They All Do It," "Sally's Mistake," "The Marriage Morn," "The Sultan's Reverie," and the fabled, "Miss Coote's Confession." The leading erotic publication of the Victorian Age, The Pearl 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. The Pearl received dozens of 5-Star reviews on Amazon including this rave: "A classic of erotica, with something for everyone. There are generous helpings of homosexuality, male and female, along with plenty of heterosexual couplings, all with a reasonable literary flair." 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.