In order to escape the Republican purges of revolutionary France, Augustus and his mother must take refuge in his Aunt's nunnery, the Convent of St. Claire. Dressed to deceive and going by the name of 'Augustine' he soon bears witness to the most lascivious acts of chastisement at the hands of one lusty Father Eustace upon one young, lithe, and eager Sister Emilie.
What follows is a thoroughly mischievous frolic from one nun to another, all willing to be so educated in the sins of the flesh by the pretender in their midst, and suffer the resulting penitence at the tip of a rod... and a rod.
This absolutely delicious example of renaissance erotica, anonymously written in 1866 and published by the notorious William Dugdale, will excite, shock, and titillate in equal measure. A must have for any collection of once-banned and forbidden literature.