When Bolloxinion, King of Sodom, authorises same sex relations the women of his kingdom bereft of attention fall into the arms of each other and upon the various devices available to them. It is not long before the court and the court are reduced to erotic madness both men and women striving to find new ways to satisfy age old cravings.
Written in 1684, and attributed to England's Libertine, Jon Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, The Farce of Sodom sets the bar for what was to follow in the writings of the Marquis de Sade, unabashed and licentious eroticism with a strong undertone of liberal philosophy. Herein presented hyper-link indexed and considerately formatted, Locus Elm Press are proud to present this gem of once-suppressed Restoration closet drama.
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