My Secret Life

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James Russell Kincaid, Richard Tithecott
Penguin Group, 1996 - Psychology - 576 pages
14 Reviews
This erotic diary of an anonymous English gentleman in the late Victorian age has enthralled readers for generations. Originally an 11-volume set, this abridged version retains the full flavor of the underground bestseller. Detailing scores of intimate encounters, the volume highlights the contradictions inherent in straight-laced Victorian society.

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Review: My Secret Life: An Erotic Diary of Victorian London

User Review  - Kathy Ahn - Goodreads

History of Sexuality mentioned this book. Am only reading it for research purposes, though will admit to finding it fascinating. Read full review

Review: My Secret Life: An Erotic Diary of Victorian London

User Review  - Rob Bliss - Goodreads

My edition said it was written by Anonymous ... I guess give it a 100 years and you can come out of the closet. I didn't like this for the sex. He has a lot of it, and its very repetitive. Then again ... Read full review

About the author (1996)

James R. Kincaid, Aerol Arnold Professor of English at the University of Southern California, is a widely recognized authority on Victorian literature and culture.

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