Nunnery Tales; Or Cruising Under False Colours

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Disruptive Publishing, Mar 1, 2005 - Fiction - 172 pages
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First published in the Netherlands by 1890s booklegger August Brancart, Nunnery Tales is the story of a young woman who accompanies her mother to the Convent of St. Claire. Only she's a he, his secret is found out quickly, and as every fan of Monty Python knows, in a Victorian Abby, there must be quite a few punishments (as well as rewards). Thankfully in this masterpiece of the period, no Sir Galahad comes along to spoil the fun.

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The Nunnery Tales is one of the classics of Victorian erotic literature, reprinted many times, and also available in different editions, presumably involving different translators, although more ... Read full review

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