Salome and Under the Hill
This edition of the decadent erotic classic 'Salome', by Oscar Wilde, and Aubrey Beardsley's 'Under The Hill', united by seventeen of Bearsley's unsurpassable drawings, is a timely rehabilitation of these two all-often ignored fin-de-siecle texts and constitutes a volume of unadulterated millennial debauchery.
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