Sins of the Cities of the Plain

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Olympia Press, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 124 pages
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Written 12 years before Teleny by Saul and a likely ghostwriter, this account of Victorian cross-dressing and rent-boys is a legend all its own. The work draws on the author's own experiences with an all-male brothel in Cleveland Street (later shut down scandalously.) Originally subtitled: "or, The Recollections of a Mary-Anne."

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User Review  - ofstoneandice - LibraryThing

Plot? What plot? Prostitution, cross-dressing, orgies, voyeurism, BDSM, pederasty, incest and bestiality... Yeah, there's not much missing on the taboo front. I knew it was dirty, but damn. I guess that's what one should expect from Victorian smut. Read full review

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User Review  - SomeGuyInVirginia - LibraryThing

Dull and cartoonish porn, only interesting as a historical artifact. Love the word 'gamahuche'. Read full review

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