My Secret Life

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Penguin Group, 1996 - Psychology - 576 pages
13 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  - Nikki - Goodreads

The anonymous diary of a Victorian gentlemen and his sexual exploits. What else could you ask for ?? Read full review

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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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