Sunday, February 10, 2013

Birch in the Boudoir by Charles Carrington and Jean de Villiot

An exchange of intimate letters between a young lady and gentleman, recording their true amatory and disciplinary experiences of an Arabian harem and an English girl's reformatory establishment.

Cover by Roy Colmer
A Victorian Novel
The letters reveal the exploits of the handsome 30 year old rake Charles, who finds employment in a country mansion for wayward girls, and the impetuous and mischievous Lizzie who, as the daughter of Britannia's plenipotentiary in an Arabian territory makes herself privy to all the pleasures and punishments of the royal harem. Flouting all conventions of modesty and decorum, the two regale each other with tales of frolics and orgies, all the while exciting one another to paroxysms of pleasure,

Printing History
Written by Charles Carrington (1857-1921) and Jean de Villiot
copyright 1905 by Charles Carrington
Paris France

Grove Press, Inc
Black Cat Books
ISBN 394-624448

Jean de Villiot was the pseudonym of Georges Grassal (1867-1905)

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