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He called one collection of poems Erotic womens literature partly for the simple ephemeral nature of the verse but also a pun on the French word panser, to Erotic womens literature or bandage a wound.
The intelligence and casually flamboyant Erotic womens literature with which he framed his often humorous commentaries on human behaviour made his work invariably entertaining and interesting.
This poem was being censored from collections of Rochester's poetry as late asthough, in line with a general change in attitudes to sexuality, it was dramatised as a scene in the film The Libertine about Erotic womens literature life based on an existing play.
Farmer; the three volume Poetica Erotica and its more obscene supplement the Immortalia both edited by T.
He followed up in with another erotic collection in prose poems— Songs of Bilitis Les Chansons de Bilitisthis time with strong lesbian themes.
The castration of imaginative English literature made the clandestine literature of sex the most poverty stricken and boring in Europe".
One genre, which vies in oddness with the English "Merryland" productions, was inspired by the newly translated Arabian Nights and involved the transformation of people into objects which were in propinquity with or employed in sexual relationships: The climax of this trend is represented in French philosopher Diderot 's Les Bijoux indiscrets in which a magic ring is employed to get women's vaginas to give an account of their intimate sexual histories.
One poem which definitely was by him was "A Ramble in St.
James's Park " in which the protagonist's quest for healthy exercise in the park uncovers instead "Bugg'ries, Rapes and Incest" on ground polluted by debauchery from the time when "Ancient Pict began to Whore".
In the late 18th century, such works as Justine, or the Misfortunes of Virtue and Days of Sodom by the Marquis de Sade were exemplars of the theme of sado-masochism and influenced later erotic accounts of Sadism and masochism in fiction.