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The Boudoir: A Journal of Voluptuous Victorian Reading
by Blue Moon Books
Paperback from Blue Moon Books

Classic Erotic Tales
by Shelley Klein (Editor), Ed L. Omara
(Hardcover)

Before Pornography: Erotic Writing in Early Modern England (Studies in the History of Sexuality)
by Ian Frederick Moulton
Hardcover: 284 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.91 x 9.36 x 6.38
Oxford University Press; ISBN: 0195137094; (March )

Erotic Tales of the Victorian Age
by Bram Stoker, Emile Zola, Walter Charles Devereaux
Paperback from Prometheus Books

Chasing Danny Boy : Powerful Stories of Celtic Eros
by Mark Hemry (Editor), et al
(Paperback)

Child-Loving: The Erotic Child and Victorian Literature
by James R. Kincaid
Paperback: 413 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.55 x 8.97 x 6.01
Routledge; ISBN: 041591003X; Rpt edition (November )

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Departure from the Golden Cross (Victorian Era/ st #114)
by James Jennings, Richard Manton
(Paperback - May 1992)

Don Winslow's Victorian Erotica
by Don Winslow
The English manor house is a place apart, a place of elegant living where in splendid isolation the gentry can freely indulge their passions for the outdoor sports of riding and hunting. Of course, there are those whose passions run toward "indoor sports" lascivious activities enthusiastically, if discreetly, pursued by lusty men and sensual women behind large and imposing stone walls of baronial splendor, where they are safely hidden from prying eyes. These privileged few believe that even though one might indulge in the most unspeakable perversions, proper decorum must always be maintained. A facade of respectability is essential, as even grand estates with names like Rosedale, Chetem, and Follingsea become hotbeds of hedonistic pleasures, unrestrained indulgence, and sheer sexual excess. These are tales of such licentious decadence from behind the walls of these stately houses of a bygone era. 
Paperback from Blue Moon Books

Emily: Or, the Voluptuous Delights of a Once-Innocent Young Lady: A Victorian Novel
by James Jennings
Paperback from Grove Press
1985

Eroticism on the Renaissance Stage: Transcendence, Desire, and the Limits of the Visible (Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture , n
from Cambridge University Press

Before the Closet: Same-Sex Love from Beowulf to Angels in America
from University of Chicago Press

Fanny Hill, Or, Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (Modern Library Classics)
by John Cleland, Gary Gautier (Introduction)
Fanny Hill, shrouded in controversy for most of its more than 250-year life, and banned from publication in the United States until 1966, was once considered immoral and without literary merit, even earning its author a jail sentence for obscenity.

The tale of a naive young prostitute in bawdy eighteenth-century London who slowly rises to respectability, the novel - and its popularity - endured many bannings and critics, and today Fanny Hill is considered an important piece of political parody and sexual philosophy on par with French libertine novels.

This uncensored version is set from the 1749 edition and includes commentary by Charles Rembar, the lawyer who defended the novel in the 1966 U.S. Supreme Court case, and newly commissioned notes.
Paperback: 272 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.70 x 8.24 x 5.04
Modern Library; ISBN: 0375758089; (September 11, )

Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (Oxford World's Classics)
from Oxford University Press

Ethnological and Cultural Studies of the Sex Life in England As Revealed in Its Erotic and Obscene Literature and Art
by Iwan Bloch 
Book Description Originally published in German 1903, this classic on the on the history of sexual behavior in England is a detailed study of England's more esoteric sexual history, including debaucheries of court life, sexual quackery, perversions and usual practices, with the theme that repression of normal sexual urges leads to such outlets. It has numerous bibliographical references drawn from historical memoirs, literature, the press, etc., dealing with such topics as prostitution, homosexuality, sadism, masochism, flagellation and other sexual perversions.

Governing Pleasures: Pornography and Social Change in England, 1815-1914
by Lisa Z. Sigel
How did concepts of sex and gender, race and class, home and empire develop in Victorian society? Lisa Z. Sigel charts the evolution of these ideas through the medium of pornography. Governing Pleasures details its production, distribution, and consumption in Great Britain between Waterloo and World War One. Rather than viewing pornography as a static phenomenon, Sigel examines how this medium changed over time to explore key questions: How did British society define pornography? Who had access to it? What did people make of its ideas? And how did these messages affect sexual and social dynamics? The author asserts that pornography offered people a way to make sense of sexuality and its relationship to the world during the transition of British society from an era of radical politics to one of consumer pleasures. Sigel vividly illustrates her arguments with literary and visual materials drawn from public and private collections. The Publisher.
Paperback: 227 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.63 x 9.12 x 5.94 
Publisher: Rutgers University Press; ; (February 1, ) 
ISBN: 0813530024 

John Addington Symonds: Culture and the Demon Desire
from Palgrave Macmillan

Sappho in Early Modern England: Female Same-Sex Literary Erotics, 1550-1714 (Chicago Series on Sexuality, History, and Society)
from University of Chicago Press
 

The Pilgrimage of Dorothy Richardson
from The University of Wisconsin Press 

Queer Virgins and Virgin Queens on the Early Modern Stage
from Oxford University Press

Virginal Sexuality and Textuality in Victorian Literature (Suny Series, the Body in Culture, History, and Religion)
from State Univ of New York Pr
 

Victorian Sappho
by Yopie Prins
Hardcover: 256 pages
Princeton Univ Pr; ISBN: 0691059187; (February 22, )
 
Sex or Symbol?: Erotic Images of Greece and Rome
by Catherine Johns
(Paperback)

My Secret Life: An Erotic Diary of Victorian London
by James R. Kincaid (Editor), James Jennings
(Mass Market Paperback)

The Naughty Victorian Handbook: Furtling: The Rediscovered Art of Erotic Hand Manipulation
by Burton Silver, Jeremy Bennett
Paperback from Workman Publishing Company
1989

Nexus Classic: Paradise Bay (Nexus)
by Maria Del Rey
(Mass Market Paperback)

Pearl: A Journal of Facetive and Voluptuous Reading
by James Jennings
Book Description Lewd, bawdy, and sensual, this cult classic is a collection of Victorian erotica that circulated in an underground magazine known as The Pearl from July 1879 to December 1880. Now dusted off and totally uncensored, the journal of voluptuous reading that titillated the eminent Victorians is reprinted in its entirety. The 18 issues of The Pearl are packed with short stories, naughty poems, ballads of sexual adventure, letters, limericks, jokes, gossip, and six serialized novels including "La Rose d'Amour," filled with inventive and exotic lovemaking scenes; "Miss Coote's Confession," with graphic descriptions of initiations into pleasure; and "Young Beginners," a collection of exuberant sexual adventures. Scatological and scandalous, The Pearl is definitely not for the straitlaced or pure of mind.
Paperback: 643 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.14 x 8.29 x 5.53 
Publisher: Ballantine Books (Trd Pap); ; Reissue edition  
ISBN: 0345410041 

THE PEARL: The Classic Magazine of Victorian Erotica Vol. I
by Anonymous
Digital from Renaissance eBooks

The Pearl Vol III: The Underground Magazine of Victorian Erotica
by Anonymous
Digital from Sizzler

Greek Erotica
by Martin F. Kilmer
(Hardcover - January 1993)
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Lolita (Vintage International)
by Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov
(Paperback - March 1989)

Tipping the Velvet
Sarah Waters
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Eros: The Myth of Ancient Greek Sexuality
by Bruce S. Thornton
(Paperback)

Eros, Consciousness, and Kundalini: Deepening Sensuality through Tantric Celibacy and Spiritual Intimacy
by Stuart, Ph.D. Sovatsky
(Paperback)
 

Eros and Magic in the Renaissance
by Ioan P. Culianu, et al
Paperback: 264 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.69 x 9.02 x 6.06
University of Chicago Press; ISBN: 0226123162; (December 1987)
 
The Comedy of Eros: Medieval French Guides to the Art of Love
by Norman R. Shapiro (Translator), et al
(Paperback)

The Romantic Friendship Reader: Love Stories Between Men in Victorian America
by Axel Nissen
Paperback from Northeastern University Press

Surrealism and the Sacred: Power, Eros, and the Occult in Modern Art
by Celia Rabinovitch
(Hardcover)

An Anthology of Classic Anonymous Erotic Writing
by Michael Perkins (Editor)
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Exposed: The Victorian Nude
from Watson-Guptill Pubns
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Autumn Scandals: The Victorian Era
by Martin Pyx
Paperback from Blue Moon Books
1990
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Sex and Death in Victorian Literature
from Indiana University Press
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The Tangerine (The Victorian Era/ st # 115)
by James Jennings, Edward Delaunay (Mass Market Paperback - September 1992)
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Vintage Erotica Anno 1930 DVD
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