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Two Flappers in Paris (Venus Library), Cantab, A
1 Cantab, A Two Flappers in Paris (Venus Library)
Grove Press 1969 Hardcover Very Good 
Hardcover in dust jacket. Jacket is lightly rubbed and slightly sunned. No marks or writing in book.

When Jack espies the nubile form of Evelyn staring out across the waves upon the deck of ship bound for France, his rakish predispositions can not keep him from striking up a conversation of the most deliciously suggestive kind. Finding her extremely eager to be educated in the wanton ways of Venus, Jack proposes to abuse his position as British Embassy Diplomat and pose as "Uncle" to the dear girl and her very close friend Nora. This colorfully graphic tale, written pseudonymously during the roaring '20s, will be sure to shock and delight as it did during that infamous decade of decadence. 
Price: 24.99 USD

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2 Girodias, Maurice Olympia Reader
Quality Paperback Book Club nd Paperback New 
Recent printing of the 1965 edition. Nice, square softcover, with NO marks or signs of wear. Includes Henry Miller, J.P. Donleavy, Lawrence Durrell, Samuel Beckett, John Cleland Holmes, Genet, Sade, Burroughs, Leroi Jones, Raymond Queneau, and many others. Seven hundred pages of filth and literature. 
Price: 17.50 USD
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3 Luis de V***, Don La Tarantula
1562011545 / 9781562011543 Collectible; Very Good 
Venus Library hardcover in dust jacket, 1969. First printing. Light stain and short closed tear to front panel of dust jacket. Otherwise Fine, with no marks or writing in book. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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4 Olivia (Dorothy Strachey Bussy) Olivia
Arno Press 1975 0405073828 / 9780405073823 Hardcover Very Good 
Hardcover reprint. This copy has the correct ISBN matching the 1975 Arno Press reprint of the 1949 original. 135 pages. No marks or writing in book. Bound in sturdy cloth covered boards. The author took her pen name from the title of her own book, which is largely autobiographical. The author was Dorothy Strachey Bussey, a fringe associate of the Bloomsbury Group, of which her brother Lytton Strachey was a founding member. Her novel was originally published by The Hogarth Press founded by Leonard and Virginia Woolf, and is about her experience as a student at Les Ruches - a French finishing school for girls - describing the protagonist's crush on the headmistress Mlle. Julie (i.e., Madame Marie Souvestre). Bussy later taught Shakespeare at Allenswood in England, where Souvestre relocated. This reprint was published by Arno Press as a volume in their multi-volume Homosexuality collection. Light rubbing to covers; otherwise Fine condition. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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5 Rice,. Beauty's Release, the Continued Erotic Adventures of Sleeping Beauty
0525481680 / 9780525481683 New 
Never read. Excellent copy from a later printing, with no marks, no creases or flaws to binding. Unused, but does have a trace of age-toning to the edges. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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