Dirt: The Whip Angels/Linda's Strange Vacation

Dirt The Whip Angels Linda s Strange Vacation The Whip Angels and Linda s Strange Vacation are long lost forbidden classics of explicit literary erotica first published clandestinely in s s Paris and now restored to their true glory and p

  • Title: Dirt: The Whip Angels/Linda's Strange Vacation
  • Author: Diane Bataille
  • ISBN: 9781840680270
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Whip Angels and Linda s Strange Vacation are long lost forbidden classics of explicit literary erotica, first published clandestinely in 1950s 60s Paris, and now restored to their true glory and place of pre eminence amongst the most erotic, imaginative and exceptional examples of the genre.Both books are rites of passage stories throbbing with stunning sexual mani The Whip Angels and Linda s Strange Vacation are long lost forbidden classics of explicit literary erotica, first published clandestinely in 1950s 60s Paris, and now restored to their true glory and place of pre eminence amongst the most erotic, imaginative and exceptional examples of the genre.Both books are rites of passage stories throbbing with stunning sexual manias, lusts and perverse twists Attributed to Diane Bataille wife of Georges, author of Story of the Eye , The Whip Angels blazes with erotic excess and incandescent cruelty, while Marcus Huttning s Linda s Strange Vacation climaxes in an orgy of staggering polymorphous diversity.An omnibus edition of two Creation Books best sellers.

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    One Reply to “Dirt: The Whip Angels/Linda's Strange Vacation”

    1. Walking the tightrope of perverse and revolting, Diane Bataille follows in her husband Georges footsteps, and more or less pulls it off. "Linda's Strange Vacation," the second story in this combination of overlooked Olympia Press books from back in the day, doesn't quite make it.

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