Pleasures and Follies of a Goodnatured Libertine La Bretonne a printer by trade published over novels in his lifetime many of them social tracts concerning reform In his private life the man was rather liberated and when he writes he writes

  • Title: Pleasures and Follies of a Goodnatured Libertine
  • Author: Rétif de la Bretonne
  • ISBN: 9781596541269
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
  • La Bretonne, a printer by trade, published over 250 novels in his lifetime, many of them social tracts concerning reform In his private life, the man was rather liberated and when he writes, he writes from experience Pleasures and Follies was titled L Anti Justine, ou les Delices de l Amour The work traces the growth and sexual awakening of Genovefette and her brother CLa Bretonne, a printer by trade, published over 250 novels in his lifetime, many of them social tracts concerning reform In his private life, the man was rather liberated and when he writes, he writes from experience Pleasures and Follies was titled L Anti Justine, ou les Delices de l Amour The work traces the growth and sexual awakening of Genovefette and her brother Cupidonnet, as they rise from adolescence into a world strewn with playful couplings and numerous partners.

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    1. Rétif de la Bretonne

      Nicolas Edme R tif or Nicolas Edme Restif 1734 1806 , also known as R tif de la Bretonne, was a French novelist The term retifism for shoe fetishism was named after him He has been described as both a social realist and a sexual fantasist in his writings.

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    1. Easily the most sexually mad ranting that has ever been spilled on page from a manic mind, Bretonne wrote an absurd number of books (something like 200), having been helped by owning a printing press - kind of like someone working at Lulu Self-Publishing and having literary ambitions beyond megalomania, anyhow, he went to every extreme in this novel, for the faint hearted or sensitive, this work will have you on the phone to the Censorship Board. It really covers every sexual taboo and is an exe [...]


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