The Confessions of Lady Beatrice

The Confessions of Lady Beatrice

Unknown writer, publisher, and personages appearing in the novel. Published by the "Erotica Bibion" Club, whoever they were. Only a few existing copies of the work remain.

Author: Anonymous

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ISBN: 1546692509

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Unknown writer, publisher, and personages appearing in the novel. Published by the "Erotica Bibion" Club, whoever they were. Only a few existing copies of the work remain.
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Confessions of Lady Beatrice

Confessions of Lady Beatrice

In the deliciously decadent tradition of First Training and Astrid Cane, Confessions of Lady Beatrice tells the story of a young lady, initiated into the forbidden debaucheries that flow naturally from the pleasure and pain of chastisement, ...

Author: Anonymous

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1512044504

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In the deliciously decadent tradition of First Training and Astrid Cane, Confessions of Lady Beatrice tells the story of a young lady, initiated into the forbidden debaucheries that flow naturally from the pleasure and pain of chastisement, brought to submission and trained by an extremely knowledgeable and nurturing older woman. Together with her friends, Beatrice will experience all manner of deeds and devices, front and back, and will come to bend all, men and woman alike, to her every libidinous whim. This classic of Victorian Erotic literature, originally published by the The Erotica Biblion society of London and New York, written anonymously in 1900, is abound with a sexual energy that will not fail to arose and entice avid followers of the genre.
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The Confessions of Lady Beatrice

The Confessions of Lady Beatrice

Showing How She Kept the 11th Commandment "Thou Shall Not Be Found Out" I do not like old rooms that are brown with the smell of time.

Author: A. Pukka Swiver

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 145281239X

Category: Fiction

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Showing How She Kept the 11th Commandment "Thou Shall Not Be Found Out" I do not like old rooms that are brown with the smell of time. The ceilings in my husband's house were too high. They ran away from me. In the night I would reach up my hands but I could not touch them. When Edward asked me what I was doing I said I was reaching my hands up to touch the sky. He did not understand. Were we too young together? Once a week he would remove my nightdress and make love to me. Sometimes I moved, sometimes I did not. Sometimes I spoke, sometimes I did not speak. I did not know the words to speak. We quarrelled. His stepmother, would scold us. She could hear. In the large, high-ceilinged rooms voices carried as burnt paper flies, rising, tumbling, falling. Drifting. The doors were always half open. Sometimes-lying in bed as if upon a huge cloud-I would play with his prick, his cock, his pintle. Pintle. I do not like the set in it. Sometimes I would turn and he would rub it against the groove in my bottom. I liked that. I lay with my nightgown up, my back to him, and had my dreams. The rubbing was nice. My cheeks squeezed tightly on his cock. www.victorian-erotica.org
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Beatrice Goes to Brighton

Beatrice Goes to Brighton

“I want you to write me a full confession of your attempts to abduct Lady Beatrice
and give it to me. You must never approach her again. If you do, I shall turn your
confession over to the authorities.” “Anything,” he gabbled eagerly. Hannah drew
 ...

Author: M. C. Beaton

Publisher: Rosetta Books

ISBN: 9780795312496

Category: Fiction

Page: 151

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A lady finds new love by the seaside in this romance by “the best of the Regency writers” (Kirkus Reviews). Lady Beatrice Marsham has finally been widowed from her husband—and now her family is trying to saddle her with another, equally awful one. She has no choice but to flee by stagecoach to the Brighton seaside—where she meets Miss Hannah Pym, who is determined to find her a proper match. The traveling matchmaker has a candidate in mind: Lord Alistair Munro. But he has heard the gossip about Lady Beatrice. According to the ton, she is nothing but a heartless flirt. Miss Pym and the Brighton air are working their charms on the lady, however—and she will soon be working her charms on him . . . Originally written under the name Marion Chesney, this is a witty adventure of a romance by M. C. Beaton, the New York Times–bestselling author of the Agatha Raisin and Hamish Macbeth series.
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A History of Women in the West

A History of Women in the West

Her confession led to a thorough investigation of the village of Montaillou. Men
and ... The other, a noblewoman and the wife of a knight, was much older: she
was none other than Beatrice, the woman with whom the scandal had originated.

Author: Georges Duby

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674403681

Category: History

Page: 588

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Discusses the legal, social, and religious position of women in the Greco-Roman world, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Industrial Revolution, and modern era.
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Bodies Speech and Reproductive Knowledge in Early Modern England

Bodies  Speech  and Reproductive Knowledge in Early Modern England

BeatriceJoanna and De Flores privately conferring, Jasperino is sure that
Alsemero now has enough evidence to ... role of courtroom examiner and trying
to exact a confession: ALSEMERO: Pray resolve me one question, lady.
BEATRICE: If I ...

Author: Sara D. Luttfring

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317534457

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 232

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This volume examines early modern representations of women’s reproductive knowledge through new readings of plays, monstrous birth pamphlets, medical treatises, court records, histories, and more, which are often interpreted as depicting female reproductive bodies as passive, silenced objects of male control and critique. Luttfring argues instead that these texts represent women exercising epistemological control over reproduction through the stories they tell about their bodies and the ways they act these stories out, combining speech and physical performance into what Luttfring calls 'bodily narratives.' The power of these bodily narratives extends beyond knowledge of individual bodies to include the ways that women’s stories about reproduction shape the patriarchal identities of fathers, husbands, and kings. In the popular print and theater of early modern England, women’s bodies, women’s speech, and in particular women’s speech about their bodies perform socially constitutive work: constructing legible narratives of lineage and inheritance; making and unmaking political alliances; shaping local economies; and defining/delimiting male socio-political authority in medical, royal, familial, judicial, and economic contexts. This book joins growing critical discussion of how female reproductive bodies were used to represent socio-political concerns and will be of interest to students and scholars working in early modern literature and culture, women’s history, and the history of medicine.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Jonson Shakespeare and Aristotle on Comedy

Jonson  Shakespeare  and Aristotle on Comedy

As McEachern notes, “Benedick and Beatrice exchange confessions of love, but
they do so, as Beatrice acknowledges, ... hoax that Benedick turns his attention
and pity toward Beatrice, asking, “Lady Beatrice, have you wept all this while?

Author: Jonathan Goossen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351658683

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 208

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Jonson, Shakespeare, and Aristotle on Comedy relates new understandings of Aristotle’s dramatic theory to the comedy of Ben Jonson and William Shakespeare. Typically, scholars of Renaissance drama have treated Aristotle’s theory only as a possible historical influence on Jonson’s and Shakespeare’s drama, focusing primarily on their tragedies. Yet recent classical scholarship has undone important misconceptions about Aristotle’s Poetics held by early modern commentators and fleshed out the theory of comedy latent within it. By first synthesizing these developments and then treating them as an interpretive theory, rather than simply an historical influence, this book demonstrates a remarkable consonance between Aristotelian principles of plot and its emotional effect, on the one hand, and the comedy of Shakespeare and Jonson, on the other. In doing so, it also reveals surprising similarities between these seemingly divergent dramatists.
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Beatrice Or The Unknown Relatives

Beatrice  Or  The Unknown Relatives

For such a hope she was willing to die , ” said Lady Edith solemnly . “ Certainly ,
Lady Anne , private confession is the main engine of papists for continuing to
enslave their victims ; and most diligently do they enforce it . I know for a positive
fact ...

Author: Catherine Sinclair

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ISBN: OXFORD:600078599

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The Duchess Or Woman s Love and Woman s Hate

The Duchess  Or  Woman s Love and Woman s Hate

Lady , parents and relatives have I none . ... And would you , Lady Beatrice ,
condescend to think of me ? ... this is worse than madness , Sieur de Pomperant ,
" said Beatrice , dreading , like a very woman , the confession she most longed to
 ...

Author: Archibald Boyd

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ISBN: PRNC:32101067630267

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Beatrice

Beatrice

Author: Henry Rider Haggard

Publisher: W. Bryce

ISBN: HARVARD:HN23ZI

Category: Man-woman relationships

Page: 312

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Beatrice Cenci a Historical Novel of the Sixteenth Century

Beatrice Cenci a Historical Novel of the Sixteenth Century

Try to deserve with a sincere confession the mercy of the most Blessed Father . ...
Do not force me , Lady Beatrice , to use rigor ; consider that the torments suffered
by you are as pleasures compared with the atrocious tortures ” ( and here he ...

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ISBN: IBSR:BS000999778

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Page: 292

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Beatrice Cenci

Beatrice Cenci

... portion of our brotherhood went , and baving entered into the chapel , and
performed the usual prayers , there were colle signed to them the
undermentioned Roman ladies condemned to death ; namely Lady Beatrice
Cenci , and Lady Lucrezia Petroui , wife of the deceased Count Don Francesco
Cenci . ... Confession. 213.

Author: Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi

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ISBN: UOM:39015010534975

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The London Journal

The London Journal

Beatrice lived and moved — a mystery which will bo save the Lady Beatrice even
dreamed , whatever Lord “ He is ... You were not to " Oh , heaven ! if I could only
claim you before the but confession was impossible . He is good and noble ...

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Dante Beatrice from 1282 to 1290

Dante   Beatrice from 1282 to 1290

... while delivering the embroidered contigie to the departing Countess ; was
telling himn of the gifts the Lady Beatrice ... The roll was the confession of his faith
, prepared and kept in readiness for danger , or sickness , or approach of death .

Author: Elizabeth Kerr Coulson

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ISBN: PRNC:32101066458363

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Dante and Beatrice from 1282 to 1290 by Roxburghe Lothian

Dante and Beatrice  from 1282 to 1290  by Roxburghe Lothian

... while delivering the embroidered contigie to the departing Countess ; was
telling himn of the gifts the Lady Beatrice ... The roll was the confession of his faith
, prepared and kept in readiness for danger , or sickness , or approach of death .

Author: Elizabeth Kerr Coulson

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ISBN: OXFORD:600060842

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The Australian Journal

The Australian Journal

I have a confession to make , and he is implicated in it . " One of the policemen ,
at a sign from Lord Trevelyan , detained The hour dreaded by Geoffrey Trevelyan
and the Lady Beatrice the guilty profligate . for eighteen years had come at last .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119099823

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My Lady Beatrice

 My Lady Beatrice

Don't interfere with my Lady Beatrice , ” said Dr. Freyne , chuckling . " Not when
she ... A proud little minx is my Lady Beatrice , and one it wouldn't be well to cross
. But to me she has ... not sit down . He was plainly in a 128 THE CONFESSION.

Author: Frances Cooke

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ISBN: OSU:32435018291468

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Page: 255

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The Cornell Magazine

The Cornell Magazine

[ An Extract from the Confessions of Lady Beatrice Souvard . ) Oft went Francesca
with him light to pace The terraced walk that winds ' mid shine and shade , By
beds of blooming flowers and sloping lawns , To where a fountain leaps within
the ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B2872390

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Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine

Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine

There is an conference with this harpy , " and amusing despair in the confession .
... Pedro breaks in upon his musing quite forgets that he has himself to blame if
Beatrice has dealt lady Beatrice hath a quarrel to sharply with him ; for had he not
 ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B5227859

Category: Scotland

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Categories: Scotland