The Pearl, A Magazine of Facetiae and Voluptuous Reading was issued for 18 months in with two Christmas supplements. Our OCRed version is derived from the Grove Press paperback issue and corrected with reference to a reprint. We do not have the Christmas supplement. Dec 08, · The Pearl is a collection of erotic tales, rhymes, songs and parodies in magazine form that were published in London between to , when they were forced to shut down by the authorities for publishing rude and obscene literature.
Feb 02, · The Pearl: A Journal of Facetive and Voluptuous Reading [Anonymous] on afterworld.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Pearl made its debut in London in July , a self-proclaimed journal for every taste. It flourished on the subterranean market until December /5(42). Dec 22, · ( Update): I don’t know whether I’ll actually read all of it, but the famous Victorian erotica magazine, Pearl is now completely online. Horray! Here’s a poem called, the Novice: A pretty little novice in her convent woke at dawn, And looking from her lattice she spied upon the lawn, A handsome shepherd quite intenAuthor: Robert Nagle.
Community Reviews. The Pearl, in its Kindle Edition at least, is the compilation of all the issues of the magazine of the same title. Each issue contains chapters of separate stories, erotic poetry, and little one-shot anecdotes. The editors have kept everything as it was, so far as order goes- /5. The Pearl #1. THE RIVAL TOASTS. An English and an American vessel of war being in port together, Captain Balls, of the former, invited the officers of the Yankee frigate to dine in board of his ship, but stipulated, in order to avoid any unpleasantness, that no offensive or .
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10 The Pearl William Lazenby, The Pearl contained pornographic stories—many were serialized and included such classics as Lady Pokingham or They All Do It and Sub-Umbra or Sport Among the She-Noodles —plus dirty jokes, limericks, and humorous song and poem parodies. The magazine’s primary focus was humor;. “The night before I married you your father made me promise to always take care of you.” I laughed a little, easily able to picture my tall, burly father cornering the young knight I had fallen in love with.