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Not Oscar Wilde, but fine. Se describe como sigue: This book would suffice. Y desde que se defiende a la homosexualidad como natural, el perverso es el hombre de leyes y el protestante que la condenan. I- El sensualista anarco-cristiano. Before you read this book, consider what you want to get out of it Retrieved from ” https: It all seemed reasonable lbro I was expecting it all to librk into one great and complex plot.

It does nothing to me, but fine.

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So here I’ve got a porno book from that I can never in good conscience r Yep. Jan 06, Yenny rated it it was amazing Shelves: University of Wisconsin Press.

So lets go by parts: The narrator attempts to rape the housemaid, and doesn’t succeed in penetrating her. Wilde’s authorship, while unproven, is claimed by erotic bookseller and pornographer Charles Hirsch”A few days later one of the young gentlemen I had seen with [Wilde] came to collect the package. I didn’t like any of the characters, especially the narcissistic narrator. Esta novela puede telwny no haber te,eny escrita por Oscar Wilde.

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Thus shaken, he vows not to fight his feelings and allows Teleny to introduce him to an underground sexual society of males desiring men. Mar 09, Amai rated it it was ok.

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As a straight guy with no gay-friends at least not that I know of I have little to no idea how exactly homosexual relationships work. It was the cheapest attempt at tragedy I’ve seen in my life.

She throws herself out a window. I recommend reading the prologue again after finishing the last chapter Ilbro accidentally skipped it, and I thought it was quite a suitable ending.

Jan 08, Fabiola rated it really liked it. Es decir, estaba destinada a ser imperecedera.

Esta novela es de Amazon Business Servicio para clientes librp empresa. You don’t read this book because you want to check another title off your “I’ve read everything Oscar Wilde wrote” list.

But it’s got nothing to do with Oscar Wilde’s style. This telenj point of view, and the appropriately unaffected prose used to tell the tale, validate Teleny’s position as the fountainhead lubro the modern approach to gender and sexuality in literature.

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The novel is one of the earliest pieces of English-language pornography that focuses explicitly and near-exclusively on homosexuality following The Sins of the Cities of the Plainpublished in So it doesn’t take a big stretch of the imagination to see how such brakes would not exist between guys.

So that’s good, I think. Eventually they meet and share their experiences of their unexplained bond which quickly leads to a passionate affair.

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It has the usual repulsive quality of Victorian pornography, but is kind of intriguing because the erotic imagination is so unedited. One of the only erotic novels I will ever read over telsny over again. Books with missing cover All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February Commons category link is on Wikidata. Teleny was published as part of this series in a limited edition of copies, with significant edits by Smithers, including the omission of an introduction and a change in the setting from London to Paris.

I guess that’s what you get from reading too much Diana Wynne Jones.