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Jack converts a room in his house into a kind of erotic torture chamber equipped with beds to which women can be strapped and held helpless and which is soundproofed to make their screams unheard. Other equipment includes cords and pulleys, flagellation implements and a mechanical Chair of Treachery to which helpless females are lured to be restrained in. Jack lures women he knows into this room and takes considerable pride in meticulously planned sadomasochistic activities which he describes in minute detail.
The Lustful Turk, or Lascivious Scenes from a Harem is a pre-Victorian British erotic epistolary novel. The series of letters written by its heroine, Emily Barlow, to her friend, Sylvia Carey reveal an extraordinary story. When Emily sails from England for India in June 1814 her ship is attacked by Moorish pirates and she is taken to the harem of Ali, dey of Algiers. Ali rapes her and subjects her to his will, awakening her sexual passions. Emily's debasement continues when Ali insists on anal sex, arousing the horror of her correspondent Sylvia, who expresses her indignation at Ali's behaviour, in a letter that the latter intercepts. Annoyed at her attitude, Ali arranges for Sylvia to be abducted and brought to the slave market of Algiers.
The Magna Carta, issued in 1215 by King John. 'No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions ... except by the lawful judgement of his peers...To no one will we sell, to no one deny or delay right or justice.' Although not originally intended as a bill of rights, Magna Carta was used in these terms whenever people's liberties were challenged and is celebrated today as England's eary form of democracy. The continuing symbolic significance of Magna Carta was shown when the universal Declaration of Human Rights was presented to the United Nations in 1948 as a 'Magna Carta for the future'.
A classic Victorian erotic novel in which insatiable Charlie Roberts describes his sexual experiences including incest with his sisters Eliza and Mart, sex with his governesses, and his later sexual exploits with various male and female friends, and acquaintances.