A champagne-drinking Victorian traveller, Walter is lascivious, obnoxious and possessed of an insatiable sexual appetite. Through a bawdy catalogue of indecent scenarios with maids, widows and wenches, he solicits an indulgent exploration of the flesh. His obsessions, fantasies and voyeuristic tendencies are explored and revealed within this diary - one of the most famous examples of Victorian erotic literature from the decadent era. Only six copies of 'My Secret Life' were initially printed in Attempts to republish the book resulted in the novel being repeatedly banned.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? First published in entitled "The Dawn of Sensuality," it has been published in many forms and titles, and seized by censors and police. But in a British printer, Arthur Dobson, was sentenced to two years' imprisonment for producing a reprint in Great Britain.
My Secret Life, Complete, Volumes 1-11
My Secret Life , by "Walter", is the memoir of a gentleman describing the author's sexual development and experiences in Victorian England. It was first published in a private edition of eleven volumes, at the expense of the author, including an imperfect index, which appeared over seven years beginning around The work itself is enormous, amounting to over one million words,  the eleven original volumes amounting to over 4, pages. The text is repetitive and highly disorganised,  but its frank discussion of sexual matters and other hidden aspects of Victorian life make it a rare and valuable social document.
Welcome to the secret world of Walter, a diary of one man's obsession with the opposite sex. A champagne-drinking Victorian traveler, Walter is lascivious, obnoxious, and possessed of an insatiable sexual appetite. Through a bawdy catalog of indecent scenarios with maids, widows, and wenches, he solicits an indulgent exploration of the flesh. His obsessions, fantasies, and. His obsessions, fantasies, and voyeuristic tendencies are explored and revealed within this diary—one of the most famous examples of Victorian erotic literature from the decadent era.