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"Britain was a mainly urban society...and soon an expanding range of sexual literature became available in the cities. Mark Grossek, the son of a Jewish immigrant tailor in Southwark, acquired his knowledge from grafitti, scandalous stories in the local press, "Lloyd"s Weekly News", "Measure for Measure", the Song of Solomon, some old plays a fellow student had dug out of his father"s library, General Booth"s "In Darkest England", Tobias Smollett, Quain"s "Dictionary of Medicine", as well as Leviticus (""For myself, the most subtle aura of enticement was wafted from the verb "begat" and the noun "concubine"""). There was also Ovid, but unfortunately the popular translation published by Bohn ""had left all the tasty chunks in Latin""."

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See Mark Grossek, 'First Movement', pp. 30, 135-9.

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/98315
Accessed on 2019/09/17 15:15:42

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Grossek, Mark
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The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes
Related place
England
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