John Cleland Essays
A Woman of Many Pleasures: "Sapphic" Desire in 'Fanny Hill' College
The rise of the novel in mainstream 18th century English society, and the potential for complex identity formation through its narrative structure, provided a new medium for pornographic writing and consumption. Intersecting this rise, the word “...
Marriage in Pamela and Fanny Hill College
Class and gender chiefly governed British society in the eighteenth century and the opportunities for a woman to achieve social and financial security were scarce. In this society men of the upper class governed the female identity. This...