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Femdom Underground Stories

Author: Jennifer Mischief
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FEMDOM UNDERGROUND STORIES: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION.For the first time, all ten stories in one anthology, representing a huge discount of over 50%!All ten stories, all femdom. From professional and lifestyle Dom Jennifer Mischief, ten short stories of Female Domination. With a rogue's gallery of pathetic puny men and a cavalcade of strong cruel women, enter worlds of domination, humiliation, SPH, ballbusting, OTK and much more. Erotic, degrading, and 100% Female Domination, these are stories where men receive the punishments they deserve, from women more than happy to administer them... Jennifer Mischief is a long-time friend of D G Jones The Flayed Prince, and is pleased to announce her stories are available on his account and website: www.theflayedprince.co.uk ADULTS ONLY. Contains:Rex. Mrs Bradbury is a large mature matron who takes a no nonsense approach and Rex is sent to stay with her for a week of training in domestic service. She has no problem in highlighting his short comings and even less trouble in handing out some good old fashioned discipline to keep her new charge in line.Magnus. The best way to describe Magnus is a sleaze ball. Owner of his firm, he enjoys having complete power over his employees, that is until the new temp and her friend decide to take action on behalf of the women he has been lording over...Jerome. Jerome is not interesting in working, but when he has to take a job at the health farm, he discovers there are a few perks having so many women around. Things go badly wrong however when he makes the mistake of spying on three strapping amazon women in the changing rooms, and they are less than pleased at having a peeping Tom in their midst.James. Three years of front line service in the war is nothing to the horrors James is about to face. Caught and suspected to be a spy, he is sent to the dreaded Station Seven, an interrogation camp with a Valkyrie like staff, under the supervision of the evil Commandant Q. She and her staff are determined to discover the truth, using all means possible.Richard. Richard has a very small problem that has led to a life of humiliation and misery, so he checks himself into Doctor Kline's clinic with the hope she will be able to help. He puts himself in her hands, which turns out to be a big mistake, and the treatment he getsmight be worse than his original complaint.Alan. Alan is a small time thief and burglar who imagines himself to be a monster haunting the darkness. But his delusions are about to be brutally shattered when he encounters three college girls who are only too keen to mete out their own kind of justice after he tries to break in their home. Edward. Edward has been cheating on his wife for over a year now, meeting escorts in his plush hotel room for his secret liaisons. His latest assignation Elizabeth is something a little special, tall and raven haired, she is about to open a whole new world of pleasure to him. And suffering.Daniel. Out in the back woods, Daniel has been sent to deliver an eviction notice on the Tillman place, and the three sisters who live there. He soon discovers that they have their own little commune going on, one where women are most defiantly in control and the men are just the objects of their vicious amusement.Martin. Miss Sharp is the object of Martin's desires as she teaches on his evening class, and he finds himself spending more time fantasying about her than concentrating on his essays. The small young blonde is just what he has been aching for, and he can't believe his luck when she invites him home. Then he soon discovers he has seriously underestimated her, and she has desires of her own.Simon.Simon has been living with his Aunty Karen and Aunty Bea, two large mature ladies who have never had much time for him. When he is caught up to no good by Bea, things take a strange turn where he is snared between the two of them, both with very diffe

Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism

Author: Laurie Lanzen Harris
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Excerpts from criticism of the works of novelists, poets, playwrights, short story writers and other creative writers who lived between 1800 and 1900, from the first published critical appraisals to current evaluations.

Hitting A Straight Lick With A Crooked Stick

Author: Susan Edwards Meisenhelder
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Various critics have concluded that Zora Neale Hurston simply capitulated to external demands, writing stories white people wanted to hear. Susan Edwards Meisenhelder, however, argues that Hurston's response to her situation was much more sophisticated than her critics have recognized. Meisenhelder suggests, in fact, that Hurston's work, both fictional and anthropological, constitutes an extended critique of the values of white culture and a rejection of white models for black people. Repeatedly, Hurston's work shows the divisive effects that traditional white values, including class divisions and gender imbalances, have on blacks.Although Hurston openly criticized white culture in letters, in articles for black publications, and in the manuscript version of her autobiography, her attack is more indirect in her work published by white publishers and in white periodicals. Meisenhelder convincingly demonstrates that Hurston, drawing a lesson from African American folk tales dealing with black survival in a,white world, plays the role of artful trickster in such publications. In the tales of Daddy Mention, High John de Conquer, and other figures that she recorded and commented on in her anthropological works, Hurston found models of black people self-consciously donning a mask of subservience, even living up to racist stereotypes, to make fun of and win something from whites. Seeing Hurston as such a trickster figure in her writing invites substantial reinterpretation of many of her works.

The Interior

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Issues for Jan 12, 1888-Jan. 1889 include monthly "Magazine supplement".