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Samuel Pepys: Lust for Glory By Alistair Coleman
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On 1st January 1660, a humble government clerk called Samuel Pepys, the son of a London tailor, started a diary. He wrote candidly about his life, his work, the complex politics of the time, his wife... More > Elizabeth, and his many affairs. Then, for reasons lost down the years, the original diary was edited, censored, bowdlerised until it was nothing but a mere shell of the original work. Now, after literally minutes of research, we present the first fragment of Pepys's orginal work, restored to its bawdy glory, telling the true story of the restoration of the monarch under King Charles II, and the part played by a small dog called Lucy Minogue. Or, a work of comedy fiction based on (almost) true events at a tumultuous point in England's history. You decide.< Less
Samuel Pepys: Lust for Glory By Alistair Coleman
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On 1st January 1660, a humble government clerk called Samuel Pepys, the son of a London tailor, started a diary. He wrote candidly about his life, his work, the complex politics of the time, his wife... More > Elizabeth, and his many affairs. Then, for reasons lost down the years, the original diary was edited, censored, bowdlerised until it was nothing but a mere shell of the original work. Now, after literally minutes of research, we present the first fragment of Pepys's orginal work, restored to its bawdy glory, telling the true story of the restoration of the monarch under King Charles II, and the part played by a small dog called Lucy Minogue. Or, a work of comedy fiction based on (almost) true events at a tumultuous point in England's history. You decide.< Less
The Strange Incident of The Lisping Maid By Kozmikfish publication
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The First Cockshot Adventure. Follow the antics and adventures of our Late Victorian amateur detective as he attempts to solve baffling crimes with his faithful friend Dr Dimsdale. Best described as... More > schoolboy humour for adults these books have more innuendo than you can imagine: "Like an explosion in a double-entendre factory." Yet they also work as a well written "who done it" which will entertain and, possibly, get the little grey cells working alongside the laughter muscles. When Lord Sidney is found on his knees, sprawled across his bed with a garden spade near him..foul play is suspected. The local police call in the famous amateur detective but, unfortunately, he is busy so they are stuck with Cockshot, instead. Why are all the names so confusing, what terrible thing will be found in Dirty Gertie's Crack, and who has been tampering with the lovely Miss Violet's jugs? All this and much, much more in..The Strange Incident of The Lisping Maid.< Less
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Rampant Damsels By Michael H. Kelly
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A bawdy, comedy fantasy tale in which the larger than life ladies of the 'Rampant Damsel' tavern struggle to defend their home city from assassins, demons, invading armies, lingerie salesmen and... More > other assorted deviants. Not for the faint-hearted or easily shocked.< Less
Rampant Damsels By Michael H. Kelly
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A bawdy, comedy fantasy tale in which the larger than life ladies of the 'Rampant Damsel' tavern struggle to defend their home city from assassins, demons, invading armies, lingerie salesmen and... More > other assorted deviants. Not for the faint-hearted or easily shocked.< Less
The Country Wife By William Wycherley
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The best known Restoration Comedy classic of them all, renowned as the smuttiest play ever written, banned from print for over 200 years and considered too outrageous to be performed at all. The... More > tale of one man's quest to bed the society ladies of London and the young, married, innocent, country wife of his old whoring partner, with a trick so new it has never been tried before. Packed with witty dialogue, innuendo, society one-upmanship, and copious helpings of bawdiness, the perfect recipe for the perfect Restoration Comedy. More titles and further details: www.century-17.com< Less
To Take A Wife (To Have Not To Hold) By SJ Hills
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A witty new drama based on the Restoration Comedy, The Country Wife, renowned as the smuttiest play ever written, banned from print for 200 years and considered too outrageous to be performed at all.... More > Can Mr Horner corrupt and bed the young impressionable country wife despite her husband’s constant vigil, and can he persuade the society ladies of London, whose reputations must be upheld at all costs, to succumb to his attentions with a trick so new it has never been tried before? Witty dialogue, innuendo, society one-upmanship, and copious helpings of bawdiness More titles and information: www.century-17.com< Less
The Way Of The World By William Congreve
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A Tale Of Love, Lust & Avarice. Restoration Comedy Classic (banned for lewdness 300 years ago) Now acknowledged as probably the finest Restoration Comedy of its day. Filled with wit, lust and... More > satire, and including the immortal phrase, “’Tis better to have been left, than never to have been loved”, a group of associates all trying to bed one and marry another for financial gain see their plans may be thwarted by each other. They conceive ever more daring deceptions to attain their desires with inevitable consequences. For more titles and information www.century-17.com< Less
Love's Last Shift or The Fool In Fashion By Colley Cibber
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A Restoration Comedy Classic (banned for lewdness 300 years ago). The prequel to The Relapse. Love's Last Shift is the story of a last "shift" or trick that a virtuous wife, Amanda, is... More > driven to, in order to reform and win back her out-of-control husband, Mr. Loveless. Having been away for ten years, dividing his time between brothel and bottle, he no longer recognizes his wife when he returns to London. Acting the part of a high-class lady of the night, Amanda entices him into her luxurious house and treats him to the night of his dreams, only confessing her true identity in the morning. Love’s Last Shift was never again performed after the 1690s. Hand typed from early typescripts. For more titles and information: www.century-17.com< Less