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Josefine Mutzenbacher Or The Story of a Viennese Wench, as Told by Herself

Author : Josefine Mutzenbacher
Publisher : Books on Demand
Release : 2018
Category : Uncategorized
ISBN : 9528006558
File Size : 32,9 Mb
Total Download : 396


Book Summary: Josefine -- the ultimate WEAPON of LOVE. With her sheer presence, she makes all men and women EXPLODE! The formative years of Vienna's most eminent courtesan, Josefine "Pepi" Mutzenbacher (1852-1904), told in her own words. The hidden vices of the clergy and the nobility -- ruthlessly exposed! For the first time, this 1906 classic of erotica is presented in a complete and accurate translation. At last the original German text is rendered as it is. Nothing is censored! Nothing is left out! Nothing is added! Read here the REAL STORY of Josefine before it gets banned again! Forget all the previous abridged, expurgated, distorted, botchered, defrauded, and pirated publications! This new immaculate edition has been prepared by an expert in Austrian literature. "Josefine Mutzenbacher" was published anonymously in Vienna 112 years ago. The book is now generally attributed to Felix Salten (1869-1945), the father of Bambi and many other beloved animal heroes and heroines. "Josefine Mutzenbacher" explores the most animal urges lurking in all men. This novel is the literary complement to Sigmund Freud's "Theory of Sexuality," published in 1905.

Oh! Oh! Josephine

Author : Felix Salten
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1973
Category : German fiction
ISBN : 0284984981
File Size : 51,9 Mb
Total Download : 421


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Freud and the Child Woman

Author : Fritz Wittels
Publisher : Yale University Press
Release : 1995-01-01
Category : Psychology
ISBN : 0300064853
File Size : 54,8 Mb
Total Download : 361


Book Summary: Fritz Wittels (1880-1950) was a pioneering Viennese psychoanalyst, the first biographer of Freud (1924), and intermittently friend and rival of Freud himself, of Wilhelm Stekel, and of their famous satirical adversary, Karl Kraus. Towards the end of his life, while living and practising as an analyst in the United States, Wittels wrote a two-hundred-page memoir of his early life and career in Vienna. The typescript memoirs, held in the archives of the Abraham Brill Library, New York, are published here for the first time, accompanied by a range of little-known illustrations. Incomplete in places, they have been deftly edited, contextualised and introduced by Edward Timms, whose many valuable explanatory notes include the identification of the 'child woman' of the title. In his memoirs Wittels writes frankly and vividly about the erotic sub-culture of fin-de-siecle Vienna and about early controversies within the Psychoanalytic Society. His picture of the interaction between the two is startlingly original, and will appeal not only to historians of psychoanalysis, but to anyone interested in the Viennese cultural avant-garde. The erotic triangles in which Wittels, Kraus and Freud were involved are shown to have impinged directly on the activities of the famous Society. Freud himself plays a crucial role in the story, and the book as a whole is of exceptional importance for the origins of psychoanalysis.

The Hound of Florence

Author : Felix Salten
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2014-06-03
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN : 9781442487482
File Size : 40,9 Mb
Total Download : 601


Book Summary: When Lucas is magically transformed into the canine companion of a Viennese archduke, he learns that the privileged life he dreamed of is not all it is cracked up to be.

Memoirs of a Voluptuary

Author : Anonymous
Publisher : Wordsworth Editions Limited
Release : 1996-01-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1853266388
File Size : 38,9 Mb
Total Download : 338


Book Summary: 'Memoirs of a voluptuary' is one of the books that will confirm foreign prejudice that British Public Schools are hotbeds of homosexual activity. It describes the sexual awakening of the narrator, Charlie Powerscourt, and his friends Bob Rutherford and Jimmy, the Duke of Surrey. The ingenuity of their efforts to achieve sexual release is astonishing, and interwoven with this curious story is some remarkable heterosexual narrative from a sophisticated French friend.


Author : Felix Salten
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2016-02-16
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN : 9781442487666
File Size : 16,9 Mb
Total Download : 917


Book Summary: Follow Djibi the cat as she bounces from farm to forest to a hunter’s cozy home in this collectible edition of a classic animal story from the author of Bambi. Djibi the cat is loveable, independent, resourceful, and wise. After escaping from the farm where she was born, this extraordinary kitty learns how to survive in the woods. Djibi travels far in the forest before encountering a hunter. Knowing she is something special, the hunter takes Djibi home. It is a warm and cozy place, home to Tasso the dog, Hansi the canary, and soon, three rambunctious kittens. Ever the curious cat, Djibi continues to get into scrapes and messes around the house, but she loves the hunter and her other animal companions, and rules their home like a queen in her castle. Felix Salten’s timeless tale of a delightful cat and her extraordinary adventures is vividly depicted in this beautiful repackage.