Fanny Hill: Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (Annotated)
Date: August 2020
Duration: 14 hours 58 minutes
THIS IS THE ANNOTATED VERSION OF THE ORIGINAL BOOK. WE HAD ANNOTATED THIS BOOK BY ADDING HANDY SUMMARY OF ABOUT 50000 WORDS (APPROX.) IN IT.
Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure—popularly known as Fanny Hill (possibly an Anglicization of the Latin mons veneris, the mound of Venus)—is an erotic novel by English novelist John Cleland first published in London in 1748. The book exemplifies the use of euphemism. The text has no 'dirty words' or explicit scientific terms for body parts but uses many literary devices to describe genitalia.
The novel consists of two long letters (which appear as volumes I and II of the original edition) by Frances 'Fanny' Hill, a rich Englishwoman in her middle age, who leads a life of contentment with her loving husband Charles and their children, from Fanny to an unnamed acquaintance, identified only as 'Madam.' Fanny has been prevailed upon by 'Madam' to recount the 'scandalous stages' of her earlier life, which she proceeds to do with 'stark naked truth' as her governing principle.
After Fanny's parent's death, a friend convinces the girl to move to London but soon disappears. Fanny is hired as a maid by Mrs. Brown, a woman she believes to be a wealthy lady but turns out to be a brothel madam.
This Book is completely fictional and just for entertainment purpose and strictly for adults only.