New Chapter in the Russian Story of O!
Slave Women of the Czar is a recognized classic of erotic literature. As Robert Kramer, M.D. wrote in the Introduction to the first U.S. edition, the book "was written late in the eighteenth century just prior to the Communist Revolution and reflects the total debasement of human existence in a society where a human being was considered property."
In this frank and honest novel, a beautiful young serf woman struggles to escape the cruel life of slavery imposed upon her by a powerful master--and succeeds after a series amorous escapades involving graphic scenes of BDSM. Used as a toy by her masters, Grushenka rebels and is sent to the torture chambers where she is subjected to whipping and other punishments in an effort to break her spirit. But Grushenka is three times a woman and escapes to emerge triumphant, with power over the nobility, when she joins Russia's most famous brothel. At first, she is forced to endure the sexual cruelties of both men and women, but ultimately rises becomes the brothel's Madam, whose knowledge of their intimate secrets gives her the kind of power over the nobility that they once exercised over her!
An erotic classic with a strong social theme.
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