The Romance of Chastisement

Illustration from The Romance of Chastisement.

The Romance of Chastisement is a Victorian pornographic collection on the theme of flagellation by George H. Stock (a probable pseudonym, also credited with The Whippingham Papers) and published by William Dugdale in London in 1866. It was reprinted by John Camden Hotten c. 1871 and by William Lazenby in 1883.

The collection contains The Revelations of Shrewsbury House.

1902 reprint and translationEdit

Le Magnétisme du Fouet, ou les Indiscrétions de Miss Darcy (1902).

In 1902 it was reprinted by Charles Carrington as The Magnetism of the Rod or the Revelations of Miss Darcy. In the same year Carrington also published a French translation by Jean de Villiot (Hugues Rebell, real name George Grassal) under the title Le Magnétisme du Fouet, ou les Indiscrétions de Miss Darcy.

Modern reprintEdit

  • "The Romance of Chastisement" by Delectus Books, 1993. 150 pages, hardcover. ISBN 9781897767153

See alsoEdit


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