4 edition of Fanny"s trials found in the catalog.
|Statement||written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, and approved by the Committee of Publication.|
|Contributions||Dean, Christopher C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
In Neil McKenna's latest book, Fanny and Stella, he tells how two young men who liked to dress as women were feted about town – and ended up as the subjects of a sensational show trial. His book The End of Obscenity: The Trials of Lady Chatterley, Tropic of Cancer & Fanny Hill by the Lawyer Who Defended Them () won the George Polk Award in journalism. Perspective () is a collection of essays, and The Law of the Land: The Evolution of Our Legal System () is a legal history of Western Europe and the United : Open Road Media.
Fanny Agnes is a "sturdy girl" who foresees a prince-or at least the mayor's son-as the man of her dreams. She's even depending on her fairy godmother to provide one for her. But she marries Heber Jensen, a farmer, and they share a life filled with ups and downs, babies, laughter, and love/5(10). A brilliant amalgam of Tom Jones, Moll Flanders,and Fanny Hill, Erica Jong’s Fanny is a wonderfully inventive, deliciously bawdy picaresque novel featuring an irrepressible heroine you won’t soon forget In eighteenth-century England, life begins somewhat ignobly for Fanny Hackabout-Jones. Abandoned as an infant on the doorstep of Lord and Lady Bellars’s /5(13).
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The true story told in the book is great in itself, made even better by the narrator's quirky, comically bombastic style. Fanny and Stella tells the story of two male cross-dressers in mid Victorian England and their arrest and trial on charges of sodomy/5().
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