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Frederick Hankey

1823 – Frederick Hankey, son of Sir Frederick Hankey {1800-1855) is born in Corfu, Greece. Retiring from the military as a Captain in the Guards in 1840, Hankey moves to Paris where he indulges in his passion of erotic literature, to the point of being obsessed, with increasingly sadistic desires and fantasies. Ashbee once compared him to Marquis de Sade "without the intellect" (a scary thought). Hankey also supplies sado-masochistic erotica to Swinburne, Richard Burton and Richard Monckton Milnes. --http://www.eroticabibliophile.com/people19.html [Sept 2004]

L'Ecole des Biches

ECOLE DES BICHES (L'), ou Mœurs des petites dames de ce temps [by Edmund Duponchel, Alfred Bégis & Frederick Hankey].Préface de Adolph Goubin, Docteur es-lettres. Paris: La Bibliothèque Privée [Régine Deforges], 1969. 8vo. Pp. 219. No. 3170 of an unspecified limitation. Original paper boards, gilt.

[ECOLE DES BICHES (L'), ou Mœurs des petites dames de ce temps.] School for Girls, or Morals of the Little Ladies of our Time… Translated by L. E. Laban [Lauraine Kirby]. Introduction by Allen D. Warner, Ph.D. [Hilary E. Holt.] North Hollywood: Brandon House [Milton Luros], 1967. 8vo. pp. xii+164. Series no. 2026. Original wrappers. First edition. --http://www.sonic.net/~patk/Library.html [Aug 2004]

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