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Patrick J. Kearney


Patrick J. Kearney is a writer and researcher. His main theme is the history of erotic fiction.

I acquired a Dutch translation of A history of Erotic Literature (1982) in August 2004 via Vulcanus book store..

A couple of weeks before, Jul 31, 2004, I found The Erotic Arts (1975) by Peter Webb at De Slegte.

These two books motivated to extend my erotica pages.

Pauvert [...]

A project that is nearing completion is a bibliography of the clandestines of Jean-Jacques Pauvert, inevitably a rather short compilation since unlike his contemporary, the late Eric Losfeld, Pauvert seemed uncomfortable publishing secretly and more interested in challenging French censorship head-on. --http://www.sonic.net/%7Epatk/ [Jan 2005]

Erotic Fiction [...]

Selected Bibliography

  • A history of Erotic Literature (1982) - Patrick J. Kearney [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]
    References to Gershon Legman, Wayland Young, Pascal Pia

  • The Paris Olympia Press - (1981) - Patrick J Kearney [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]

  • The Private Case: An annotated bibliography of the Private Case Erotica Collection in the British (Museum) Library (1981) - Patrick J Kearney [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]

    Scissors and Paste Bibliographies


    • Pierre Louÿs
    • Maurice Duflou
    • Briffaut frères
    • René Bonnel
    • Isidore Liseux
    • Louis Perceau
    • Pascal Pia
    • The Suppressed Safe
    • Select Bibliothèque
    • Galleries
    • Peter Fryer
    • Library Catalogue
    • German Olympia
    • Dutch Olympia
    • L'Enfer de la BNF
    • Olympia Competitors
    • Brandon House
    • P.C. additions
    • The Law of 1949
    • Some Favourite Links

    The Erotica Bibliophile [...]

    Sheryl Straight's The Erotica Bibliophile is an elegant and well-designed site dedicated to erotic art and publishers from approx. 1880 through 1950, with an emphasis on s&m and related themes. It is particularly valuable for its checklists of publishers such as Carrington and Fort, and artists like Martin Van Maele. The choice of artwork throughout the site, including many bibliographically useful titlepages, cannot be recommended highly enough. A most valuable resource. --http://www.sonic.net/%7Epatk/Links.html [Sept 2004]

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