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Row over teaching Fanny Hill highlights threat to freedom of expression

The Guardian
On Monday, Vogue's website, unusually straying into academia, reported: “Eyebrows were raised when the first erotic novel in the English language, Fanny Hill, was dropped from an 18th-century literature course 'for fear of offending students'.” This ...

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What Do Fanny Hill and King Lear Have In Common? [with comment by Paul]

Power Line (blog)
Fanny Hill was the first pornographic novel written in English. It was authored by John Cleland (who, as far as I know, never wrote anything else) and published in 1748. Among other things, Fanny Hill is famous for the fact that it doesn't contain any ...

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Fanny Murray is the woman behind the 18th-century erotic novel 'banned' by a university, beautiful witty and hailed ...

The Sun
In those days, Spencer would not have been considered a paedophile but Fanny would have been seen as a fallen woman. Her destiny could so easily have taken her to “street-walking”, the lowest form of prostitution, but instead Richard “Beau” Nash ...

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Royal Holloway 'bans' 250-year-old erotic novel Fanny Hill over fears it might 'upset' students

The Sun
A 250-year-old erotic novel has been removed from the reading list as a professor fears it is to avoid offending students. Fanny Hill Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, was first published in 1748 and is one of the most prosecuted and banned books in history.

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