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A MIDWOOD BOOK

[1965]

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We Can But GIVE THANKS For Literocity!

DIAL-A-DESIREJust pick up your receiver and you shall receive a lovely sex kitten ready to please.Formerly published as HONEY SUCKLE HOTLINE HORNY HOTLINEThis number is known for its lust phone so just give us a call and you’ll have a … Continue reading

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This Fall’s Big Slab of Literocity

Midwood 34-457

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Brimming With Literocity!

WHAT WAS BENEATH THE IVY OF THIS COLLEGE TOWN? Dr. Paul Curtain had a theory about the sex lives of his students. Against the pressures of the school officials, he conducted a sex survey that probed the inner depths of … Continue reading

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Literocity: Books We Love

SOME MEN WILL STOOP TO ANYTHING SO LONG AS THERE ARE WOMEN TO STOOP WITH THEM. [1963]

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Literocity 4 Life

This book is an abstract attempt to capture and isolate the subtle subterranean originality of a people so hip that Life has brought them to the edge of time where they forcibly knelt at an altar of their own conjurations. … Continue reading

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Spring Into Literocity!

There were times when young Dr, Ferrel doubted not only his skill but also his God.

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Scoundrel by Sarah Weinman

The legendary figure of the trickster has been part of English and American literature from the beginning. Ever since works like Defoe’s Moll Flanders and Melville’s The Confidence Man, readers have been perennially fascinated by tales of the pompous and … Continue reading

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In the Name of Hot-Eyed Literocity

The roller caught a responsive nerve center and June sent out waves of enjoyment, rippling through the length of her semi-nudy body. The men watched in awed, sweaty silence for a moment, then began overtly shouting encouragement. COPYRIGHT, 1964 by … Continue reading

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Literocity: For the Literate Only

It’s not a pretty novel. It deals in ruined lives, broken families and the shaded minds who value the almighty buck far more than even the slimmest moral value. But more than that, it is a novel of social significance … Continue reading

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