Edward Edward A Part of His Story and of History 1795 1816 Set Out in Three Parts in This Form of a New Old Picaresue Romance That is Also a Study in Grace (ebook Pdf) ☆ Lolah Burford – eBook and Kindle eBook

free download Edward Edward A Part of His Story and of History 1795 1816 Set Out in Three Parts in This Form of a New Old Picaresue Romance That is Also a Study in Grace

It is a hunting tale of a strange romance between a worldly and dissolute man James Noel Holland Earl of Tyne and the golden haired young Edward his ward–or perhaps his son Homosexuality sadomasochism and incest are elements in their relationship–and so are affection love and the saving uality of grace The time of the story is the beginning of the nineteenth century–the pre Regency years of domestic unrest of the Napoleonic Wars and of lawlessness cruelty and the vast chasm between the rulers and the ruled The place is alternately the cold Northumberland wild country where the Earl has his seat the grim and beautiful city of London during the Season with all its pomp the retreats of Devon and Brighton and eventually Vienna at the acme of its musical splendour The b. SPOILER SUMMARYThe hero is Noel 38 Anne mother 33 Edward their son They first met when she was 17 They meet again years later have sex under a tree and she becomes pregnant I can t remember but I think he raped her She thinks Noel will marry her He won t marry her and tells her he s going abroad the next day and invites her to come She says she can t and asks him to strangle her which he does She only passes out He goes away to the Continent for two months and she marries within the first week of him leaving When their son Edward is almo

review è eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Lolah Burford

Edward Edward A Part of His Story and of History 1795 1816 Set Out in Three Parts in This Form of a New Old Picaresue Romance That is Also a Study in Grace

Father He obtains the skilled services of two of his former mistresses to introduce Edward to the techniues and arts of heterosexual intercourse–an experience which replulses Edward at first and then proves pleaseant indeed Soon Edward finds himself growing fond of a young girl–but both families violently oppose a match in true Montague Capulet fashion Many times the two men father and son abjure their passionate lovemaking only to resume it violently than before Finally Edward’s apparent duality augmented by a serious psychological and physical breakdown have all but destroyed him utterly Deeply concerned the Earl takes him to Vienna and dramatically demonstrates that now Edward must make one of two choices life or death And in the end of the story is the beginni. Horrible I was absolutely repulsed and sick I would give this no stars if I could Granted the scenes aren t graphic and are described very ambiguously and vague but it becomes clear that this book is structured around a father sexually abusing his son Skimming to the ending we seem to have a grown up Edward deathly ill trying to fight off his father but not succeeding before he s raped How was this ever published

Lolah Burford Ñ 7 read

Ackground figures include Mrs Siddons the famous courtesan Harriett Wilson various noted rogues Beethoven and Schubert Castlereagh Godwin George III and particularly in retrospect John Wesley whose religious teachings precipitates and early crisis in Edward’s life but is to prove an enduring force In the course of the narrative a great many warring elements shape Edward’s character He is sent to Oxford where he proves a brilliant student Holland takes him to London to spend some months living in his resplendent townhouse while he is grooming him–assisted by Beau Brummell among other famous figures–to take his rightful place in the world of society when he comes of age and receives his inheritance–for the Earl has by now privately acknowledged that he is Edwards. Honestly this book is so hog wild that it defies the star system for me Definitely not a read to go into sight unseen incest and sexual violence out the waz Lord Byron expies but with this level of twists and turns I felt like I was mainlining all the most shocking parts of 18th century gothic romance


5 thoughts on “Edward Edward A Part of His Story and of History 1795 1816 Set Out in Three Parts in This Form of a New Old Picaresue Romance That is Also a Study in Grace

  1. says:

    SPOILER SUMMARYThe hero is Noel 38 Anne mother 33 Edward their son They first met when she was 17 They meet again years later have sex under a tree and she becomes pregnant I can’t remember but I think he raped her She thinks Noel will marry her He won’t marry her and tells her he’s going abroad the next day and invites her to come She

  2. says:

    Honestly this book is so hog wild that it defies the star system for me Definitely not a read to go into sight unseen incest and sexual violence out the waz Lord Byron expies but with this level of twists and turns I felt like I was mainlining all the most shocking parts of 18th century gothic romance

  3. says:

    Horrible I was absolutely repulsed and sick I would give this no stars if I could Granted the scenes aren't graphic and are described very ambiguously and vague but it becomes clear that this book is structured around a father sexually abusing his son Skimming to the ending we seem to have a grown up Edward deathly ill trying to fi

  4. says:

    Started this one a while ago It's slow going There's a lot of boring exposition sort of like watching the author masturbate with words Yawn Hopefully it gets interesting later one since this is one of the books I've been waiting years to read

  5. says:

    I remember a scene of necrophilia incest Really what was my librarian thinking to allow a 14 year old to read this