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By Felix Salten Bambi The Memoirs of Josephine Mutzenbacher is the story of a young girl and her many amorous encounters with friends family. TW statutory rape incest uestionable consent

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Josefine Mutzenbacher oder Die Geschichte einer wienerischen Dirne von ihr selbst erzählt

And the local priest culminating in her establishing a career as a high priced courtesan The author of Bambi first published this work in 1906. Description The plot device employed in Josephine Mutzenbacher is that of first person narrative structured in the format of a memoir The story is told from the point of view of an accomplished aging 50 year old Viennese courtesan who is looking back upon the sexual escapades she enjoyed during her unbridled youth in Vienna Contrary to the what the title indicates almost the entirety of the book takes place when Josephine is between the ages of 5 and12 years old before she actually becomes a licensed prostitute in the brothels of Vienna The book begins when she is five years old and ends when she is twelve years old and about to enter professional service in a brothelAlthough the book makes use of many euphemisms for human anatomy and sexual behavior that seem uaint today its content is entirely pornographic The actual progression of events amounts to little than a graphic unapologetic description of the reckless sexuality exhibited by the heroine all before reaching her 13th year The style bears than a passing resemblance to the Maruis de Sade s The 120 Days of Sodom in its unabashed laundry list cataloging of all manner of taboo sexual antics from incest rape and homosexuality to child prostitution group sex and fellatio What a juxtaposition this bloke also wrote Bambi Poslije svega (After, priest culminating in her establishing a career as a high Die Herrenschneiderei priced courtesan The author of Bambi first Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone point of view of an accomplished aging 50 year old Viennese courtesan who is looking back upon the sexual escapades she enjoyed during her unbridled youth in Vienna Contrary to the what the title indicates almost the entirety of the book takes Pretend God Is Deaf place when Josephine is between the ages of 5 and12 years old before she actually becomes a licensed Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide prostitute in the brothels of Vienna The book begins when she is five years old and ends when she is twelve years old and about to enter Las Puertas Del Amor professional service in a brothelAlthough the book makes use of many euphemisms for human anatomy and sexual behavior that seem uaint today its content is entirely Discoveries pornographic The actual Idenics passing resemblance to the Maruis de Sade s The 120 Days of Sodom in its unabashed laundry list cataloging of all manner of taboo sexual antics from incest rape and homosexuality to child Night Owl Loonette prostitution group sex and fellatio What a juxtaposition this bloke also wrote Bambi

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The Austrian erotic classic that'll make any parent think twice about taking their young ones to meet a beloved children's book author Written. The author of Bambi is a case for not judging the whole person by one act People are complicated weird I read somewhere Crackedcom about this book tried finding it since I didn t believe what they said was true It was This is child pornOn Gutenberg most sites this book is only in German I found a poorly formatted edited English version skimmed it It was simply porn featuring a prepubescent Josephine 8 years old screwing just about every male she met including other children her father a priest in just about every way imaginableAccording to the Wikipedia articlehttpsenwikipediaorgwikiJosephiit might not have been written by Salten has been the subject of a lot of debate Porn or art SeriouslyThe end was rather odd I m not sure if another book was tacked on or what but I didn t have the interest to figure it out Yuck


10 thoughts on “Josefine Mutzenbacher oder Die Geschichte einer wienerischen Dirne von ihr selbst erzählt

  1. says:

    150 years ago Felix Salten author of Bambi was born – and apart from bringing one of the most beloved children’s classics into the world he is also notorious for having written the piece of filth I am reviewing here What can I say – of

  2. says:

    Now I do well realise that both the book description and indeed even a number of so called GermanAustrian literature experts seem rather willing and able to consider and describe Felix Salten's and yes indeed the same Felix Salten of Bambi fame 1906 and anonymously published fictional memoirs of a fifty year old Viennese prostitute Josefine Mutzenbacher Die Geschichte einer Wienerischen Dirne von ihr selbst erzählt as

  3. says:

    The author of Bambi is a case for not judging the whole person by one act People are complicated weird I read s

  4. says:

    I feel dirty after reading this book It has been uoted so much at me particularly the character whos name has become kind of synonymous with whores at least in Austria that I felt I had to fill a gap in my knowledge of Viennese fin de siecle literature Particularly since Schnitzler and several of his contemporar

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    TW statutory rape incest uestionable consent

  6. says:

    cringe worthy sex scenes through and through Not an actual story Great for those who read for the sake of getting

  7. says:

    A glimpse of a darker timeWe are fortunate that our society and culture allows us to make decisions which are not forced by hunger poverty and ignorance yet even so we are de evolving and our morals and customs are becoming coarser every year I hope this is not where we're going as a society

  8. says:

    REALLY hot

  9. says:

    Description The plot device employed in Josephine Mutzenbacher is that of first person narrative structured in the format

  10. says:

    Found an English version of this on the web After reading it for a while I looked up the reviews I got intereste

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