The Autobiography of a Flea by Stanislas de Rhodes

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The Autobiography of a Flea is an erotic novel originally published in 1887. Set in France, the story is told entirely from the perspective of a flea who witnesses a priest, Father Ambrose, blackmailing a young girl, Bella, after he catches her with her lover. In order to keep the couple’s secret, Father Ambrose convinces Bella to commit various sexual acts with different partners.

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About Stanislas de Rhodes

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Stanislas de Rhodes was a London lawyer who anonymously authored the 1887 erotic novel The Autobiography of a Flea. Beyond his authorship of that novel, nothing is known about de Rhodes.
 
Published March 26, 2013 by Dirty Joe Books. 200 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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