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John Cleland is among the most scandalous figures in British literary history both celebrated and attacked as a pioneer of pornographic writing in English His first Fanny Hill Kindle novel Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure or Fanny Hill is one of the enduring literary creations of the eighteenth century despite over two hundred years of legal prohibition Yet the full range of his work is still too little knownIn this study Hal Gladfelder combines groundbreaking archival research into Cleland’s tumultuous life with incisive readings of his sometimes extravagant sometimes perverse.

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Fanny Hill in BombayBody of work positioning him as a central figure in the development of the novel and in the construction of modern notions of authorial and sexual identity in eighteenth century EnglandRather than a traditional biography Fanny Hill in Bombay presents a case history of a renegade authorial persona based on published works letters private notes and newly discovered legal testimony It retraces Cleland’s career from his years as a young colonial striver with the East India Company in Bombay through periods of imprisonment for debt and of estrangement from collaborators and family.