Henry James Prince is a Victorian curate with a problem - he likes women and they like him too. Finally he sees a way out of the problem, and founds an unusual new religion in a comfortable country house. A satire on Victorian morality and religion.
The Abode of Love: The Conception, Financing And Daily Routine of an English Harem in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century Described in the Form of a Novel by Aubrey Menen
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