Colonial america erotica
Erotic literature comprises fictional and factual stories and accounts of eros — passionate, romantic or sexual relationships — intended to arouse similar feelings in readers,  in contrast to erotica , which focuses more specifically on sexual feelings. Other common elements are satire and social criticism. Much erotic literature features erotic art , illustrating the text. Despite cultural disapproval of such material, circulation of erotic literature was not seen as a major problem before the invention of printing, as the costs of producing individual manuscripts limited distribution to a very small group of wealthy and literate readers. The invention of printing, in the 15th century, brought with it both a greater market and increasing restrictions, including censorship and legal restraints on publication on the grounds of obscenity.
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A coffee table book full of sexualised images of indigenous people exploited by their white masters has hit a nerve in post-colonial France. The book took more than four years to complete, with 97 historians trawling through some private and public collections across the globe in a bid to illustrate the extent that colonial powers exploited the people of the nations they invaded. Not just in countries colonised by France, but also in countries occupied by the Japanese empire and in segregationist America. The domination of land was followed by a domination of bodies
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Erotic standards are also historically contingent: what would have raised eyebrows in the eighteenth century often seems laughably tame, even quaint to the modern viewer. A couple of years ago, I spent a semester-in-residence as a predoctoral fellow at the Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library, conducting dissertation research. My dissertation examines how representations of the female body helped to shape period constructions of femininity in late eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century America.
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