Slaves of the Hypnotist

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'''Notes''' : Although the first publisher, [[Grove Press]], indicates that this book is a Victorian text, dating from 1892, we have found no traces of publication for ''Davina or the Romance of Mesmerism'' prior to 1983 in any main libraries or specialized bibliographies like Mendes', which may indicates that this is a falsification.
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'''Notes''' : Although the first publisher, [[Grove Press]], presents this book as a Victorian text, dating from 1892, we have found no traces of publication for ''Davina or the Romance of Mesmerism'' prior to 1983 in any main libraries or specialized bibliographies like Mendes', which may indicates that this is a falsification.
  
 
'''Résumé''' / '''Summary''' : "Harry, son of a well-to-do English country family, has set out to sexually "conquer" all the females within his immediate reach. But no sooner does he begin his exploits than he encounters the imperious beauty, Davina, who enslaves him through her remarkable power of hypnotism. Thus entranced, Harry indulges in every aspect of eroticism known to man or woman." Source: Back cover.
 
'''Résumé''' / '''Summary''' : "Harry, son of a well-to-do English country family, has set out to sexually "conquer" all the females within his immediate reach. But no sooner does he begin his exploits than he encounters the imperious beauty, Davina, who enslaves him through her remarkable power of hypnotism. Thus entranced, Harry indulges in every aspect of eroticism known to man or woman." Source: Back cover.

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Auteur / Author : Anonyme

Titre / Title : Slaves of the Hypnotist

First published as Davina or the Romance of Mesmerism.

Éditeur / Publisher : Blue Moon

Lieu d’édition / Place of Publication : New York

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Année d’édition originale / First Year of Publication : 1892 (?) or 1983

Année d’édition / Year of Publication : 2001

Période / Period : XIXe siècle / 19th Century, (1850-1899) ; XXe siècle / 20th Century, (1980-1989)

Nombre de pages / Number of Pages : 224

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Langue / Language : Langue anglaise / English Language

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Notes : Although the first publisher, Grove Press, presents this book as a Victorian text, dating from 1892, we have found no traces of publication for Davina or the Romance of Mesmerism prior to 1983 in any main libraries or specialized bibliographies like Mendes', which may indicates that this is a falsification.

Résumé / Summary : "Harry, son of a well-to-do English country family, has set out to sexually "conquer" all the females within his immediate reach. But no sooner does he begin his exploits than he encounters the imperious beauty, Davina, who enslaves him through her remarkable power of hypnotism. Thus entranced, Harry indulges in every aspect of eroticism known to man or woman." Source: Back cover.

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