Scholarly Smut

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Scholarly Smut

When Brantôme in the 16th century wrote a rather spicy Life of Great Ladies, or Samuel Pepys, in the 17th century, wrote his diary, neither intended these works as a history of culture, which is a modern erudite/academic genre.

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