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[[File:Flogger poker de dames 01.jpg|thumb|Illustration by [[Jim Black]] from ''Poker de Dames'' (1929).]]
'''A. W. Flogger''' ('''Arthur William Flogger''') was the [[pseudonym]] of an unknown [[author]] who wrote the [[spanking novel]] ''Les Confidences d'un baronnet (Lady Buttock)'' (Paris, [[Collection des Orties Blanches]], 1929), illustrated by Jim Black ([[Luc Lafnet]]). The original manuscript on which this novel is based and from which it was translated is known as ''Flogger papers'', co-authored by [[Lady Buttock]].
 
   
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'''A. W. Flogger''' ('''Arthur William Flogger''') was the [[pseudonym]] of an unknown [[author]] who wrote the [[spanking novel]]s:
''Poker de Dames'' is a continuation of ''Les Confidences d'un baronnet''. It was also published in 1929 by Collection des Orties Blanches and also illustrated by Jim Black.
 
 
* ''Les Confidences d'un baronnet (Lady Buttock)'' (Paris, [[Collection des Orties Blanches]], 1929), illustrated by Jim Black ([[Luc Lafnet]]). The original manuscript on which this novel is based and from which it was translated is known as ''Flogger papers'', co-authored by [[Lady Buttock]].
 
* ''Poker de Dames'' is a continuation of ''Les Confidences d'un baronnet''. It was also published in 1929 by Collection des Orties Blanches and also illustrated by Jim Black.
   
 
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Revision as of 21:26, 21 October 2011

Illustration by Jim Black from Poker de Dames (1929).

A. W. Flogger (Arthur William Flogger) was the pseudonym of an unknown author who wrote the spanking novels:

  • Les Confidences d'un baronnet (Lady Buttock) (Paris, Collection des Orties Blanches, 1929), illustrated by Jim Black (Luc Lafnet). The original manuscript on which this novel is based and from which it was translated is known as Flogger papers, co-authored by Lady Buttock.
  • Poker de Dames is a continuation of Les Confidences d'un baronnet. It was also published in 1929 by Collection des Orties Blanches and also illustrated by Jim Black.

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