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'''Invitation to the Dance: A miscellany of stories, experiences, letters, articles, on Corporal Punishment, critically assessed and indulgently considered''' is a [[spanking novel]] by [[Walter J. Meusal]], published in 1935 by [[Gargoyle Press]] in [[New York]]. It is illustrated by [[E. Remsen]].
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'''Invitation to the Dance: A miscellany of stories, experiences, letters, articles, on Corporal Punishment, critically assessed and indulgently considered''' is a [[spanking novel]] by [[Walter J. Meusal]], published in 1935 by [[Gargoyle Press]] in [[New York]].
   
It says "edited, adapted, and translated by Walter J. Meusal," and is probably the translation of a French spanking novel, but the original title and author were not cited and are still unknown.
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The novel was illustrated by [[E. Remsen]]. It says "edited, adapted, and translated by Walter J. Meusal," and is probably the translation of a French spanking novel, but the original title and author were not cited and are still unknown.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 11:11, 21 January 2021

Invitation to the Dance: A miscellany of stories, experiences, letters, articles, on Corporal Punishment, critically assessed and indulgently considered is a spanking novel by Walter J. Meusal, published in 1935 by Gargoyle Press in New York.

The novel was illustrated by E. Remsen. It says "edited, adapted, and translated by Walter J. Meusal," and is probably the translation of a French spanking novel, but the original title and author were not cited and are still unknown.