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'''Walter J. Meusal''' is an author who translated and adapted some works of [[spanking fiction]] from French to English in the 1930s, which were published by [[Gargoyle Press]]:
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'''Walter J. Meusal''' is an author who translated and adapted some works of [[spanking fiction]] from French to English in the 1930s, which were published by [[Gargoyle Press]] in [[New York]]:
 
* ''[[Fustigations vécues]]'' from 1907 (translation published in 1931 as ''[[Painful Pleasures]]'')
 
* ''[[Fustigations vécues]]'' from 1907 (translation published in 1931 as ''[[Painful Pleasures]]'')
* ''[[?]]'' (translation published as ''[[Invitation to the Dance]]'')
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* ''[[?]]'' (translation published in 1935 as ''[[Invitation to the Dance]]'')
 
* ''[[?]]'' (translation published as ''[[Church Plan]]'')
 
* ''[[?]]'' (translation published as ''[[Church Plan]]'')
   

Revision as of 17:36, 18 January 2021

Walter J. Meusal is an author who translated and adapted some works of spanking fiction from French to English in the 1930s, which were published by Gargoyle Press in New York: