File:The Way of a Virgin.djvu

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English: Book for use on enWS Full title: The Way of a Virgin. Being Excerpts from Rare, Curious and Diverting Books, some now for the First Time done into English. To which are added Copious Exlanatory Notes and Bibliographical References of Interest to Student, Collector And Psychologist.
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Author Compiled and Edited by "L. and C. Brovan." Uploader's comment: In view of the lack of biographical information on booksellers' sites, and in view of the nature of the work, I believe these to be pseudonyms. The real names and dates of the authors are therefore unknown.

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