Jane de la Vaudère

Jane de la Vaudère

Jane de la Vaudère was baptized Jeanne Scrive and was married to Camille Gaston Crapez, who began styling himself Crapez de la Vaudère after inheriting the Château de la Vaudère from his mother. Her prolific literary work is very various but she was assimilated to the Decadent Movement firstly because of two scandalously scabrous Parisian novels, Les Demi-Sexes (1897) and Les Andrognyes (1903), and, more pertinently, because of a series of accounts of moeurs antiques, some of which - notably Le Mystère de Kama (1901) - set new standards of excess in their exotic eroticism and fascination with torture.

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Edited by 2019-02-27 (Seregil of Rhiminee)
Speculative Fiction Novels (2)
2018  The Double Star and Other Occult Fantasies
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2018  The Demi-Sexes & The Androgynes
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