After a three day trial, in the Viennese Court, she was sentenced to six years in jail but was set free in December after showing signs of mental instability. When arrested she was found in possession of a large collection of birches, whips, canes, and erotic pictures. One of the whips had a silver knob with the engraving, Dominatrix. Also revealed were compromising letters to a painter in Innsbruck which enlarged on her interests in erotic sadism. The testimony of the trial indicates that Cadivec not only flogged the children under her care, but also indulged in sex acts with them and invited paying guests to watch.
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Sadly the magazine itself has now finished, but books and compendia are still available. Her most recent novel is A Perfect Mistress, which the author admits is at least fifty percent autobiographical though she does not say which fifty percent! Her last book was The Song of the Cane, an anthology of writings and verse about this fabled instrument. She has recently retired from writing.
From AKS. Except one! So said the supposedly reprinted edition of This was simply not true! The book, was, in fact, written by the much- admired writer, Jacqueline Ophir, prior to the formation of the Alice Kerr-Sutherland Society as a tribute to the non-existent author! Includes over 30 originial illustrations.
Reinhard with illustrations This is the story, in the form of ficiton based on fact, of a young girl who experienced the horrors and indignities of a 19th Century House of Correction in Germany. In the book, Nell describes in graphic terms the merciless floggings she witnessed - of girls and young women, as well as of boys and men - and confesses to disturbingly confusing emotions that such sights occasioned in her.
As a woman of property, she sets up her own home with a strict disciplinary regime and the birch rod is in frequent use. The central figure appears in many different aspects; by turns brave and determined, remote and implacable, vengeful yet merciful, long-suffering, demonic - and sometimes touchingly unsure of herself and her ground. Yet whatever the situation or her response to it, the moral is always the same.
Success - of a kind, anyway - is asssured the moment she takes rod in hand and performs her time-honoured duty with determination and finesse When William was sent to join his cousin Lucy at her mixed boarding school, he had no idea what was in store for him. What was in store for him was the same thing Linton Abbey School provided in full measure for all it boy never girl pupils.
The Hairbrush. The Slipper. And the Cane. Always on the bare bottom, and nearly always in front of the girls. Then William and his friends rebelled When Laura and Howard won scholarships to Linton Abbey School, in faraway England, they had no idea what they were in for.
Particularly Howard. Then Howard and his friends hatched a plot A literary history of the Smacked Bottom from Tudor times until today. Over quoted passages from years of disciplinary writing with black and white illustrations. Last term, the Headmistress had decreed that if Angela, Nicola or Caroline were caught smoking again they were to be sent to either her, or Miss Cartwright for six of the best!
Angela pleaded with Amanda to take her to the Duty Mistress to be punished, as she knew that if she escorted her to Miss Mitchell, her Form Mistress, she was sure to refer her to Crusty Cartwright, the irascible Deputy Headmistress for six of the best!
Van Yelyr Not a book for the squeamish or faint-hearted! The Whip and the Rod was written in to draw attention to the fact that although the Report of the Departmental Committee on Corporal Punishment of had recommended that the flogging of males,and the birching of boys as young as eight, should be discontinued as a permissible judicial punishment in the United Kingdom, the Government of the day had refused to act upon their suggestions.
At that time, very few civilised countries in the world still used corporal punishment as a sanction in their penal codes. The punishment was usually used for those who had committed violent offences, especially against women. Van Yelyr meticulously covers the history of the flogging of both men and women from the dark ages to the midth century, describing incidences in the most lurid and bloody detail, to make his case that the practice should be abolished.
Seven years later the new Socialist Government did ban the practice, the only exception being that the punishment was still retained for acts of violence in prisons.
For AKS Books. Some girls are wicked, and a few are cruel, yet to many who are neither the sight of a bad boy having his bottom smacked is the most satifying of all spectacles. And some girls go further than that In Linton Abbey,Agnes Blackwood introduced her own vision of the ruthless teenage dominatrix.
In Front of the Girls continues the story helpings of punitive prose and vengeful verse in which girls stand up for themselves They are a harbinger of physical chastisement, an augury of extreme personal shame, and more than any other event their utterance symbolises the true terror of corporal punishment for those destined to receive it Until now, no disciplinary literature has examined, in detail the many modes in which this sanction may be exercised; the particular circumstances in which a Mistress may favour one style of "unbreeching" above another, and how best to achieve her wishes with the maximum amount of shame for him while keeping faith with a surprisingly refined tradition It consists of over pages of text, illustrations and photographs.
The Governess Compendiums contain the very best of the the twelve issues of "the Governess" , sumptously republished in single volumes. A great compilation of letters, essays, articles, poems, reviews, archive material and dozens of illustrations.
A collection of stories with black and white illustrations. By common consent the rattan cane is the most painful of all instruments of punishment. It stings, it burns, it leaves marks and it evokes noisy responses ; and nobody who has ever been disciplined by one will ever forget the experience. The House In St. Set in the London of the early s, it is the tale of three unpleasant and arrogant royal adolescents, exiled from their inheritance in the turmoils succeeding the Great War, and , in order to fit them for the changed circumstances of their lives, sent in secret to England to learn good behaviour and modest deportment at the hands of the foremost lady disciplinarian of the day.
Written as an anti-corporal punishment work as the morals of the time dictated , its real purpose was given away by the fact it was originally offered by a publisher renowned for works of a more risque nature.
Angela was only joking when she suggested that they should steal Mrs. The Fellowship of the Rod was intended to be the longest, most ambitious novel yet attempted in the field of disciplinary ficiton: a seven-part journey of the imagination spanning two centuries, three continents and a dozen generations. Its subject is a strange inheritence - a passion for physical discipline - which becomes an obsession for each individual to whom the torch passes.
Unfortunately, only three of the books were ever written. This volume incorporates the first two. Book I tells the story of Suzette Mantonard and how her chance witnessing of one of the most famous physical chastisements in history influenced her life thereafter. Book II, set in Regency England, is the tale of Isobel Crawfurd, a schoolmistress with a refined and delicate passion for the rod. Including erudite scenes of corporal punishment of both sexes, and by both sexes, this is a title not to be missed!
Alexander was already deculotte, as we have stated, so all she had to do was grasp his wrists, turn around, and hoist in the old, paractised style.
Its subject is a strange inheritance - the passion for physical discipline, which becomes an obsession for each individual to whom the torch passes In her adolescent years, both she and her sister attend a convent boarding school in Graz where the nuns have no hesitation in strapping errant girls to the whipping bench and administering a sound birching! At that time she also discovers her preference for members of her own sex.
After leaving school, she attempts to commit suicide and, following a slow recovery, takes up teaching in a convent in Paris. There she meets Sister Marie-Claire, a keen flagellant, and together they take great pleasure in administering discipline to their female pupils. After some unsatisfactory relationships with men, she returns to Austria with her daughter, prior to setting up a language school of her own.
She relates the vile conditions in the prison and her own attempts at suicide. On her release, she enters into prolonged correspondence with a submissive German male. After the death of her parents whe inherits a sum of money and is briefly united with her sister.
She than takes a holiday in France where she has a lesbian affair with a prostitute who she birches for stealing from her. But after eventually being placated he is persuaded to use the same treatment to tame his dominating wife! This edition includes the eight original illustrations by del Giglio.
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Profile "Thus, from my childhood, the rod entrenched itself deeply in my psychic life as the central point of my sweetest dreams, as the climax of all that I anticipated in the way of bliss, and for me it has remained the peerless and truest form of eroticism Her position as schoolmistress provided her with a continuing source of "culprits" to satisfy her erotic needs. While the others got their smokes, I was drawn to a bin crammed with used Grove Press paperbacks. I scooped up as many as I could carry, braving the giggles of my companions. Blue Moon Books
Conviction[ edit ] Cadivec was arrested, tried, and convicted in on the charge of sexually abusing eight underage girls under her care, including her own daughter. After a three-day trial, in the Viennese Court, she was sentenced to six years in jail but was set free in December after showing signs of mental instability. When arrested she was found in possession of a large collection of birches , whips , canes , and erotic pictures. One of the whips had a silver knob with the engraving, Dominatrix. Also revealed were compromising letters to a painter in Innsbruck which enlarged on her interests in erotic sadism. The testimony of the trial indicates that Cadivec not only flogged the children under her care, but also indulged in sex acts with them and invited paying guests to watch. Both books sold well and were translated into many languages.
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