"Eastern shame girl" is the classic erotic literature of China in the 17th Century. It contains graphic sexual descriptions and themes.
In the morning Shih-niang, on being left alone in her cabin, had prepared a little feast for her friend, wishing to spend the day with him in happiness; but the sun had set before Chia came back. She had lanterns lit to guide him and, when he at last appeared and entered the cabin, raised her eyes to his face and found the color of displeasure. She poured out a cup of hot wine and offered it to him; but he shook his head without a word, and refused to drink. Then he went and threw himself on the bed. Sad at heart, Shih-niang put the cups and dishes in order. She then undid her husband’s clothes and, leaning on the pillow, gently asked him: “What news have you heard that has so upset you?”
Illustrated with traditional erotic Chinese paintings