"Eveline, The Amorous Adventures of a Victorian Lady" is a classic Victorian erotic novel, published in 800's. It contains graphic sexual descriptions and themes.
Eveline is what few Victorian women could ever dream of being, she is 'free'. Of body and head, and appetites of nature. Eveline has sex with those she likes, uses lovers and then replaces them.
No one owns Eveline, it is she who owns the other. Uses sex for its purposes, and its purpose is to get the maximum enjoyment of life.
Eveline is free because sterile. She has a malformation that prevents her from conceiving, and that raises her from the slavery of motherhood, making her much more similar to today's women than contemporary. Eveline is happy with this condition, keeps it to himself and continues to play the part of the good woman, with her husband who must marry for convenience, and takes fun with valets, waiters, grooms, piano teachers, police officers, cab drivers and any other.