"The Memoirs of Dolly Morton" is a classic erotic novel, published in 1899. It contains graphic sexual descriptions and themes.
In The Memoirs of Dolly Morton, there are the true adventures of the brave women of the “underground railway”, in the efforts to destroy the system of slavery which was the worst of many bad legacies bequeathed the Republic of the United States by the British Government, are related with a candour and a graphic beauty rarely encountered in any literature.
Excerpt from the book: "In The Memoirs of Dolly Morton, the true adventures of the brave women of the “underground railway” are related with a candour and a graphic beauty rarely encountered in any literature. We see beautiful women stripped bare under a Southern sun; we hear their cries and pleadings for mercy as, one by one, their robes and petticoats are torn off or tucked up, their drawers unfastened and rolled down; our eyes are shocked at the sight of the white, well developed hemispheres laid bare and blushing to our gaze, only to receive the cruel lash- the hemispheres which had never been bared since mother whipped them across her knees, never been rudely handled save in the legitimate caresses of the conjugal bed. Sorry are we, but little can we do: let he that goes down to war count well the cost thereof. The hairbreadth escapes and the singular adventures are of themselves strange reading, but, when we remember that these adventures were undergone for the highest human ends, interest is merged in admiration for the heroism which could sacrifice so much in the cause of humanity."