Jacob Brussel

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Jacob R. Brussel (June 21, 1899 – October 1979)[1] was an antiquarian bookseller and publisher in New York whose firm J.R. Brussel also dealt in pornography. He published a pirated edition of Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller and the first part of Oragenitalism by Gershon Legman in 1940, but was raided and jailed for three years.

References[edit]

  • Mikita Brottman, Funny peculiar: Gershon Legman and the psychopathology of humor, Routledge, 2004, ISBN 0-88163-404-2, pp. 5–7,31
  • Alexander Cockburn, Jeffrey St. Clair, Serpents in the garden: liaisons with culture & sex, AK Press, 2004, ISBN 1-902593-94-4, pp. 255–256
  • Lawrence J. Shifreen, Roger Jackson, Henry Miller: a bibliography of primary sources, Alyscamps Press, 1993, pp. 11–12