Sadopaideia: Being the Experiences of Cecil Prendergast Undergraduate of the University of Oxford Shewing How he was Led Through the Pleasant Paths of Masochism to the Supreme joys of Sadism is a pornographic novel published in 1907 by "Ashantee of Edinburgh": probably Charles Carrington in Paris. It was later published in the United States by Grove Press (GP-421). In two volumes, it is the story of a man who experiences both dominance and submission. It was written anonymously but Anthony Storr attributes it to Algernon Charles Swinburne.
- Donald Serrell Thomas, Swinburne, the poet in his world, Oxford University Press, 1979, ISBN 0-19-520136-1, p.216
- Patrick J. Kearney, "The Private Case: an annotated bibliography of the Private Case Erotica Collection in the British (Museum) Library", J. Landesman, 1981, p.215
- Alfred Kinsey, Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, Indiana University Press, 1998, ISBN 0-253-33411-X, p.805
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