Edith Cadivec (27 November , Sveti Martin, Buzet, Croatia – ) was an Austrian teacher, erotic novelist and notorious sex criminal of Slovenian descent. Results 1 – 13 of 13 confessions and experiences by edith cadivec and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at All about Eros, the meaning of my life by Edith Cadivec. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.
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Com rated it liked it. She was a bad person but her work is well-written, hot, and sensuous. To ask other readers questions about Erosplease sign up. One of the whips had a silver knob with cwdivec engraving, Dominatrix.
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Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Write a customer review. This book is the true story in her own words of a Viennese schoolteacher in the s imprisoned for six years for indulging her fantasies of corporal punishment with her students. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Get to Know Us. Cadivec was arrested, tried, and convicted in on the charge of sexually abusing eight underage girls under her care, including her dadivec daughter. Both books sold well and were translated into many languages.
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When arrested she was found in possession of a large collection of bircheswhipscanesand erotic pictures. The testimony of the trial indicates that Cadivec not only flogged the children under her care, but also indulged in sex acts with them and invited paying guests to watch. Edith Cadivec 27 NovemberSveti Martin, Buzet, Croatia – was an Austrian teacher, erotic novelist and notorious sex criminal of Slovenian descent.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Share your thoughts with other customers. From prison she described the depths of her obsession when she told her lawyer, “Thinking about my whip is the sole consolation I have left.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. I didn’t read the whole book but an excerpt from it that was part of the appendix of a book about BDSM. Also revealed were compromising letters to a painter in Edih which enlarged on her interests in erotic sadism.
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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? In them the author portrays herself as unable to control the sexual thrill she obtained, when flogging the minors under her charge in the name of discipline, and being a victim of her own lust—though outside observers have been less charitable about her motives.
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In them the author portrays herself as unable to control the sexual thrill she obtained, when flogging the minors under her charge in the name of discipline, and being a victim of her own lust—though outside observers have been less charitable about her motives. Paperbackpages. Member feedback about Edith Cadivec: After a three-day trial, in the Viennese Court, she was sentenced to six years in jail but was set free in December after showing signs of mental instability.