A Noble Life - Transitions

Robert A. Schaudt

A Noble Life - Transitions

Robert A. Schaudt

...its 1900, a time when it was likely for a man to be hanged for stealing a horse but to go free for transporting a girl across state lines and selling her into prostitution...when women simply did not have recreational sex, only men in what were the bawdy houses and parlors. And a group of very wealthy men comes up with an idea...The story follows them, especially the Wilkersons, over a short period of that year and the initial stages of their fantasy. In the bayous of Southern Louisiana they establish an enterprise not thought of before...a school which prepares females and males for the Noble Life: total submission, unmitigated acceptance, absolute obedience and an unreserved and enthusiastic preparedness to service...whatever it might be.