Candy / Maxwell Kenton.
S.l. : All Star books, [1966?].
188,  p. ; 17 cm.
- Other titles
Kenneth Anger collection.
All star books, AS 43
On cover: "Complete and unexpurgated" ; "The spiciest piece of confection found in a box" ; "A satire on smut."
"Candy was too hot for Paris to handle. The story of a sweet young thing living and loving in today's bad, bad, bad, bad world was banned in France for some time. Now it's finally here in the original, uncut, unchaste edition. The censors were nauseated with it! but the public continued to devour Candy in lustful delight. The under-the-counter satirical novel is now being read on and under the covers. If sex and laughter are your meat, just dig right in and enjoy yourself. Candy is so exuberantly different from the common run of sex novels that it's celebration should be loud and long. Candy is so brilliantly conceived and brought to life that she may take her place in modern fiction with Moll Flanders, Fanny Hill, and Lolita."
- Kinsey subjects
Sex behavior--College student--Female--United States--20th century (1940-1959).
Reproductive myths and fallacies.
- Subject headings