See the entire gallery. Like its predecessor, this no-holds-barred sequel from Hong Kong - a piece of ultra-exploitation adapted from the famed 17th century Chinese novel The Plum in the Golden Vase - attained The world's largest black pearl has vanished without a trace, and it's up to detective Ippei to track it down. His only clue is the mysterious words of a dying man, "Pussy Print! New prostitutes Susan, Fanny and Chinyun are inducted into the Fragrance House brothel where they are trained in the ways of lovemaking by their veteran madam Tall Kau.
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Meet scholar Huadao after Ximen became Three explicit erotic stories. First, Annabelle finds out about her friend Liandra's masculine side and Liandra seduces her. Then, Anabelle gets turned on by a piece of clothing.
The most widely read recension , edited and published with commentaries by Zhang Zhupo in , deleted or rewrote passages important in understanding the author's intentions. The explicit depiction of sexuality garnered the novel a notoriety akin to Fanny Hill and Lolita in English literature, but critics such as the translator David Tod Roy see a firm moral structure which exacts retribution for the sexual libertinism of the central characters. Princeton University Press , in describing the Roy translation, calls the novel "a landmark in the development of the narrative art form—not only from a specifically Chinese perspective but in a world-historical context Jin Ping Mei is framed as a spin-off from Water Margin.