Hired girl

Hire hand front cover. A redhead woman sits on a wooden chair in the ground-level rain porch of a wooden structure. She is sitting with her legs sprawled, wearing a knee-high pink dress with short sleeves and buttons, and a V-neck, and she is barefoot. The right sleeve of the dress hangs over her shoulder. Her right hand is on her inner right thigh, while her left hand seems to be gesturing from behind the back of the chair. Her head is tilted to her left and slightly bowed down, and her eyes look to her right. Behind her there is a curtained, glass-pane window and a door and, to her left, a wooden rocker can be partially seen. To the far left of the image, the head of a man staring at her with a frown is seen, at a three-quarters angle away from the reader. Only the collar of his shirt is partially visible. A wooden post stands vertically between both figures, and a weed grows at the edge of the wooden deck, on the barren ground. From the lit areas, it seems that the sun is fairly low on the horizon, shining on them from the front left.
Hired Hand back cover. He plucked strange fruit...! So tender, so young, so willing - the girl on the lonely farm gave Walt Stryker everything he wanted. Or almost everything. For although no more than a hired hand, he was strong and handsome enough to awaken the repressed hungers in other country girls. And they, in turn, created new lusts in him...So Walt had a field day, choosing from the pick of the crop - while clouds of jealousy, greed and reckless anger gathered around him. Suddenly the storm broke. He found himself trapped by wild violence - and a woman's passion!

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Hired girl

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Lusty Land

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191 pages
18 cm

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Contested in the U.S.A and Canada by the National Organization for Decent Literature.

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"He plucked strange fruit...! So tender, so young, so willing - the girl on the lonely farm gave Walt Stryker everything he wanted. Or almost everything. For although no more than a hired hand, he was strong and handsome enough to awaken the repressed hungers in other country girls. And they, in turn, created new lusts in him...So Walt had a field day, choosing from the pick of the crop - while clouds of jealousy, greed and reckless anger gathered around him. Suddenly the storm broke. He found himself trapped by wild violence - and a woman's passion!" -Back cover

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A redhead woman sits on a wooden chair in the ground-level rain porch of a wooden structure. She is sitting with her legs sprawled, wearing a knee-high pink dress with short sleeves and buttons, and a V-neck, and she is barefoot. The right sleeve of the dress hangs over her shoulder. Her right hand is on her inner right thigh, while her left hand seems to be gesturing from behind the back of the chair. Her head is tilted to her left and slightly bowed down, and her eyes look to her right. Behind her there is a curtained, glass-pane window and a door and, to her left, a wooden rocker can be partially seen. To the far left of the image, the head of a man staring at her with a frown is seen, at a three-quarters angle away from the reader. Only the collar of his shirt is partially visible. A wooden post stands vertically between both figures, and a weed grows at the edge of the wooden deck, on the barren ground. From the lit areas, it seems that the sun is fairly low on the horizon, shining on them from the front left.

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Item: Young, Velma (Valerie Taylor) Creator This Item

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Taylor, Valerie, “Hired girl,” The Lesbian Pulp Fiction Collection @ Mount Saint Vincent University, accessed September 30, 2022, https://msvulpf.omeka.net/items/show/715.