Mieke Maaike's obscene jeugd  

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Mieke Maaike's obscene jeugd (Eng: Mieke Maaike's Obscene Childhood) is a short novel by Louis Paul Boon that was published by De Arbeiderspers in 1972. Its subtitle is "een pornografisch verhaal, voorafgegaan door een proefschrift 'in en om het kutodelisch verschijnsel' waarmee student Steivekleut promoveerde". This parody of a pornographic tradition that probably started with Josephine Mutzenbacher details in explicit detail the sexual exploits of a very young girl (it starts when she's about 10 years old). It has developed a cult audience within Flemish and/or Dutch language literature.



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