John Cleland's 'Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure' is a book about the displacement of sexual passion from the sexualized part of the English woman to the polygamous foreign women in its colonies. Otherwise known by the name of the protagonist, 'Fanny Hill,' it relocates England's colonialist agenda to the human geography of the female body which is 'characterized as a ship that travels from man to man, country to country.'
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