10) Moreover, all bordellos had at least one black prostitute (Teyssier 249).
But all the better bordellos made the most of the approach toward the den of desire, prolonging the excitement with elaborately decorated staircases and mirrored halls (Teyssier 210)--and Wolfe shows the effect of this design, contrasting Monk's silent upward movement with his beating heart and the electricity in the air (644-45).
Lavish bordellos did operate in the United States, such as Polly Adler's, at the Majestic on West 75th Street in New York, in the late 1920s, and were frequented by the elite and the underworld for alcohol, socializing, and card games as much as for women.
R-J Publisher and Stephens Media Group President Sherman Frederick points out that the bordello
ad is not running in the daily newspaper itself, or in copies that go to subscribers or single-copy readers outside the tourist territory.
In her second book, Brothels, Bordellos, & Bad Girls, Jan MacKell illustrates that prostitutes played an important role in building the West.
Brothels, Bordellos, & Bad Girls is an extensively researched local history, balancing both primary and secondary sources with intriguing references to interviews with (and respect for the privacy of) living descendents.
where it was made to seem that every other freestanding villa, shop, or temple we passed had been a bordello
A B-Listed country house near Edinburgh has been put on the market for pounds 500,000 as a potential upmarket bordello.
Suitable for conversion to family home, small hotel, restaurant, bordello.
Irish passport holder O'Brien, 31, is charged with running another bordello
with a "steady stream" of male clients at Gloucester Place.