And it just don't stop, I got a grip of stuff to read over the holiday, currently Stradella by James Sherwood
Elena Fanailova The Russian Version from Ugly Duckling Presse. Really austere, harsh poetry––i have the same emotional reaction/attraction to this as i do brutalist architecture.
Tatsumi Hijikata/Moe Yamamoto Costume en Face: A Primer of Darkness for Young Girls & Boys also from UGP. Yamamoto's translated notebook of Hijikata's directions for the titular piece's choreography. Graphically amazing, & a great read overall. Highly recommended for lyricists.
@the Classical I think I flipped through it in high school but I don't recall it firing much of my prurient imagination
TBF, in high school I read so much Miller, Burroughs, and Ballard that if Lady Chatterly didn't orgasm during a high velocity car crash while her lover & husband engaged in jizz drenched sex with each other & a host of space aliens within like the first couple of pages I probably would have lost interest