My Life and Loves is the autobiography of Frank Harris (1856–1931), published privately by Harris between 1922 and 1927, and by Jack Kahane’s Obelisk Press in 1931. The book gives a graphic account of Harris’ sexual adventures and relates gossip about the sexual activities of celebrities of his day. The work was banned in both the United States and Britain for a span of 40 years. By today’s standards, however, the sexual behavior it portrays is rather unexceptional, consisting primarily in the patronizing of prostitutes or quasi-prostitutes. — Wikipedia
Grove Press 6200, 1963. Cover Artist: Roy Kuhlman.