Kathusalem (Kafoozelum) (II)
DESCRIPTION: Kathusalem, the harlot of Jerusalem, has anal sex with a priest, and expels him in explosive fashion.
AUTHOR: "S. Oxon"
EARLIEST DATE: 1866, when it was published by Frederick Blume in New York City as the satirical "Kafoozelum," and credited to "S. Oxon."
KEYWORDS: bawdy parody clergy sex whore
FOUND IN: Australia Canada Britain(England) US(MA,SW)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Cray, pp. 204-210, "Kathusalem" (3 texts, 1 tune)
cf. "Kafoozelum (I)"
cf. "Peter and Paul" (form)
The Daughter of the Rabbi
NOTES [27 words]: This approximate plot also shows up in a "Strawberry Roam" variant, but I'm not sure it is traditional; see the notes to "The Castration of the Strawberry Roan." - RBW
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