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Clandestine Classics to add explicit content to famous novels

The cover of the Clandestine Classic edition of Jane Eyre

The success of Fifty Shades of Gray has opened a new market for mainstream novels with sexual content. At least that's what Clandestine Classics seems to think. The publishing house is releasing five "enhanced" classic novels that add what they say are "missing scenes" to books like Pride and Prejudice, Sherlock Holmes and even Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.

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