http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/YMMV/FannyHill Following YMMV / Fanny Hill Go To × Edit Locked Literature YMMV Create New - Create New - Analysis Characters FanficRecs FanWorks Fridge Haiku Headscratchers ImageLinks Laconic PlayingWith Quotes Recap ReferencedBy Synopsis Timeline Trivia WMG Do Not Do This Cool Thing: "...if I have painted vice in all its gayest colours, if I have deck'd it with flowers, it has been soley to make the worthier, the solemner sacrifice of it, to virtue." Sure you did, sweetie. Family-Unfriendly Aesop: A girl "does what she must" to survive. In 18th century London. First Installment Wins: Fanny Hill has long eclipsed Cleland's obscure and far tamer sequel, Memoirs of a Coxcomb, which follows roughly the same plot as its predecessor, except with a man as the protagonist.Advertisement: Overshadowed by Controversy: Known more for being a subject of obscenity tests than for the content itself. Pun-Based Title: At first glance Fanny Hill is a perfectly reasonable name, being a diminutive of Frances, when in fact in the 18th century "Fanny" was slang for a woman's privates. The Woobie: Fanny, at least in the beginning.