When you read classics like Pride and Prejudice, Wuthering Heights, A Study in Scarlet, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and The Three Musketeers, I am sure the thought crosses your mind, “These books have great stories, excellent writing, and strong characters but there’s something missing. What they need to be really great are some explosive and graphic sex scenes.”
Well, Caity Weaver says that that deficiency has been corrected. A publisher by the name of Clandestine Classics is putting out new versions of these books (whose copyright has expired and are all in the public domain) that have such scenes added, on the assumption that the authors would have included them if the killjoy prudes of their times had not fettered them.
You can read descriptions of the updated classics here plus an excerpt from the improved Jane Eyre featuring a scene where Jane and Rochester really get to know each other.