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This most joyous of de Sade's works follows three aristocrats as they indoctrinate Eugénie de Mistival in "the principles of the most outrageous libertinism."

The complex moral ambiguities of seduction and revenge make Les Liaisons dangereuses (1782) one of the most scandalous and controversial novels in European literature. Its prime movers, the Vicomte de Valmont and the Marquise de Merteuil--gifted, wealthy, and bored--form an unholy alliance and turn seduction into a game. And they play this game with such wit and style that it is impossible not to admire them, until they discover mysterious rules that they cannot understand. In the ensuing battle there can be no winners, and the innocent suffer with the guilty. This new translation gives Laclos a modern voice, and readers will be able to judge whether the novel is as "diabolical" and "infamous" as its critics have claimed, or whether it has much to tell us about a world we still inhabit.

Philosophy In The Boudoir is the most concise, representative text of all the Marquis de Sade's works, containing his notorious doctrine of libertinage expounded in full, coupled with liberal doses of savage, unbridled eroticism, cruelty and violent sexuality. The renegade philosophies put forward here would later rank among the cornerstones of Andre Breton's surrealist manifesto. This new edition includes Minski the Cruel, a brand-new, unexpurgated translation of a key episode from de Sade's Juliette.

This collection offers a wide range of works from the Antiquity to the twentieth century. This title will deal specifically with erotic pieces. Here are the most sensual and provocative masterworks which captured the feeling of an era and those that signaled the beginning of a new one. Most of these works were not immediately recognized for their genius, and others that were at first met with great resistance. All have stood the test of time and in their own ways contribute to the dialectic on what makes a painting, sculpture or object erotic, how notions of eroticism have changed, to what degree erotic art reflects reality, and to what degree it alters it. Taken together these works illuminate the changing preoccupations and insights of our ancestors and this work enables the reader to rediscover the world heritage of erotic art.

This second entry offers the same beautiful and daring mix of forbidden art (paintings, lithographs, drawings, watercolors, and photographs--many by masters of the form) with excerpts from banned books (the famous and the anonymous). Over illustrations, most in color.

With over 100,000 copies in print of the previous edition, this illustrated anthology presents a collection of the very best examples of sexual art and literature spanning two thousand years: from classical Rome and the ancient East to the novels of D. H. Lawrence and Henry Miller. Artworks from Aubrey Beardsley, Henry Fuseli, Gustav Klimt, Thomas Rowlandson, and many others are juxtaposed with literary pieces from such names as C. P. Cavafy, Frank Harris, John Cleland, Anais Nin, Boccaccio, Christina Rossetti, Oscar Wilde, and Casanova.

The Art of Arousal brings together 120 of the most engagingly erotic paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings from diverse eras and cultures. Zeus is sneaking in again.

This fabulous volume presents the very best examples of sexual art and literature, spanning 2,000 years and sourced from both the East and the West. The array of writers is dazzling and the scope enormous. The art features paintings, drawings, sculpture and photographs. The collection samples a wide range of cultures, tastes and attitudes, but the themes are always entertaining, exciting and enjoyable. After all, sex is too important to be taken seriously.

This is a collection of the best 17th and 18th century images from Erotica Universalis, volumes I and II. From Rembrandt to Fragonard and lots of others in between (known, unknown, and anonymous), a plethora of delightfully naughty pictures!

This is a collection of the best latter 20th century images from Erotica Universalis Volumes I and II. From Dali to Crumb and lots of others in between (known, unknown, and anonymous)--a plethora of delightfully naughty pictures!

The lusty Penny spends a creative afternoon in the English countryside sketching--and giving in to nature's most sensuous delights. She returns to London in time for the city's nightlife to carry her to new heights of pleasure--in an erotic escapade beyond her wildest fantasies. Previous publisher: Headline.

When Flesh Becomes Word collects nine different examples of British libertine literature that appeared before 1750. Three of these--The School of Venus (1680), Venus in the Cloister (1725), and A Dialogue Between a Married Lady and a Maid (1740)--are famous "whore dialogues," dramatic conversations between an older, experienced woman and a younger, inexperienced maid.

While #sexual writing today is popular, it pales in comparison to the #steamy and #graphic, yet #romantically inviting works authored during the 19th century. #EROTIC #TALES includes selections by such renowned authors as Emile Zola, Sir Richard Burton, Bram Stoker, Frank Harris, Charles Devereaux, and of course the inimitable Anonymous. A volume filled with passion with panache. #Titillating #Erotica #Anthology #Victorian #Edwardian #Smut #Smutty

Part of "Penguin's" beautiful hardback "Clothbound Classics" series, designed by the award-winning Coralie Bickford-Smith, these delectable and collectible editions are bound in high-quality colourful, tactile cloth with foil stamped into the design. Constance Chatterley feels trapped in her sexless marriage to the invalid Sir Clifford. Unable to fulfil his wife emotionally or physically, Clifford encourages her to have a liaison with a man of their own class. But Connie is attracted instead to her husband's gamekeeper and embarks on a passionate affair that brings new life to her stifled existence. Can she find a true equality with Mellors, despite the vast gulf between their positions in society? One of the most controversial novels in English literature, "Lady Chatterley's Lover" is an erotically charged and psychologically powerful depiction of adult relationships.

A new anthology of literary love stories—the third collection in the appealing Pocket Classics format—perfect for Valentine’s Day. Here are nineteen stories from a rich array of writers, A collection as alluring, moving, and intoxicating as its timeless theme.

Considered one of the truly great French writers of the nineteenth century, famed poet and novelist Alfred de Musset once decided (as great French writers are wont to do) to try his hand at erotic fiction. The glorious result was Gamiani, a classic tale of sensual pleasure and sexual excess. Reputedly inspired by the debauched history of Musset's former lover-the irrepressible George Sand-it is the classic erotic story of one man, two women . . . and two incomparable nights of uninhibited sexual adventure. VERY Smutty

nworldly young Effi Briest is married off to Baron von Innstetten, an austere and ambitious civil servant twice her age, who has little time for his new wife. Isolated and bored, Effi finds comfort and distraction in a brief liaison with Major Crampas, a married man with a dangerous reputation. But years later, when Effi has almost forgotten her affair, the secret returns to haunt her, with fatal consequences. Considered to be Fontane's greatest novel, "Effi Briest" is a humane, unsentimental portrait of a young woman torn between her duties as a wife and mother and the instincts of her heart.