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Febris Erotica

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The destructive power of obsessive love was a defining subject of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russian literature. In Febris Erotica, Sobol argues that Russian writers were deeply preoccupied with the nature of romantic relationships and were persistent in their use of lovesickness not simply as a traditional theme but as a way to address pressing philosophical, ethical, and ideological concerns through a recognizable literary trope. Sobol examines stereotypes about the damaging effects of romantic love and offers a short history of the topos of lovesickness in Western literature and medicine. Read an interview with the author: http://www.rorotoko.com/index.php/article/valeria_sobol_interview_febris_erotica_lovesickness_russian_literary_imagin/
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Febris Erotica

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The destructive power of obsessive love was a defining subject of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russian literature. In Febris Erotica, Sobol argues that Russian writers were deeply preoccupied with the nature of romantic relationships and were persistent in their use of lovesickness not simply as a traditional theme but as a way to address pressing philosophical, ethical, and ideological concerns through a recognizable literary trope. Sobol examines stereotypes about the damaging effects of romantic love and offers a short history of the topos of lovesickness in Western literature and medicine. Read an interview with the author: http://www.rorotoko.com/index.php/article/valeria_sobol_interview_febris_erotica_lovesickness_russian_literary_imagin/
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Erotica Romana

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German literary prodigy Johann Wolfgang von Goethe breaks ground again with this volume of sensual love poetry. Despite its titillating title, these poems -- though shockingly candid in the context of the early 1800s -- are tame by contemporary standards, and Goethe couches his carnal odes in coy, oblique metaphors.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 1776582640

Ageless Erotica

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Ageless Erotica is a steamy anthology of erotic stories and memoir essays written for a mature audience by writers over the age of 50. Edited by senior sex expert and advocate Joan Price, this collection is full of erotica seniors can relate to—embracing the agelessness of sexuality while still encompassing the changes that accompany aging. Some selections are tender and loving, while others are edgy and kinky. But whether characters are going solo, having spicy sex with partners they love and have loved for decades, or engaging in casual encounters, every story included in these pages aims to arouse and to rejoice in the sensual side of aging. A groundbreaking collection of erotica for seniors, Ageless Erotica is a stimulating celebration of the many pleasures of “well-seasoned” sex.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9781580054416

Febris Erotica

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The destructive power of obsessive love was a defining subject of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russian literature. In Febris Erotica, Sobol argues that Russian writers were deeply preoccupied with the nature of romantic relationships and were persistent in their use of lovesickness not simply as a traditional theme but as a way to address pressing philosophical, ethical, and ideological concerns through a recognizable literary trope. Sobol examines stereotypes about the damaging effects of romantic love and offers a short history of the topos of lovesickness in Western literature and medicine. Read an interview with the author: http://www.rorotoko.com/index.php/article/valeria_sobol_interview_febris_erotica_lovesickness_russian_literary_imagin/
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Erotica Romana

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This is an electronic edition of the complete book complemented by author biography. This book features a table of contents linked to every chapter. The book was designed for optimal navigation on the Kindle, PDA, Smartphone, and other electronic readers. It is formatted to display on all electronic devices including the Kindle, Smartphones and other Mobile Devices with a small display.
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 1607789051

Circo Erotica

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Floradora is a lion tamer in a Mexican circus. She inhabits a curious and colourful world of trapeze artists, snake charmers and hypnotists. When her father dies owing a lot of money to the circus owner, the dastardly Lorenzo, Flora's life is about to change. Lorenzo and his accomplice - the perverse Salome - share a powerful sexual hunger, a taste for bizarre adult fun and an interest in Flora. They soon lure her into their games of decadence. When Flora meets a charming young man who wants to marry her, the evil pair start scheming against it. They want to keep Flora for their own pleasure. Can she escape? Will she even want to?
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9780352332578

Burn Erotica

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Sizzling. Steaming. Sexy. 10 explicit erotic stories to get you hot. ~ After Lyanna meets her roommate's breath-taking brother, she gets to know this family member intimately. ~ Rose unveils more than she expects at a masquerade partywho is the sexy stranger beneath the mask? ~ A rock star plays his wife a love songright on top of the piano. ~ Is the naughty nanny starting to play a little too often with the kid's gorgeous dad? ~ One schoolgirl just cannot resist her new gym teacher. And 5more steamy stories! A sexy selection of hot stories that will leave you burning for more...
Category: Fiction. ISBN: 9781682992043

Febris Erotica

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The destructive power of obsessive love was a defining subject of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russian literature. In Febris Erotica, Sobol argues that Russian writers were deeply preoccupied with the nature of romantic relationships and were persistent in their use of lovesickness not simply as a traditional theme but as a way to address pressing philosophical, ethical, and ideological concerns through a recognizable literary trope. Sobol examines stereotypes about the damaging effects of romantic love and offers a short history of the topos of lovesickness in Western literature and medicine. Read an interview with the author: http://www.rorotoko.com/index.php/article/valeria_sobol_interview_febris_erotica_lovesickness_russian_literary_imagin/
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Erotica Romana

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born on 28th August 1749 in Frankfurt, All of his siblings died at a young age except for his sister Cornelia and he was home schooled by his father and a range of tutors. He went to Leipzig to study law but preferred writing poetry. However, from these relatively unremarkable beginnings blossomed a remarkable life. Goethe became the most important cultural icon of his time. Whilst his influence is most closely seen in the arts, his life was spent also in politics as he spent many years with the Grand Duke at the Imperial Court with responsibility on commissions for roads, taxes and the Prussian war against the French which he fought in. Despite this he was later to support Napoleon against the Weimar Republic. His creative life made him, by 25, an artist of international renown with the publication of The Sorrows of Young Werther which became the first German international bestseller. A friendship with Schiller saw the establishment of a new form of German theatre. His two-part drama Faust remains lauded as one of the peaks of world literature and his other well-known literary works include his numerous poems, the Bildungsroman Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship. Goethe's works spanned not only the fields of poetry, drama and literature, but theology, humanism, and science. He was the originator of the concept of Weltliteratur ("world literature) and his impact on German philosophy is virtually immeasurable and his influence across many of these disciplines spread across Europe. George Eliot called him "Germany's greatest man of letters... and the last true polymath to walk the earth". Goethe died slumbering in his armchair on 22nd March 1832.
Category: Literary Collections. ISBN: 9781783943104
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