A Spy in the House of Love is a 1954 novel by Anais Nin. ...more on Wikipedia about "A Spy in the House of Love (book)"
The Date with Destiny Adventure series comprises two short novels of interactive fiction published by Quirk Books in 2003 that parodied the Choose Your Own Adventure series. Both books featured covers and interior designs similar to those of the old Choose Your Own Adventure books, but they are based around adult themes. The first book, Night of a Thousand Boyfriends, is similar to the television show Sex and the City, and the second book, Escape From Fire Island, is set on Fire Island, part of which is a famous gay resort. ...more on Wikipedia about "Date with Destiny Adventure"
Delta of Venus is a book by Anaïs Nin. It was first published in 1969. In 1995 a film version of the book was directed by Zalman King. Anais Nin's erotica shows how delicately and beautifully she dealt with sexuality, and humanity. There are multiple short stories in this work with certain important characters reappearing throughout. She deals with many different sexual themes, while maintaining the balance of her life's work -- the study and description of woman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Delta of Venus"
Erotic fantasy is a subgenre of fantasy fiction and utilizes erotica in a fantasy setting. These stories can essentially cover any of the other subgenres of fantasy, such as High fantasy, Contemporary fantasy, or even Historical fantasy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erotic fantasy"
Erotic literature is a literary genre. It either takes the form of erotica written to arouse the reader, or to give instruction in sexual technique. Much classic erotic literature is of novel length, although there are also erotic short stories. Some poetry has been classed as erotic, and overtly erotic poetry has been written from the time of the Ancient Greeks onwards. ...more on Wikipedia about "Erotic literature"
Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, also known as Fanny Hill is a novel by John Cleland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fanny Hill"
Fictionmania is a non-commercial website dedicated to publishing and archiving transgender fiction, much of which is erotica. It is open to submissions from any writer, provided the submitted literature "explores gender." ...more on Wikipedia about "Fictionmania" This text is made on shortopedia
Joy is a series au semi-autobiographical erotic novels by Joy Laurey and the name of the heroin, who is a supermodel whose father is American and the mother French. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joy (novels)"
Juliette is a novel written by the Marquis de Sade and published 1797 - 1801, accompanying Sade's Nouvelle Justine. Whilst Justine, Juliette's sister, was a virtuous woman who consequently encountered nothing but despair and abuse, Juliette is an amoral nymphomaniac who ends up successful and happy. ...more on Wikipedia about "L'Histoire de Juliette"
Lady Chatterley's Lover is a novel by D. H. Lawrence written in 1928. Printed privately in Florence in 1928, it was banned in the UK until 1960. Lawrence considered calling this book Tenderness at one time and it has been published in three different versions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lady Chatterley's Lover"
Le lien is the only novel by Vanessa Duriès. ...more on Wikipedia about "Le lien"
Leopold Ritter von Sacher-Masoch ( January 27, 1836– March 9, 1895), writer and journalist, was born in Lemberg, Austria-Hungary (now L'viv, Ukraine). He was the son of the police director in Lemberg and Charlotte von Masoch, a Ukrainian lady of noble birth. He started learning German at age 12. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leopold von Sacher-Masoch"
Les bijoux indiscrets (English title: The Indiscreet Jewels) was Denis Diderot's first novel, published anonymously in 1748 ...more on Wikipedia about "Les bijoux indiscrets"
This list contains publishing organisations (past and present) that specialise in pornographic books. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of pornographic book publishers"
Histoire d'O (English title: Story of O ) is a sadomasochistic novel by French author Pauline Réage, revealed a few years before her death as being the pen name of Anne Desclos (1907-1998), who also wrote under the name of Dominique Aury. ...more on Wikipedia about "Story of O"
Teleny, a homoerotic short novel believed by some scholars to have been written by Oscar Wilde, was published anonymously in the year of Wilde's trial (1895), and has been ignored by most editors of Wilde's works. Nowadays literature rates it as an important antipole to the prudish idealism of the neo-classic and neo-romantic lyric love poetry of the fin de siècle: a work of unmasking the cynical double moral standards of the Victorian era. The love of Camille and Teleny is shattered by social reprisals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Teleny"
The Bachelor Machine is a collection of erotic science fiction short stories by M. Christian, published in 2003 (ISBN 1931160163) by Green Candy Press. The stories take place in a wide variety of settings, with an assortment of themes and widely differing tone, from grim to humorous. There is also a wide variety of sexual acts depicted in the work, including many which are not possible with modern technology, involving a wide variety of partners in heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual and sometimes non-human couplings. Although there are depictions of sadomasochistic acts, edge play, and even simulated snuff, the author has commented that "I always try and put in either redemption or depth." His stated goal in publishing the collection is that he would "like the reader to be sort of abstractly aroused, more titillated than directly stimulated, changed in the way they think about sex." ...more on Wikipedia about "The Bachelor Machine"
The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty (1983), ...more on Wikipedia about "The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty"
The Mad Man is a pornographic literary novel by Samuel R. Delany, first published in 1994 by Richard Kasak. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Mad Man"
The Misfortunes of Virtue (original French title Les infortunes de la vertu) was an early work by the Marquis de Sade, written in two weeks in 1787 while imprisoned in the Bastille. It is a novella (187 pages) with relatively little of the obscenity which characterized his later writing. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Misfortunes of Virtue"
Tropic of Cancer is a sexually explicit novel by Henry Miller, first published in 1934 by Obelisk Press in Paris and still in print (Grove Press 1987 paperback: ISBN 0802131786). Its publication in 1961 in the United States by Grove Press led to an obscenity trial that was one of several that tested American laws on pornography in the 1960s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tropic of Cancer (novel)" My shortopedia and me.
Tropic of Capricorn is a sexually explicit novel by Henry Miller, first published in Paris in 1938. The novel was a sequel to Tropic of Cancer, 1934. The novel is set in 1920s New York, where the narrator 'Henry V. Miller' works in the personnel division of the 'Cosmodemonic' telegraph company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tropic of Capricorn (novel)"
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