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French erotica

Dictionnaire érotique moderne par un professeur de langue verte[1] (1864) is an erotic vocabulary by Alfred Delvau.

Printed by Karl Schmidt [= Gay et Doucé] in 1876 for the members of the "Biblio-Aphrodiphile Société". Revised and edited by Jules Choux. Engraved frontispiece by Jules-Adolphe Chauvet after Félicien Rops.

With 4 introductions, o.a. to the first edition of 1864 that was suppressed and to the " Glossaire érotique" by Louis de Landers (= August Scheler).

The volume was also published by Editions 10/18 with a detail of Ingres The Great Odalisque on the cover.

It was translated into English as Vocabula amatoria. A French-English glossary of words, phrases and allusions occurring in the works of Rabelais, Voltaire, Moliere, Rousseau, Beranger, Zola and others, with English equivalents and Synonyms. London, 1896.

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