L'École des biches  

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L'École des biches ou Mœurs des petites dames de ce temps is a French erotic novel believed by J.M. Lo Duca to be written by Ernest Baroche and first published anonymously in 1868.

Conventionally, it is believed that Edmund Duponchel, Frederick Hankey & Alfred Bégis had jointly written it. The novel praises itself as "un manuel théorique et pratique de libertinage", and "manuel en action" and had its moment of fame thanks to a preface by Sylvestre Bonnard, a pseudonym of Pierre Dufay.

Georges Lévis adapted it into a graphic novel in the 1980s.

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