Philosophy in the Boudoir, Or, The Immoral Mentors

Philosophy in the Boudoir, Or, The Immoral Mentors

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Penguin Putnam
Philosophy in the Bedroom accounts the lascivious education of a privileged young lady at the dawn of womanhood.

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Philosophy of the Boudoir follows three aristocrats as they indoctrinate the fifteen-year-old Eugénie de Mistival in "the principles of the most outrageous libertinism." 200 years after de Sade's death, readers will continue to find shock and delight in this most joyous of his erotic works, now with a new introduction by Francine du Plessix-Gray.



Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 2006
Description: xvi, 173 p. ; 21 cm
ISBN: 9780143039013
0143039016
Branch Call Number: Sade
Additional Contributors: Neugroschel, Joachim.

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