Cornucopia of Aphrodisiacs

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New Holland, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 96 pages
Take a licentious little tour through the realm where the erotic wisdom of the ancients meets the sensuality of the East and the reticence of the West. Explore the foods, drinks, and drugs that stimulate sexual desire in a setting enhanced by erotic art and poetry. Learn the special properties of each potion, nectar, and elixir, and find the truth behind the legends about Dragon's Blood, Rhino Horn, and Spanish Fly. Try the special recipes for preparing asparagus, truffles, potato, and quince. A perfect present to enhance the libido of a lover. 96 pages (all in color), 4 1/4 x 5 3/4.

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Craig Dodd has been involved with the ballet as critic, biographer, sometime agent, and general busybody for nearly 40 years. His brief experience as a manager of many of the ballet stars mentioned in this book confirmed the view that to cope with dancer's egos, you have to be a saint or a masochist. For light relief, he operates in the ultimate bluffing business--public relations.

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