Aphrodite: A Memoir of the Senses  

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"Eroticism is where you use a feather and pornography is where you use the whole chicken"

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Aphrodite: A Memoir of the Senses (Afrodita: Recetas, cuentos y otros afrodisiacos) is a book by Allende in which the famous quote on the difference between erotica and pornography is found: "Erotica is when you use a feather. Pornography is when you use the whole [hen] chicken."

Chapter titles include: Cooking in the Nude; The Spell of Smell; Death by Perfume; Table Manners; With the Tip of the Tongue; The Orgy; Sins of the Flesh; Love Potions, and Sauces and Other Essential Fluids.

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