Bibliographie des principaux ouvrages relatifs à l'amour  

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Bibliographie des principaux ouvrages relatifs à l'amour is a book by Jules Gay. It is a bibliographic work of erotic literature that runs to 2,500 pages in double column and is devoted primarily to works in the French language. Gay’s work is considered, along with Hugo Hayn’s Biblioteca Germanorum Erotica, as the most important of bibliographies of erotica. The 35,000 books it describes far exceeds any reference except Hayn’s.

Its full title reads Bibliographie des ouvrages relatifs à l'amour, aux femmes, au mariage, contenant les titres détaillés de ces ouvrages, les noms des auteurs, un aperçu de leur sujet, leur valeur et leur prix dans les ventes, l'indication de ceux qui ont été poursuivis ou qui ont subi des condamnations, etc. par M. le C. d'I***.

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