La Fleur Lascive Orientale  

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La Fleur Lascive Orientale is a collection of Greek, Arabic, and other Levantine erotic tales and foolstories published by Jules Gay and Doucé in 1882, anonymously translated from the originals by Jean-Adolphe Decourdemanche, and later re-translated by Leonard Smithers in 1893.



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