Oriental erotica  

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"A cliché view of Oriental erotica cites the Kama Sutra, the Khajuraho Group of Monuments and the Konark Sun Temple. The books L'art amoureux des Indes (1957) and Kama Kala (1958) are two early explorations of the topic." --Sholem Stein

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The term oriental erotica is as problematic as the term oriental, see East–West dichotomy. Geographically, it comprises Asian erotica and Middle Eastern erotica.



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From the series from Nagel Publishers

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