Anthologie littéraire de la fellation


Le propre de la fellation est d'être une pratique sexuelle en cours chez une seule espèce de mammifères : l'Homme. Et sans doute, d'avoir été la plus décrite par les écrivains.

Caresse éternelle pratiquée sur toute la planète, la fellation, la pipe, le pompier, la turlutte, a toujours passionné les littérateurs qui y ont trouvé un terrain d'expression passionnant pour étourdir les lecteurs.

C'est à cette variété infinie de style et de traitements que vous convient les Éditions Blanche en sélectionnant les plus belles turluttes littéraires, les plus étonnantes, les plus étourdissantes.

Sous des plumes masculines, ou féminines, ce recueil rend hommage à " la plus savoureuse des caresses ".

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Henry Miller, Françoise Rey, Guy de Maupassant, Alina Reyes, Andrea de Nerciat, Pierre Mac Orlan, Régine Deforges, Guillaume Apollinaire, Caroline Grim, Jacques Montfer, Pierre Klosowski, Emmanuelle Poinger, Pierre Louÿs, Sam Carroll, André-Pieyre de Mandiargues, Georges Bataille, Anaïs Nin, Emmanuelle Arsan, Jacques Serguine, Paul Verguin...

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Jan 23, 2014
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Fiction / Erotica / Collections & Anthologies
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