The Sensuous Woman

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The Sensuous Woman
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Author Joan (Terry) Garrity
Country United States
Language English
Subject Human sexuality
Publisher L. Stuart
Publication date
1969
Media type Print

The Sensuous Woman is a book by Joan Garrity issued by Lyle Stuart. Published first during 1969 with the pseudonym "J", it is a detailed instruction manual concerning sexuality for women.

It was among the six books chosen by career columnist Penelope Trunk for her list of "best books," as published in the September 21, 2007 edition of The Week magazine.

The album Music for Sensuous Lovers by "Z", released by Mort Garson in 1971, is a quote from the book's title.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mort Garson in Space Age Pop Music Page
  2. ^ Mort Garson - Music for Sensuous Lovers by “Z” (Anthem/Sensuous Records 5800, 1971) in WhiteNoisePinkNoiseBlackNoise

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