The Sensuous Man

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

The Sensuous Man is a book written by an author initially known as "M", later revealed to be Joan (Terry) Garrity, John Garrity, and Len Forman.[1] First published in 1971 by both L. Stuart[2] and W. H. Allen,[3] by Corgi in 1972[4] and again in 1982 by Dell Publishing, Murphy Books,[5] The Sensuous Man is a detailed instruction manual on male sexuality. The book was written to correspond with a similar book by author "J" titled The Sensuous Woman, published in 1969. "J" stands for "Joan" Garrity.[6]

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  1. ^ "BOOKS OF THE TIMES", by Anatole Broyard New York Times, July 18, 1984]
  2. ^ "M" (February 1971). The Sensuous Man. L. Stuart. ISBN 0-818-40076-5. 
  3. ^ "M" (1971). The Sensuous Man. W. H. Allen. ISBN 0-491-00428-1. 
  4. ^ "M" (January 1972). The Sensuous Man. Corgi. ISBN 0-552-09062-X. 
  5. ^ "M" (1982). The Sensuous Man. Dell Publishing, Murphy. ISBN 0-440-17916-5. 
  6. ^ Amy Wilson (22 December 1988). "Rediscovering The `Sensuous Woman`". Sun Sentinel.