- Erotic poetry
- found: Cuddon, J.A. A dictionary of literary terms and literary theory, 1991 (Erotic poetry: It is necessary to distinguish between erotic poetry and love poetry. Erotic poetry is about sex and sexual love; love poetry tends to avoid sexual details, though there are exceptions, like some of Donne's love poems. Erotic poetry tends to concentrate on the more physical aspects of love and passion; while love poetry dwells more on the nobler manifestations of love, the 'higher' feelings.)
- found: Baldick, C. The Oxford dictionary of literary terms, 2008 (Erotica: The collective term for materials of an erotic nature, and particularly for prose or verse narratives of sexual fantasy ranging from explicitly pornographic novels to jocular poems on sexual subjects, whether or not these are illustrated pictorially. Within this broad category are works of genuine literary distinction categorized as erotic poetry, including some of the poems of Catullus and Ovid, Marlow's narrative poem Hero and Leander (completed by George Chapman, 1598), Shakespeare's narrative poem Venus and Adonis (1593), and several French lyrics by Paul Verlaine.)
- found: The best American erotic poems, 2008.
- found: LCGFT (Erotic films, Erotic television programs)
- found: LCSH, Oct. 21, 2014 (Erotic poetry)
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