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The Art of Love
     

The Art of Love

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by Ovid, Tom Payne
 

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Perhaps there is something you can learn from Ovid, the best teacher on the subject of love in all of history. This delightfully witty handbook was found so shocking on its first publication that the Emperor Augustus had it taken off the shelves of Rome’s libraries in 8 AD it has also been banned by the Vatican and the US Customs Office at various points in

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The Art of Love 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Si basicly this is a book about sex?
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I was glad that this book was short but then as I got into it I wanted for Ovid to write more. He talks about different places where people in Rome can go and pick girls up and then he tells the ladies what they can do to see through the guys traps.