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The School of Whoredom

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 151 Ratings and 17 Reviews

Book Description
Bawdy and thoroughly risque, this 16th-century masterpiece is the work of Pietro Aretino, widely regarded as the originator of European pornographic writing. Determined that her daughter should not be ignorant of the ways of men and love, Nanna seeks to "educate" the na�ve Pippa. She tells of women- whores, housewives, and nuns all being essentially the same; and of how to win men- discreetly and ... More
Book Information
PublisherHesperus Press
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages112
Publication Date03/01/2003
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About Peter Bailey (Author, Foreword) : Peter Bailey is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Peter Bailey include The Fish in Room 11, The Scarecrow and His Servant, Tale of Tales, and ... more
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About Pietro Aretino (Author) : Pietro Aretino is a published author. A published credit of Pietro Aretino is The School of Whoredom (Hesperus Classics).
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About Rosa Maria Falvo (Introduction, Translator) : Rosa Maria Falvo is a published translator. A published credit of Rosa Maria Falvo is The School of Whoredom (Hesperus Classics).
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