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The Perfumed Garden - Burton - 1886.djvu

CONTENTS



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1
CHAPTER I
Concerning Praiseworthy Men
9
CHAPTER II
Concerning Women who Deserve to be Praised
32
CHAPTER III
About Men who are to be Held in Contempt
57
CHAPTER IV
About Women who are to be Held in Contempt
59
CHAPTER V
Relating to the Act of Generation
62
CHAPTER VI
Concerning Everything Favourable to the Act of Coition
66
CHAPTER VII
Of matters which are Injurious in the Act of Generation
101
CHAPTER VIII
The Sundry Names given to the Sexual Parts of Men
110
CHAPTER IX
Sundry Names given to the Sexual Organs of Women
129
CHAPTER X
Concerning the Organs of Generation of Animals
160
CHAPTER XI
On the Deceits and Treacheries of Women
163
CHAPTER XII
Concerning Sundry Observations useful to know for Men and Women
185
CHAPTER XIII
Concerning the Causes of Enjoyment in the Act of Generation
190
CHAPTER XIV
Description of the Uterus of Sterile Women, and Treatment of the same
194
CHAPTER XV
Concerning Medicines which Provoke Abortion
196
CHAPTER XVI
Concerning the Causes of Impotence in Men
198
CHAPTER XVII
Undoing of Aiguillettes (impotence for a time)
200
CHAPTER XVIII
Prescriptions for increasing the Dimensions of small Members, and for making them splendid
202
CHAPTER XIX
Of things that take away the bad smell from the Armpits and Sexual Parts of Women, and contract the latter
205
CHAPTER XX
Instructions with regard to Pregnancy, and how the Gender of the Child that is to be born may be known; that is to say, Knowledge of the Sex Foetus
207
CHAPTER XXI
Forming the Conclusion of this Work, and Treating of the Good Effects of the Deglutition of Eggs as Favourable to the Coitus
209
226