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Eros and Thanatos

2.5  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Paperback, 120 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by Erotic Print Society
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Mark Richfield
Mar 27, 2013 Mark Richfield rated it really liked it
I didn't buy the book for the written text, but for the artwork of Klaus Bottger. He is unknown in Canada and the US, but in his native Germany he is the god of the erotik! And I concur. If you have a taste for erotik artwork that has a "found" feel to it (drawn on scraps of paper) then check out this book. The writing isn't bad work, but like I said...
Tim Pendry
Feb 06, 2010 Tim Pendry rated it liked it
The ostensible basis of this book is the work of Klaus Bottger, a German artist (1942-1992) whose ouevre of erotic prints was picked up by the Erotic Prints Society in 1999 and padded out with an introduction and two pornographic short stories (by English writers) with a German theme - one set amongst the free love German student community of cliche and the other providing a mock psycho-analytic case study in which a brutal Freikorps soldier learns gemutlichkeit and leaves his bourgeois analyst ...more
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