Auletris

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Auletris
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Author Anaïs Nin
LanguageEnglish
Genre
  • Short stories
  • erotic literature
PublisherSky Blue Press
Publication date
2016
Media typePrint
Pages118 pages
ISBN 978-0-9889170-9-5

Auletris is a collection of erotic short stories by Anaïs Nin, published posthumously by Sky Blue Press in 2016. [1] It features the short pieces "Life in Provincetown" and "Marcel," the latter of which appeared in a severely edited form in Delta of Venus (1977).

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References

  1. "Auletris: Erotica". Amazon. Retrieved October 4, 2017.