The Sensuous Man
The Sensuous Man is a book written by an author initially known as "M", later revealed to be Joan (Terry) Garrity, John Garrity, and Len Forman. First published in 1971 by both L. Stuart and W. H. Allen, by Corgi in 1972 and again in 1982 by Dell Publishing, Murphy Books, The Sensuous Man is a detailed instruction manual on male sexuality. The book was written to correspond with a similar book by author "J" titled The Sensuous Woman, published in 1969. "J" stands for "Joan" Garrity.
|Author||Joan (Terry) Garrity|
W. H. Allen
- "BOOKS OF THE TIMES", by Anatole Broyard The New York Times, July 18, 1984]
- "M" (February 1971). The Sensuous Man. L. Stuart. ISBN 0-818-40076-5.
- "M" (1971). The Sensuous Man. W. H. Allen. ISBN 0-491-00428-1.
- "M" (January 1972). The Sensuous Man. Corgi. ISBN 0-552-09062-X.
- "M" (1982). The Sensuous Man. Dell Publishing, Murphy. ISBN 0-440-17916-5.
- Amy Wilson (22 December 1988). "Rediscovering The `Sensuous Woman`". Sun Sentinel.
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