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Feet-Ishism (Reveries) [Hardcover]

Hans-Jurgen Dopp
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  • Hardcover: 96 pages
  • Publisher: New Line Books (5 Jan 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1597640174
  • ISBN-13: 978-1597640176
  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 16.2 x 21.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,038,769 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant book of Hans-Jurgen Dopp 8 Jun 2014
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Very unique work on this theme. Excellent illustrated. The author is not loudly known but the series of his works on the erotism is very talking.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Dreadful - not recommended 13 Oct 2010
By Dani
I was persuaded to buy this book by the previous reviewer. This book was to be bought as a present for a friend however this book was not full of artful images of erotic shoes and legs. Most of the images aren't erotic but are very graphic with clear and rather horrible looking private parts on display! Most of the feet/shoes in the "art" in this book are there just because they happen to be on the end of the body - they are not there as the main focus of the image. There is even one image which has no feet in it at all but has a naked lady grabbing the upright and rather larger than life exposed private parts of a man - I can't be more specific but I hope you get the idea! This book was a real dissapointment. I had hoped for burlesque style art in this book. I'm no prude and I'm a big fan of burlesque but the art contained herein was just lewd, not erotic in any way and some of the "artworks" have no obvious reason as to why they have even been included as the feet certainly aren't a focal point in them. I certainly won't be giving this book to my friend. I have asked the seller if I can return it which is not something I usually do but this book isn't going to be sitting on my bookshelf! I'm not sure who would want this book but I suspect it's certainly very, very niche even in the fetish crowd!
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This is one of a series of medium-length essays written by Döpp and later published by Parkstone in larger format under the title 'Erotic Fantasy' (2006). Each essay is copiously (and gloriously) illustrated in excellent colour with examples of art intended to compliment the subject matter, and it is mostly these illustrations which accompany the essays in the synoptic work. 'Feet-ishism' is something of an exception, in that the individual volume is much more profusely provided - delightfully so - than the collection. It thus becomes a beautiful and charming little gem of an art book, dedicated to considering broadly specified aspects of fetishism, focussed mainly around women's clothing, including its donning and doffing. Shoe fetishism maintains pride of place, as would be expected. An excellent small volume, beautiful in its portrayal of the various aspects of love and concentrating on the erotic symbolism of clothing.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely dreadful, avoid it 15 Jun 2005
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You may have noticed, as I have, that people seem reluctant to review fetish material on Amazon. Justifiably so. Well, this "Kid" has taken it upon himself to review some foot fetish books he's picked up on Amazon for the benefit of those considering ordering them.

This book is absolutely awful. Clocking in at about 50 pages, it is mostly pictures of details from paintings of the Victorian era, classical Japan and a few bizarre modern ones. Dopp includes a few paragraphs about the history of the concept of fetish, only about half of which pertains to foot fetish...and in this scant material he devotes most of that to a discussion of his opinion that the classical German author Goethe was a foot fetishist. My goodness, this is so interesting.

Beware of the PUBLISHER'S claim that the book is full of enjoyable illustrations. I found myself turning the pages angrily in hopes that there might actually be SOME erotic pictures of female feet. For some inexplicable reason, the author chose mostly pictures of women lying prone with a focus on their lower bodies, or of fully-clothed women in boots sitting on windowsills.

I should have expected no less from a German. Don't get me wrong, I am half German, but as fetishists they're known to delve into the bizarre and esoteric. This is by NO MEANS a book, in my opinion, that will interest any modern American foot fetishist, whether his/her interest lie in the erotic image of the bare foot or in the nature of the fetish itself.

More highly recommended is "Foot: A Playful Biography," which this "Kid" has also reviewed. Or just google "bare female feet" and you might be happier.
1.0 out of 5 stars not worth the time 20 Feb 2011
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I decided to purchase this book to aid in some related psychology studies. I found that this book provided very little insight into any fetish of any type and was laced with images that although some would call art, I found mildly offensive for this type of book. There are some passages of the book which show some promise of providing some pertinent information, but after you turn the page, you find that your hopes are immediately dashed and you are visually stunned by ancient images of couples engaging in various sexually themed acts. This book will not provide you with any insight nor will it serve to educate. IT is poorly written and is not what it appears to be...
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