Erotic romances are written from personal experiences. Cultures and social interactions are backgrounds for personal experiences, and develop erotic romances with innocence and emotional conflicts. Outlines for erotic romances are built from analyses of places, characters, and events. Innocence and emotional conflicts develop scenes, and plots.
A table of literary forms for erotic romances is below. It lists seventeen literary forms, and four behavioral dimensions. Literary forms are unique, and multi-dimensional. Motives, aggressions, emotional distresses, and psychopathologies contribute descriptions, explanations, and cross-references to literary forms. All of the possibilities that are presently recognized in the marketplace for fiction are included.
The table collects familiar terms from literary analyses of fiction, and organizes them into terms of literary forms. Psychological, psychiatric, and historical terms are collected with literary forms to define moods and themes of erotic romances. The table is a guide to understand and develop erotic romances. Literary forms are essential elements of fiction to write effective scenes and plots for erotic romances.