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Many of his works were written in prison. The means to every crime is ours, and we employ them all, we multiply the horror a hundredfold. I did like the book, and it did julleta my eyes to new things Juliette is a feminist far before her time, a heroine and anti-heroine, a victim-turned-predator who rejects conventional sex roles and relationships swde perhaps one of literature’s first unrepentant bisexuals.

I truly can not tell you which book was better because they in the shallow sense were the same but in the in depth sense they were a mind F. So add the Marquis to your list of feminist authors. Kateryna Krivovyaz It depends on your purpose.

And it is NOT a romance novel. Books by Marquis de Sade. Juliette has actual relationships and is not invulnerable to the nagging humanity libroo plagues all classic villains.

Justine (de Sade novel) – Wikipedia

This book do not reflects only the society in Paris atreflects the real problematic about the human behavior, probably some others whom have read it once would say that is sick but that is the real society, lbiro real issues for t This book, Is one of the best I have ever read in my life, Is not just about the history, that is authentic, but the way he introduces you to the history, the way he steaks, Is not about Sade is about Juliette, is about the vicious and forward, politics, religion.

This is not a book for someone with a weak stomach.

I believe The Marquis de Sade to be a master of metaphor, albeit not ones I would have chosen. Some readers might, of course be bored to te Even though I am only almost through with Juliette, I feel as though I have managed to marque the essence of the book already and can, therefore, give my thoughts on it.

Virginity must be banished and no one should ever get married. Good stuff you guys.


Anyone who reads this for the sex depicted in it should seek psychiatric help. None of her victims ever think to fight back or resist their sexual degradation and destruction–that would spoil the fantasy as much as giving the reader a chance to get to know Juliette’s victims. Her story is recounted to Madame de Lorsagne while defending herself for her crimes, en route to punishment and death. Juliette and Justine lived in a nunnery, where the abbess of the nunnery corrupted Juliette and attempted to corrupt Justine too.

This book is not a book of pornography, it is a book of philosophy. Sade the philosopher is in force, and his treatises – like his other novels delivered by key characters – are interspersed with the sex and violence one expect Juliette is to Justine what Ada is to Lolita: This book is very interesting with its history, as it passes is having much luck, but you realize that the easy way is not always the best, because if you have a inmenza fortune and makes you want to have more and more money to reach avarice.

Those free of social bondages and of a libertine and criminal bent he admires. However, Juliette explores, often with graphic precision, the bizarre depths of the human imagination.

The essay “Juliette or Enlightenment and Morality” in Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno ‘s Dialectic of Enlightenment analyzes Juliette as the embodiment of the philosophy of enlightenment. His works include novels, short stories, plays, dialogues, and political tracts; in his lifetime some were published jilieta his own name, while others appeared anonymously and Sade denied being their author.

Not recommended for the religiously inclined. It’s only pages long, so I’m wondering, is it worth my while to actually get a hold of a copy of the unabridged version? I didn’t even let my rage break at the realization that Justine’s death breaks continuity with Justine, the book’s sister novel.

A censored English translation of Justine was issued in the US by the Risus Press in the early s, and went julidta many reprintings. There has also been a graphic novel version by Guido Crepax. Msrques intrigaba leer algo de este autor y resulta interesante su punto de vista sobre los temas abordados apesar de lo malvado y grotesco de algunas escenas.

Napoleon Bonaparte ordered the arrest of the anonymous author of Justine and Sadeeand as a result de Sade was incarcerated for the last 13 years of his life.


This book is gross in its over-the-top descriptions of monstrous sex. The heroine shows off her learning to the pope whom she most often addresses by his secular name “Braschi” with a verbal catalogue of alleged immoralities committed by his predecessors. Therefore, it is the reader who makes a text ‘boring’ not the text alone. The orgies and discourses go a step further each time until, finally, all hell breaks loose sae the discourse becomes loftier in order to justify more grotesque horrors.

Juliette is to Justine what Ada is to Lolita: HOWEVER – a very interesting read in terms of what they actually talk about within those many, asde, pages of speech talking.

French Wikisource marqued original text related to this article: A retelling in contemporary terms, is The Turkish Batha novel published by Olympia Press, allegedly by Justine and Juliette Lemercier in an autobiographical format. Not that I would know. I started regretting not making more of a spectacle out of the commentary for this book; I had wanted to do more Dracula: Sade does an excellent job of describing human nature.

Behind the Pink Curtain: This is a massive 6-part novel; it’s going to take a good long while to read this.

This book is a lot of things. Most of the scenes follow a particular schematic: I did’t particularly like the parts of abuse, shit eating, piss drinking and human flesh eating, and even after the first half I still got disgusted, and until the end I was disgusted. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Juliette o las prosperidades del vicio

Sade the philosopher is in force, and his treatises – like his other novels delivered by key characters – are interspersed with the sex and violence one expects.

That pisses me off a bit. There are plenty of similar philosophical musings during the book, all attacking the ideas of Godmorals, remorse, love, etc. Sade does an excellent job of describing human nature. Now, with that stated, I would like to address some complaints I’ve seen other members mention in regards to this book.