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Juliette o las prosperidades del vicio by Marquis de Sade (5 star ratings)
How should this be rated? It’s ridiculous, really, but I find it incredibly amusing because it’s not meant to be taken seriously. Between the sexual perversions, when the libertines are relaxing and eating, there are usually passages in which the characters voice de Sade’s political and philosophical views. Just started it and already it’s pretty sensational stuff. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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The essay “Juliette or Enlightenment and Morality” in Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno ‘s Dialectic of Enlightenment analyzes Juliette as marquee embodiment of the philosophy of enlightenment.
I believe that the way to better criticize the society, was to make some sase shit and always be sodomized as a little lamb, or as a preverted crazy person.
Most of the scenes follow a particular schematic: Behind the Pink Curtain: I do not consider that this is a moralistic book at its core.
Justine, or The Misfortunes of the Virtue or simply Justinewas the first of de Sade’s books published. Now, maruqes that stated, I would like to address some complaints I’ve seen other members mention in regards to this book.
And if you liked Justine, you may be sorry to hear she has a cameo in Juliette. She meets the ferocious Clairwil, whose main passion is in murdering young men and boys as revenge for the man’s brutality to her sex.
I did like the book, and it did open my eyes to new things This Grove Press edition is the larger “Juliette” portion of the infamous “The New Justine, and Her Sister Juliette,” referred to by those who should know as the lengthiest work of written pornography ever published.
In my book, that’s called chutzpah. Anyone who reads this for the sex depicted in it should seek psychiatric help. Aug 23, Annette rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Not that I would know. Spend enough time with this book and you will feel de Sade working on your brain, daring you to indulge your worst self.
Firstly, this book is a tough read, due to the incredibly disturbing sexual violence.
A long read, and it could corrupt you, but it’s a great ride worth trying out! Angela Carter fell for it: Perhaps my opinion will change when I finish the book, although I doubt it. Abundan los libros y autores que hablan sobre el aspecto “bueno” y “virtuoso” del ser humano. Sade has never bored me. When this book was first released It must be enough to say I give this 5 stars for originality, keen interest, novelty, importance- I think Sade is as important to the previous century as was Marx- and entertainment value.
He was a genius of expression, let us not forget “sade” is the origin of “sadist”. It is the Don Quixote of Sade’s novels, in other words.
This book is a lot of things. The “cut and paste” nature of this book isn’t referred to in the introduction and consequently some abrupt and discontinuous changes in the narrative “clocking in” at just around pages, Juliette is a truly unique read for the intellectually adventurous and sadr of heart.
Juliette o las prosperidades del vicio
Karma come full circle. She meets Saint Fond, a year-old multi-millionaire who commits incest with his daughter, murders his father, tortures young girls to death on a daily juljeta and even plots an ambitious scheme to provoke a famine that will wipe out half the population of France. Apr 25, Squire rated it really liked it Shelves: Juliette meets someone who shares her exact tastes; this figure gives an endless lecture of self-justification dress If this was a better novel it would be one of the most notorious books ever written.
I like that with this book we get a glimpse of what a finished Days of Sodom or an unburned Days of Florbelle, or Nature Unveiled might have read like.
Justine was also featured in the film Quills based on the life of the Marquis de Sade. But the society is livro as corrupt as it was back in Sade’ days. Maybe I’m weird but I was very satisfied with its tremendous length and, even after pages, was sad to see it end.