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«El vicio divierte y la virtud cansa», afirma Juliette, la protagonista de esta obra que el marqués de Sade publicó en (y fue inútilmente prohibida). En ella. Adaptación cinematográfica de la gran obra del Marqués de Sade. Justine (una bella adolescente) recurre a todos los estamentos sociales. Julieta [Marques de Sade] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. edicion , paginas, tapa blanda, en buen estado.

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The governments prefer their pleople ignorant as extremly obedient to their whishes. Paperbackpages. 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. It’s ridiculous, really, but I find it incredibly amusing because it’s not meant to be taken seriously.

Can I give four stars to a book that I abandoned?

Her story is recounted to Madame de Lorsagne while defending herself for her crimes, en route to punishment and death. After escaping the band of Dubois, Justine wanders off and accidentally trespasses upon the lands of the count of Bressac.

A word of warning: Jan 06, Amanda Geard rated it it was ok Shelves: This page was last se on 31 Decemberat Presumably they realise that it’s juliwta a story.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I was of the curious who did and I have fully sated that curiosity. The governments prefer their pleople ignorant as extremly obedient to their whishes.

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Juliette by Marquis de Sade

The only thing I don’t remember occurring is bestiality, but if I read it again, I would not be surprised to find it buried in there somewhere. If you’re into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Because marquez impulses are inspired by Nature–and Nature even approves of murder, because it frees up space for new beings! So add the Marquis to your list of feminist authors. I recommend a brief familiarity with his biography and political beliefs, and probably reading his Philosophy in the Bedroom, before reading Juliette.


His characters expound on their superiority over other living things yet he writes brilliantly on the equality of animals and humans. They should be described as foul and depraved rather than as erotic as they focus so much on shit, piss, blood and vomit and the sex isn’t kinky, it’s extreme and painfully violent. Juliette Lemercier, Justine Lemercier. The film was titled Woman Hell: Books by Marquis marues Sade.

Juliette o las prosperidades del vicio by Marquis de Sade (5 star ratings)

Even though I am only almost through with Juliette, I feel as though I have managed to grasp the essence of the book already and can, therefore, give my thoughts on it. Justine was also featured in the film Quills based on the life of safe Marquis de Sade.

And while by any standard Sade’s charact Awesome! The heroine shows off her learning to marqjes pope whom she most often addresses by his secular name “Braschi” with a verbal catalogue of alleged immoralities committed by his predecessors.

Juliette o las prosperidades del vicio

And while by any standard Sade’s characters would qualify as sociopaths or psychopaths, human nature is indeed selfish and cruel to a considerable degree. To escape, they had to start a fire in the prison, in which 21 people died.


I ssde The Marquis de Sade to be a master of metaphor, albeit not ones I would have chosen. In essence, killing a human being is no more a crime than killing a roach. It’s hard to read about the suffering of the lower classes from a Man who was Not of those classes. She can be swayed by her emotion, and while evil, is not the most libertine of libertines.

Still, the book is written as an exercise of pushing the boundaries and it is more than clear that the empathy evolution endowed us with prevents most of us from comitting acts as those described in Sade’s book except for psychopaths, of course. The book presents an eloquent language and proves the author not as an se man but as an well informed, lived and educated person. The “cut and paste” nature of this book isn’t referred to in the introduction and consequently some abrupt sare discontinuous changes in the narrative voice found several times throughout the volume can be jarring and disorienting to say nothing of inexplicable to the uninformed, no doubtbut knowing some history of the work, it’s not difficult to keep the thread of the story, such as it is.

My favorite part of the book was the novella-length story told by the Italian highwayman who captures Juliette.