Justine, ou Les Malheurs de la vertu



Nel 1797 Viene Pubblicato In Olanda La Nouvelle Justine Ou Les Malheurs De La Vertu Suivie De L Histoire De Juliette, Sa Saeur Quest Opera Monumentale, Di Circa Quattromila Pagine, Che Il Suo Autore Aveva Preparato In Numerose Redazioni Che Ne Aumentano Ancora, E Di Molto, L Ampiezza, Un Lavoro Quasi Interminabile, Ha Immediatamente Spaventato Il Mondo Se Nelle Biblioteche Esiste Un Inferno, Questo Libro Vi Destinato Si Pu Riconoscere Che In Nessuna Letteratura E In Nessun Tempo Si Avuta Un Opera Cos Scandalosa, Che Nessun Autore Ha Ferito In Modo Altrettanto Profondo I Sentimenti E I Pensieri Degli Uomini Chi Oggi Oserebbe Competere, Per Licenziosit , Con Sade S , Lo Si Pu Affermare Ci Troviamo Di Fronte All Opera Pi Scandalosa Che Sia Mai Stata Scritta Maurice Blanchot.Justine, ou Les Malheurs de la vertu

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  • Justine, ou Les Malheurs de la vertu
  • Marquis de Sade
  • Italian
  • 09 November 2018
  • 9788887939361

10 thoughts on “Justine, ou Les Malheurs de la vertu

  1. says:

    This Justine she had like the all time worst luck, even worse than this girl Tiffany that I know who broke her leg on the first day of a three week ski holiday, it sounds so sad unless you know her in which case it practically proves there s a God right there But anyway I was reading this book at breakfast and that was a good laugh in itself cause people thought it must be a highly educational book because it was written before the Ark and I m not saying they were wrong neither because some of it was very educational if you know whatb I mean but I got to one bit and I blurted cocopops all down my nose it was hilarious and so so gross So you know, don t read Justine at breakfast So this must be like French Psycho you know like American Psycho only its really old ass so it s French Old Ass Psycho lol You know we have a lot of fast food shops in towns these days like KFC and those, well in the before the Ark France they must have had instead of fast french food a whole lot of whip shops ROTFLMWO yeah roll on the floor laughing my whip off It was just sick So I guess we don t need books like this any because we have modern videos like Tumbling Doll of Flesh or The Human centipede<...

  2. says:

    Great book, but i really don t care for translations Let s see, something I took from this book Believe in God and a bunch of people are going to rape you, take advantage of you, tie you to a tree and let the dogs get you, while your sister becomes a whore and marr...

  3. says:

    This book is absolutely appalling One expects a novel written on the subject of libertinism It is all the worse it is only women sequestered, subjected, under duress and threats, to the worst perversities of men One is far beyond what one can imagine, since imposed sex is added violence, blood, scatology, death..Those who admire Sade in the name of sexual liberation are all wrong there is no liberation in Sade, but only coercion Only perverse, violent men with deadly, unscrupulous tendencies, who dress their evil and criminal actions by theories which are only sophisms.On the literary level, this book is, of course, an interesting subject And the language of the eighteenth century is so beautiful But what a painful moment, that the discovery of...

  4. says:

    4,5 out of 10 spiky starsI suspect that I expected to find something similar to smutty contemporary sado masochistic literature, and was therefore quite pleasantly surprised stylistically speaking Having watched documentaries about De Sade which depicted him as a dribbling sot in an institution for the insane, I had expected well something much less intelligent than this De Sade is obviously no fool, and his arguments are intelligently put.In this novel, De Sade still conforms to Victorian norms in the respect that even libertine, rebellious De Sade felt he had to wrap everything he said in euphemistic terms, in spite of the fact that the content of the novel and the gist of his rhetoric would indeed have been wildly shocking to most Victorian sensibilities Compared to certain contemporary literature, such as some of the works of authors like Palanuik, for example in his novel Snuff, also, various writings of J.G Ballard, Samuel R Delany s novel Hogg and others like the work of Brett Easton Ellis, Justine is not so very shocking in the contemporary landscape despite De Sade s reputation.Of course, De Sade s later novels, especially The 120 Days of Sodom, truly do contain disgusting material, even by contemporary standards.If one feels you really MUST read De Sade, I guess this is one of the most accessible ones, but, even though it is De Sade lite it does nonetheless contain quite a bit of sad...

  5. says:

    When I was a grad student in Comparative Literature, all the cool kids read the Marquis de Sade Just add philosophical musings to the sexcapades and basically you have porn for intellectuals

  6. says:

    220 .

  7. says:

    First impressions Marquis de Sadeyou are one crazy m f So I had learned about Marquis de Sade, or at least first heard of him after watching the movie Quills and I immediately became really interested Yes, his works are incredibly graphic and really go off the deep end, but he was added to my bucket list of authors I wanted to read just for the sake of reading.After doing a little research I chose Justine, a classic, and one of his famous stories to give a try at but it was a failure I got either really bored or completely confused It took me up until a couple of weeks ago to finally get his prose which is a bunch of active narration and then about 10 pages of speeches sermons articulating his ideals Ah ha So away I went onto this journey, knowing that this was going to be one heck of a messed up story but curiosity is a powerful thing.To start things off, before I really get into my opinion on Justine, a quick summary and yes this will contain spoilers, but I include them so everyone can understand where the heck I m coming from here view spoiler Justine takes place in 17th or 18th century France and revolves around two sisters, Juliet and Justine Both orphaned just a few years before they could be married off split their inheritance and separate ways due to their highly contrasting ideals Juliet ...

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    It is precisely the Misfortunes of Virtue which Sade illuminates in Justine Virtue, personified in Justine, is perpetually confronted by misfortune, and subdued by an omnipresent force, which, as expected from the Marquis, drips animalistic eroticism Justine is, inarguably, a novel on depravity, but beyond its blatant decadent literature, Justine is also to be seen and appreciated as a historical document a passionate chronicle and assessment of a culture not governed by law, but through the despotic monarchy of King Louis XVI It is, essentially, a work of political philosophy and a critique of Revolutionary France.Despite its ardent imagery the novel expands beyond the prurient joyride evident in its erotic style That is to say, Justine is a candid rebuttal of Rousseau s views of the noble savage and the social contract The Marquis expounds man s unfettered indulgence as being fueled by momentary impulse and pleasure blind to consequence, or affliction to others In the Sadean demimonde, characters and people , were placed in either a position to impose their desires or as the objects upon which the desires of others were imposed upon occasionally a character enjoys the magnificence of the two The Marquis s savage is not noble in any perceivable sense, but rather merely a bundle of lustful appetites sulki...

  9. says:

    As Will Self puts it succinctly here, paraphrased I believe that humans are innately evil It s called egoism When egoism hypertrophies, when it grows and grows like a cancer, then that person becomes a full blown evil person Enter the uncompromising realm of the Marquis and the sequence of cartoon abuses heaped upon the virginal anti heroine for over 250pp, translated if Paul Bryant is to be believed , by the former disgraced songwriter of the Mamas and the Papas, who also wrote a monograph on the Marquis note this is a different John Phillips , and the ludicrous belief that humans should cultivate their innate evil and flout laws and conventions, because God does not love you, and the light at the end of the tunnel is the light of an oncoming train, and so on, yaketynoway Phillips s introduction for this book s status as a blistering satire on the hypocrisy of institutions, and the absolute corruption of absolute power is a convincing one, and since the tortures...

  10. says:

    de Sade n Sodom ve Franval dan sonra okudu um 3 kitab yd Ne Sodom kadar sapk n ne de Franval kadar felsefi anlamda basitti erdi i konu itibariyle ayk r edebiyat olarak s n fland r lsa da alt metinlerdeki felsefi de erlendirmeler kesinlikle kitab ba ka bir boyuta ta yor.Alt ba l nda da belirtildi i gibi Erdemin Felaketleri, neden erdemli olmamal y z, haz duyman n vazge ilmezli i, haz u runa yap lan k t leklerin m bah oldu u, bekaret namus olgusunun ilkelli i, dinin ve tanr fikrinin ge erlili i, varolu sorunsal nda insan n bencilli i, cinayetin ve ld rmenin k keninde farks zl , kan ba n n anlams zl , de i mez ahlak n varolup olmad gib...

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