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Sade: 120 Days of Sodom By LogoStar Press
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Sade wrote "The 120 Days of Sodom" in the space of thirty-seven days in 1784 while he was locked up in the Bastille. Being short of writing materials, he wrote it in tiny writing on a... More > continuous, twelve-metre long roll of paper. When the Bastille was stormed and looted on July 14, 1789 during the height of the French Revolution, Sade believed the work was lost forever and later wrote that he "wept tears of blood" over its loss. However, the long roll of paper on which it was written was later found hidden in his cell, having escaped the attentions of the looters. The first publisher of the work, Dr. Bloch, regarded its thorough categorization of all manner of sexual fetishes as having "scientific importance...to doctors, jurists, and anthropologists." For sure, one of the most shocking and challenging books of all time.< Less
Sade: 120 Days of Sodom By LogoStar Press
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Sade wrote "The 120 Days of Sodom" in the space of thirty-seven days in 1784 while he was locked up in the Bastille. Being short of writing materials, he wrote it in tiny writing on a... More > continuous, twelve-metre long roll of paper. When the Bastille was stormed and looted on July 14, 1789 during the height of the French Revolution, Sade believed the work was lost forever and later wrote that he "wept tears of blood" over its loss. However, the long roll of paper on which it was written was later found hidden in his cell, having escaped the attentions of the looters. The first publisher of the work, Dr. Bloch, regarded its thorough categorization of all manner of sexual fetishes as having "scientific importance...to doctors, jurists, and anthropologists." For sure, one of the most shocking and challenging books of all time.< Less
Sade As a Didact - Narrative Strategies By Sergio Zenere
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This study discusses selected aspects of a few non-obscene works of de Sade in order to understand why and how does narrative take the shape or masquerade as folk tales or eye-witness accounts in... More > Aline et Valcour (1795) and a few stories from the anthologies Historiettes, contes et fabliaux [ 'Dorci', 'L'époux corrigé', 'La chastelaine de Longeville', 'Le président mystifié' ](1788) and Les crimes de l'amour ['Florville et Courval'] (1800). Motific suggestions ( for example the deliverance of the virgin; the initiatory journey in the realm of the physical, the mystical and the allegorical ) and their immemorial utopian genesis are also examined, for they recur in 'proper' political science and are routinely exploited and perverted to the advantage of Sade's peculiar world view: helpless mankind inhabits a hectic universe at the mercy of an unconcerned 'invisible hand' (in turn identified with nature, fate or providence ) whose only ethic is highly situational.< Less
De Sade's Aline Et Valcour By Sergio Zenere
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This study tries to explore selected topics to document how Sade's novel Aline et Valcour (1795) best epitomizes the atmosphere of the society at large and most commonplace and 'hot' debates in... More > XVIII century France, among the higher classes; the dissertation will thus have to grapple with Sadeani studies, although on an unconventional wavelength. It will be necessary to examine the structures of XVIII century French nobility in its composing halves and its relation with the State; it will also be necessary to examine the broad context of XVIII century France; historical and social facts and dynamics will be employed to suggest a possible explanation< Less
De Sade's Utopian Digression of Butua By Sergio Zenere
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This essay tries to analyze and to put in perspective one self-contained, dystopian digression contained in Aline et Valcour (1795), de Sade's long, romanesque epistolary novel, namely the episode (... More > from the “letter XXXV” in the novel ) describing the exotic, imaginary African kingdom of Butua. While the topic requires at times to venture into the realm of utopian studies, or general Sadean studies, it must be emphasized that an exhaustive or all-encompassing analysis of the above is well beyond the scope of this paper, whose limited purpose is only a better comprehension of Sade's use of utopia to disperse a philosophical/political message, in a fashion that seems to me perfectly attuned to Enlightenment and XVIII century in general.< Less
Sade Photographs 1982-1983 By Paul Cooke, Paul Cooke
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A (1st edition) archive of photographs taken by Paul Cooke when he was a member of the bands PRIDE & SADE between 1982 and 1984 in London. The 'Vintage' photo album is crammed full of behind the... More > scenes shots of the band touring, rehearsing , playing live gigs and playing live on TV shows whilst promoting the hits like 'Your Love is King' etc. This is a must have collection for any Sade fan and a very rare album of not before published photographs of the band in the early formative days...< Less
In My Eyes By Sade' Dumpson
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This is a book of poetry, that describes positive, encouraging,and different out looks on life. I think readers will find this book very insightful, inspiring, and fun.
Day by Day - Vol 1 By Sadé Tolani
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A compilation of three-line inspirational notes.
Day by Day - Vol 1 By Sadé Tolani
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A compilation of three-line inspirational notes.
ABC of Self By Sadé Tolani
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Charity begins at home. Human awareness must begin with the “SELF”.