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Virtue [PDF / Epub] ☃ Virtue ✑ Marquis de Sade – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Herman and the noble and proud Ernestine, two young lovers, find themselves confronted with a pair of libertines who will stop at nothing not even the confines of the law to assuage their desires Coun Herman and the noble and proud Ernestine, two young lovers, find themselves confronted with a pair of libertines who will stop at nothing not even the confines of the law to assuage their desires Count Oxtiern, villainous and dissolute, and his accomplice Madame Scholtz, a widow of lusty temperament, will shrink from nothing, no lie, no treachery is beneath them in their quest for sexual fulfillment But does crime really never pay Or can Virtue vanquish vice This pair of stories showcases his profound moral and social principles, and sets this elegant critique of class prejudice apart from being a mere pornographic episode.


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  1. Matt Sautman Matt Sautman says:

    Reading French Feminists recently andspecifically their critiques of Sade and R age motivated me to pick up this slim volume to better ground their criticism against the mistreatment of women and the fetishization of that mistreatment However, I must have picked up the wrong Marquis de Sade book as there is nothing in this volume that approaches the erotic or sadomasochistic The volume is muchgothic in nature, and not quality gothic at that The writing didn t impress me at all Reading French Feminists recently andspecifically their critiques of Sade and R age motivated me to pick up this slim volume to better ground their criticism against the mistreatment of women and the fetishization of that mistreatment However, I must have picked up the wrong Marquis de Sade book as there is nothing in this volume that approaches the erotic or sadomasochistic The volume is muchgothic in nature, and not quality gothic at that The writing didn t impress me at all but this could be a byproduct of the translation, not Sade s original prose Instead this work has a moralist quality to it Think Romeo and Juliet, except the tragic nature is slightly darker It s not the worst book I ve read But I feel that my life hasn t changed at all from reading it


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