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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Marquis de Sade, vilified by respectable society from his own time through ours, apotheosized by Apollinaire as “the freest spirit tht has yet existed, ” wrote “The Days of Sodom” while imprisoned in the Bastille.
An exhaustive catalogue of sexual aberrations and the first systematic exploration — a hundred years before Krafft-Ebing and Freud — of the psychopatho The Marquis de Sade, vilified by respectable society from his own time through ours, apotheosized by Apollinaire as “the freest spirit tht has yet existed, ” wrote “The Days of Sodom” while imprisoned in the Bastille.
An exhaustive catalogue of sexual aberrations and the first systematic exploration — a hundred years before Krafft-Ebing and Freud — of the psychopathology of sex, it is considered Sade’s crowning achievement and the cornerstone of his thought.
Lost after the storming of the Bastille init was later retrieved but remained unpublished until Paperbackpages.
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Lists with This Book. Apr 20, Fabian rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is not one for everyone. Here are the ravings of a lunatic. Just a bunch of adjectives that contradict each other.
There is just sooo much detail upon detail that you know that in the 36 days it took the Marquis de Sade to concoct such a phantasmagoria of gore he rested not too much. This is marathon This is not one for everyone. The setup is this: They take young boys, young girls, their wives, four experienced whores and eight sodomites picked because of The acts of sex become acts of impassioned violence fecal matter, urine, blood, dismemberment, incest, torture devices all make full appearances!
Will the psychotic villains get away with it? Characters are interchangeable and the titular act is practiced everyday. There is wit and fantasy and some truly sadistic Like I said–this is not for everybody. This is true horror: That a man such as the Marquis actually existed and made lovers embrace each other in love or in terror You simply won’t find anything that comes anywhere near its df insanity and TRUE psychotic intelligence. View all 10 comments.
The Days of Sodom and Other Writings by Marquis de Sade
Jun 15, mark monday rated it did not like it Shelves: BOOK 1 yes i know that Mr. Donatien-Alphonse-Francois de Sade was all about the freedom of the spirit and the power of the mind to free itself from all fetters, and that those are the underlying themes of all of his works View all 20 comments.
Oct 11, K. Absolutely rated it did not like it Recommended to K. A long disgusting book. Granted that this is well-written and the author wrote this for patriotic reason, I still don’t like this book. Sade was an French aristocrat, revolutionary, writer and a libertine, i. This book, Days of Sodom and Other Writings is an erotic book with sodoei philosop A long disgusting book. This book, Days of Sodom and Other Writings is an erotic book with his philosophical musings and lots of disgusting sex, violence, bizarre sexual fantasies, murder, mutilations and blasphemy against Catholic religion.
Sade, being a self-declared popular libertine sodomeii a proponent of “extreme freedom”, puts in all those negative thoughts in this novel to despise the French people, take up their arms and revolt against their king.
This was during the French Revolution Writing was his way to fight for freedom. He was 45 years about my age now old, imprisoned in Bastille, when he wrote this. This time of his life was made into a movie, the period film starring Geoffrey Rush, Quill.
The 120 Days of Sodom and Other Writings
It is about these 4 extremely wealthy libertines middle-age men who troop into a far-flung medieval castle in rural France. They invited 4 aging female prostitutes with the intent of listening to their sexual experiences so they can get inspired to engage on similar sexual acts.
After each story, the four libertines put the those stories, fact or fantasies, into action with their victims that include their own daughters, good-looking virgin boys and girls aged fromugly women to provide contrast and men with big penises.
I have two older brothers. While I was reading this book, Brother 1 told me to stop. He said he Googled this and he said that the devil lurks inside books like this.
You will gain nothing from that book. Brother 2 told me to continue he has read and liked this book. He says that Sade was a freedom fighter.
It is like Mel Gibson shouting “Freeeeeedom! Obviously, I agree with Brother 2. I also agree what he wrote in his review: But I still don’t like this book. It is so disgusting and makes me want to puke every after 10 pages or so. It is the reason why it took me more than a month to finish this. In between, I had to read The Holy Bible and happy children’s books.
View all 23 comments. Dec 26, Jonfaith rated sodokei it was ok Shelves: Only one essential is missing from our happiness–pleasure through comparison, a pleasure which can only be born from the sight of the unhappy, and we see none of that breed here It’s at the sight of the man who isn’t enjoying what I have and who is suffering that I know the charm of being able to say: I am happier than he is. Wherever men are equal and differences do not exist, happiness will never exist.
Following such ill-found advice I am left unable to rate or compare Days of Sodom with Only one essential is missing from our happiness–pleasure through comparison, a pleasure which can a,e be born from the sight of the unhappy, and we see none of that breed here It’s at the sight of the man who isn’t enjoying what I have and who is suffering that I know the charm of being able to say: Following such ill-found advice I am left unable to rate or compare Days of Sodom with anything.
I support the publication of all ideas. That said, this is a vacuum, one absolutely bereft of pleasure or value. Sdoomei Moore notes, “the foam flecked pages that survive are admirable only for their balls-out daring.
There is a philosophical undercurrent at play but one obscured by the buggery, shit-eating and torture. As noted in the introduction, the novel was written on a scroll while Sade was imprisoned and presumed lost in the storming of the Bastille. The project is only a third completed, the remaining sections exist only as notes punctuated by horribly explicit accounts.
Based on the completed text, I think it fair to not shed any tears over the unwritten detail. View all 6 comments. Nov 19, Rachel rated it did not like it Shelves: This was not exactly new reading for me, but I just wrote an essay largely on it, hence the ‘date read’ above. I quote from Sade, albeit briefly. Quote is in italics, so you can skip it if you so choose. Sometimes I think of myself in opposition to Sade. This is too simple, of course. I can and have defended Sade on a sodomeii of occasions, in a variety of different contexts; I don’t think he should be censored, and in fact am quite glad that his works have been published an This was not exactly new reading for me, but I just wrote an essay largely on it, hence the ‘date read’ above.
I can and have defended Sade on a variety of occasions, in a variety of different contexts; I don’t think he should be censored, and in fact am quite glad that his works have been published and made accessible. As a person, I find him contemptible and not a little bit pathetic he was an aristocrat! He owned a castle! And he wasn’t intelligent or cautious enough to get away with his crimes? I read his books and know that he’s trying to shock me, and I would like to be able to dismiss him for that reason, as I do with Lautreamont, to tell him, with gentle malice, “You can’t shock me,” and close the book.
But, with Sade, I cannot do that. As I write this, the hot, early summer day breaks, crashes into a torrent of rain, and I remember the first time I read Days of Sodomas a very young teenager, with the door to my bedroom furtively closed. I took the reading of it as a serious task, an unpleasant but necessary obligation. It took some time to get through.
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Zzile made me cry. Sade stands against much of what I believe in. He stands against the gods, against humanity, and, most of all, against compassion. In his novels he sets up a dichotomy of libertine and victim, offering no other moral poles, nowhere else for the reader to identify.