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Juliette is to Justine what Ada is to Lolita: I julietz say it much better than another reviewer more famous than me. If Sade is a religion, this is its bible.
And if you liked Justine, you may be sorry to hear she has a cameo in Juliette. Sade the philosopher is in force, and his treatises – like his other novels delivered by key characters – are interspersed with the sex and violence one expect Juliette is to Justine what Ada is to Lolita: Sade the philosopher is in force, and his treatises – like his other novels delivered by key characters – are interspersed with the sex and violence one expects.
I recommend a brief familiarity with his biography and political beliefs, and probably reading his Philosophy in the Bedroom, before reading Juliette. Otherwise Sade can appear to be a mass of contradictions. He respects the state and the institution of democracy yet rejects law.
His characters expound on their superiority over other living things yet he writes brilliantly on the equality of animals and humans. In any case Juliette is a masterpiece of fiction with many concurrent undertones.
Juliette is a feminist far before her time, a heroine and anti-heroine, a victim-turned-predator who rejects conventional sex roles and relationships and perhaps one of literature’s first unrepentant bisexuals. There will always be a question of whether Sade is pornographic, but there can never be a question of his value to literature. 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.
This is the Sadeian novel at its most perfected. It is the Don Quixote of Sade’s novels, in other words. Now, with that stated, I would like to address some complaints I’ve seen other members mention in regards to this book.
Well, it wasn’t to me. Sade has never bored me. Some readers might, of course be bored to te 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. Some readers might, of course be bored to tears by this huge novel but I don’t think that a book particularly Sade’s novels is by nature boring.
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Lirbo all depends on whether or not the reader found the subject matter and general tone of the novel interesting. Therefore, it is the reader who makes a text ‘boring’ not the text alone.
And I, as a reader, did not find any of this book’s contents to be boring. Sade’s texts by their very nature are repetitive. Most of the scenes follow a particular schematic: Now, whereas many readers might suggest that each discourse is merely a repetition of the others, I found each discourse to build upon the last in much the same way that the orgies do.
Lkbro orgies and discourses go a step szde each time until, finally, all hell breaks loose and the discourse becomes loftier in order to justify more grotesque horrors. Is it “disgusting, depraved, or evil”?
I won’t respond to this claim because whoever comes to this conclusion is either, first of all, acting shocked in marqurs to make themselves appear more innocent or, second of all, reading a copy that doesn’t mention the author’s name or any summary of the text on the cover because, after all, people expecting light-hearted romantic romps don’t pick up books by Sade. Now, since I’m not qualified to go into a literary criticism of this work, I would suggest reading “Sade: Power and Parody in Sade” covers Juliette exclusively.
An absolutely stunning work. Maybe I’m weird but I was very satisfied with its tremendous length and, even after pages, was sad to see it end.
This Grove Press edition is the larger “Juliette” portion of the infamous sase New Justine, and Her Sister Juliette,” referred to by those dr should know as the lengthiest work of written pornography ever published.
The “cut and paste” nature of this book isn’t referred to in the introduction and consequently some abrupt and discontinuous changes in the narrative “clocking in” at just around pages, Juliette is a truly unique read for the intellectually adventurous and strong of heart.
The “cut and paste” nature of this book isn’t referred to in the introduction and consequently some abrupt and 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.
But story isn’t as important here as scenes, graphic, explicit, mind-blowing, though often described only to a skeletal extent, in a ds befitting pornography, albeit imaginative and disturbing pornography. Also scenes of long philosophical, atheistic, materialist sermons, many quite fascinating, if a bit repetitive.
I like that with this book we get a glimpse of what a finished Days of Sodom or an unburned Days of Florbelle, or Nature Unveiled might have read like. I juljeta go on for quite a bit concerning my thoughts and opinions about this amazing book, but I don’t have the patience at the moment. 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. A word of warning: This goes for everyone from the religious, to feminists, to those who advocate for children and animals, to those against save, cannibalism, and necrophilia.
In many ways this is Sade’s magnum opus. From a marqhes standpoint it is much better than the bulk of his work, and from a philosophical standpoint it is the culmination of his belief system though just as polemic as the rest. It also contains more actual eroticism than his other works, which tend to be mere torture porn. Juliette has actual relationships and is not invulnerable to the nagging humanity that plagues all classic villains.
She can be swayed by her emotion, and while evil, is not In many ways this is Sade’s magnum opus. She can be swayed by her emotion, and while evil, is not the most libertine of libertines. Not necessarily for the novice, but very important for the adept.
Possibly Sade’s best book, closely followed by “Philosophy in the Bedroom”. While the sex scenes are not as crude as in the ” Days”, there’s still enough of Sade’s wonderful philosophy to keep the reader interested. And the sex scenes are enjoyable, since they are not that extreme.
Sade does an excellent job of describing human nature. The book makes any reader that still considers human nature to be, in essence, good, wake up and face reality. And while by any standard Sade’s charact Awesome!
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. The author also considers humanity’s place in kibro Universe. We are as unimportant to nature as flies are and it is best to remember that. In essence, killing a human being is no more a crime than killing a roach. Still, the book is written juliieta 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.
I do not consider that this is a moralistic book at its core. As in, look what happens if all moral rules are foresaken and pleasure is the only god.
Those who say so show, in my opinion, that they don’t understand Sade at all. Then again, Sade himself knew that not everybody would understand julirta books. I believe that this is one of the best critics to society that I’ve read. I did’t particularly like the parts of abuse, shit eating, piss drinking and human flesh eating, and even after the first half I still got disgusted, and until the end I was disgusted. But the society is still as corrupt as it was back in Sade’ days.
All religions are discriminatory towards womans. The governments prefer their pleople ignorant as extremly obedient to their whishes. Powerfull and rich people always manage to ge I believe that this is one of the best critics to society that I’ve read. Powerfull and rich people always manage to get impune to their crimes. Women are still considered as an object in many places of ,ibro earth. I believe that the way to better criticize the society, was to make some eat shit and always be sodomized as a little lamb, or as a preverted crazy person.
He was brilliant, but sometimes so terrifying that it was ridiculous, and impossible to be true 30cm long and 20cm in diameter of pennis. This isn’t a book for everyone. I confess that in the begining I almost quit reading it, but now I’m glad I’ve read it, and will read more books from Sade.