Guy De Massillon

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But without those dives in the mind of the novel character peep would be poor and not as entertaining as it turned out. Amena despite having more than three hundred pages in small print and tightened own editions of the 60s, where it appears the content was more important than looks at least as regards the book as object. If you publish this book today with the usual type 12 point three hundred pages would double. Following the tour, puts the character in the constant pursuit of pleasure reaching the limits of it and cruelty, there’s the concept of a title or position. Interned as a child in an Institute of obsessions begin the march of domination and control, a youth without limits, a mature and aging searches made it back to the category of ordinary people .

But this criticism would not be complete without mention that it has a historical weight more than literary, there is a visible concern of the author to place his character not as an isolated genius but as a product of his time, many other events corroborate the authority of Guy De Massillon about it, is that Sade was a contemporary of a time unique in world history and that affects our date of one or the other way. Sade is described with its excesses permitted by their wealth and noble birth (well not much has changed, only the ruling class what were bourgeois and nobles are now politicians and businessmen) from the time of Louis XVI where sensuality and sexuality was the distraction of the time and the Marquis describes and props in his writings a philosophy of true morality to their peers.