Juliette An amazing sequence of imaginatively bizarre sexual adventures punctuated by philosophical and theological digression Mlle De Maupin Lolita Candy all pale beside Juliette Library Journal

  • Title: Juliette
  • Author: Marquis de Sade Austryn Wainhouse
  • ISBN: 9780802130853
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • An amazing sequence of imaginatively bizarre sexual adventures punctuated by philosophical and theological digression Mlle De Maupin, Lolita, Candy all pale beside Juliette Library Journal

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    1. I bought this book when I worked at Barnes & Noble and because when I was reshelving the book (found in the men's bathroomvomit) I flipped it open to a scene where nuns were introducing a 12 inch dildo to the virgin Juliette's vagina. I thought that was interesting enough to make me buy the book.Yes, I know De Sade was purposefully pushing the limits. yes, I know that De Sade was allegedly NOT insane (or was he? who else thinks about setting pubic hair on fire for fun or making a man fuck hi [...]

    2. Rarely do I write a review on a book I'm not finished with, but this warrants it, as I've taken a bit of heat for reading this in the first place.Firstly, this book is a tough read, due to the incredibly disturbing sexual violence. Before I hit 100 pages, I put it down, determined to never finish it. However, prevailed upon by Oscar Wilde ("“There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written, or badly written. That is all"), I decided to give The Marquis another go, a [...]

    3. I read about half of Juliette about 20 years ago. It's a long, repetitive book so please forgive me for abandoning it! Can I give four stars to a book that I abandoned? Four stars for a book that I've described as repetitive? Yes, I can's flawed but astonishing.Although I'm sure that there are people somewhere who would consider de Sade a lightweight, I'm also sure that 99.99% of the population would consider it pretty intense. For example I remember getting to the point where de Sade had concoc [...]

    4. Juliette is to Justine what Ada is to Lolita: there are shades of the greater, less widely read novel in the lesser but more culturally known work. I can't 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 [...]

    5. De Sade's immense novel of explicit debauchery. Just started it and already it's pretty sensational stuff. Lesbian nuns and dildos and cunt sucking and ass licking and spraying orgasmic juices all described just like that. Remember, this thing was written hundreds of years ago. Freewheeling, unapologetic hedonism. This is a massive 6-part novel; it's going to take a good long while to read this. The companion novel is the better-known, "Justine."You may not like the words I've used in this revie [...]

    6. holy shit. juliette what a woman i can't believe i got through all 1200 pages. rambling monologues on the philosophy of the libertine interspersed with some of the most disgusting torture sex imaginable. some brilliant quotes are buried amongst the madness.

    7. 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. Is it boring? Well, it wasn't to me. Sade has never bored me. Some readers might, of course be bored to te [...]

    8. Sex! Sex! Sex! Orgies! Rape! Sodomy! Murder! Death! Adultery! Homosexuality & hate for the Catholic Church written in the most disgustingly beautiful way. I had the pleasure & I do mean PLEASURE of reading this as an adult that can cogitate the meaning de Sade wished to express. This is very heavy, dense literature! Extremely philosophical, & definitely penetrating! One can't help but appreciate the author's writing or his views on authority which at the time happened to be the Catho [...]

    9. I started regretting not making more of a spectacle out of the commentary for this book; I had wanted to do more Dracula: the Un-Dead style commentary to alleviate my pain incurred from reading this thing and creating something chuckle worthy for posterity's sake. At first I thought this was due to laziness on my part, but upon further reflection, I think I have found the problem.Thee book is not only bad, it is repetitive in its badness.Honestly, there's not much to say beyond the following pat [...]

    10. If this was a better novel it would be one of the most notorious books ever written. Instead its author is notorious while his book is little-read.The Marquis de Sade demonstrated powers of characterization and narrative in some his other works, but "Juliette" is a 1200-page slab of pornographic fantasy with philosophic pretensions. Like most wank fodder it is insanely repetitive: Juliette meets someone who shares her exact tastes; this figure gives an endless lecture of self-justification dress [...]

    11. This book is a lot of things. It's a well-written and imaginative masterpiece of cold, brutal philosophy; it's a cornucopia of jaw-dropping, though ultimately numbing, horror; it's an encyclopedia of repetitive, boring sexual escapades (different sex, same sex, group sex, incest, beastiality, necrophilia, bum-stuffing, mard-munching, golden showers: pretty much all fetish bases covered)--in short, it's an experience that is not for the faint-hearted.There's a passion and a joy to all 1205 pages [...]

    12. I read/owned this book many years ago, and eventually sold the book to a used bookstore, because I could not see myself reading it for a second time. I confess that I only picked this de Sade book in particular (I was curious about de Sade anyway) because of the title character. Since my name is so awesome (har har), I gravitate toward characters who share it with me.I did like the book, and it did open my eyes to new things but damn, if this book is not disturbing. The sex is kinky every time, [...]

    13. "clocking in" at just around 1200 pages, Juliette is a truly unique read for the intellectually adventurous and strong of heart. This 1968 Grove Press edition is the larger "Juliette" portion of the infamous "The New Justine, and Her Sister Juliette," referred to by those who 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 [...]

    14. While deciding to read this book I was slightly apprehensive whether it would be solely filled with obscenities or it would legitimately transmit a different take on life and society's dogmas. So far, I have been pleasantly surprised.I have found Juliette to be an extensive reflection on the matter of religion, monogamy and other subjects of the sorts. Yes, it does have various explicit passages but those are purely a way of demonstrating the alternative mind of Marquis de Sade. Demonstratively, [...]

    15. In many ways this is Sade's magnum opus. From a literary 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 [...]

    16. Es interesante en cuanto a los temas que aborda y el descaro con que habla de temas que en nuestra sociedad son tabú. En cuanto al erotismo que describe es aceptable; sin embargo el sadismo, el crimen y de maltrato no son de mi agrado, para mi es mucho.Me intrigaba leer algo de este autor y resulta interesante su punto de vista sobre los temas abordados apesar de lo malvado y grotesco de algunas escenas.

    17. Awesome! Possibly Sade's best book, closely followed by "Philosophy in the Bedroom". While the sex scenes are not as crude as in the "120 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 [...]

    18. 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 [...]

    19. Disfruto mucho de los argumentos y filosofías del Marqués de Sade, se me hacen bastante interesantes, y este libro contiene bastante de ello.La historia me gustó y me atrapó bastante, hasta encontré chistoso y divertido el hecho de ser recompensado por ser malvado y ser castigado por ser bondadoso. Si llegó un punto en el que me asqueé y no quería seguir leyendo, pero quería saber que pasaba con Julieta. En conclusión, si es un libro chocante y repulsivo, pero ser capaz de escribir de [...]

    20. Man oh man, if I ever finish this book, I will be at least 400 years old (over 1200 pages!) SO far, gruesome sexual encounters. I love the way de Sade sets up ditribes and orations. Reminds me of Plato, but with narration and scene. I like the one theme that talking can go one forever or not, yet the truth is always, and secondly, the road of excess, mainly for the imagination, can lead to the palace of wisdom.

    21. A book that confirms there is nothing new under the sun. Vintage porn that would make a Playboy bunny blush. Interwoven throughout the debauchery are the aristocrat's assertions of sexual liberation and vehemence against the Catholic church. Interesting that this was on a suggested reading list for one of my history classes in college. Glad I only had that professor for one course.

    22. Good stuff you guys. I love The Marquis. He is so philosophical and filthy, it's like a magic little French leprechaun that needs to live under my bed so I can feed him cookies. The only problem I had with the copy I read was that it was only, like, 160 pages, and the regular copy is over 1200 pages. That pisses me off a bit.

    23. This book is gross in its over-the-top descriptions of monstrous sex. It's ridiculous, really, but I find it incredibly amusing because it's not meant to be taken seriously. The philosophy, however, is, and although it can sometimes get tedious, Sade has some good points on life worth discussing. A long read, and it could corrupt you, but it's a great ride worth trying out!

    24. Lo leí hace demasiado tiempo. Un libro un poco desquiciado, pero como leí hace poco sobre su autor el dolor y el placer son para el lo mismo. No va muy alejado de la realidad pues hay dolores placenteros, pero existe un limite.Aun así es un libro interesante.

    25. Muestra como la vida fácil y el aprovecharse de la gente te trae recompensas, sin embargo me cuesta trabajo creer que haya personas de ese tipo.

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