Two adaptations of erotic characters into comic strip form. Guido Crepax visualises the stories of De Sade’s “Justine” and Pauline Reage’s “O” being initiated into. Guido Crepax illustrates The Story of O (edited from the comic book ‘Story of O’ first published in Italy) More information at The Story of O [Pauline Reage, Guido Crepax] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The classic is back! Pauline Reage’s classic of submission.
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Pco69 rated it really liked it Dec 11, Jun 23, Kristen rated it liked it. Protocols, levels of submission, who is in control? The mysterious author and various poor I’ve read quite a few erotic novels, but I can’t say I ever would have picked this one up if it weren’t for the Vaginal Fantasy book club. No trivia or quizzes yet. I can see why it was banned, as it has highly questionable content Out of print for some years, it is now brought back or a beautiful, library-worthy omnibus edition with gold stamped jacket and cloth.
Firstly there’s the problem with substance being lost in translation. Two adaptations of erotic characters into comic shory form.
Illustrated s bdsm with mild torture scenes. For those who are not familiar with this work, it is a story about 2 sisters, Justine and Juliette, and their trials and tribulations. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
I need to read another book before the year ends. The details didn’t do it for me. I had high expectations of this book given its long history, but I was ultimately very disappointed by the book.
It is disturbing and confusing. Looking for beautiful books? First and foremost if you’re reading this expecting fifty shades stay well away. Want to Read saving….
She is passed around like property, given to other people, treated like an object not an object of desirebeaten, deformed, and branded. Much more true to the subculture than Fifty Shades.
The Story Of O
In the first adaptation, we come across bondage, monks, soldiers, villainous sadistic creatures tormenting poor Justine. The Story Of O. Reading it is no less than a psychological rape.
I read the various introductions and prefaces in the edition I had which actually spoiled quite a bit of the book, but I am actually glad of that because it allowed me to prepare myself better for some of the more outrageous activities that were detailed. It’s just not that simple. She said that she was proud of her wantonness and enjoyed this treatment, but she was left scared and scarred in a time that women didn’t have the say that they do today.
Oct 16, Victoria Haf rated it really liked it Shelves: The art wasn’t bad, but it certainly wasn’t a style that I can fully appreciate. Brian Mathieu rated it really liked it Oct 06, Nancy Vautour-darnell rated it really liked it Apr 20, From French into English.
The Story of O: It was only 10 years later that they were published separately in “Return to the Chateau”.
BDSM power dynamics is my favorite subject to investigate in human sexuality studies. Want to Read saving…. Jan 08, Ruth Coleman rated it really liked it.
The Story Of O : Guido Crepax :
What I did like This explains alot when it comes to assessing how the novel was written. Having made up my mind about this book, as Ceepax plunged to it I found that I won’t be disappointed.
Jun 29, Ola Hreiche rated it did not like it. She’s enjoying it, of course, and the cartoons are crwpax delight. I didn’t find this sexy. Must be missing something – I thought this book was rubbish couldn’t wait to finish it! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
As-is, it seems a homage to criminal acts pornography–and that’s depressing and disturbing.
I found it disturbing. The woman is presented as an object throughout not as someone who is willingly participating. Open Preview See a Problem? Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Suna rated it really liked it Nov 01,