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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I will give my review at a later date.
She, however, was not interested and wrote about the subject for him, instead, maybe as a means of compensation for not complying with his desires. The narrator completely drew me in to the mind and emotions of “O”, as she teIls the story from “O”s point of view.
It drove me that crazy.
The Story of O: I may have missed something by finishing about halfway though, but I doubt it. Jan 08, Ruth Coleman cgepax it really liked it. It is all action and no substance. Instead of being repetitive here, I recommend you read other the reviews explaining another important stuff re: The woman is presented as an object throughout not as someone who is willingly participating.
Being a woman herself, I don’t know crepxx the hell Anne Desclos was thinking as she wrote this. It’s an erotic novel about a Paris This is a banned book off my list of to read. She’s enjoying it, of course, and the cartoons are a delight.
In the first two chapters I was actually feeling sorry for her but upon realizing that ot is doing this by her own free will, I thought “to hell with it”. Want to Read saving…. But as the story unfolds we learn that however she was led into this life of depravity, O really does want to be subjugated and abused, and it gives her physical and emotional pleasure.
Joshua Topolsky rated it it was amazing Jan 21, I don’t know if I have to give credit for the narrative technique and the detailed description which both were too boring for my taste because I’m too overwhelmed by the character of O who devalues herself under the name of love.
I don’t think I’ll rate this book without reading the second book, to be honest. For most this book crosses a line but if you’re open minded and enjoy your erotica dark, you will enjoy the “edge play” in this novel.
The Story of O: A Graphic Novel by Guido Crepax
To harshly attack it. Maybe I haven’t reached the explanation part, but so far Atory by Guido Crepax. Sep 06, Lynne King rated it it was amazing Shelves: All she ever says is ‘I love you’ which stoey meaningless in this context. Hardcoverpages. Book ratings by Goodreads. Michelle rated it really liked it Jun 09, Something interesting and horrible that saves the book from being shallow pornography.
When one considers how little they actually know about those they deal with on a daily basis it begs the question, “how common are these types of alternative lifestyles? Books by Guido Crepax. Vrepax couldn’t of cared less about all the BDSM sexual scenes, too many and it gets boring. Trivia About Justine and the S Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.
This explains alot when it comes to assessing how the novel was written. I don’t think I’ll be disappointed though. Francesco Marchetti rated vrepax really liked it Jun 22, For those in the ‘lifestyle’ this is one of those books that has great meaning and is simply an integral part of its modern history where literature is concerned.
Justine and the Story of O
No, these things are not “perverted” or “grotesque”. Bisogna perderci tempo, bisogna rileggerlo, anche solo per gustarsi i vari piani narrativi.
creoax The author also offers an alternate ending, which some readers may prefer. Often I found myself thinking, you don’t have to take that! Return to Book Page. Chris Feldman rated it really liked it Aug 02, Troy rated it really liked it Jan 11, Some paragraphs I read were accompanied by a disgusted cringe on my eighteen year old face.
But then I reminded myself that she really chose every bit of it. It pains to think that some people actually enjoyed the book and tried to reflect some of the scenes on their sex lives. Lists with This Book.