Donatien Alphonse, marquis de Sade

Standard Name: Sade, Donatien Alphonse,,, marquis de


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Friends, Associates Ouida
Aside from her mother, Ouida kept mainly male company. Her circle included (in addition to her publishers William Harrison Ainsworth and William Tinsley ) A. C. Swinburne , Richard Monckton Milnes (famed for his large...
Friends, Associates Algernon Charles Swinburne
In May 1861, he met Richard Monckton Milnes , who introduced him to the works of the marquis de Sade . Soon after this he met another important influence on his life, the explorer and...
Literary Setting Angela Carter
In his travels to promote the real, Desiderio is confronted with a circus, a tribe of river Indians, a Sade ian brothel containing automatons and androids, a society of centaurs, and finally the Gothic castle...
Author summary Angela Carter
AC was a prolific writer in many genres throughout the later twentieth century. Best known for her novels and short stories, she also wrote plays (for radio, screen and stage), poetry, children's stories, journal articles...
Textual Features Angela Carter
In The Sadeian WomanAC explores the nature of pornography as expressed in the novels of the marquis de Sade , arguing that he presents portraits of the actual status of women in society.
Contemporary Authors. Gale Research.
Textual Production Simone de Beauvoir
In 1948 SB published her travel book L'Amérique au jour le jour, based on a diary she had kept while travelling around the country in 1947. This appeared in English in 1952 as America...
Textual Production Angela Carter
AC 's first non-fiction book was The Sade ian Woman: An Exercise in Cultural History, a polemical exploration of pornography.
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons.
Peach, Linden. Angela Carter. St Martin’s Press.


1785: Donatien Alphonse François, marquis de Sade,...

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Donatien Alphonse François, marquis de Sade , composed in manuscript Les Cent vingt journées de Sodome, ou l'école du libertinage.


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