de Sade


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French soldier and writer whose descriptions of sexual perversion gave rise to the term 'sadism' (1740-1814)

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The Marquis de Sade, the most notorious inmate of Charenton Asylum, is the main character of the play Quills by Doug Wright that will be staged at Leventis Gallery in Nicosia by Alpha Square as of Friday.
En fin, la voluntad de Sade no se cumplira, ahora su principal obra es considerada Tesoro Nacional de Francia, si, no se cumplira su voluntad que escribio en su testamento y que tal vez no creia: "La fosa, una vez recubierta, habra de ser sembrada de encinas, para que, sembrado el terreno de la fosa como lo estuviera antes, desaparezcan las huellas de mi tumba, de la misma manera que me enorgullezco de que mi memoria desaparezca de la memoria de los hombres".
Era possivel identificar muito em comum entre as Unidades de Sade Familiar (USF) em Portugal e as Clinicas da Familia (CF) em implementacao no Rio de Janeiro.
While Casanova and the Marquis de Sade flaunted the sexual exploits that involved young children, Rousseau's shifting attitudes toward children and childhood reflected the problematic nature of "Paolina's innocence" in late eighteenth-century Europe.
Entre tanta descripcion minuciosa de cada acto sexual descabellado posible, era facil perder de vista que el blanco de Sade eran los falsos virtuosos.
Gerard Lheritier se enorgullece de haber anadido un nuevo capitulo a la extravagante epopeya del manuscrito de Las 120 jornadas de Sodoma del Marques de Sade, la obra mas radical y provocadora de toda la literatura francesa.
In "The Vogue of the Marquis de Sade," which appeared in the October 18,1952, edition of the New Yorker, Edmund Wilson praised the recent critical turn in Sade studies--away from "the bias of the Sade cult"--represented by works such as Simone de Beauvoir's 1951-52 essay, "Faut-il bruler Sade?
THIS ravishing biopic of the Marquis de Sade looks at his confinement to asylum residency in the early 1800s.
The Marquis de Sade as a key figure of enlightenment; how his crystal genius still speaks to today's world and its major problems.
He said the monster aspired to be like the anti-heroes he read in books, such as the Marquis de Sade.
Based on true events and characters, Marat/Sade is set in an asylum where the Marquis de Sade is incarcerated.
JASPER Britton will take the role of the Marquis de Sade in a new production of Peter Weiss's play Marat/Sade at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
Over a number of months, as they lived in Paris, Algarron - who was obsessed with the perverted works of the Marquis de Sade - coerced Labbe, 30, into showing her love for him by killing the child.
The venerable actress is known for a long resume of stage roles, most recently the West End Donmar Warehouse production of Madame de Sade, which opens this month.
Esas posibilidades semanticas, en cierta medida, coinciden con la imagen foucaultiana de la obra de Sade "reinando" en el limite entre el pensamiento clasico y el moderno (Foucault, "El deseo" 225-228).