So before i say that or write it i just want to make it absolutely clear that i enjoyed the intellectual side of it, not the raping side. Justine ou les malheurs d'une vertue persecutee. Or is he laughing at our naiivity, our inability to see through what could be considered a sophisticated piece of satire? It really is time that I confront de Sade.
Garance Marillier talks sexual awakening, cannibalism, and coming-of-age.
Details if other: This led to the arrest of its author and burning of the book by the order of Napoleon. Justine and Juliette, the daughters of a bankrupt widower banker, lived in a nunnery, where the abbess of the nunnery corrupted Juliette and attempted to corrupt Justine too but failed as Justine was of virtuous nature.