History Creator / MarquisDeSade

16th Feb '17 7:37:26 PM nombretomado
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* ''The 120 Days of Sodom'' (a.k.a. The School of Licentiousness) - One of Sade's most infamous works, about four corrupt libertine nobles (the Duc, the Bishop, The President, and the Durcet) who spend 120 sex-filled days. Written in secret while he was imprisoned in the Bastille in 1785, it was believed to have been [[MissingEpisode lost]] until it was discovered hidden in his cell over a hundred years later.

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* ''The 120 Days of Sodom'' ''Literature/The120DaysOfSodom'' (a.k.a. The School of Licentiousness) - One of Sade's most infamous works, about four corrupt libertine nobles (the Duc, the Bishop, The President, and the Durcet) who spend 120 sex-filled days. Written in secret while he was imprisoned in the Bastille in 1785, it was believed to have been [[MissingEpisode lost]] until it was discovered hidden in his cell over a hundred years later. Later made into an [[Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom infamous 1975 film]] by Creator/PierPaoloPasolini.
12th Feb '17 8:53:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''The 120 Days of Sodom'' (a.k.a. The School of Licentiousness) - One of Sade's most infamous works, about four corrupt libertine nobles (the Duc, the Bishop, The President, and the Durcet) who spend 120 sex-filled days. Written in secret while he was imprisoned in the Bastille in 1785, it was believed to have been LostForever until it was discovered hidden in his cell over a hundred years later.

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* ''The 120 Days of Sodom'' (a.k.a. The School of Licentiousness) - One of Sade's most infamous works, about four corrupt libertine nobles (the Duc, the Bishop, The President, and the Durcet) who spend 120 sex-filled days. Written in secret while he was imprisoned in the Bastille in 1785, it was believed to have been LostForever [[MissingEpisode lost]] until it was discovered hidden in his cell over a hundred years later.
3rd Jan '17 12:59:17 PM nombretomado
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7th Aug '16 5:04:34 PM nombretomado
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After the Revolution, Sade became a citizen and gained several official offices, and eventually stood in the National Convention representing the Far-Left, as his political writings supported a property-free {{Utopia}}. This put him at odds with nearly every other French Revolutionary, which still supported some degree of property and capitalism. He was appalled by the ReignOfTerror, during which he was imprisoned for a year and nearly executed, and his home in Lacoste was ransacked by an angry mob. Upon the death of MaximilienRobespierre, he was released along with others imprisoned. However, he was broke and had to sell his Lacoste castle.

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After the Revolution, Sade became a citizen and gained several official offices, and eventually stood in the National Convention representing the Far-Left, as his political writings supported a property-free {{Utopia}}. This put him at odds with nearly every other French Revolutionary, which still supported some degree of property and capitalism. He was appalled by the ReignOfTerror, during which he was imprisoned for a year and nearly executed, and his home in Lacoste was ransacked by an angry mob. Upon the death of MaximilienRobespierre, UsefulNotes/MaximilienRobespierre, he was released along with others imprisoned. However, he was broke and had to sell his Lacoste castle.
6th Sep '15 1:37:13 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Justine'' (a.k.a. The Misfortunes of Virtue) - Written in 1787-88 and published in 1791, this is one of the two novels (the other being ''Juliette'') that got Sade thrown in prison for the last thirteen years of his life by NapoleonBonaparte.

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* ''Justine'' (a.k.a. The Misfortunes of Virtue) - Written in 1787-88 and published in 1791, this is one of the two novels (the other being ''Juliette'') that got Sade thrown in prison for the last thirteen years of his life by NapoleonBonaparte.UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte.
23rd Feb '15 8:48:52 AM SeptimusHeap
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Sade's works gave rise to the word "sadism". He is a featured character in the play ''MaratSade'', as well as the main character of the movie ''{{Quills}}''.

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Sade's works gave rise to the word "sadism". He is a featured character in the play ''MaratSade'', ''Theatre/MaratSade'', as well as the main character of the movie ''{{Quills}}''.
''Film/{{Quills}}''.
6th Jun '13 8:57:35 PM Willbyr
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After the Revolution, Sade became a citizen and gained several official offices, and eventually stood in the National Convention representing the Far-Left his political writings supported a property-free {{Utopia}}. This put him at odds with nearly every other French Revolutionary, which still supported some degree of property and capitalism. He was appalled by the ReignOfTerror, during which he was imprisoned for a year and nearly executed; his home in Lacoste was ransacked by an angry mob. Upon the death of MaximilienRobespierre, he was released along with others imprisoned. However, he was broke and had to sell his Lacoste castle.

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After the Revolution, Sade became a citizen and gained several official offices, and eventually stood in the National Convention representing the Far-Left Far-Left, as his political writings supported a property-free {{Utopia}}. This put him at odds with nearly every other French Revolutionary, which still supported some degree of property and capitalism. He was appalled by the ReignOfTerror, during which he was imprisoned for a year and nearly executed; executed, and his home in Lacoste was ransacked by an angry mob. Upon the death of MaximilienRobespierre, he was released along with others imprisoned. However, he was broke and had to sell his Lacoste castle.
8th Nov '12 2:05:38 PM shimaspawn
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Donatien Alphonse François, the [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Marquis de Sade]], was an aristocrat and member of the [[DeadlyDecadentCourt Decadent court]] of Louis XV's France. Sade wrote crude descriptions of sexual intercourse and [[BrotherSisterIncest incest]]and was banned by religious powers from using a pen.

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Donatien Alphonse François, the [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Marquis de Sade]], was an aristocrat and member of the [[DeadlyDecadentCourt Decadent court]] of Louis XV's France. Sade wrote crude descriptions of sexual intercourse and [[BrotherSisterIncest incest]]and incest]], and was banned by religious powers from using a pen.
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