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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Coming from the 50’s this book seems pretty daring. Michelle rated it really liked it Jun 09, Despite its erotic tone, it also brings out all kinds of emotions: This book holds several foundations for the culture which it describes and, to keep away from the misconception that this book simply objectifies women or that O is a “weak” individual, it must be understood that in the real sub-culture men play the same roles as O does in this book and that O’s story is about some individuals’ need to tap into a part of their psyche that most of us simply do not possess.
So O, a passive pathetic excuse for a woman in love, submits herself to strangers as a token of love for Rene. It pains to think that some people actually enjoyed the book and tried to reflect some of the scenes on their sex lives. Oct 29, Fatin rated it did not like it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem?
I read the various introductions and prefaces in the edition I had which actually spoiled quite a bit of the book, but I am actually glad of that because it allowed me to prepare myself better for some of the more outrageous activities that were detailed.
Lists with This Book. Nov 11, Landjonker rated it it was amazing. Goodreads is the world’s largest site ceepax readers with over 50 million reviews.
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All she ever says is ‘I love you’ which is meaningless in this context. We have a woman who is effectively abducted, beaten and gang-raped, then passed on to someone else to use by her boyfriend. At first it is hard to accept that any woman would consent to such abuse and subjugation, and I was waiting for the turning point where O comes to her senses and realises she is being used like a whore by a pimp.
Guido Crepax visualises stor stories of De Sade’s “Justine” and Pauline Reage’s “O” being initiated into the worlds of submission, mistresses and masters.
Justine and the Story of O
Sprinkle in just enough to wet the appetite, not have all out gluttony. The mysterious author and various poor translations, the reactions to its release back in !
Bisogna perderci tempo, bis L’ho divorato in 40 minuti. The story of a beautiful Parisian fashion photographer who, out of love for her man, is willingly blindfolded, chained, whipped, branded, pierced, and taken by many men in all ways, O is one of the all-time great classics of erotic literature and Crepax’ adaptation stands equally as one the great classics of erotic comics.
Mari rated it liked it Nov 11, May 29, Paul rated it did not like it. Yes, many if not all of these things really happen.
I also found in my research on this book: Books by Guido Crepax.
This isn’t a story for “the weak of heart” it is explicit BDSM and the depths of depravity As-is, ccrepax seems a homage to criminal acts pornography–and that’s depressing and disturbing. Vivian Milano rated it it was amazing Apr 23, There is no talk of her feelings or emotions during any of this.
If you are weak, don’t ever try to put your nose here. I don’t think Reage understands the difference between love and obsession. Jun 08, Helen rated it liked it. Reading it is no less than a psychological rape.
Well I laid my hands on it and had to read it. It’s not my flavor stoey erotica, but I appreciated the level of explanation.