TITLE:Sade And The Theater
I am into theater and after reading plays about Sade and seeing "Quills", I
am very interestead in Sade's plays he peformed while in the Insane Asylum.
Is there any books on the subject? Also I was wondering if any of his plays
are in eText or if there is a complete plays or anthology of his plays. Also
did Sade with the french revolutionist whose name I can't think of really
peform a play together like in Peter Wiese's play? Anyone who can help me,
please e-mail me. Thanks
TITLE:NO REGRETS PANDORA
Im liek NO REGRETS.Im folom japan.how are you？ im liek English,Health.
im liek volleyball.thats all for today. good-dye,panora.
If anyone has any idea where I can find a poster of man rays,portrait of the marquis de sade.PLEASE E-MAIL ME
If Sade were alive today...He would have a picnic with me!!! He would love me! i mean not in the way it sounds..He rolls around in His grave...i am His living disciple...one of them .Very few have gone where and as far as i have gone...very few are on my path
I am an academic and journalist writing a serious Psychoanalytical book on Human Sexuality and Scatology/Corophilia.The Marquis De Sade in 120 Days of Sodom said much on this subject.You have a superb web site on De Sade.Have you got any material or information on Scatology and De Sade oter than 120 Days of Sodom which I have.Please put this enquiry on your web site and help me to get more info on this particular area of my research.I live in Australia.Are there any Sade enthusiasts in Australia.
Nice and resourceful website... keep this work up, it's important! Please visit my website.
I am Velvet and I live in Mexico city, please Sade call me, my telephone number is 59740543, thank you.
TITLE:Letters for Sade
I wonder what the Marquis thought about witchcraft. Just a question.
Greetings to all de sade lovers,
I'm glad to see that I am not alone in my admiration of de sade and libertinism. The page is a treasure-house for all friends of freet-hought.
Love to all,
TITLE:my oh my
i deny you
i forget you
but my body...
it betrays me
it needs you
it needs the pain
it needs that plesaureable feeling from you
you guide me
you melt me
you are hated for my will
but what can i do
every drop of blood
is longing for you
for your pain
tell me a story
tell me right now
what do you want me to do
what do you want me to be
where do you want me to stay
forget this stupid world
the world belong to us
to our fantasies
did'nt you say that the imagination is the path to happiness?
i want to make you happy
i want to be your instrument
i dont want to be human anymore
i'd rather be your mistress
TITLE:SADE NO SIRVE!
LEI EL LIBRO DE SADE Y ME ABURRIO, LEI SU BIOGRAFIA Y ME PARECIO ABURRIDA, CREO QUE TODO ESTO ES UNA PERDIDA DE TIEMPO Y LOS QUE PIERDEN EL TIEMPO COJN ESTO SON TONTOS O GRAVEMENTE ENFERMOS. VIVA PROVIDA!
I am so happy that there are others out there who love Donatien as much as I do . I have been told about 10 years ago that I am Constance Quesnet from my past life and I am very honored to be so! Sade means alot to us all and I thought that I was the only one alive who felt pitty for him being imprisoned all those years .I just want to cry when I stop and think about it. Lets all send him peace and love and let him know he was and is not alone ..wherever he may be!
jE t'aime,Constance Quesnet
I believe the Marquis was highly underrated. I've found that many people desire pain as a form of pleasure but feel it is socially unacceptable, how unfortunate that people have to live that way. Love should have no boundries. If anyone has any ideas to share, pls e-mail me.
My Master. My Donatien. Thy words caress me, set me ablaze and boil my imagination. You turned vileness into beauty and, in my innocence, I worship you. See me and smile that I undergo that which you only dared write of, the darkest shores of love. I am your girl-child devotee.
Yo what's up... I'm looking for somewhere that I might be able to find extensive quotes from the Marquis...Everything that I have found so far I already have read... Did he write essays in the fashion of Neitzche's Geneology of morals or the Birth of tragedy or were all of his writings fiction? Or was fiction merely his medium to get his philosophies across? I would really like to be able to find anything that would make me more familiar with the Marquis....Thanx
DATE:Mon, 23 Aug 1999
Sade did what he wasn't suppost to do; and he loved it. His liberal writings and love of sex should be an insperation of us all.
DATE:Fri, 25 Jun 1999
I try in everything to have an openmind, and to celebrate individuality. I have come to admire our divine Marquis. True, much of what he did i might not find to my liking but because i live in a world where people walk around as clones of each other, individuality is not encouraged, this is why i embrace anyone who risks everything to be themself. i challenge all of you to find who you are and be that person, risking and enjoying the risk.
TITLE:The Hero of Sinners
NAME:Tracy (aka Nyghtshayde)
DATE:Wed, 17 Mar 1999
Yellow pages of novels go
unread for years.
A pen leads to prison
one rich man who does
not give a damn
what Society thinks.
Scandal excites gossip
but isolates the one
who provides the gossip
others thrive on.
Whispers of what was done
behind closed doors
leaked into the streets.
Sodomy�&amp;amp;amp;lt;P> Shh! Don稚 give away
the secrets of the rich.
Women and men in adultery
Marriages for show
Men taking men leads
to women bedding
with other men and women
to grant ecstasy.
Fellacio and cunnilingus�&amp;amp;amp;lt;P> forbidden words,
Performed for a price,
the price of a soul,
and drawingrooms�&amp;amp;amp;lt;P> Humiliation brings agony
and ecstasy; pain
becomes pleasure for
those who inflict
and are inflicted.
One man alone sits in
a dark prison cell, writing�&amp;amp;amp;lt;P> always writing with a grin.
The sun that once rose on
his youth, when he rose
to cause scandal to be made public,
slowly sets on him in old age.
But even in the night
of old age,
The Hero of Sinners smiles�&amp;amp;amp;lt;P> He liked the darkness, too.
--TLHM March 31, 1993
TITLE:Thunder and godsfuck
DATE:Tue, 9 Mar 1999
I am without peer in abomination, alone in my kind� oh yes, all powerful enough to have need of nobody, wise enough to find sufficiency in my solitude, to detest all mankind, to brave its censure, to jeer at itｴs attitude toward me; experienced enough, intelligent enogh to explore evry creed, to flout every religion, to send god to hell for the devils fucking; proud enough to abhor every goverment, to refuse every tie, to ignore every check, to consider myself over every ethical principle, I am happy in my little domain; in it I dispose of all a soverignｴs privileges, in it I enjoy all pleasures of despotism, I dread no man, and I live content; I have few visitors, indeed none unless in the course of my outings I encounter persons who, like you, strike me as philosophers enough to take part in my amusements awhile; such people only do I invite to my home, and I meet with few; thanks to my natural vigorouse nothing; and this is precisely in order to achieve the equilibrium that is the basis to her whole system.
TITLE:Response to the doubtful
DATE:Mon, 22 Feb 1999
I completely understand how so many poeple could hate such a man. But how many times do I have to say this, without experimenting, without wanting to answer the question why, there would be no reason to live. I am a college student who just finished writing a research paper on him and thank god my teacher is open-minded. He was not a "pervert", he was a man who was going against tradition. The 1700's was a time of rebellion against tradition, and the Marquis was not the only man who did these things. Without breaking tradition, soicety is at a standstill. Also, we will never understand the mystery of sexuality anyway for those who fear change. It is too big of a subject and our minds can only understand so much. Sexuality should be honored and praised, not scorned and laughed at. I can only guess why this subject will never be a comfortable one. Religion.
TITLE:De Sade De Self
DATE:Tue, 29 Dec 1998
De Sade has tempted us to taste the side of ourselves that we fear to desire.
Fear is a great pleasure of what we do not want to know.
Good site. got any new hot sadeian links. I thirst for more.
I want to know what it truely means to be Sadeian! Can anyone handle the challenge?
TITLE:Some Guesses on this misconstreued (Spelling?) freak...Whom we all love..
DATE:Tue, 1 Dec 1998
(For Pisshog)It is belived-- By some scholars-- that de Sade (Being a noble) Was displaying the French nobilities sexual fetishes. Being raised on this, he just wrote about it...Causing the nobility to go bonkers(With shame), and through him in an asylum because he was displaying the truth. Ah, who knows really! Was he a sexual madman? (Read Philosphy in the Bedroom... I would say so) Or someone letting out the evils of some of the French monastaries/People? (Justine, for instance) Tee hee, Who knows? :P
DATE:Thu, 08 Oct 1998
Had to post a little note in regards to a letter somewhere on this board that seemed to imply that the French Revolution was somehow a great tragedy. The storming of the Bastille had little to do with the notariety of particular residents, but rather because of the sheer numbers of poor countrymen that were imprisoned because of their debts. Further, people die in EVERY revolution and trying to shoulder the deaths of those who died during the Revolution on the shoulders of a man who had little to do with its inception is completely innane. In truth, i am so bogled by that previous post I can't even think clearly
DATE:Sat, 3 Oct 1998
I am doing a research paper on the reason's why the Marquis has caused so much contraversy. I am hoping that I could get positive and negative reactions to his works and legitamate reasons why his works should be banned. I am writing in the context of freedom of speech and that his works should be as accesable as any other. I hope that you will be able to assist me in this manner.
TITLE:Marquis de Sade
DATE:Mon, 28 Sep 1998
What kind of sick person could enjoy the life threatening torture of another humanbeing? Marquis de Sade had a wife an children but he lead his life with total disregaure for them. He was imprisioned for years, ingaged in affairs with whores, and preached this vile lifestyle to many people. His action of yelling down from the Bastille to the people on the street resulted in the Storming of the Bastille; the cause of the French Revolution. So, he practically caused the French Revolution which cost thousands of lives. This man is not to be reveared a proverbial god, but should rather be despised and thought of to be burning in hell for eternity. Who could admire such a person but the scum of the earth.
DATE:Tue, 08 Sep 1998
All of the Marquis de Sade's plays are now available in English.
The Madness of Misfortune
The Haunted Tower
The Self-Proclaimed Philosopher
Truth and Treason
Henriette and St. Clair
The Antique Dealers
Love Makes the Misanthrope
Festival of Friendship
The Wedding of the Century
The Marriage of the Arts
(Prefaces and Theatrical Essays)
Each play (and the Prefaces and Essays collection) is available directly from the translators for $5 each, ppd. on disk. Add $2 per play for paper copies. Add $1 for orders outside of the US. Checks accepted. Make them out to Ben Ohmart, and send to
Ben Ohmart P O Box 750 Boalsburg, PA 16827
TITLE:Aline et Valcour
NAME:Aline A Duriaud
DATE:Sat, 22 Aug 1998
I'm currently making a film loosely based on Sade's Aline et Valcour and, though I've read it in French, wonder if anyone knows where to get a copy of it in English, if at all possible. Thanks!
DATE:Fri, 14 Aug 1998
always-bleeding wound, always ascendent, never reach the top in our senses
DATE:Tue, 11 Aug 1998
I'm very sorry I'll never going to meet him.
He was such a great writer; a classy guy, with a shrewd intelligence, I'm sure.
?Can pain become a pleasureable thing?
?Can pleasure become painful?
Poor closed-minded people.
They'll never feel the exquisite frontiers between pain and pleasure.
They'll never experience the born of all nature's sensations...
DATE:Tue, 11 Aug 1998
This is the clasiest and the most interesting page I ever seen in the Internet.
Simply, its the best for the people who are interested in the marquis.
TITLE:la nouvelle justine
DATE:Sat, 8 Aug 1998
I can feel the sweet pain from you...
I can feel this burning desire burning
in every pervert cell of my body,
So take me,
because this vain heart is waiting for you,
for the sensations that make me feel alive,
and makes you feel like my only master...
I am your addcited mistress.
This is only adream.
But the reality crashes aganinst my mind,
and I still can feel your touch,
your breath... that sweet pain.
DATE:Thu, 6 Aug 1998
Well, I think that some physical pain can be so exquisite, that can be classified like pleasureable.
That not means that I am a pervert and depraved.
the marquis get all my attention now.
His life, his manner of thinking, his quotes, his books, his chronology...
I'm sure he got a very high IQ. And a big imagination.
Once he was in love with Laure de Lauris,but he was forced to marry lady de Montreuil, for money...
The question is:
Would he be the kind of man he was if he'd marry the lady he was in love with?
What do you think Zappie?
I don't get your question exactly. If de Sade got married with de Lauris and not Rene, he wouldn't have met Madame de Montreuil who had put de Sade into prison. In that point, he may not have become such a great writer, because he aspired to the literary in prison. But on the other hand I'm sure that he still had continued to be the libertine, no matter whom he got married with, because of his nature.(Zappie)
DATE:Thu, 6 Aug 1998
on the chat, all i saw was japanese, would love to chat on this subject. I am highly interested in this matter. And I am inspired by the things that intrigue others, the faults in reality. I plan to obtain his work and see what everyone is so interested in. I am tempted to explore this in writting to write thoughts and fantasies that would be banned in today's times. this could be fun.
DATE:Fri, 31 Jul 1998
My flesh craves you to contain me.
I caress the bruises of last night's tryst,
your cruel and loving fingerprints.
Each blue mark my sign, each blue kiss an antidote to my loneliness.
The traces of our pleasures darken
at first light. All day, these epigrams
of whip and bite will pulse invisibly
beneath my clothes, quiet tributes
to our erotic dialogues.
The ancient gods played like this,
unashamed of their obsessions,
heroic in their capacity for pain,
primal in their delights,
bruising what they loved for pleasure.
Tonight we'll lose ourselves again
in high-intensity games.
Rapacious master and charming slave,
You will bend me to your will and I will submit.
I would beg for the marks of your ownership de Sade.
TITLE:phil in bed
DATE:Wed, 22 Jul 1998
"Philosophy in the Bedroom" seems of interest to me; however, the innocent virgin Eugenie ought to blush more and put up a tiny, coy battle of refusals and turnings away. She must, in her frail way, be appalled, but, yet a child, and morality still wet paint upon her, not yet dried into a more permanent condition, not so appalled that a deft seduction might not with a small effort win her gradually and then totally over into the corrupted state. I would not see rape done. I would not witness total compliance. I would not have her objections be great enough for her to be passionate enough in them to raise her voice. "No," she should say, "I would rather not. This is incorrect, inappropriate." But she is not so adamant that she will not listen to reason or be persuaded by insistent *gentle* caresses. "Does this not feel good, pretty one?" "Well, yes, it is not unpleasant. But it is wrong." "My dear, if it pleases, how can it be *wrong*?" And thus, the very wrongness becomes a fetish. "Does it not feel good, my angel?" "Oh, yes. It feels wonderful!" "Ah," with mock disappointment, "but it is wrong." Perhaps she will come to think that doing wrong is an ecstasy.
But where is the victory, what is conquerred, where the fetish for the debaucher, if the debauchee at the outset fully cooperates? The cracker must be stiff and crisp which Dolmance puts in his soup. After being in the soup, the cracker becomes saturated with soup and becomes limp and soggy. Eugenie ought not be aware that this evening is to be an initiation into Venus' mysteries. The possibility of it may seduce her subliminally--the mystery, you see. No, the girl of fifteen must think they are going to be spending the time bee-keeping.
DATE:Thu, 16 Jul 1998
Saludos a quien corresponda, soy Marcela mi direccion por si quieren escribir es la siguiente:
Could anyone translate this for me?(Zappie)
TITLE:A Letter To The Marquis de Sade
DATE:Thu, 16 Jul 1998
Most Amiable friend:
Although i am a true admirer of both the breadth and depth of your works i find myself coming back to the same recuring dilemna when considering if the libertine philosophy you subscribe to can actually work in practice. You have written somewhere that it is neccesary for the true libertine to endure the most horific tortures in order that he may come to enjoy them, so that he will never fear retribution for his crimes. How can the one who enjoys punishment actually be punished/? I am in full agreement that if this feat could be accomplished a libertine philosophy could not be criticized. Please let me know, if you can, how is it that one comes to enjoy the insertion of a red hot prod into ones anus, or the dismemberment of ones limb, the removal of an eyeball, or the extraction of one's teeth. In theory this makes much sense, but i am of the oppinion that if enough pain is administered to an individual, ANYone will eventually shrink in horror at the sensations he is being dealt. True some have a higher threshold of pain than others, but everyone has one, whether it be ordinary or extreme. And things being this way noone is able to escape punishment if a punnisher is worthy of the task. I regret the centuries that seperate us, for i would challenge you to enjoy, or even endure, a single day under the influence of some of the gifted torturors.
DATE:Wed, 8 Jul 1998
I just cannot get enough. I am insatiable. He knew how to treat his women.
TITLE:The 120 Days of Sodom
DATE:Fri, 3 Jul 1998
Don't get me wrong, I love such things as Juliette and Philosophy in the Bedroom, but I'm a student of American Culture and Literature, and 120 applies so well and is so sexy to me as to what our people should face and embrace or challenge within themselves.
TITLE:principle of delicacy
DATE:Fri, 26 Jun 1998
the principle of delicacy is that of those who wish to live in a world of fantasy as opposed to the real
DATE:Thu, 25 Jun 1998
I have just recently discovered this site. After seeing a movie with only a clip of de Sade's work, I fell in love with him. Any information that can be given on the man, the sexual fantasies he fullfilled, etc. please email me asap! Thank you so much for your time, and this site. I'll be looking forward to hearing anything.
TITLE:De Sade, is much more than sex....
DATE:Fri, 5 Jun 1998
I just recently discovered this site, and must loudly proclaim my fondness of it. Contrary to any claim otherwise, de Sade was about much more than the sexual fantasies he used to illustrate his points; the man was truly brillant and deserves a better treatment than the vast majority of those using his name afford. Not to avoid his erotica, which his fans must surely appreciate, the man was much more than that, a philosopher expressing the highest ideals, and the eventual results of, individualism. He pulled no punches and made it quite clear that hedonism, in the age of Revolutionary France was no longer a vice; but a pleasure to exploit. Sheer genius by any meassure. Bear in mind that the United States and much of Western Europe, as well as parts of Asia, have unknowingly accepted many aspects of his philosophy. The world is our oyster, shall we not exploi!!t it in the name of our immediate gratification? Christian tradition nothwithstanding, weakeness has never been a virtue and will never be one.
DATE:Mon, 13 Apr 1998
ah stacy the touch is in the mind and from there it goes anywhere you desire
TITLE:Title? Do I _look_ like a book?
DATE:Mon, 13 Apr 1998
Okay, who started the fan club, and _why_ wasn't I informed? ;) Seriously, groovy page. Or I assume it is. I haven't finished looking it over yet.
Gets a little too far into the legend as opposed to the reality of de Sade, but...No sense in nitpicking. Cheers!
DATE:Mon, 23 Mar 1998
Where can I get Lusts of the Libertines - I can't find it anywhere?
TITLE:SHE IS THE BEST
DATE:Sat, 21 Mar 1998
HELLO EVERYONE SADE MUSIC IS THE BEST I LOVE HER MUSIC SHE HAS A STYLER LIKE NONE OTHER ITS LIKE U CAN FEEL HER PAIN AS IF IT IS YOUR OWN I LOVER TO DAETH S. HER MUSIC MAKES ME WANT TO LIVE MORE AND SEE MORE ABOUT LOVE AND LIFE. HER MUSIC HAS MADE ME CRY AND HURT , JUST AS MUCH AS MY OWN PAIN. I WISH SHE WOULD TOUR AGIAN BUT THAT IS NOT POSSIBLE, I KNOW I WILL NEVER GET THAT CHANCE BUT I LOVE HER AND HER MUSIC.
This is the most stupid mail I've received. I hope that anyone will not write me this kind of mail again.(Zappie)
DATE:Thu, 12 Mar 1998
This book have been the inspiration of Luis Buel, who is the most important cinematogapher of my country (M騙ico). He was born in Spain and then, traveled to M騙ico.
In his picture, called LA EDAD DE ORO, he made a scene based in el Marqu駸 de Sade, puttin Jesus as the most depraved person in the wold.
DATE:Thu, 26 Feb 1998
Most of the sex in Sade's works is exaggerated. I'm glad I read it, but the reality isn't there. Sorry, got to run and find my Justine so I can begin my work.
DATE:Sat, 04 Oct 1997
I enjoy Sadistic and perverted erotics.
Have a lot of variative material.
DATE:Mon, 08 Sep 1997
Do you agree with Lacan that de Sade's Philosophy in the Boudoir is the truth of Kant's radical ethics? Is its practice tenable today? How?
This kind of opinion is better put in the DISCUSSION BOARD, so that we could talk about it. I think in the field of philosophy, de Sade and Kant are very different. But it could be interesting to consider them together. I'm not the suitable for giving any opinions because I have not specially studied Kant before. But many of them who read this homepage are intelligent people enough to discuss this problem deeply and have fan.(Zappie)
DATE:Tue, 02 Sep 1997
I love this site. Too bad it's not in English.
Too bad you didn't say anything.(Zappie)
DATE:Sun, 31 Aug 1997
I like the way your site looks - but no english or even FRENCH!
Sorry. This site is written in mostly Japanese. I think there will be more information in English or in French later.
Now, let me ask some questions.
So, what makes you interested in the Marquis de Sade? How do you like him and his books? What do you think about his philosophy? Tell me your opinion by e-mail or the DISCUSSION BOARD.(Zappie)
DATE: Wed, 27 Aug 1997
Sorry - but i get nothing but letter-salad from my browser. Is it my fault or your's?
It's not your fault. But not mine either. It's nobody's fault, since no English speaker wanted to talk about Marquis de Sade in this homepage yet.(Zappie)
DATE: Tue, 15 Jul 1997
To the Marquis de Sade:
Please come and haunt me. I love you.
I would do anything to be flogged by
you. I am a 19 year old female longing
for your sweet punishment.
DATE:Mon, 17 Feb 1997
i got into your homepage and was very impressed by the systems...
you are amazing...
but what i was kind of dissapointed of is that it's all written in Japanese characters and i wasn't able to read it at all... i guess i have to use one of these computer which has japanese software installed to it..... well, i hope you make some different sections with only English language written....
by the way, you made a little grammertical mistake in the openning message....
check your English
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