Marquis de Sade

Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de Sade, was a French aristocrat and writer who was notorious for his immoral lifestyle, and whose name provided the basis for the modern terms “sadism” and “sadist”. Among de Sade’s best known works are the erotic novels Justine, or Good Conduct Well Chastised, Juliette, or Vice Amply Rewarded, and The 120 Days of Sodom. Although an elected delegate to the National Convention during the French Revolution, de Sade was regularly incarcerated because of his lasciviousness, spending approximately 32 years in prison or in an insane asylum. He died in the asylum at Charenton in 1814. De Sade’s life is depicted in the 2000 film Quills starting Geoffrey Rush, Kate Winslet and Joaquin Phoenix.
years of life: 2 June 1740 2 December 1814


Anna Maksakovahas quoted8 months ago
At twenty-six, I should be sober and staid, and I'm still nothing but the most licentious of women...
Dušanhas quotedlast year
man only faithfully observed Nature’s promptings, he would never have fallen subject to modesty

Appeal to nature

Dušanhas quotedlast year
she was less plump

Interesting for beauty standards

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