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. The Story of O [Pauline Reage, Guido Crepax] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The classic is back! Pauline Reage’s classic of submission. This is the illustrated version of the classic story of submission, bondage, & discipline. Beautifully illustrated by the fantastic artist Guido Crepax, his black & white.
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Fascinating because of the insight into the protagonist named simply “O”, and titillating because the sex scenes were, well, titillating; graphic without being gross.
Illustrated s bdsm with mild torture scenes. Refresh and try again.
While the story was well written, it seems near unbelievable that an educated, beautiful woman would let herself be just an objectified sex slave being completely used by random men for the sake of the love of another man. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. The art wasn’t bad, but it certainly wasn’t a style that I can fully appreciate. This woman is preyed upon thinking if crepad submits to what her lover wants, he will never leave her.
The Story Of O
Feb 10, Meghan rated guiddo did not like it Shelves: The virtuous Justine, we are told through Guido’s illustrations, constantly faces adversity and could not escape a life of misfortunes, while the corrupted Juliette enjoys a life of luxury. The narrator completely drew me in to the mind and emotions of “O”, as she teIls the story from “O”s point of view.
Despite its erotic tone, it also brings out all kinds of emotions: Ultimately it was boring and I wouldn’t recommend it. A waste of time! There are no two stories that are the same. Having made up my mind about this book, as I plunged to it I found that I won’t be disappointed.
Sure, I get the concept of total submission, but there was never any respect given to O as a submissive.
It lets readers see that ghido not just one dynamic, but many. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Those who enjoy a literary style and are ok with erotica.
Justine and the Story of O by Guido Crepax
Troy rated it really liked it Jan 11, The idea of letting the mind go completely quiet seems While the story was well written, it seems near unbelievable that an educated, beautiful woman would let herself be just an objectified sex slave being completely used by random men for the sake of the love of another man. What I did like Firstly there’s the problem with substance being lost in translation. This explains alot when it comes to assessing how the crepad was written.
To ask other readers questions about Justine and the Story of Oplease sign up. Despite its erotic tone, it also brings out a I liked stogy book thus the 3 stars, duh.
I think the author anticipated that not everyone would understand this, and that’s why we get the character Anne-Marie. Books by Guido Crepax. Although there is plenty of sex I found very little of it sexy, which was kind of a letdown. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
The Story Of O. I just don’t care after a while. Trivia About The Story of O: Pco69 rated it really liked it Dec 11, Brian Mathieu rated it really liked it Oct 06, All she ever says is ‘I love you’ which is meaningless in this context. The first story, “Justine or the Misfortune of Virtue,” is written by the notorious Marques de Sade in The edition I read is not shown here. Refresh and try again. The Story of O got a lot of backlash from feminists who thought it glorified violence against women.
The mysterious author and various poor translations, the reactions to its release back in ! THAT much sex, to me, gets boring. Sep k, Sharon Walker rated it it was ok.