Blue of Noon
Marion Boyars, 2002 - 128 páginas
Set against the backdrop of Europe's slide into Fascism, this twentieth-century erotic classic takes the reader on a dark journey through the psyche of the pre-war French intelligentsia, torn between identification with the victims of history and the glamour of its victors. One of Bataille's overtly political works, it explores the ambiguity of sex as a subversive force, bringing violence, power and death together in a terrifying unity.
"Georges Bataille is one of the most important writers of the century"--Michel Foucault
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... told me that Lazare had arrived the night before . Confronted with Michel , and especially with his smiles , I maintained an air of indifference - even though the abruptness of the announcement was enough to have disconcerted me . I told ...
... told me how he felt : ' Let me explain why we shouldn't attack the prison . There's no point to it . If Lazare wants to take the prison by surprise , it's not because it's useful but because it suits her ideas . Lazare is revolted by ...
Georges Bataille. She told me , " That's where it hurts . I lie flat on my back with some ice . ' She spoke to me ... told me , “ The pain made me happy . ' No sooner had she spoken than the hands that had reached out for me pushed me ...
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