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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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. The narrator completely drew me in to the mind and emotions of “O”, as she teIls the story from “O”s point of view.

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Showing of 3 reviews. I think the author anticipated that not everyone would understand this, and that’s why we get the character Anne-Marie. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Carlos Mendez rated it liked it Mar 11, Share your thoughts with other customers.


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Sep 06, Lynne King rated storyy it was amazing Shelves: Coming from the 50’s this book seems pretty daring. It’s an erotic novel about a Parisian woman on her journey as a slave. Aug 02, Kristina rated it did not like it. Sep 06, Sharon Walker rated it it was ok.

Justine and the Story of O by Guido Crepax. 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. Jul 23, Emily DeLisle rated it liked it.

The Story Of O

The first story, “Justine or the Misfortune creppax Virtue,” is written by the notorious Marques de Sade in Tris rated it it was amazing May 03, Miquelet rated it it was amazing Oct 12, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Dec 20, Lauren Salerno added it. Jasper22 rated it it was amazing Jul 01, This explains alot when it comes to assessing how the novel was written. Guido Crepax’ graphic embodyment of the Reage novel ,styled on the image of actress Louise Brooksoutshines the movie starring Corrine Clery. I must be philosophical about it all though and enjoy The Story Of O.

I think the most fascinating part of this book is actually the history behind its publishing. Read more Read less.


Justine and the Story of O

Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Bisogna perderci tempo, bisogna rileggerlo, anche solo per gustarsi i vari piani narrativi. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. A very well written story about delightful submissive girl O and the people around her. It lets readers see that there’s not just one dynamic, but many. Jun 29, Ola Hreiche rated it did not like it.

Regina Tran rated it liked it Apr 22, Write a customer review. The blurb to crrpax book states it all: I also think all her characters have mental diseases. First and foremost if you’re reading this expecting fifty shades stay well away.

It was only 10 years later that they were published separately in “Return to the Chateau”. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

The Story of O: A Graphic Novel by Guido Crepax

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Jan 02, Lobus rated it really liked it. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. This woman is preyed upon thinking if she submits to what her lover wants, he will never leave her. Maybe I haven’t reached the explanation part, but so far

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