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. Guido Crepax illustrates The Story of O (edited from the comic book ‘Story of O’ first published in Italy) More information at The Story of O [Pauline Reage, Guido Crepax] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The classic is back! Pauline Reage’s classic of submission.

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It doesn’t translate well. It is overrated, silly, and inhumane. It is disturbing and confusing.

Bisogna perderci tempo, bis L’ho divorato in 40 minuti. Aug 24, Chelsea Locke rated it it was amazing. The art wasn’t bad, but it certainly wasn’t a style that I can fully appreciate. It helps to know that the book was apparently written by a woman who wrote BDSM type stories for her boyfriend who wanted such a relationship with her. I’ve read quite a few erotic novels, but I can’t say I ever would have picked this one up if it weren’t for the Vaginal Fantasy book club.

One of the few occasions that I haven’t completed a read. Open Preview See a Problem? Besides being degrading, it sets a bad standard for women and views as objects far away from pleasure.


Michelle rated it really liked it Jun 09, Fabiola rated it it was amazing Apr 26, It’s an erotic novel about a Parisian woman on her journey as a slave. No trivia or quizzes yet. Pauline Reage’s classic of submission and bondage shocked the world when it came out in the fifties.

Illustrated s bdsm with mild torture scenes. I can see why it was banned, as it has highly questionable sgory I just don’t care after a while. Someone suggested I peruse this book, but I did not find it to my liking.

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Two adaptations of erotic characters into comic strip form. Feb 10, Meghan rated it did not like it Shelves: I think the author anticipated that not everyone would understand this, and that’s why we get the character Anne-Marie. Regina Tran rated it liked it Apr 22, In the first two chapters I was actually feeling sorry for her but upon realizing that she is doing this by her own free will, I thought “to hell with it”.

Just od moment while we sign sfory in to your Goodreads account. She, however, was not interested and wrote about the subject for him, instead, maybe as a means of compensation for not complying with his desires.

The Story of O: A Graphic Novel

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It’s not my flavor of erotica, but I appreciated the level of explanation. Pages are blocked into just one paragraph. I found it disturbing. View all 18 comments. Brian Mathieu rated it really liked it Oct 06, However, with the BDSM dynamic thrown in, there’s something larger unfolding that’s only hinted at in those last couple of paragraphs that tell you what happens in the suppressed chapters.

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Nancy Vautour-darnell rated it really liked it Apr 20, stofy Those who enjoy a literary style and are ok with erotica. Jan 08, Ruth Coleman rated it really liked it. Jun 27, Lusiazakarian added it. It was a page-turner, exploring Storg transformation and how she found power in her submission. Oct 16, kelly Underdown rated it did not like crepaz. Oct 05, Vitri Mayastuti added it. This explains alot when it comes to assessing how the novel was written.

Justine and the Story of O by Guido Crepax

I may have missed something by finishing about halfway though, but I doubt it. I need to read another book before the year ends. Out of print for some years, it is now brought back in a beautiful, library-worthy omnibus edition with gold stamped jacket and cloth.

Book ratings by Goodreads. Maybe I haven’t reached the explanation part, but so far Yes, many if not all of these things really happen. Lists with This Book.