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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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Lists with This Book. Aug 21, littlelaura rated it did not like it.

It doesn’t translate well. We have a woman who is effectively abducted, beaten and gang-raped, then passed on to someone else to use by her boyfriend. Return to Book Page. The story is authored by a woman, reputedly to titillate her own lover, and I started wondering whether she might have first hand knowledge of the Paris BDSM scene, or whether it was all the product of imagination; at the conclusion I was still wondering, because O’s story does border on incredible, particularly one scene where she consents to being branded with a hot iron.

The narrator completely drew me in to crepaax mind and emotions of “O”, as srory teIls the story from “O”s point of view. Apr 07, Stkry rated it did not like it.

Justine and the Story of O

Justine and the Story of O by Guido Crepax. Jun 23, Kristen rated it liked it. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Troy rated it really liked it Jan 11, Can one women truly have no value to what she is worth? Kuba rated it it was amazing Dec 10, There is no talk of her feelings or emotions during any of this.


This is not, by any means, what I want to finish the year with. Thank God I downloaded this as a pdf, it’s not even worth a penny.

The Story Of O

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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 i in the suppressed chapters.

But then I reminded myself that she really chose every bit of it.

Books by Guido Crepax. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Reading it is no less than a psychological rape.

Francesco Marchetti rated it really liked it Jun 22, View all 18 comments.

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The second part with “L’Histoire d’O”, this is also excellent but more sensuous and titillating than the first. She is passed around like property, given to other people, treated like an object not an object of desirebeaten, deformed, and branded. There’s not a page that goes by where someone’s not naked or engaging in a sexual act of some sort. Pco69 rated it really liked it Dec 11, Out of print for some years, it is now brought back in a beautiful, library-worthy omnibus edition with gold stamped jacket and cloth.


Sentences go on forever and do not read well. The great Italian erotic comics artist Crepax then adapted it into comics in the mid seventies. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of She became a masochist with attitude, which was a neat twist, and very enlightening.

Justine and the Story of O by Guido Crepax

Trivia About Justine and the S I would give it 5 stars but at times I did stumble with the prose; this I think may be a translation issue because the writing is quite beautiful. For me, it will always hold a special place. Want to Read saving…. At first it is hard to accept that any creppax would consent to such abuse and subjugation, and I was waiting for the turning point where O comes to her senses and realises she is being used like a whore by a pimp. This is not to say that I am attacking the entire erotic literary business and all, I am a big fan of Anais Nin and have thoroughly enjoyed her books, however The Story of O is pathetic, abusive, and not the least bit entertaining.

I didn’t find this sexy. I don’t think I’ll be disappointed though.