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The Lost PowerPoint Slides (Marquis de Sade Edition)

Marquis de SadeMarquis de Sade presents “My Earlier Years” (circa 1763) –> slide 2

  • educated by uncle, an Abbé
  • (he was later arrested in a brothel)
  • of course, went to Jesuit lycée myself
  • (all the best libertines are Jesuits).

Marquis de Sade presents “The Happy Times” (circa 1763-1777) –> slide 3

  • repeatedly abused servants (sexually, naturellement)
  • wife helped
  • went to Italy
  • escaped from the Fortress of Miolans
  • good times!

Jacque The Screw presents “Right Bastard” (circa 1778) –> (slide 3)

  • he was one of the prisoners at Vincennes dungeon
  • under death sentence for sodomy
  • tricked his way out of it
  • he kept pissing on my boots when I stood to close to his cell!

Citzen Sade presents “Literary Thoughts” (circa 1791) –> slide 2

  • Social order at the expense of liberty is hardly a bargain.
  • Now, pass me that riding crop.

Citizen Sade presents “Literary Thoughts” (circa 1793) –> slide 3

  • if you judge from notions expounded by theologians:
  • one must conclude that God created most men simply with a view to crowding hell
  • now where did I put that butter?

Sade presents “My Time in Charenton Asylum” (circa 1812) –> slide 6

  • the director here lets me put on my plays
  • and carry on with thirteen-year-old Madeleine Leclerc
  • he does not run a Euclidian prison but a clitian one.

Last will and testament of Sade (circa 1814) –> slide 1

  • imperious, choleric, irascible, extreme in everything
  • a dissolute imagination the like of which has never been seen
  • atheistic to the point of fanaticism
  • there you have me in a nutshell
  • oh, and the sodomy.

‘Inspired’ by: b-day of Marquis de Sade (June 2, 1740)

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