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Gamiani Ou, Une Nuit D Exc S, Was The St Really Important Work To Come From The Th Century French Presses It S Still One Of The Most Erotically Explicit Works To Come From Any French Press Its Author Is Supposed To Have Been Alfred De Musset The Eponymous Heroine A Portrait Of His Lover, George Sand A Young Man Observes Her A Young Girl, Obligingly Named Fanny, Engaged In Their Lesbian Bed Having Watched Them Provoked By Their Gay Abandonment, He Reveals Himself, Joins Them They Spend The Night Alternately Sharing Their Intimate Histories Their Bodies In Orgies Of Almost Religious Intensity Unsurprisingly Religious, As The Stories They Tell Include The Rape Of One In A Monastery The Nearly Fatal Debauchment Of Another In A Convent, As Well As Encounters With A Number Of Animals A M Nagerie Trois, As It Were Their Night Of Excess Is Both Explicitly Aural Explicitly Oral, Ends In Countess Gamiani S Gasps I Am Dying In An Agony Of Pleasure, An Agony Of Suffering I Can T Stand It Any Simultaneously The Four Of Us Achieved The Most Wonderful Sensations, Climaxing Together Each Of Us Experiencing An Intense Orgasm What Ardent Enjoyment Of Taste To My Palate What Delicious, Intoxicating Overflow In My Entrails Can You Conceive These Excesses Just Think Of It To Suck In One S Mouth All Of A Man S Love Juice Strength, To Drink It Down Impatiently, To Swallow It In Waves Of Foam Both Warm Bitter, At The Same Time To Feel A Double Jet Of Flame Enter Your Body By Its Two Lower Orifices At Once It S A Triple Pleasure, Impossible To Describe Adequately


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  1. says:

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  2. says:

    I don t really know what to write about this It s like de Sade without the politics.Well written but ultimately soul less.


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    Gamiani is a somewhat Sadean quasi Gothic erotic novel of the 1830s which has been attributed, although not certainly, to Alfred De Musset and which even reached the hands of Edith Wharton no less.However, you would not know any of this from my Edition, a second hand copy of its inclusion in the Erotic Prints Society s Scarlet Library which has no introduction, notes or bibiliography.What that Edition does have is excellent erotic illustrations by Vania Zouravliov That is why I am happy to refer to it here while suggesting you find an edition with background information.As for the story, it is a tale of extreme and destructive erotic passion with the standard issue references to the depravities to be found in convents and amongst the clergy but it is rather well written.Assuming you do not have serious problems with disgust this is, after all, only an exercise in the imagination , the bulk of the book is a very erotic read indeed but it is definitely not for faint hearts.Away from its stimulating content which is likely to interest only a few , it does have some additional interest as a serious literary attempt at following De Sade but in the context of Romanticism.Though not perfect by any means, it succeeds in its aims and provides an insight into a mind set whose next full literary flowering, after a gap, would be in the Decadent Movement Consider it an experiment.


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    Savukeitaan eroottiset klassikot on hykerrytt v sarja, johon on ker tty maailmankirjallisuuden v hemm n tunnettuja hekuman huippuja.Musset n ja George Sandin myrskyis n ja tunnetun suhteen yhdist minen n ihin kahteen tarinaan on biografismin ilotulitusta, mutta menk t Itse nautin kirjasta kuitenkin k nt j n vaivann n, revittelev n ylti m isyyden ja seksuaalisuuden moninaisuuden vuoksi Turmeltuneet orgiat ja viittaukset antiikin sankareihin yhdistyv t rabelaismaiseen liioitteluun niin, ett p ei tahdo pysy kylm n.


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    Gamiani es una novela prohibida Cima del romanticismo y la perversi n, armon a perfecta de sensualidad, pasi n y sadismo Su escritura es casi un mito, se data la obra en 1833 y se atribuye su autor a al c lebre escritor franc s Alfred de Musett Varias leyendas se tejen en torno al origen de estas bellas y siniestras noches de placer Algunas de las m s conocidas se refieren a los amor os de Musett con George Sand, a la absenta y a las madrugadas de delicias carnales y literarias compartidas Se cuenta que Musett escribi la primera parte y Sand la segunda Tambi n se cuenta que Musett decidi escribir una obra pornogr fica y rom ntica, voluptuosa y sentimental, tierna y macabra, despu s de una acalorada discusi n sobre literatura er tica que pon a en tensi n los l mites del amor y la depravaci n en las actividades sexuales Musset, el infante maldito, se propuso demostrar que el amor m s grande es tambi n maravillosa lujuria, vicio supremo e invencible muerte.Gamiani es casi una obra teatral en dos actos o dos noches, con tres personajes inolvidables La condesa Gamiani, insaciable corrompida, hermosa degenerada, sacerdotisa de Safo, Diosa, zo fila, libertina, incansable buscadora del placer absoluto Fanny, ardiente capullo adolescente que descubre los desenfrenos m s abyectos de la carne y la fogosidad Y Alcides, voyeur y narrador de la historia, sus dotes imaginativos y descriptivos trasladan al lector a feroces org as demon acas en infiernos celestiales de goce visceral En la primera noche Gamiani seduce a Fanny, mientras Alcides se esconde en la habitaci n de la condesa Despu s de que Gamiani inicia a Fanny en los as de Lesbos, el voyeur se arroja sobre el cuerpo de las libidinosas para copular hasta la saciedad en un menage a trois memorable La delectaci n se eleva a lo sublime con la pl tica de ero g nesis, uno a uno, los participantes relatan sus primeras experiencias sexuales El trofeo se lo lleva Gamiani, al referir su iniciaci n en el sadomasoquismo y en el sexo colectivo en un convento de monjes, lo que determina su entrada en una clausura de monjas Gamiani es recibida por la madre superiora, con quien comparte lecho y desnudez, lecciones para el contacto de los dedos, los labios y la lengua La retorcida maestra le cuenta sus inicios en las travesuras genitales, cuando descubri en el orangut n al animal m s parecido al var n La perversa disc pula conoce la vida fruici n de las hermanas, que perpetran gloriosas org as en aposentos aromatizados y alfombrados, decorados con motivos sensuales e iluminados con luz tenue de colores sutiles, despu s de compartir banquetes con exquisitas viandas, espumoso vino y especias afrodisiacas El delirio llega al conf n de la inmundicia, cuando un asno penetra a la excitada condesa, que entusiasmada se ti e en choros de placer y de dolor La locura de Gamiani rebasa cualquier l mite, despu s de escapar del convento se entrega a los hombres de tres en tres Hasta finalmente encontrar el placer supremo, matar y morir en los brazos, en el orgasmo, en el gemido de la amada.Gamiani ejecuta su arrebatado y mal volo plan en la segunda noche Alcides, observando desde la estancia contigua, no puede impedir el asesinato y el suicidio de las queridas, de las n nfulas que lograron la simbiosis perfecta de amor y de muerte Los motivos de Musett son imaginativos y vibrantes, malignos y brillantes, delirantes y extasiados Si los acontecimientos son p rfidos, las motivaciones y la forma en que se detallan son nobles Esa es la maestr a de la obra, el contrapunto perfecto de ternuras e infamias Las p ginas destilan pasiones fulgurantes, esp ritus ardientes, vehementes pieles y salvajes deseos propios del coraz n humano En Musett, como en otros rom nticos, subyace la idea del cuerpo como el veh culo del placer, como la urgencia por el roce, por el tacto, por el contacto de otros seres calcinantes Aparece el temor de la soledad como enfermedad, del hast o y el aburrimiento de una vida sin goces sensuales Perviven los sentidos como mecanismos de encanto en la c pula, del embeleso del amor ilimitado, trascendente y absoluto Gamiani es un tratado sobre el amor El amor no es una persona o una pareja, es una actitud, una forma de relacionarse con las personas y los objetos Un modo de vida basado en el disfrute y la b squeda de placeres m s altos cada vez Amar es entregarse y ser entregado Amar es arrogarse sin miedo a unos brazos de fuego, besar hasta rasgar las bocas, acariciar hasta rasgu ar los muslos, besar hasta morder el cuello, penetrar hasta sangrar, correrse hasta morir Gamiani es un tratado de ese amor rom ntico al que sucumbieron Musett, Sand y toda una generaci n, que los convert an en espont neos esclavos del deseo y de la pasi n, que traslad los cauces de Venecia a las entrepiernas de los fervientes, y los separ abruptos, celosos, encaprichados Se cuenta que Musett desv o la senda el alcohol, el sexo y el desenfreno lo amargaron, avejentaron la creatividad y florecieron en lo vil Se fue pronto de este mundo, casi desconocido, despedido por menos de cincuenta personas en el entierro Musett maldito, am , vivi y escribi , con ese arrebato de los rom nticos, con esa fiebre que se desborda al mirar de cerca unos ojos tentadores, al respirar un aliento c mplice en la ma ana y sentir el p lpito interior antes de la uni n de los amantes.


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    T m oli H mment v En tied olivatko tietyt seikat k nn ksen syyt vai jo alkuper isess mutta ei t m ehk minua varten ollut My s en tajunnut kirjaa n in raa aksi.


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    Finito il finale stato il colpo di grazia, allora, non dico che i personaggi spregiudicati debbano vincere come in De Sade dove Justine muore e Juliette se la cava anche se commette molti errori e si associa a personaggi pi discutibili di lei, ma questo finale con la contessa Gamiani e Fanny che muoiono avvelenate, mi sembra ingiusto nei confronti del genere femminile, se ci deve essere una punizione allora la vorrei anche per Alcide, visto che dopo aver scoperto la sua amata a letto con un altra donna prima si stupito poi ha partecipato ai suoi giochi erotici d accordo che il connubio a e morte un topos della letteratura romantica, ma questo un racconto erotico, non un romanzo d a Per ora sinceramente una delusione riprende alcuni cliches del romanzo erotico del 700 come il convento dove i frati invece di pregare soltanto si dedicano anche ad orge con donne, pi o meno forzate o consenzienti, in questo caso la zia della protagonista che la porta in convento e le fa conoscere un tipo di sesso di gruppo, abbastanza violento per certi versi ricorda i conventi descritti da De Sade anche se l era prevalente l a tra donne, per es tra suore e ragazze che si trovavano in convento per studiare la protagonista del romanzo si definisce una tribade, un termine che non conoscevo e che pu essere considerato sinonimo di lesbica, anche se non del tutto, perch indicava nel 700 non tanto una donna, attratta solo dalla persone del suo stesso sesso, quanto una donna che riusciva a raggiungere il piacere solo facendo l a con un altra donna e visto che questo romanzo stato scritto molto probabilmente da De Musset o per una scommessa con alcuni amici o per vendicarsi della sua amante la scrittrice George Sand che si era lamentata delle sue scarse qualit a letto, molto probabile che la contessa Gamiani sia lei, che Fanny sia l attrice Marie Dorval che era bisessuale ed aveva avuto storie sia con donne sia con gli uomini e che Julie possa essere o la contessa Juliette De Sade che firmava i propri romanzi con il nome di Julie o l attrice Juliette Drouet che era stata una delle amanti di Marie e che poi diventer la compagna dello scrittore Victor Hugo insomma, si pu dire, che la realt era non violenta come questo romanzo, ma sicuramente altrettanto complessa e fatta di mutevoli intrecci amorosi.


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    Considered one of the truly great French writers of the nineteenth century, famed poet and novelist Alfred de Musset once decided as great French writers are wont to do to try his hand at erotic fiction The glorious result was Gamiani, a classic tale of sensual pleasure and sexual excess Reputedly inspired by the debauched history of Musset s former lover the irrepressible George Sand it is the classic erotic story of one man, two womenand two incomparable nights of uninhibited sexual adventure.What did I just read What an amazing piece of literature This was the first time I have ever read 19th Century French literature if it can be called that but it certainly won t be the last While the actual story was only 92 pages, it was certainly what you would say bang for your buck I think the only way this story could be described is pornography but it is written so very well that you don t actually realise until you have finished reading and take a breath Overly erotic for the duration, the tale encompasses two nights of passion between two women and a man and, during that time, they tell the stories of their first timesand so very much .This is definitely not the book for those who like their romance sweet and light, nor is it a story for those who are looking for the definitive French literature however, if you fall somewhere in between and have no problem with sexual depravity and graphic descriptions then you may very well enjoy this I know I did PaulARH


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    This is a short erotic fiction written in 1833 by Alfred de Musset the author died in 1957 never acknowledging it It is about a young man who is fascinated by a lesbian countess and watches her sex scenes with Fanny and ultimately joins in The two females then tell their stories De Sade style of debauchery and histories including most in robust forthright style this is adult porn really.The book is interesting for two reasons 1 supposedly Alfred fancied the female author and bi sexual George Sand Baroness Dudevant on whom the countess may be based And 2 it is very clever and literary in describing all the various sex acts.A quote We, who are scarcely than fantasies ourselves will o the wisps who exist in this world only as the most fugitive of dreams or nightmares, rather, in the troubled sleep of some lesser god A quick and easy read for 18.


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    While reading Gamiani, it definitely helps if you know a little about French authors Alfred de Musset and George Sand and their short affair Although the theme of this novella is not different from other books of its kind, this novella is very well written and certainly makes an interesting read.See also Foreign fiction translated into Dutch Flemish