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What a waste of time
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I can defiantly see De Sade's philosophies alive in this work of fiction. The erotic atrocities depicted in the text would be very unpalatable if it were not for his clever use of language to soften these deeds; capturing the reader with his words making one actually forget that the vicious acts depicted are just that... The reader is sucked into this tale; and not just for the pity of the wretched misfortunes suffered by poor young Justine...
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What did you love best about Justine?
It is not a book that one grows to love. It is disheartening through and through.
Have you listened to any of Susan Penhaligon’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have not listened to her before.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
No justice for Justine.
Any additional comments?
This was mostly a political commentary. Deceit, corruption and lack of justice for the common person, only the corrupt and criminal make good, abuse of power and taking advantage of the weak run amuck. Not a very enlightening tale. And poor Justine never seemed to learn. Walking from one bad situation into another.
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