No. 16, The Society of the Friends of Crime (May 2009)

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Table of Contents 

  1.       Man Ray, Portrait imaginaire de D. A. F. Sade (1938)

  2.       Sade, ‘Statutes’, L’Histoire de Juliette (1797)

  3.       Masson, Justine de Sade (1928)

  4.       Bellmer, Pour Sade (1947)

  5.       Sade, ‘Oath’, L’Histoire de Juliette (1797)

  6.       Sade, ‘Instructions’, L’Histoire de Juliette (1797)

  7.       Masson, Justine de Sade (1928)

  8.       Note

The Society of the Friends of Crime sets itself up as a secret society in opposition to the social order of the State – in which, nevertheless, it continues to exist according to its own, stringent statutes and laws, which define and ensure the existence of a utopian, ideal world within the dystopian reality of the world beyond its borders.

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