Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom, and Other Writings - Book 4, Justine : Chapter 2, Therese & Madame de Lorsange Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Justine : Chapter 2, Therese & Madame de Lorsange Summary

This is the first of the two novels that comes off as less pornographic. There is far more plot. While there do continue to be sexually explicit scenes they do not overwhelm the story. The author, as the translator has made the work appear in English, was quite an accomplished writer. The tale moves right along, keeping the reader quite entertained and engaged.

This portion of the text does not begin with any 'cut' from the preceding. By now, two women have discovered one another. Readers have the third person view and therefore they do know that the two are sisters. Now, both have had so much time apart and so many experiences that neither is even still using the name she was given. Both have fallen on so much strife...

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