Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom, and Other Writings - Book 4, Justine : Chapter 4, Conclusion Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Justine : Chapter 4, Conclusion Summary

The last message of the previous section is that events have caused such extensive wearing away at healthy well-protected boundaries that a protagonist asks, 'Perhaps the error is resistance itself'. There are Biblical remarks on this topic as well: that at times, people must not resist even evil, in order to preserve themselves from being hauled off to court or to prison by their public authorities. Here, readers begin the final session of the novel Justine.

Just after the adventure begins, the character is kidnapped. In this incident men are the culprits. This is often enough the case when men are the victims. Women and men have both fallen on both sides of that line during these novels. The guards and she get along well enough that they unbind her. They are friendly enough with her that...

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