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"The fourth approached me; It was the captain. 'Lovely Therese,' said he, 'I hope you will not deny me at least the pleasure of spending the night with you," (p.486). [Justine]

"Because, Therese, we have got you, and because the stronger is always the better reason," (p. 487). [Justine]

"Finally, I absolutely forbid that my body be opened upon any pretext whatsoever," (p. 157). [Marquis de Sade's Last Will & Testament]

"Done at Charenton-Saint-Maurice in a state of reason and good health this thirtieth day of January in the year one thousand eight hundred six. D.A.F. Sade," (p. 157) [final words of the Marquis' Last Will & Testament]

"Madame de Saint-Ange: A pretty bosom! -...A rose only now reaching full bloom," (p. 198) [Philosophy in the Bedroom]

"Eugenie: Great Heavens! You terrify me...What then would you do to me, Monsieur? / Dolmance, stammering, and kissing Eugenie on the mouth- Punishments...

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