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The 120 Days of Sodom and Other Writings Chapter Summary & Analysis - The 120 Days of Sodom: Parts Two, Three and Four Summary

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The 120 Days of Sodom: Parts Two, Three and Four Summary

Parts Two, Three, and Four are unfinished drafts that were not fully completed by Sade. The consist of numbered lists of the passions he intends to have expanded by the remaining four narrators, along with brief passages outlining new and various possibilities of sexual activities between the friends and their captives. Augustine, one of the girl captives who is about 15 years old, becomes pregnant.

Part Two lists practices involving several people, especially groups that include family members such as a man defiling a mother and a daughter at the same time. Many of the practices involve coprophilia and desecration of religious objects and rites.

Part Three lists practices similar to those in Part Two, with more attention paid to torture that often maims or severely injures but does not kill the...

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