(2) Hell (l'enfer) library - so in major French libraries called premises, which kept forbidden, inaccessible bulk of readers of the book (about the same in the Soviet discourse called "special storage"). Garden Books and a half centuries, form an integral part of this "hell." (3) Jean Paulhan (1884-1968) - writer and literary critic, member of the French Academy (1963). He owns a well-known essay on Sade "Marquis de Sade and his accomplice," one of the provisions of which - "Justine - it himself Garden" - triggered in due time a stormy debate. "In a curious book Krebiyona" Letters of the Marquise de M. "- wrote Jean Paul - a gentle sense of jealousy, the need for love and related remorse, desire and coquetry recreated with great feeling, so earnestly that at no stage this narrative the reader can not really understand whether the Marquis and Count lovers. "Justine" is the antithesis [of such literature - MR]. Amorous Adventures of Justine - as diverse as it is involuntary - reproduced in great detail, but without any hint of the feelings - the desire, love, disgust, indifference - experienced heroine. In truth, it can only be guessed. But the Garden of them knows very well. He knows because Justine is the very garden. " (J. Paulhan The Marquis de Sade and His Accomplice - in:... The Marquis de Sade Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom and Other Writings, New York, Grove Press, 1965, p.35).
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