Story of the eye Hardcover – 1977
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The story of the eye offers to both camps: those that want to have a quick mesmerising read and those who are interested in understanding a modern continental perspective on a philosophy of art.
I was a little repulsed by this book; the amount of urine that is passed during the sexual encounters was not only difficult to read about but was terribly misogynistic. It's animalistic, and Simone has a penchant for eggs; there are a good few pages where Simone throws said eggs into the toilet and there her obsession grows to an obscene amount. The final scene is an aggressive orgy event; here we see the three kill a man and use his dead body as part of the proceedings. So yes, that's a thing.
Did I enjoy this? No? Am I glad I've read it, yes? (is that a weird thing to say?) I've never read something quite so out there and aggressive in nature. I'm not sure why it's been written other than the author to say - right I'm just going write whatever the hell I want and see what people say about it.Read more ›
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Bloody hell, guts, gore and more, in the most sexual way possible. Bataille must have been an early (somewhat confused) chronicler of female ejaculation. Utterly bizarre.Published 10 months ago by Lionel Roars
From what I remember, this is essentially a book about two people weeing on each other. Pretentious twaddle.Published 12 months ago by Lee Ainscough
I like my books to have a plot you can keep up with. This one seemed to lose its way by trying to be too deepPublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Where do you start. First its style of language does not read well, but in my ignorance I'll attribute that to it being a translation. Read morePublished on 16 July 2014 by RL Cloherty
Recommended to me but I did not rate this novel very much, so disappointed and very short. Not as good as I thought it would bePublished on 30 Nov. 2012 by valmh