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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Sade is often seen as an author who wishes to convey a particular view of the world in his novels. It is well known that in life he passionately embraced a philosophy that was at once monist-materialist and libertine.

In Aline et Valcour no less than in Clarissa , these camps are prepared to fight to the death. But in each of these novels, too, the opposition is not a straightforward one, for it has a symbiotic aspect.

The libertines need the virtuous in order to achieve their goal of desecrating, and so symbolically defeating, the Christian view of the world. In brief, Aline et Valcour obeys a Richardsonian aesthetic in which each side is allowed to fight its cause without being definitively supported or undermined by the implied author. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Abramovici, J. Seth Eds. Brousteau, A. Delon, M.

Un mot avant la lettre. Diderot, D. Dieckmann, J. Varloot, et al. Paris: Hermann. Goulemot, J. Kozul, M. Mansar, H. Phillips, J. Sade: The libertine novels. London: Pluto Press. Richardson, S. Clarissa, or, the history of a young lady London: Penguin Books. Rustin, J. Sade, D. Aline et Valcour. Delon Ed. Paris: Gallimard. Aline et Valcour ou le roman philosophique La Nouvelle Justine.

Histoire de Juliette. Download references. Correspondence to James Fowler. Reprints and Permissions. Fowler, J. Neophilologus 95, 51—63 Download citation. Published : 29 April Issue Date : January Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract Sade is often seen as an author who wishes to convey a particular view of the world in his novels.

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