Dolmancé  

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 This page Dolmancé is part of the Marquis de Sade series  Illustration: Portrait fantaisiste du marquis de Sade (1866) by H. Biberstein
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This page Dolmancé is part of the Marquis de Sade series
Illustration: Portrait fantaisiste du marquis de Sade (1866) by H. Biberstein

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Dolmancé is a homosexual fictional character in Marquis de Sade's novel Philosophy in the Bedroom variously interpreted by Christopher Lee and Jean-François Stévenin. It is also the title of a work[1] by Jean Lorrain published in the 1895 collection Sensations et souvenirs. The story is about sadism and "le vice anglais" as professed by such Englishmen as George Selwyn .

"Sadique, sadique, on croit avoir tout dit quand on a épinglé cette épithète au dos du premier maniaque... je veux dire du dernier maniaque venu... Parole d'honneur, c'est à hausser les épaules ou à se tordre ? Et, d'un coup de pouce étalant sur la table le jeu de cartes qu'il était en train de battre : - Les Anglais sont autrement forts que nous sur ce chapitre."--Dolmancé (Jean Lorrain)




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