Historia de O

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Con inmenso orgullo acogemos finalmente en nuestra colecci?n el c?lebre libro de la a?n misteriosa Pauline R?age, Historia de O. Dif?cilmente en un siglo aparecen obras puntuales como ?sta, obras que son a la vez cristalizaci?n de un sentir que hasta entonces flotaba en el aire del tiempo y punto de referencia en el despertar de una sensibilidad todav?a imprecisa. Cuando el editor franc?s Jean-Jacques Pauvert public?, en 1954, Historia de O, este libro estall? como una bomba en el puritano mundo postb?lico, ...

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Con inmenso orgullo acogemos finalmente en nuestra colección el célebre libro de la aún misteriosa Pauline Réage, Historia de O. Difícilmente en un siglo aparecen obras puntuales como ésta, obras que son a la vez cristalización de un sentir que hasta entonces flotaba en el aire del tiempo y punto de referencia en el despertar de una sensibilidad todavía imprecisa. Cuando el editor francés Jean-Jacques Pauvert publicó, en 1954, Historia de O, este libro estalló como una bomba en el puritano mundo postbélico, causando escándalo y desconcierto. Pero lo que una mujer, Pauline Réage, expresaba de pronto con tan desgarradora y brutal belleza respondía, curiosamente, a lo que millones de lectores, hombres y mujeres, sentían sin osar siquiera formular en forma de deseo. No tardó mucho Historia de O en convertirse en el libro más traducido y leído en el mundo desde El pequeño principe de Saint-Exupéry. Hoy, treinta años después, esta obra maestra, consagrada ya «clásico del género», sigue siendo manual iniciático de jóvenes de todas las edades. Desde aquellos tiempos sórdidos en que se la leía en la penumbra, enfundada en papel de embalar o de cuaderno escolar, hasta hoy, todos y cada uno de nosotros, sus deudores, la hemos vivido a nuestro modo, al ritmo de nuestras necesidades y carencias, en la convivencia secreta con nuestros propios fantasmas y nuestras propias fantasías. Nadie ha permanecido indiferente a la estremecedora historia de O.

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  • ISBN-13: 9788472233379
  • Publisher: Tusquets Editores
  • Publication date: 12/28/1995
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 216

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