“Well then,” I said in agitation, “if all this is inherent in you, give way to this trend of your nature. Nothing halfway. If you can’t be a true and loyal wife to me, be a demon.”
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Leopold von Sacher-Masoch January 27, 1836, Lemberg March 9, 1895, Lindheim, Frankfurt am Main was an Austrian writer renowned in his day for his descriptions of life, landscapes and customs of all regions that formed the Austro-Hungarian Empire . Nowadays his celebrity is due first of all to the scandal that accompanied the publication of some of his novels, in particular of the Venus of the furs, and to be the Masoch last name the inspirer of the word masochism, whose use to define certain sexual behaviors appears For the first time in sexual psychopathy (1886), by Krafft-Ebing, who gave him this name because of the peculiar hobbies of his characters.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
"Tread me underfoot!" I exclaimed, and flung myself face to the floor before her. "I hate all this play-acting," said Wanda impatiently. "Well, then maltreat me seriously." An uncanny pause. "Severin, I warn you for the last time," began Wanda. "If you love me, be cruel towards me," I pleaded with upraised eyes. "If I love you," repeated Wanda. "Very well!" She stepped back and looked at me with a sombre smile. "Be then my slave, and know what it means to be delivered into the hands of a woman." And at that moment she gave me a kick. "How do you like that, slave?"
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Book Description Omnium, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M3942378612