By Pierre Klossowski
Jointly those novels contain the main attention-grabbing, obsessive, and erotic works of up to date Frech fiction. just like the works of Georges Bataille, and people of the Marquis de Sade prior to him, Klossowski's fiction explores the connections among the brain and the physique via a lens of sexuality. either one of those novels characteristic Octave, an aged cleric; his outstanding younger spouse Roberte; and their nephew, Antoine in a sequence of sexual occasions. yet Klossowski's books are approximately theology besides, and this merging of the sexual with the non secular makes this booklet essentially the most painstakingly baroque and highbrow novels of our time.
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Leaving aside their various interpretations, what was the one condition upon which they all agreed in regarding as fundamental to a conception of this union? A n t o in e The loss of the incommunicability proper to human nature. O ctave And, to begin with, what is incommunicability? A n t o in e The principle according to which the being of an in dividual cannot be attributed to several individuals, and which properly constitutes the person identical unto himself. O ctave W hat now is the privative function of the person?
W hile he fixes her hand which has just released the whip, the Inspectress thinks to move the other to the gauntlet fondling her breasts; thus to see them become the object of a separate intelligence, it seems to Roberte she is feeling them for the first time, never has she seen them so docile nor their nipples swell and harden so readily as in the hollow of the 52 PIERRE KLOSSOWSKI broad gauntlet which is massaging them. But as if still un willing to bow to the evidence, she tenses her hand anew and lifts it to have it seized at the wrist; and as he wishes to draw this hand to his mouth, that mouth Roberte dares neither dwell upon nor notice in the mirror any more than she dares look at herself there, keeping her eyes lowered she closes the captive hand; but so cunning are the bites applied to her neck that she unbends her fingers, spreads them, baring their soft underside and the base of her thumb to which he so skillfully puts his teeth that she is shaken from head to toe.
O ctave That argument looks sound to you; you fail to notice that instead of getting back of her unbelief you stop short of it. W ere it Roberte’s unbelief that creates the impossibility of establishing a relation between Roberte and the pure spirit, it would be futile to invoke the latter with a view to having him reveal the inactuality of Roberte which escapes us and which is nothing other than her essence. But if we are to hope to grasp her essence in this revelation of the pure spirit, we are obliged to suppose that, far from being at its origin, the unbelief merely follows from the impossibility founding it.