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by Emmanuelle Arsan

eBook Emmanuelle ePub
Author: Emmanuelle Arsan
Language: English
ISBN: 039417657X
ISBN13: 978-0394176574
Publisher: Grove Press : distributed by Random House; 1st Evergreen black cat ed edition (1973)
Pages: 221
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 232
Formats: doc lit lrf mobi
ePub file: 1754 kb
Fb2 file: 1278 kb

Emmanuelle Arsan is the pseudonym of Marayat and Louis Jacques Rollet-Andriane.

Emmanuelle Arsan is the pseudonym of Marayat and Louis Jacques Rollet-Andriane. Several more novels were published under the Emmanuelle Arsan moniker, including Emmanuelle II. Lowell Bair (translator) translated Madame Bovary, The Count of Monte Cristo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and The Phantom of the Opera, among many other novels.

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Marayat Rollet-Andriane, formerly Marayat Krasaesin (Thai: มารยาท กระแสสินธุ์) or her birthname Marayat Bibidh (Thai: มารยาท พิพิธ; RTGS: Marayat Phiphit; born 19 January 1932 – 12 June 2005).

Marayat Rollet-Andriane, formerly Marayat Krasaesin (Thai: มารยาท กระแสสินธุ์) or her birthname Marayat Bibidh (Thai: มารยาท พิพิธ; RTGS: Marayat Phiphit; born 19 January 1932 – 12 June 2005), known by the pen name Emmanuelle Arsan, was a French novelist of Thai origin, best known for the novel featuring the fictional character Emmanuelle, a woman who sets out on a voyage of sexual self-discovery under varying circumstances.

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Read Emmanuelle, by Emmanuelle Arsan online on Bookmate – This classic book of erotica is, alongside Story of O, the most famous French underground novel of the late twentieth century and a work o. This classic book of erotica is, alongside Story of O, the most famous French underground novel of the late twentieth century and a work of seductive literary merit. It begins with nineteen-year-old Emmanuelle’s flight from London to join her husband in Bangkok. On the airplane, she is seduced by the passenger seated next to her.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. A young woman discovers the boundless potential of her sexuality in this lyrical and graphic international bestselling classic novel of joyful eroticism (NPR).

Auridora
Beautifully written, classy, sexy and stimulating! So much has been written, through the years, about this book and its sequels, as well as "The Story of O", that I wish to mention here, what I find most interesting, is the back-story to its creation...I have read that Emmanuelle Arsan is the pen name of Marayat Bibidh and later known as Marayat Rollet-Andriane, born in Thailand. She was the wife of a French Diplomat, who could possibly be the actual writer of "Emmanuelle". In any case, the story is rumored to be somewhat autobiographical in nature. While no one knows for sure, with absolute certainty, it makes the reading of "Emmanuelle" that much more intriguing!
Otrytrerl
"Emmanuelle", "Emmanuelle 2" and "The Story of O" are, without a doubt, three of the most influential and artfully written erotic novels of the past century! Emmanuelle Arsan has taken "Emmanuelle" and evolved her into an archetype of female lust, which has been seeded and grown meticulously. More confident, assertive and eager to experience her continued sexual explorations, Emmanuelle has become the feminine embodiment of passive-aggressive sexuality in the best sense of the expression, both seeking "love" and willing to be the object of "love", she is becoming more comfortable with the dichotomies of the human sexual experience. Classic erotica at its best!
Kulwes
The first part of the book was intensely erotic, and the language used was simply beautiful. However, I can't help but agree with other reviewers that the second half was hard to get through. It didn't really seem to wrap anything up, and the 'philosophy' espoused in a condescending manner by one of the main characters seemed pretentious and too try-hard to me.
Elizabeth
The novel Emmanuelle is a little vapid, but fun to read after seeing the soft-core film that came out in 1975. Actually, that first film spawned 6 additional Emmanuelle films in the next 15 years. Imagine a hot-blooded young French girl, who's barely old to vote, coming to Bangkok to join her new husband, who works in the French embassy. All the players in this little story are quite libidinous. After arriving, Emmanuelle proceeds to meet 3-4 women, all of whom she falls in love with, and her husband wants to see her expand her sexual horizons and sleep with some male companions he introduces her to. And the story goes on. It's a quick read, a good page turner. I enjoyed it. Now I'd like to go back and try to find a couple more titles from the Emmanuelle film collection on DVD.
Alsanadar
I am familiar with the story and bought this to add to my collection. Fine erotic literature. Softer than "O" but still sensual.
snowball
Good book, taking me back to memories of the movie and book in the '70s.
Pettalo
This begins as an erotic story but becomes a dialog of philosophy about sex. It was well written but I lost interest.
Crepax has done a good job with this modern classic of erotic writing, keeping his promise of being "erotic but not vulgar." He stays lose to Arsan's original story, rendering it in his distinctive style of pen-drawings, delicate and based on lines rather than tones. The result is generally satisfying. It's a well-styled piece of adult story telling, but never quite finds whatever it is that makes a visual story truly memorable.

For one thing, Crepax's comic rendering suffers all the weaknesses of the original story, including a washed-out central character and some passages where French philosophy is injected like literary Novacaine. Then, the story displays Crepax's own manner (or flaws) as an illustrator. His signature style emphasizes line at the expense of volume and mass. His characters sometimes suffer oddly asymmetric features, a distortion with no apparent narrative purpose. Still, he renders figures with real passion, even the unusual figures such as Bea, and especially those figures in the throes of passion.

Crepax's Emmanuelle is far better drawn, in both pictures and words, than most 'adult' comics. It's truer to the book than Sylvie Kristal's movie. It's enjoyable in many ways, but I can give it only a lukewarm recommendation. Lots of erotica out there is at least as satisfying - maybe this will work for you, but maybe not.

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