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Author: Ritter von Leopold Sacher-Masoch. Translator: Fernanda Savage. Leopold von sacher-masoch. Translated from the German.
Author: Ritter von Leopold Sacher-Masoch. Of this book, intended for private circulation, only 1225 copies have been printed, and type afterward distributed. By. But the Almighty Lord hath struck him, and hath delivered him into the hands of a woman. -The Vulgate, Judith, xvi.
Leopold Von Sacher-Masoch's 'Venus In Furs', is interesting though eccentric, and .
Leopold Von Sacher-Masoch's 'Venus In Furs', is interesting though eccentric, and perverse though compelling. Besieged in wonder and suspense, the love affair between characters: Severin von Kusiemski and Wanda von Dunajew, becomes a roller coaster ride of desire and emotion. The obsessive fantasy to be enslaved and brutalized by the woman he loves becomes a cruel reality for poor old Severin. Considering that Sacher-Masoch's name ended up being a synonym for an entire branch of sexuality, I was disappointed to discover that Venus in Furs is not a story about a masochistic relationship (except in a more dysfunctional meaning of the word).
LEOPOLD VON SACHER-MASOCH was born in 1836 in Lemberg (today Lvov), in the province of Habsburg Galicia. His father was the police prefect of the city, and the family moved, within the Habsburg monarchy, to Prague in 1848 and to Graz in 1854. When Sacher-Masoch died in 1895, his works of fiction, and especially Venus in Furs, were already widely recognized as giving literary expression to a not uncommon, but previously little discussed, complex of romantic and sexual fantasies. LARRY WOLFF is professor of European history at Boston College.
Leopold Ritter von Sacher-Masoch (27 January 1836 – 9 March 1895) was an Austrian nobleman, writer and journalist, who gained renown for his romantic stories of Galician life. The term masochism is derived from his name, invented by his contemporary, the Austrian psychiatrist Richard von Krafft-Ebing. Masoch did not approve of this use of his name
Leopold Von Sacher-Masoch apparently drew from his own masochistic experience with Baroness Fanny Von Pistor. Venus in Furs undoubtedly ranks in the top ten books of the nineteenth-century for advancing new ideas about sexual practice
Leopold Von Sacher-Masoch apparently drew from his own masochistic experience with Baroness Fanny Von Pistor. He agreed to be her slave, and renounce all claim on his own life (she could even kill him if she wished), and this is reflected in Venus in Furs. Venus in Furs undoubtedly ranks in the top ten books of the nineteenth-century for advancing new ideas about sexual practice. The famous sexologist Kraft-Ebbing is deeply indebted to Sacher-Masoch, as one sees in the monumental Psychopathia sexualis (1886). The work carries interesting implications for the student of law in literature.
by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch. Translated by Fernanda Savage. Venus im Pelz was published in German in 1870. Sacher-Masoch’s works have held an established position in European letters for something like half a century, and the author himself was made a chevalier of the Legion of Honor by the French Government in 1883, on the occasion of his literary jubilee. When several years ago cheap reprints were brought out on the Continent and attempts were made by various guardians of morality-they exist in all countries-to have them suppressed, the judicial decisions were invariably against the plaintiff and in favor of the publisher.
Leopold von Sacher Masoch was born in Lemberg, Austrian Galicia, on January 27, 1836. He studied jurisprudence at Prague and Graz, and in 1857 became a teacher at the latter university. He published several historical works, but soon gave up his academic career to devote himself wholly to literature. His last years he spent at Lindheim in Hesse, Germany, where he died on March 9, 1895.
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