Gamiani Gamiani ou Une Nuit d Exc s was the st really important work to come from the th century French presses It s still one of the most erotically explicit works to come from any French press Its auth

  • Title: Gamiani
  • Author: Alfred de Musset Hélène van Stralen
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  • Gamiani ou, Une Nuit d Exc s, was the 1st really important work to come from the 19th century French presses It s still one of the most erotically explicit works to come from any French press Its author is supposed to have been Alfred de Musset 1810 57 the eponymous heroine a portrait of his lover, George Sand A young man observes her a young girl, obliginGamiani ou, Une Nuit d Exc s, was the 1st really important work to come from the 19th century French presses It s still one of the most erotically explicit works to come from any French press Its author is supposed to have been Alfred de Musset 1810 57 the eponymous heroine a portrait of his lover, George Sand A young man observes her a young girl, obligingly named Fanny, engaged in their lesbian bed Having watched them provoked by their gay abandonment, he reveals himself, joins them they spend the night alternately sharing their intimate histories their bodies in orgies of almost religious intensity Unsurprisingly religious, as the stories they tell include the rape of one in a monastery the nearly fatal debauchment of another in a convent, as well as encounters with a number of animals a m nagerie trois, as it were Their night of excess is both explicitly aural explicitly oral, ends in Countess Gamiani s gasps I am dying in an agony of pleasure, an agony of suffering I can t stand it any Simultaneously the four of us achieved the most wonderful sensations, climaxing together each of us experiencing an intense orgasm What ardent enjoyment of taste to my palate What delicious, intoxicating overflow in my entrails Can you conceive these excesses Just think of it To suck in one s mouth all of a man s love juice strength, to drink it down impatiently, to swallow it in waves of foam both warm bitter, at the same time to feel a double jet of flame enter your body by its two lower orifices at once It s a triple pleasure, impossible to describe adequately.

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      Alfred Louis Charles de Musset Pathay 11 December 1810 2 May 1857 was a French dramatist, poet, and novelist Along with his poetry, he is known for writing La Confession d un enfant du si cle The Confession of a Child of the Century, autobiographical from 1836.Musset was born on 11 December 1810 in Paris His family was upper class but poor and his father worked in various key government positions, but never gave his son any money His mother was similarly accomplished, and her role as a society hostess, for example her drawing room parties, luncheons, and dinners, held in the Musset residence left a lasting impression on young Alfred.Early indications of Musset s boyhood talents were seen by his fondness for acting impromptu mini plays based upon episodes from old romance stories he had read Years later, elder brother Paul de Musset would preserve these, and many other details, for posterity, in a biography on his famous younger brother.Alfred de Musset entered the coll ge Henri IV at the age of nine, where in 1827 he won the Latin essay prize in the Concours g n ral With the help of Paul Foucher, Victor Hugo s brother in law, he began to attend, at the age of 17, the C nacle, the literary salon of Charles Nodier at the Biblioth que de l Arsenal After attempts at careers in medicine which he gave up owing to a distaste for dissections , law, drawing, English and piano, he became one of the first Romantic writers, with his first collection of poems, Contes d Espagne et d Italie 1829, Tales of Spain and Italy By the time he reached the age of 20, his rising literary fame was already accompanied by a sulphurous reputation fed by his dandy side.He was the librarian of the French Ministry of the Interior under the July Monarchy During this time he also involved himself in polemics during the Rhine crisis of 1840, caused by the French prime minister Adolphe Thiers, who as Minister of the Interior had been Musset s superior Thiers had demanded that France should own the left bank of the Rhine described as France s natural boundary , as it had under Napoleon, despite the territory s German population These demands were rejected by German songs and poems, including Nikolaus Becker s Rheinlied, which contained the verse Sie sollen ihn nicht haben, den freien, deutschen Rhein They shall not have it, the free, German Rhine Musset answered to this with a poem of his own Nous l avons eu, votre Rhin allemand We ve had it, your German Rhine.The tale of his celebrated love affair with George Sand, which lasted from 1833 to 1835, is told from his point of view in his autobiographical novel, La Confession d un Enfant du Si cle The Confession of a Child of the Century, made into a film, Children of the Century , and from her point of view in her Elle et lui Musset s Nuits 1835 1837, Nights trace his emotional upheaval of his love for George Sand, from early despair to final resignation He is also believed to be the author of Gamiani, or Two Nights of Excess 1833 , a lesbian erotic novel, also believed to be modeled on George Sand.Tomb of Alfred de Musset in P re Lachaise CemeteryMusset was dismissed from his post as librarian by the new minister Ledru Rollin after the revolution of 1848 He was however appointed librarian of the Ministry of Public Instruction in 1853.Musset received the L gion d honneur on 24 April 1845, at the same time as Balzac, and was elected to the Acad mie fran aise in 1852 after two failures to do so in 1848 and 1850.Alfred de Musset died in his sleep on 2 May 1857 The cause was heart failure, the combination of alcoholism and a longstanding aortic insufficiency One symptom that had been noticed by his brother was a bobbing of the head as a result of the amplification of the pulse this was later called de Musset s sign He was buried in P re Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.



    2 thoughts on “Gamiani

    1. Η «Γκαμιανί» αποτελεί το πιο διάσημο και πολυδιαβασμένο ερωτικό γαλλικό κείμενο, καθ’ όλο τον 19ο αιώνα. Συνιστά ένα μικρό αριστούργημα της ερωτικής πεζογραφίας. Ο έκλυτος ερωτικός βίος του ΑΛΦΡΕ ΝΤΕ ΜΥΣΣΕ (1810 - 1857), η ακόλαστη ζωή του, ο δονζουανικός του χαρακτήρας, το αριστ [...]

    2. I don’t really know what to write about this. It’s like de Sade without the politics.Well written but ultimately soul-less.

    3. Gamiani is a somewhat Sadean quasi-Gothic erotic novel of the 1830s which has been attributed, although not certainly, to Alfred De Musset and which even reached the hands of Edith Wharton no less.However, you would not know any of this from my Edition, a second-hand copy of its inclusion in the Erotic Prints Society's 'Scarlet Library' which has no introduction, notes or bibiliography.What that Edition does have is excellent erotic illustrations by Vania Zouravliov. That is why I am happy to re [...]

    4. Savukeitaan eroottiset klassikot on hykerryttävä sarja, johon on kerätty maailmankirjallisuuden vähemmän tunnettuja hekuman huippuja.Musset'n ja George Sandin myrskyisän ja tunnetun suhteen yhdistäminen näihin kahteen tarinaan on biografismin ilotulitusta, mutta menkööt. Itse nautin kirjasta kuitenkin kääntäjän vaivannäön, revittelevän yltiömäisyyden ja seksuaalisuuden moninaisuuden vuoksi. Turmeltuneet orgiat ja viittaukset antiikin sankareihin yhdistyvät rabelaismaiseen lii [...]

    5. Finito il finale è stato il colpo di grazia, allora, non dico che i personaggi spregiudicati debbano vincere come in De Sade dove Justine muore e Juliette se la cava anche se commette molti errori e si associa a personaggi più discutibili di lei, ma questo finale con la contessa Gamiani e Fanny che muoiono avvelenate, mi sembra ingiusto nei confronti del genere femminile, se ci deve essere una punizione allora la vorrei anche per Alcide, visto che dopo aver scoperto la sua amata a letto con un [...]

    6. Considered one of the truly great French writers of the nineteenth century, famed poet and novelist Alfred de Musset once decided (as great French writers are wont to do) to try his hand at erotic fiction. The glorious result was Gamiani, a classic tale of sensual pleasure and sexual excess. Reputedly inspired by the debauched history of Musset's former lover - the irrepressible George Sand - it is the classic erotic story of one man, two womend two incomparable nights of uninhibited sexual adve [...]

    7. This is a short erotic fiction written in 1833 by Alfred de Musset (the author died in 1957 never acknowledging it). It is about a young man who is fascinated by a lesbian countess and watches her sex scenes with Fanny and ultimately joins in. The two females then tell their stories (De Sade style) of debauchery and histories including most in robust forthright style – this is adult porn really.The book is interesting for two reasons 1) supposedly Alfred fancied the female author (and bi-sexua [...]

    8. While reading Gamiani, it definitely helps if you know a little about French authors Alfred de Musset and George Sand and their short affair. Although the theme of this novella is not different from other books of its kind, this novella is very well-written and certainly makes an interesting read.See also Foreign fiction translated into Dutch/Flemish

    9. Well-written, erotic, and an astonishingly sympathetic view of lesbian sex. It is difficult to believe this book was written in 1833. To be sure, it keeps close to the more familiar themes of 18th and 19th c. pornography- phallocentrism, sadomasochism, voyeurism, incest. However the author/narrator (writer Alfed de Musset, hidden behind a pseudonym) recognizes the depths and legitimacy of lesbian sex, with its sensuality, passion, and satisfaction.

    10. Alfred de Musset is one of my favorite novelist and poets. He has a great style in writing, and once you read on of his works, you cannot leave it until finished. The book is disturbing in its content about the destructive powers of human sensuality when it gets out of control, coupled with lust, fantasies, and burning desires.

    11. Interesting book. Author supposedly wrote it as an expose of his former lover, George Sand. Written in 1833, it is virulently anti-church. There are numerous descriptions of extremely sexual, orgiastic events in churches, convents.

    12. While certain acts in this story were difficult to read comfortably, I must say that Baxter's translation is beautiful. The prose flows elegantly and makes the book difficult to put down. Would be a five star if not for the bestiality that was very difficult to read.

    13. Part of the so erotic fiction written in the 19th century. Pretty poetic, but it portrays lesbian relationships like aggresive and condemned to death, which, to the 21st century's eyes, it's not accurate at all.

    14. A bit disappointing second part of the book in terms of narrative style and description of the epilogue

    15. I dislike books written only to shock, and this is very much that. Interesting as a period piece though.

    16. Interesting and worth a read at least once. The rest of my review can be found here onprose/2012/02/two-ni.

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