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The Nun So you re not going to come to see me any No, dear Mother And you won t let me come and see you in your cell any No, dear Mother Will you refuse my caresses It will be very difficult for me to do so, for I was born affectionate and I like being caressed, but I must I ve promised my confessor and I made a vow before the altar Looking at the above, is that the normal conversation between a nun and her mother superior Perhaps it was at that particular time On that note, where So you re not going to come to see me any No, dear Mother And you won t let me come and see you in your cell any No, dear Mother Will you refuse my caresses It will be very difficult for me to do so, for I was born affectionate and I like being caressed, but I must I ve promised my confessor and I made a vow before the altar Looking at the abo Through the halls and cells of a convent, guarded by high walls and austere religious customs, we follow a young nun making arrangements to escape a future that was imposed on her She has a knack for logic and no ear for vocation, so she is not able to find any justification for all the suffering and pious rules that govern her In her fight for freedom she uses all the means of revolt there are open protest, rigid obedience, lawsuit, relocation etc Embracing her destiny is not a viable alter Through the halls and cells of a convent, guarded by high walls and austere religious customs, we follow a young nun making arrangements to escape a future that was imposed on her She has a knack for logic and no ear for vocation, so she is not able to find any justification for all the suffering and pious rules that govern her In her fight for freedom she uses all the means of revolt there are open protest, rigid obedience, lawsuit, relocation etc Embracing her destiny is not a viable alter La religieuse Memoirs of a Nun, Denis Diderot 1977 18 1394 272 9786006182704 La religieuse Memoirs of a Nun, Denis Diderot 1977 18 1394 272 9786006182704 I m applying for positions of paid work at the moment known as a job so I m told , and after about a month of no replies I m about ready to sign up for the convent I would love to be a nun Provided I had computer and broadband access, and was permitted to read any book I so pleased, I d put on my habit and sing the sacraments Unfortunately all the nun p Man was born to live with his fellow human beings Separate him, isolate him, his character will go bad, a thousand ridiculous affects will invade his heart, extravagant thoughts will germinate in his brain, like thorns in an uncultivated land.Given the untimely arrival of our Arctic Vortex, it is fitting that The Nun shudders with a frozen despair Bone chilling mornings are well suited for such guided tours of the dark side Abandon your preconceptions of the Enlightenment and moral cautionary Man was born to live with his fellow human beings Separate him, isolate him, his character will go bad, a thousand ridiculous aff Wowzers how I loved this book At face value, this is a slim and straight forward epistolary novel about a young woman who is forced into covenant life by her awful, self absorbed parents, who then proceeds to stand firm to her ideals as she is antagonized by sadistic, power hungry hypocrites and mentally disturbed sex fiends While Diderot was very much an atheist, he does a praiseworthy turn here giving voice to a sincerely religious narrator that has no desire to live the claustrophobic and Wowzers how I loved this book At face value, this is a slim and straight forward epistolary novel about a young woman who is forced into covenant life by her awful, self absorbed parents, who then proceeds to stand firm to her ideals as she is antagonized by sadistic, power hungry hypocrites and mentally disturbed sex fiends Whil This went down in one sitting less a tribute to the literary merits of this novel andan expose of my coarse, voyeuristic nature Of the very base, chav chasing, track suit wearing, Vicky Pollard yeah but no but yeah variety where I settle my newly acquired Christmas overhang on the settee, spread out the fries and Baconnaise washed down with a spot of bitter shandy and munch my way through this epic saga of nuns being very, very naughty In France And, lets face it, nobody does naughty l This went down in one sitting less a tribute to the literary merits of this novel andan expose of my coarse, voyeuristic nature Of the very base, chav chasing, track suit wearing, Vicky Pollard yeah but no but yeah variety where I settle my newly acquired Christmas overhang on the settee, spread out the fries and Baconnaise washed down with a spot of bitter shandy and munch my way through this epic saga of nuns being very, very naughty In France And, lets face it, nobody does naughty like the French Diderot S The Nun La Religieuse Is The Seemingly True Story Of A Young Girl Forced By Her Parents To Enter A Convent And Take Holy Orders A Novel Mingling Mysticism, Madness, Sadistic Cruelty And Nascent Sexuality, It Gives A Scathing Insight Into The Effects Of Forced Vocations And The Unnatural Life Of The Convent A Succ S De Scandale At The End Of The Eighteenth Century, It Has Attracted And Unsettled Readers Ever Since For Diderot S Novel Is Not Simply A Story Of A Young Girl With A Bad Habit It Is Also A Powerfully Emblematic Fable About Oppression And Intolerance.This New Translation Includes Diderot S All Important Prefatory Material, Which He Placed, Disconcertingly, At The End Of The Novel, And Which Turns What Otherwise Seems Like An Exercise In Realism Into What Is Now Regarded As A Masterpiece Of Proto Modernist Fiction. This is an interesting novella, written in the form of a letter, by a nun to someone she hopes will help her break the vows which she took by force.The young French girl, Suzanne, is a victim of circumstances, hated by her family through no fault of her own, and forced to enter a convent She takes the orders against her wishes although she realizes she has no vocation.At the convent she falls into the bad books of the Mother Superior and is abused horrifically, sadistically even Some of the me This is an interesting novella, written in the form of a letter, by a nun to someone she hopes will help her break the vows which she took by force.The young French girl, Suzanne, is a victim of circumstances, hated by her family through no fault of her own, and forced to enter a convent She takes the orders against her wishes although she realizes she has no vocation.At the convent she falls into the bad books of the Mother Superior and is abused horrifically, sadistically even Some of the methods the nuns used to abuse her were pretty shocking The book is not an attack on Cathol Funny classic novel about a nun This novel was originally written as a joke And a joke it should be read and enjoyed La Religieuse The Nun is an 18th century French novel, by Denis Diderot Completed in c 1780, the work, however, wasn t published until 1796, after Diderot s death Diderot wrote a letter to his retired companion Marquis de Croismare to entice him to retreat back to Paris The letter was supposed


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