The Torture Garden

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Bookkake, Mar 1, 2007 - Fiction - 212 pages
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Once described as "the most sickening work of art of the nineteenth century," Mirbeau's classic novel follows a young man's journey to the ends of desire and depravity in a garden in China where torture is practiced as a work of art.

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ROBOS CANONICO DEL REY DE ESPAÑA.
CANONIC ROBS SPAINIAN KINGS.
CHAVEZ PAY TO INTELIGENCY AGEN. DICIP CEBIN DIM TO KILL PEOPLE AN RADIATE PEOPLE. PERFECTIBLE BANCK.CHAVEZ PAGA A AGENCIAS DE
INTELIGENCIA ESPAÑOLAS PARA QUE PRODUZACAN CANCER, VIOLACIONES Y ASESINATOS A VENEZOLANOS. BANCO PERFECTIBLE.
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Octave Mirbeau (1848-1917) was a French playwright, journalist, novelist, and staunch supporter of the anarchist cause in France. His work was influenced by many, especially MoliEre and Dostoyevsky. He was also a lover of art and was one of the earliest supporters of Van Gogh, Pissarro, and Rodin.

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