The first was in 2009 at the New Yorker festival when, before an audience of increasingly bemused young women who had come to swoon in front of a Hollywood heartthrob, he read out Frank Bidart's poem about a necrophiliac
, Herbert White.
The poor monarch wasn't a necrophiliac
or a vampire as many believed.
The unwrapping of the ancient female body is not only voyeuristic; it is verging on necrophiliac
, and there is more than a hint of sexual violence in these performances.
with a necrophiliac
, Barker palpably captures the ambivalent status of
Of special interest is material on less-studied areas, such as necrophiliac
offenders and sexually sadistic offenders.
emotional twist, their invocation of the dead "father of the nation," Franjo Tudman, has a Viagra-like effect, and the chanting soon spills over into "Croatia, Croatia," a sort of uninterrupted, massive, political orgasm.
To write this condition, Borzutzky's sentences circle around entrenched, repetitive, and grotesque forms of violence--sadist, scatological, necrophiliac
Louis Theroux and DJ Nicky Campbell heard rumours the DJ was a necrophiliac
He later heard Savile was a necrophiliac
too, a rumour also heard by Radio 5 DJ Nicky Campbell.
This story, which is found in manuscript BNM 5223 of the Biblioteca Nacional de Espana in Madrid, folios 242-44, has caught my attention, not only because there is a woman protagonist, but because of the unusual nature of its subject matter: a story about a necrophiliac
could prove enchanting, as in the necrophiliac
fixations in The Past and the Present and The Strange Case of Angelica, or turn tedious, as in his update of Bunuel's Belle de jour (1967), whose weakly punning homophonic title, Belle toujours (2006), and replacement of a young Catherine Deneuve with an elderly Bulle Ogier as the masochistic housewife-turned-prostitute Severine, reflect the film's sense of belatedness.
It may be true that Poe was, in Doctorow's words, "a drug-addicted, alcoholic delusional paranoid with strong necrophiliac