de Sade

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Sade - French soldier and writer whose descriptions of sexual perversion gave rise to the term `sadism' (1740-1814)
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The Marquis de Sade was so in love with his quills and his writings that when his writing equipment was taken away from him, he used whatever he could to pen his words.
The Marquis de Sade (1740-1814) is known best--in most cases only--for the highly violent and sexual scenes in his books, but Allen points out that these are interspersed with extended discourses on materialism, atheism, and crime.
1814: The Marquis de Sade, French aristocrat whose perverted lifestyle gave the word sadism to the language, died in an asylum.
1740: The Marquis de Sade, French aristocrat whose lifestyle gave rise to the word sadism, was born in Paris.
Em outubro de 2009 tivemos oportunidade de trocar ideias com Gerson Penna, entao Secretario de Estado de Vigilancia em Sade do Ministerio da Sade do Brasil, e Daniel Soranz, entao Subsecretario de Atencao Primaria, Vigilancia e Promocao de Sade do Municipio do Rio de Janeiro, quando estes tiveram a amabilidade de visitar a Unidade de Sade Familiar (USF) Marginal, em Sao Joao do Estoril (Cascais), em Portugal (1).
BORN MARQUIS de Sade, philosopher, 1740 CHARLIE Watts, rock drummer, 1941, above SERGIO Aguero, footballer, 1988 DIED BO Diddley, US pop musician, 2008 REX Harrison, film actor, 1990, above EUGENE I, Italian pope, AD 657
Libertines like Casanova and the Marquis de Sade bragged openly and proudly of their sexual exploits, many of which involved the degradation and abuse of children.