Oxtiern, The Misfortunes of Libertinage  

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 This page Oxtiern, The Misfortunes of Libertinage is part of the Marquis de Sade series  Illustration: Portrait fantaisiste du marquis de Sade (1866) by H. Biberstein
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This page Oxtiern, The Misfortunes of Libertinage is part of the Marquis de Sade series
Illustration: Portrait fantaisiste du marquis de Sade (1866) by H. Biberstein

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Oxtiern, The Misfortunes of Libertinage (1781) (Le Comte Oxtiern ou les Effets du Libertinage) is a play by Sade.

The play debuted on October 22, 1791 at the Théâtre Molière on the rue Saint-Martin. A second performance is given two weeks later, on November 4, which causes a minor disturbance and causes the suspension further perforances. Sade will feature the play once more 8 years later, where he plays the role of Fabrice.



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