Sade's scandals  

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This page Sade's scandals is part of the Marquis de Sade series
Illustration: Portrait fantaisiste du marquis de Sade (1866) by H. Biberstein

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During his early life, Sade was involved in three major scandals of debauchery and godlessness. The first one was Jeanne Testard, the second Rose Keller, and the last was Marguerite Coste, also known as the Marseille Affair.




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