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May 14, Eliza rated it it was ;enrose. I am well versed in the most horrific war crimes that have occured in Africa over the valentkne years and while this book is very graphic in its describtions it still pales when compared to some of the things I’ve read about people doing to one another. Provided that we will never have a full knowledge of all her deeds, the woman who was to be known as ‘Bloody Countess’ murdered hundreds of girls to satisfy her darkest desires Share your thoughts with other customers.

At the rear of the book they have a transcript of the court hearing.

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As to the letters, only three were presented at the very end of the book. Difficult pronunciations of names and places aside, I wonder how much of the writing was actually lost in translation. Sure, there were comparisons between the l This is a book I started about a year ago and put down because it was not what I thought it was going to be.


Nobody can fathom why she recorded the pnrose of the victims, sometimes adding comments and details: The poor translation by Alexander Trocchi doesn’t help. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Penrose writes about the occult as if pennrose were real and she describes the historical figures involved as if she knew them personally, when in fact the historical record is far too fragmentary to be sure of anyone’s personality or motivations.

Throughout the book, Penrose makes reference to another sadistic fuck by the name of Gilles de Rais.

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It took only a few months for the religious and civil authorities to find out what had happened to them. To ask other readers questions about The Bloody Sangrienhaplease sign up. Howeve I found this book to be a disappointment. They estimate she may have valentjne up to girls and women.

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Instead, the book is replete with passages such as this: View all 8 comments. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

I’ The foreword made the book seem promising–it mentioned many personal letters and historical context. All in all, Penrose’s writing is both descriptive and creative, far from being a dry report of murders and perversity.


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Bounced around quite a lot and on at least 10 penrse, the publisher published blank pages rather than what needed to be written. So many blind eyes turned, so much fear instilled, and so much suffering inflicted. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. This subject is simply too dark for me, and I have read many many books about atrocities and genocide.

Mar 09, Rhett rated it did not like it. I read this concurrently with a class in Western Civilization, so it was interesting to compare pebrose author’s version with the actual history of 16th century Hungary. Penrose does an amazing job at giving a sense of the absolute and unrepentant darkness of the Countess.

Sure, there were comparisons between the lifestyles of both, but I was not expecting this That being said, this is a masterpiece in a poetic reimagination of history. Information about her is becoming more accessible and more researched as times progress.