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"The Juggler (La Jongleuse) is a "decadent" novel that used to be first released in 1900. Its writer, Marguerite Eymery Vallette (1860-1953), who used the pseudonym Rachilde, was once a prolific novelist (over sixty works of fiction), playwright, literary critic and reviewer, and a forceful presence in French literary society of her time. The protagonist of the unconventional, Eliante Donalger, is in a few feel an exaggerated double for her creator--bizarre in visual appeal, garments, and pursuits. Instinctively greedy a clinical and mental fact that the turn-of-the-century clinical international was once in simple terms starting to comprehend, Eliante continues that there's not anything "natural" approximately human sexual expression. She claims to be in love with an inanimate (though anthropomorphic and sexually ambiguous) item, a Greek amphora, and the radical lines the contention among this devoted companion and an ardent human suitor, a tender clinical scholar. it's only via juggling, either actually and metaphorically, that Eliante is ready to use her seductive strength to keep up hope. The shock finishing demanding situations the boundaries of such strength in a debatable and outstanding twist. even though Rachilde's paintings has been overlooked some time past, the women's flow and feminist feedback have motivated renewed curiosity in her fiction. The Juggler is an incredible rediscovery."

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