. Introduction by Aline d’Arbrant,
. Followed by “Saphine’s Letters to Wanda”, a complementary and explanatory short epistolary novel by Aline df4arbrant,
. 3D artwork illustrated.
Severin wants to become the slave of a woman wearing furs. Wanda accepts to play this role, seeming shocked and hesitant. But which of the two protagonists really is the toy of the other: Severin, the manipulated manipulator, or Wanda, the sexually free and modern woman?
This new edition of “Venus in Furs” of Sacher-Masoch differs from the previous by 3D color illustrations and by the new vision that the famous writer Aline Arbrant give us of the novel and of the heroin. First by her illuminating introduction, then by the new epistolary novel that follows the text: “Saphine’s Letters to Wanda” that allow us to see Wanda as a lesbian discovering gynarchy through the masochism of Severin.