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The cruelty is sadomasochistic and with help she transfers to another convent where the mother superior is none other than a very amorous lesbian.

Interesting, but tiring to read. As if this sounded one bit Catholic in the least. Maybe not as monacaa as two stars, but definitely not as high as three. So, the story is set in two parts, both equally horrendous.

Daniela Dll rated it did not like it Jan 21, And of course she will always blame herself for all sorts of sexual advances she receives. The Mother Superior is sexually attracted to Susanna, which makes her lover Sister Theresa insanely jealous.

The konaca who read the Bible even when they had previously punished her for that?

La Monaca by Denis Diderot (2 star ratings)

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It at times comes off like Suzanne is actually in love with the Mother Superior the same can be said of Therese who acts like the desperate ex-girlfriend who keeps trying to get her former lover back.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. The psychological cruelty here is shocking.

I often wanted to pick the main character up and shake some sense into her. Wasn’t she the smartest, the most beautiful, the only one who dared to raise her voice because she knew her books? A big discussion with the Mother Superior follows, and then the later says she’s possessed.

The image of the new Mother Superior is even more hopeless than the preceeding ones. In his opinion, the aim of progressing through technology was doomed to fail.

La Monaca by Denis Diderot (1 star ratings)

However, the book does have value as being representative of a certain intellectual strain in France that has shown considerably staying power.

Mary Ronan Drew rated it did not like it Sep 19, Suzanne didn’t seem important enough for people to waste their time on her and I also found it frustrating that she skips over various parts of her life in the convent that might have actually been interesting. Quotes from La Monaca. CS1 Italian-language sources it All stub articles. In the second nunnery, she quickly becomes the favorite of her new Mother Superior.

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View all 3 comments. The story demonstrates an altogether different viewpoint to the life of nuns. With a dose of polyamory.

Suzanne is always suffering at the hands of someone. Ubaidillah Anwar rated it did not like it Dec 14, She aims for a simple job where she can finally be left alone and go unnoticed. Laa rated it did not like it Sep 12, It’s fair more explicit in the nasty parts, and it sure has a good amount of farts, many repulsive things, easy sense of humor And she passively accepts all of the degeneracy, because that’s how life is.

Certainly, the scene of confession and the means of persuasion he uses to convince her to go to the right path, are clear even though the discourse is mostly paraphrased.

Apple rated it did not like it Feb 07, He founded his philosophy on experiment and the study of probabilities. To ask other readers questions about La Monacaplease sign up. Open Preview See a Problem?

I hope by the time I pass this goddamn 18th c. At numerous occurrences the book conveys a demeanor of diserot funniness and you can’t resist the urge to chuckle too The main individual portrayal makes it much more sincere as we see things through Suzanne’s head as she approaches an existence that she never expected to live.