Jean-Baptiste de Sade, Seigneur de Sade, Seigneur de Saumane et Beauregarde, read again his copy of a 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica entry.
The one entry upon the Sade family.
The disgraceful, embarrassing, demeaning, outrageous, degrading entry.
The one stating Jean-Baptiste's probable descendant Donatien Alphonse François was a 'licentious writer' known for 'vicious practices' and 'obscene novels.'
Condemned to death for an 'unnatural offence,' he'd . . .
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- The Grantville Gazette Staff