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Story of the Eye

Story of the Eye

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Published by Rachel AH
Georges Bataille's novel
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Georges BatailleStory of the Eye(1928)
Story of the Eye
 was printed in several significantly different editions.This is the digitization of the translation (by Joachim Neugroschal) of the first edition thathas been floating around the internet.Supervert 32C Inc. is responsible only for proofreading and typesetting it.For more information, please visit supervert.com
 
CONTENTS
PART 1. THE TALE..........................................................................................................................31. The Cat's Eye...........................................................................................................................32. The Antique Wardrobe.............................................................................................................63. Marcelle's Smell........................................................................................................................94. A Sunspot...............................................................................................................................125. A Trickle of Blood....................................................................................................................156. Simone....................................................................................................................................177. Marcelle..................................................................................................................................208. The Open Eyes of the Dead Woman.....................................................................................229. Lewd Animals.........................................................................................................................2410. Granero's Eye.......................................................................................................................2711. Under the Sun of Seville.......................................................................................................3012. Simone's Confession and Sir Edmund's Mass.....................................................................3313. The Legs of the Fly...............................................................................................................36PART 2. COINCIDENCES.............................................................................................................40W.C.............................................................................................................................................44Outline of a Sequel to
Story of the Eye
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PART 1. THE TALE1. The Cat's Eye
I grew up very much alone, and as far back as I recall I was frightened of anything sexual. I wasnearly sixteen when I met Simone, a girl my own age, at the beach in X. Our families beingdistantly related, we quickly grew intimate. Three days after our first meeting, Simone and I werealone in her villa. She was wearing a black pinafore with a starched white collar. I began torealize that she shared my anxiety at seeing her, and I felt even more anxious that day because Ihoped she would be stark naked under the pinafore.She had black silk stockings on covering her knees, but I was unable to see as far up as the cunt(this name, which I always used with Simone, is, I think, by far the loveliest of the names for thevagina). It merely struck me that by slightly lifting the pinafore from behind, I might see her privateparts unveiled.Now in the corner of a hallway there was a saucer of milk for the cat. "Milk is for the pussy, isn'tit?" said Simone. "Do you dare me to sit in the saucer?""I dare you," I answered, almost breathless.The day was extremely hot. Simone put the saucer on a small bench, planted herself before me,and, with her eyes fixed on me, she sat down without my being able to see her burning buttocksunder the skirt, dipping into the cool milk. The blood shot to my head, and I stood before her awhile, immobile and trembling, as she eyed my stiff cock bulging in my trousers. Then I lay downat her feet without her stirring and for the first time, I saw her pink and dark flesh cooling in thewhite milk. We remained motionless, both of us equally overwhelmed…Suddenly, she got up, and I saw the milk dripping down her thighs to the stockings. She wipedherself evenly with a handkerchief as she stood over my head with one foot on the small bench,and I vigorously rubbed my cock through the trousers while writhing amorously on the floor. Wereached orgasm at almost the same instant without even touching one another. But when her mother came home, I was sitting in a low armchair, and I took advantage oft he moment when thegirl tenderly snuggled in her mother's arms: I lifted the back of her pinafore, unseen, and thrustmy hand under her cunt between her two burning legs.

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