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The Devil in Love French: Le Diable amoureuxis an occult romance by Jacques Cazotte which tells of a demonor devilwho falls in love with a young Spanish nobleman [1] ddiablo Don Alvaro, an amateur human dabbler, and attempts, in the guise of a young woman, to win his affections. Castex has described The Devil In Love as “the very initiator of the modern fantasy story”.


Canadian critic Carlo Testa has described The Devil In Love, in review of Stephen Sartarelli’s translation as a ” terminus a quo” in the history of the demonic subgenre”.

The Le Diable amoureux started a literary style known as fantastiquewhere surreal events intrude on reality and the reader is left guessing whether the cazottr actually occurred or were merely the product of the character’s imagination.

Don Alvaro, a young, but wise man, invokes Satan. Upon seeing the young Neamorado, Satan falls in love with him and assumes the appearance of a young woman, Biondetta. He follows Alvaro as his page.

In the journey that unfolds, Satan, disguised as a woman, tries to seduce Alvaro who rejects his advances lest he lose his precious virginity. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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