Sadism and masochism in fiction

The role of Sadism and masochism in fiction has attracted serious scholarly attention. John Kucich has noted the importance of masochism in late-nineteenth century British colonial fiction. This article provides a list of appearances of Sadism and masochism in not just literature, but various works of fiction in multiple forms of media.

Novels

Titles are sorted in chronological order.

Specialist publishers of S/M fiction

Mainstream films

Consensual BDSM is not generally depicted accurately or sympathetically in mainstream films, to say the least; however, film-makers often find some way to incorporate BDSM imagery into many films. The following films feature BDSM as a major plot point, not just as an exploitative add-on.

Sado-masochism is featured as a central plot element in the following mainstream drama films:

Art movies:

Comedy:

Thrillers:

Television

Drama

Poetry

References

Bibliography

External links

See also

Index: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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