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In Jean Luc Godard's film "Weekend",the monologue is derived from chapters of Story of the Eye
(In Jean Luc Godard's film "Weekend",the monologue is derived from chapters of Story of the Eye)
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*In David Mitchell's book, ''[[Black Swan Green]]'', Mr. Dunwoody, the art teacher at the school of narrator Jason Taylor, is reading this book when Jason comes in to the staff room to retrieve a whistle for Mr. Kempsey. Mr. Dunwoody tells him it is a book on the history of opticians.
*In the movie [[Before Sunrise]], Céline, the female lead character, is reading this book on the train as she meets Jesse, her future romantic interest.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://beforesunrise.yolasite.com/jesse-and-celines-reading-materials.php|title=Before Sunrise Reading Materials|website=beforesunrise.yolasite.com|access-date=2019-03-06}}</ref>
*In the movie [https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weekend_(1967_film)]|Weekend]] Corrinene,the female lead, recounts an orgy she participated in, many of the details of which are derived from the first two chapters of Bataille’s Story of the Eye.[http://sensesofcinema.com/2017/1967/weekend-jean-luc-godard-1967/]|9]]
 
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{{Reflist}}9. http://sensesofcinema.com/2017/1967/weekend-jean-luc-godard-1967/
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