Fiction. Art. THE DIVINE DUTY OF SERVANTS is a unique work that unites prose and art, to explore the dark mythologies of sexual fetishes and power. If it is true, as the French writer Georges Bataille claims, that eroticism and religion go together, then this book sheds light on the eroticism of worship. THE DIVINE DUTY OF SERVANTS is based on the drawings and etchings of the Polish writer/artist, Bruno Schulz, who died at the hands of the Nazis in 1941. THE DIVINE DUTY OF SERVANTS introduces the work of outsider Malcolm McKesson a writer and an artist who like Bruno Schulz, dealt with such topics as foot fetishism, cross-dressing, and erotic scenes of bondage and submission.
Cuban born Rolando Perez is the author of numerous books on a variety of subjects ranging from philosophy and literary criticism to poetry and drama. Some of his published titles include On An(Archy) and Schizoanalysis, Severo Sarduy and the Religion of the Text, and The Lining of Our Souls (based on selected paintings of Edward Hopper.) He has also written over 15 plays that have received production in NYC.Author City: USA