Tag: feminist

Medeea Iancu: „Eu este politic și istoric” (interviu)

Medeea Iancu a publicat în 2017 volumul de poezie Delacroix este tabu: suita romînească, Editura Cartea Românească. Pe coperta a patra, Gabriela Gheorghişor a scris: „Ca o preoteasă din alte vremuri, Medeea Iancu scrie o poezie incantatorie, menită să îmblânzească spaimele, să adoarmă durerile (trupului), să recreeze universul prin puterea misterioasă a cuvântului”.

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“It’s much easier to make a woman scandalous, still to this day” – interview with Sarah Dunant

Sarah Dunant – with whom we met during the International Literature Festival in Bucharest (December 2013) – is one of the most famous British writers and, even though she started as a crime fiction author, she became interested in historical fiction and her most recent novel, Blood and Beauty (2013; translated in Romanian by Carmen Săndulescu, at Humanitas Fiction Publishing House) explores the Renaissance and the scandal surrounding the Borgias, from a new perspective, trying to rehabilitate the image of women as conveyed by history. During the interview, we spoke about her interest in history, about the light and darkness of Renaissance and about history from a feminine/feminist perspective, without anger or the tendency of victimization. Citeşte tot articolul