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Left to herself, and thus emotionally neglected by her absent mother, terrorised by her brutal father and stupefied by her school, she is bound to lose. Inez rated it liked it May 18, She debuted in the beginning of the 90s as one of the most distinct figures of Polish literary life.
Her contribution to post-communist Polish culture is huge, and includes her prose that reveals the mechanisms of domestic violence and dictatorship, which are so often forgotten in the name of political ideals, her brave and eye-opening essays, ironic dramas, lesbian abbsolutna and ground-breaking research on modernist poet Maria Komornicka.
Her first book of poetry, a collection entitled Madame Insightis also born in this spirit.
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This book was issued by absolitna small independent publishing house and did not reach the consciousness of the wider public.
Leaving Poland, abandoning home and fatherland is a symbolic gesture of revolt and cry for change. Tanya rated it it was ok Jan 24, Inshe came out as a gay in the Polish edition of Absoluutna and on national TV.
Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. The book mixes satirical representation of authoritarian schools and dysfunctional families with the historical events from the pre-Solidarity period, and discusses education as breaking the spirits of girls through an elaborate application of double standards.
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Her novel Absolutna Amnezja published in critiques the communist past from the point of view socially maladjusted young women. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Filipiak specializes in the subject of exclusion, displacement, grief and the lack of formulas for its public expression for gay peopledocumenting styles of radical resistance to social and cultural exclusion, irony and black humor, debt, war and privatization.
Filipiak has adopted a one-track feminist perspective — her heroine is a victim of the patriarchal system of authority. Jacek rated it liked it Jun 18, Advanced Search Find a Library. Her literary journey extends from writing about the experience of emigration and dealing with the notion of physical displacement, to criticism of the domestic culture, and an attack on the mechanisms of psychological or cultural oppression.
She demands that we listen to other voices without stigmatizing them as Other, the comfortable label of seemingly tolerant discourse. Ola Juchacz rated it really liked it Mar 18, Starting inher tone became more critical, and she began to comment on the rise of populism and homophobia in Poland.
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The book mixes satirical representation of authoritarian schools and dysfunctional families with folipiak historical events from the pre-Solidarity period, and discusses education as breaking the spirits of girls through an elaborate application of double standards.
For Izabela leaving is a complex process: WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online.
Still excluded by the mainstream, the writer decided to stay in the U. No trivia or quizzes yet. Digital Library Federation, December In other projects Absoluhna Commons. Home Our Story Submissions. Sztofsawko rated it really liked it Aug 27, Since then, a subjective main theme has been a trademark of her writing. Lists with This Book. Death as Violence in Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Kaja rated it really liked it Mar 07, Izabela Filipiak born in Gdynia is a Polish writer, an essayist, a columnist, and a scholar.
She has also won renown as a talented, witty columnist.