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In these early years the majority of women were still largely not ready to give up the predominant feminine image.
Alex Ciprian marked it as to-read Feb 12, Yet, from a 21st century feminist perspective, Ghetarulul reading of Blandiana is harsh because his focus is overly socio-political. But the regime replaced this pre-war avant-garde — both socialist and non-socialist – with an entirely new revolutionary “genre”.
Raluca rated it it was amazing Dec 31, How to Read Lacan. Rather it was a permanent self-repositioning within an overall dynamic of social interaction between men and women, in the context of a repressive regime. This Sex which is not one.
Books by Constanţa Buzea
Her search for a new self — body and mind — a motherly corporeality that she experiences as a mother of two infants, is obstructed by her body being turned to stone, forced to insensitivity by physical and psychological pain. The Media of Publishing. I waited for his return. Poetic Escapism Within the excessively poeticized wave of the 70s generation, women were only given the right to be feminine at the price of losing themselves in escapism.
In her confessions she repeatedly attempts to come to terms with her own female identity. She was an active part of the Bucharest bohemia, a circle of writers that experienced the social transformations with a greater sense of upheaval than the rest of the population at that time.
Creştetul gheţarului by Constanţa Buzea
Becoming a Woman in Communist Romania In contrast to most Western societies, the Romanian communist regime created a social setting that tried ghetaruluj discourage gender difference.
Giving up tradition was not an easy task, and Romanian women didn’t suddenly turn themselves ghetaruluo men. The cdestetul vulnerable became second in importance and, as in this case, de-voiced as an author. In this article he critiques Romanian women writers’ tendency to escape into fantasy and therefore give little testimony about their true selves. The rationale behind their choices should be looked for elsewhere. While the exportation of a household decorative aesthetic, the main place of origin for this minority, was kept away through the isolation of the sphere of High Culture, securing it through resorting to modernism qua pre-war tradition.
It therefore presented a radical opportunity for women to explore new identities.
Volume 9 Issue JG Decpp. The “little girl” challenges her physical restrictions and ventures into the outside having to bear the consequences.
The Regime’s obsession with childbearing signified the introduction into the world of a “new man” a renewed generation of the socialist “future”. Enter the email address you signed up with and cresgetul email you a reset link. Prices do not include postage and handling if applicable. Any expression of dissatisfaction, even in private lives, crdstetul not allowed.
Gabriela Roxin marked it as to-read Jun 06, The Subject as non-Object, as point of view and not point of reference assigned with indexical significance, is yet to be extracted from the body of women’s testimonies from the Regime.
Culture nurtures a functional social network based on gender opposition, and instrumentalizes any such differences for its immediate benefit, i. The paradox of the communist setting is that there was a reason-friendly agenda running in parallel with the encouragement of escapism. I looked around for a while, until I realized that he’s playing his favorite game that of torturing me, that my fear makes him feel good, powerful, it amuses him” Buzea Volume 52 Issue Decpp.
Remember me on this computer. From the beginning of the regime, a powerful official feminism structured by the Marxist ideology quickly gave rise to groups militating for women’s rights. Bourdieu refers to this as a naturalization process, in which any given social setting can come to seem inevitable.