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From Cuba, Florencia Kirchner again recommended a book and pointed to the patriarchate

2020-02-23T23:06:11.457Z

Cristina Kirchner's daughter shared an image with the novel "The Bell of Glass" by the poet Sylvia Plath.



02/23/2020 - 19:43

  • Clarín.com
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From Cuba, where he has been treating his health problems for a year, Florencia Kirchner again shared a post with the recommendation of a book, in this case by the poet Sylvia Plath (the autobiographical novel The Crystal Bell ), which he used as a platform to criticize "patriarchal oppression."

"Sylvia, my other one. The glass bell is a novel that I take with me everywhere. The novel that I gave the most, and I lent (yes I left the Spanish edition I borrowed it in Argentina). It was missing and now they tell me that they returned to reissue it , so the birthday presents of this work (of art and everything) that was published for the first time with the pseudonym of Victoria Lucas will return ", wrote the daughter of Nestor and Cristina Kirchner.

He continued: "Being a woman in the late 50s. Having mental disorders in the late 50s. Hello electroshock! And all the patriarchal oppression that upsets. Yes, the patriarchy upsets. And here I put a lot of 50 years, but this novel does not lose its validity at all. I read what many write to me as a result of what I published and I know that in this novel they will be able to find as much as I found. "

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Sylvia, my other one ✨The glass bell is a novel that I take everywhere. The novel that I gave the most, and lent (yes the Spanish edition I lent it in Argentina). I was missing and now they tell me that they reissued it again, so they will return the birthday gifts of this work (of art and everything) that was first published with the pseudonym Victoria Lucas. Being a woman in the late 50s. Having mental disorders in the late 50s Hi electroshock! And all the patriarchal oppression that upsets. Yes, patriarchy upsets. And here I put a lot of 50 years, but this novel does not lose its validity at all. I read what many write to me as a result of what I published and I know that in this novel they will be able to find as much as I found. Another day we go with the newspapers that are another madness. And I cut it here because whenever I talk about this I become intense, if not unbearable. I leave one of my favorite fragments: “I began to understand why women haters could make fun of them in such a way. The haters of women were like gods: invulnerable and full of power. They descended and then disappeared. You could never catch one. ” #sylviaplath

A shared publication by Florencia Kirchner (@florenciakf) on Feb 23, 2020 at 1:00 PST

Florencia Kirchner accompanied the post with a fragment of this great poet's book: “I began to understand why women haters could mock them in such a way. The haters of women were like gods: invulnerable and full of power. They descended and then disappeared. You could never catch one. "

Sylvia Plath took her own life by opening the gas tap at age 30. Plath was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1932 and died in 1963 in London. In 1982 he won a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for The Collected Poems . Ariel (1956) and El coloso and other poems (1960) stand out from his poetry books.

Days ago, Florencia K. had also joined from Instagram to the Green Action Day for the legalization of abortion in Argentina. The young filmmaker shared a poem and wrote: "Now that we no longer told neoliberalism, legal, safe and free abortion."

Since he created his Instagram account, last February 10, he has already praised Virginia Woolf's "On the disease" books; "The wild mountains", by Marisa Wagner; and "Autobiography of my mother", by Jamaica Kincaid.


Source: clarin

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