Monday, March 21, 2016

Ebba Witt-Brattström | Century love war – Göteborgs-Posten

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Ebba Witt-Brattström

Century love war


when the men consumed when they disclose themselves and their close, dismissed female author’s work as something dirty and ugly. But Ebba Witt Bratt’s Century love war for women’s struggle a step forward in the history of the world, writes Hanna Jedvik.

They hang out and spikes up to public view. There are allegations that women writers have to endure when they write omission of life and relationships. Additionally hails ridicule and accusations of revenge of the women writers who refuse to remain silent and bite the bullet. Just look at Martina Haag and Carina Rydberg and how they have been forced to explain themselves in public about how they write their novels about betrayal and power struggle completely different needs than those spelled vindictiveness and malice. In some cases, dismissed these women writers even as the mentally ill, as in Maja Lundgren’s case in connection with the hullabaloo surrounding her The mosquitoes and tigers .

When we heard similar reasoning on August Strindberg and Karl Ove Knaus Farm? Much has been said about these men, but rarely have they had to respond to allegations of retaliation in connection with their författarskap.Snarare there seems to be consensus that these men are making a big sacrifice when they expose themselves and their loved the arts. In world literature, which had been so much poorer without their stories. It is certainly not difficult to agree with. Without poetry and prose that twist and turn private relations had our literary canon has become unaccustomed thin and anemic. Inadequate even.

Problems occur when it dismissed as something dirty, ugly and shameful when women writers leave out themselves and the men they live with. A well-known and almost worn out, but still grateful, comparison of how unequally female and male authors treated the comparison between Kerstin Thorvall The most forbidden and Ulf Lundell Jack . Two novels that were published the same year, but got very different treatment of critics. The male genius is against the horny old woman. “The skirt rides up and down, up and down. Say what you want about Kerstin Thorvall, but lazy is she not,” as the newspaper Expressen critics Björn Nilsson so wittily formulated in the now widely-cited review of The most forbidden in 1976.

All this is literature professor Ebba Witt-Brattström course acutely aware of when their turn has now come for her to take a seat in the dock in the history of literature. This, in conjunction with the debut novel by Century love war . Ebba Witt-Brattström defend themselves against accusations of revenge and waving stubbornly away speculations that her lyrical story would portray her and ex-husband, who is also the Academy member Horace Engdahl marriage.

Of course, it is to reduce this agonizing romance with let it be about two people’s private inferno. Ebba Witt-Brattström know what she does when she, clearly influenced by Märta Tikkanen’s Century Love Story writes himself into a litterär- and feminist tradition with his novel about a relational power struggle and fall. If the oppression that takes all the way into the bedroom.

The novel He is a member of the Board. Priggish, inflated and narcissistic. Stiff. Refusing psychotherapy in fear of being exposed and stripped. Naked. The fear that he’ll get in touch with their inner child, who has never grown up, is greater than the fear of losing their loved one.

she works at the Ministry. Have successively supplied them both, works hard and is supported in public. But at home she never recognized that she has longed for in their pursuit and believe in equality, partnership and intellectual exchange. For it is he that defines what formation is. It is he to lecture her, not vice versa. It is needless to say that it’s his missions that are the finest and most important. Her feminist ideology, he looks down on, even despise. In this way he kicks effectively in all that she is. A kick tearing up the wounds that constantly rub in the heart root. He is also a misogynist and oppressive in every way possible. Call her pussy no less than six times in the novel’s rushing rampage.

Century love war is a dance of death of a marriage last twitches. The love that once a band spouses together have long since been replaced in contempt and harsh words. There is no room for reconciliation and mistreatment is a fact.

Today saw my sister

The bruises

in the bath.

Whether it is physical or psychological is legal. It is the soul’s bruises that take the longest to blur. The humiliation it means to be neither respected or loved by those who should always be close by your side bores its way under the skin. Yet it is she who bear the shame of a marriage cases. Just as the author himself is now being held accountable when the novel reaches the public. Just as Esther Nilsson Lena Andersson’s Unauthorised procedure and Without personal responsibility must bear the shame of Hugo Rask and Olof Sten’s sense of indifference and emotional impairments, is also the romance female protagonist, and its author, accountable for Culture the man’s shortcomings. she keep up the facade and glosses over. Take responsibility for the relationship to women learned way.

Ebba Witt-Brattström writes in the dialogue with the history of literature and weave quotes and references to writers such as Moa Martinson, Emily Brontë, Elin Wagner, Sonja Åkesson, Edith and Life Strömquist to name a handful. But also said August Strindberg and Karl Ove Knaus Farm will give its echo in the the Century love war . Similarly, Soren Kierkegaard, Samuel Beckett and Bob Dylan space while he and sounds of war metaphors about love fall like snowflakes at his wife’s feet. Not to speak of his easy-generating ideas about sex life and love.

She said:

I light not

when you need me to say:

“give me your dick Monsieur.”

the fragmentary lyrical prose makes the novel a painful, sincere and true portrayal of the heterosexual parrelationens hopelessness. It is undoubtedly a feminist and that of the woman’s struggle to redress a step forward in the history of the world. Obviously, it is no coincidence. Of course, this Ebba Witt- Bratt’s ambition. And she moves her project at the port with the honor. This is a novel that lingers long.

In the mind and in historiography.


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