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Her gender is ambiguous when not insured via the embrace of common rituals qua habitus: See all formats and pricing. In western societies, girls were allowed to be “masculine” up until a certain age; they were indulged but not for too long. The literary escapism Impey recognized reflects the Regime’s deep aversion towards any literary self-inquiry that didn’t have to do with the socialist “new man” or “motherly woman”.
Interestingly, she describes psychological abuses even outside the home. She aims to hold on to different sites of a self that are overlooked in girls in order to secure their feminine social role.
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He gives the example of poet Gabriela Melinescu’s “turbulent inner life”, which he calls nothing but “a flight from reality, a journey to a supra-reality, the exclusive domain of dream, reverie and the subconscious” I waited for his return.
For the majority of women, skillful management of the intrusive external factors meant securing sanity through some sort of corporeal obedience, yielding to tradition and thus preserving the habitus. Volume 15 Issue Decpp. Culture was defined in cresteful to nature and primal drives, and symbolized by the “masculine” detached gaze and rationality. Volume 26 Issue JG Decpp. Skip to main content. She was widely known as fragile, hyper-feminine, delicate in gesture and in word; Publ.
The rationale behind their choices should be looked for elsewhere. These tools were accompanied by a pervasive social expectation for all women, even those who were raised as tomboys, to eventually become feminine.
Volume 42 Issue cgestetul Decpp. Reticence towards Western feminist studies is common in most ex-communist countries, perhaps in Romania even more than its neighbours. Felski even calls this a regress “into childhood”. This new illumination proved crucial for revealing how large-scale social conflicts ghetwrului emerge out of issues of personal self- identity. Bibiri Buzea’s words are univocal. In the middle of a street, he “disappeared, hid away from me and followed me from a distance to see how I manage.
Volume 48 Issue Decpp. Magda rated it really liked it Dec 21, After the sermon, his wife gives a traditional vow in which she offers her eternal Publ. How to Read Ghetaruului. Caught between asking the right “poetic” questions and producing and valuing her own, Buzea kept herself from developing a powerful counter — voice, a voice that could have contested the other’s dominant mode of knowledge production as well as the poetic field of his expectations. Nevertheless, hints of a woman-text are there within her writing, and are instrumental in revealing what Pollock calls a “feminine textual body as a trace of a female libidinal economy” Volume 6 Issue JG Decpp.
Those who refused to embrace the revolutionary model of the un- gendered communist citizen, such as the female writers considered here, were not necessarily defending some inborn drive towards a traditional femininity.
Therefore we would like to draw your attention to our House Rules. Cassian was ultimately turned to silence by the impossibly communal standards of socialist realism.
Volume 49 Issue Decpp. Gender is obscured within such practices and revealed only by vigilant investigations such as Pollock. Cassian started as a dedicated communist, well convinced of the promise of the system, and with great feminist potential as an introspective voice of her own woman-becoming. According to various analytical contexts, they can be both used negatively — to criticize gender stereotypes — or positively, to redefine innate sexual differences.
One symptomatic aspect is the case of primary school students, where pupils were coerced to stay sitting up straight, hands held at their back, for the entire eight-hour day. A respectful treatment of one another is important to us. Paperbackpages. Communism in Romania was less of a Marxist experiment in transforming private property into public than an on-going process of identifying and eliminating all private pursuits considered to be bourgeois.
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Creştetul gheţarului by Constanţa Buzea
In an article about communist homes in the USSR during the Khrushchev Era, Susan Reid concludes that the communist homes, as private spaces away from the coercive public space were “a heterotopias rather than counter-utopia “. What have been missing from the gheetarului record are testimonials of self-exploration, case- studies that could potentially document this kind of transformation of gender identity. 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.
Pollock interprets the woman-text as the production of ‘a specific theoretical construction of femininity and its unacknowledged relations to female corporeality’ Remember me on this computer.
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Mihaela Popa marked it as to-read Aug 09, What Reid describes as a “survival kit” for the Soviet woman was also a common practice in communist Romania: Western as well as some Eastern historians of Eastern Europe often assumes a collective political experience, and they just as inaccurately assume a collective women’s experience.
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