mmoui…

un prix Nobel de littérature joint ses couilles à son phallique stylo et donne son avis sur les auteurs femmes, un sujet tellement sensible – c’est le cas de le dire ! -, que j’ai touché hier. je suis trop petit pour m’exprimer sur la justesse de ses affirmations, mais en gentlemen bien éduqué je peux confirmer que ce n’est pas du tout poli ce qu’il ose dire, surtout à une époque où les chiennes de garde défendent férocement le politiquement correct:

“In an interview at the Royal Geographic Society on Tuesday about his career, Naipaul, who has been described as the “greatest living writer of English prose”, was asked if he considered any woman writer his literary match. He replied: “I don’t think so.” Of Austen he said he “couldn’t possibly share her sentimental ambitions, her sentimental sense of the world”.

He felt that women writers were “quite different”. He said: “I read a piece of writing and within a paragraph or two I know whether it is by a woman or not. I think [it is] unequal to me.”

The author, who was born in Trinidad, said this was because of women’s “sentimentality, the narrow view of the world”. “And inevitably for a woman, she is not a complete master of a house, so that comes over in her writing too,” he said.

He added: “My publisher, who was so good as a taster and editor, when she became a writer, lo and behold, it was all this feminine tosh. I don’t mean this in any unkind way.”

sapristi, en essayant de rester neutre, je me sens presque obligé de faire acte de bonne foi et de déclarer un artiste femme de mon classement personnel, qui dépasserait sa condition pour s’inscrire dans l’universalité. j’ai quelqu’un en tête, il me faut juste ramasser quelques infos, et je reviendrai dans quelques jours.

quant à VC Naipaul, vous avez le tout ici.

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un laureat Nobel pentru literatură își alătură testiculele (a se citi curajul) falicului său stilou și își dă cu părerea despre scriitoare, un subiect atât de sensibil – literalmente ! – pe care l-am abordat ieri. eu sunt prea mic pentru a aprecia justețea afirmațiilor sale, dar ca un gentleman bine educat pot confirma că nu este deloc politicos ceea ce spune, mai ales într-o epocă în care “cățelele de gardă” apără cu ferocitate politicul corect :

“In an interview at the Royal Geographic Society on Tuesday about his career, Naipaul, who has been described as the “greatest living writer of English prose”, was asked if he considered any woman writer his literary match. He replied: “I don’t think so.” Of Austen he said he “couldn’t possibly share her sentimental ambitions, her sentimental sense of the world”.

He felt that women writers were “quite different”. He said: “I read a piece of writing and within a paragraph or two I know whether it is by a woman or not. I think [it is] unequal to me.”

The author, who was born in Trinidad, said this was because of women’s “sentimentality, the narrow view of the world”. “And inevitably for a woman, she is not a complete master of a house, so that comes over in her writing too,” he said.

He added: “My publisher, who was so good as a taster and editor, when she became a writer, lo and behold, it was all this feminine tosh. I don’t mean this in any unkind way.”

fir-ar să fie, încercând să rămân neutru mă simt aproape obligat să dovedesc că sunt de credința cea bună și să declar o artistă din clasamentul meu personal, care și-a depășit condiția și s-a înscris pe orbita universalității. am deja pe cineva în minte, trebuie doar să mai adun câteva informații, și revin cu rezultatul.

cât despre VC Naipaul, iată conținutul integral al articolului aici.

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