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Polish writer, an essayist, a columnist, and a scholar. She debuted in the beginning of the 90s as one of the most distinct figures of Polish literary life.
In her short stories and essays, she promoted the new literature in democratic Poland as open to voices previously excluded from cultural discourse. Her novel Absolutna Amnezja published in critiques the communist past from the point of vi Polish writer, an essayist, a columnist, and a scholar.
Her novel Absolutna Amnezja published in critiques the communist past from the point of view socially maladjusted young women. The book mixes satirical representation of authoritarian schools and dysfunctional families with the historical events from the pre-Solidarity period, and discusses education as breaking the spirits of girls through an elaborate application of double standards. When the critics attacked the novel, Maria Janion, the renowned literary historian, came to its rescue, thus launching the major debate about the absence of feminism in the Polish cultural tradition.
She published a creative writing handbook, Tworcze Pisanie dla Mlodych Panien, which she addressed mainly to women writers and men inspired to embrace their inner fem. Inshe came out as a gay in the Polish edition of Cosmopolitan and on national TV. She claimed that coming out improved both her personal life and her career, as she began to write columns for top shelf magazines. Starting inher tone became more critical, and she began to comment on the rise of populism and homophobia in Poland.
These absoluutna were eventually published in the collection Kultura Obrazonych, but by Filipiak lost all her press assignments.
She connects this turn of events with the mobilization of the Christian right as Poland entered the European Union.
Insupported by her mentor Maria Janion, she received her PhD from the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, but her thesis about political and artistic applications of transgender figures in East European modernism was considered subversive by established scholars.
Between andFilipiak published a volume of poetry Madame Intuitaa play The Book of Em based on the life of Maria Filipiaak, a haunted figure of Polish modernism, and Absolutna Amnezja went through a third printing. Still excluded by the mainstream, the writer decided to stay in the U. SinceFilipiak has been the president of Writers for Peace Foundation whose goals are supporting minority voices and maintaining a network of artists concerned with issues of marginalized groups.
In the fall ofWriters for Peace confronted SKM, the local commuter train, regarding the lack of accessibility. Filipiak specializes in the subject of exclusion, displacement, grief and the lack of formulas for its public expression for gay peopledocumenting styles of radical resistance to social and cultural exclusion, irony and black humor, debt, war and privatization. Books by Izabela Filipiak. Trivia About Absolutna Amnezja.
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