Thursday, October 14, 2004

On the Other Hand...
Newly Nobel-ed Elfriede Jelinek was chosen for consistenly challenging the political and sexual status quo in her work, writes Jeff Guinn of the Star-Telegram. The one thing Jelinek has in common with other Nobel Literature winners is that she has devoted her art to challenging and skewering the political status quo. Jelinek used recurring themes of sexual subjugation to mirror political oppression.

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