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August 2   -   ArtsJournal: music

Nobel Winner Svetlana Alexievich On Why She Writes About Women At War

"Everything we know about war we know with 'a man's voice.' We are all captives of 'men's' notions and 'men's' sense of war. 'Men's' words. Women are silent. No one but me ever questioned my grandmother. My mother. Even those who were at the front say nothing. If they suddenly begin to remember, they don't talk about the 'women's' war, but about the 'men's.'"


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