Opinion: Waiting for the barbarians, or why fairytales get censored in Lithuania (II)
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Opinion: Waiting for the barbarians, or why fairytales get
censored in Lithuania (II)
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Rima Bertašavičiūtė 2014 august 9 d. 11:45

In the fairy tale book Amber Heart by Neringa Dangvydė
addresses “the twilight zone":same-sex marriage,
shifting identities, social exclusion taking place in front
of our eyes (or carried out by us ourselves). Those things
are still awkward to speak of; they are difficult to find
the right words for, as well as a fitting place in the
discourse.

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https://en.delfi.lt/archive/article.php?id=65512540

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