Cixous on France

by | 8 Nov 2010

The Guardian have posted a brief interview with Hélène Cixous. In it she describes beautifully a symptom: The main theatre of the Sorbonne, with the portraits of  men all along the walls – the institutions past. Then at the far end of the room, a ‘silhouette of light’, an allegory of justice apparently – ‘woman’. She then goes on to talk about current French politics.

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