A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women —By Siri Hustvedt

Politics and Feminism

Rating: 5 out of 5.

There is an unbalance between the scientific field and the literary field. The literary world has always been considered inferior. Maybe it is because its association with the feminine. But why are the sciences regarded as hard and masculine and the arts and the humanities regarded as soft and feminine? And within both the scientific world and the literary word, why are male scientist and writers preferred, more trusted, over women? And why if the literary world is considered a female science, writer women are always discriminated as less intelligent and less articulated than male writers? This is what Siri Hustvedt is good for. To spot the biases that go unnoticed to some of us. Hustvedt has accurately pointed to several misogynist aspects in the arts and the sciences.

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What I loved- By Siri Hustvedt

Book Reviews

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Siri Hustvedt shows how multifaceted she is in this book. This not come as a surprise, as she has always said that she has made several working papers and studies in psychology and psychiatry. And she demonstrates her knowledge in this field in What I love. This is a wonderful book, where a fine writing gets mixed with an unbelievable story. A story that goes deep down into the characters, exploring love, divorce, art, mental health and grief.

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List of Books I Read on 2020 -Many More to Come!

Book Reviews

In English:

  • Big Magic -Elizabeth Gilbert
  • The Moons of Jupiter -Alice Munro
  • What I loved -Siri Hustvedt
  • A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women -Siri Hustvedt
  • To Kill a Mockingbird -Harper Lee
  • When We Were Orphans -Kasuo Ishiguro
  • A Gentleman in Moscou -Amor Towles
  • Little Fires Everywhere -Celeste Ng
  • The Happiness Project -Gretchen Rubin
  • The Great Gatsby -F. Scott Fitzgerald
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