The problem is that it is difficult to translate.
The government has once again made the right socially acceptable.
I do not fight against men, but against the system that is sexist.
I do not want to have the feeling of writing ""for eternity,"" so to speak.
My plays are made up of long monologues, which is similar to prose working with the language.
It could draw from a greater reservoir of freedom. The irony could develop an even greater ease.
I cannot stand public attention, I just can't. Of course, if I may I might write something instead.
I think isolation is one of the greatest problems, an ever-growing obstacle to political solidarity.
I would gladly do it but I am suffering from social phobia. I cannot manage being in a crowd of people.
Eroding solidarity paradoxically makes a society more susceptible to the construction of substitute collectives and fascisms of all kinds.