‘A Martyr of Art’: ‘Staging’ Eleni Altamura’s Life”

 
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2016 (EN)
‘A Martyr of Art’: ‘Staging’ Eleni Altamura’s Life”

Pipinia, Ioulia

The article discusses the ways Eleni Altamura is portrayed in the texts written by three Greek women writers: Kallirhoe Parren, Athina Tarsouli and Rhea Galanaki. Although spread over a long period of time and different in form and purpose, all three narratives are critical in unveiling Eleni’s life for they explore and construct Eleni’s identities by focusing on performative and theatrical features. The interest, furthermore, these women artists and novelists have shown on the historical figure and their attempt to narrate or rewrite her story maps, as I aim to illustrate, the developments but also the limitations of feminist thought and women’s writing in Greece during the past century; for, as I argue, Altamura’s uncommon attitude and choices are faded away while the dramatization of her sufferings, as a wife and a mother, often set the canvas to the representation of her life.

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Eleni Altamoura
Tarsouli
Βιογραφία
Galanaki
Ταρσούλη
Biography
Παρρέν
Parren
Gender
Φύλο
Ελένη Αλταμούρα
Γαλανάκη

Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης (EL)
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (EN)

English

2016
2016-09-27T08:56:12Z


Kadın Eserleri Kütüphanesi ve Bilgi Merkezi Vakfı Yayınları / Women’s Library and Information Center Foundation, Istanbul
Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης, Σχολή Καλών Τεχνών, Τμήμα Θεάτρου

Writing Women's Lives: Auto/Biography, Life Narratives, Myths and Historiography, International Symposium Paper Book, vol.44 [2016] p.603-609
info:doi/Επιμέλεια:Birsen Talay Keşoğlu, Leyla Şimşek Rathke
urn:ISBN:9789759237813

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