(Un)happy love; Nina Sadur; woman and man; feminism
Rusycystyczne Studia Literaturoznawcze, T. 21 (2011), s. 102-120
The writing of Nina Sadur includes interesting portraits of women, who want to love and
being loved, because only thanks to love they can fell true happiness. Love — the biggest worth and sense of their life, even if it’s (un)happy, causes pain and suffering. In the article
there are considered pieces, which show exactly that women.
The problem of mutual relations between women and men, where women always are the
victims of love for men, is here also touched upon. This situation is a base for meditations on
the topic of feminisation of the author’s writing, in which there is undeniably notable a womanly
element. It is also an attempt to consider the writer’s attitude towards men, cause she presents
her heros mostly in dark colours.