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Lettera a un bambino mai nato Read ✓ 109 ✓ Published by Rizzoli in 1975 Letter to a Child Never Born was uickly translated and sold in twenty seven countries becoming an extraordinary world success It is the tragic monologue of a woman speaking with the child she carries in her womb This letter confronts the burning theme of abortion Be born at allLetter to a Child Never Born touches on the real meaning of being a woman the power to give life or not When the book begins the protagonist is upset after learning she is pregnant She knows nothing about the child except that this creature depends totally and uniuely on her own choices The creation of another person directly within one’s own body is a very shocking thing The sense of responsibility is h. One of the most profoundly sad books I've ever read Letter to a Child Never Born is a deeply personal conversation between a woman and her unborn child You might call it a monologue but to me it feels like a dialogue even if the child this 'letter' is directed to is still a fetus The way Fallaci addresses the child makes it seem all too real Yes the fetus doesn't directly answer the mother but one can feel there is a bond a bond that grows as the novel progresses Isn't pregnancy one of the greatest mysteries of life Surely there are many bonds that tie a mother to her child One might call this book an epistolary novel as it is as the title implies written as a letter from a woman to her unborn child I've called it a written dialogue but I don't think it really matters how we classify it what matter is that it is an exceptional novel Clearly the book is in many ways autobiographical I've just called it a deeply personal book but it is a also a philosophical one It uestions life gender roles personal responsibility and freedom abortion and parenting It speaks of difficult topics with intelligence honesty and bravery It speaks of what is like to be a woman A woman that loves her job that is passionate about her writing and that is afraid to give up her artistic freedom because of pregnancy Letter To a Child Never Born is a personal tale but it is also a philosophical discussion With so many ideas thrown around discussed it detail and explained with elouence at times it seems like a collection of essayist writing and yet it remains a personal story of an unplanned pregnancy It's a brilliant novel in the every sense of the word Beautifully written sensitive and sensible recount of what it feels like to be a woman I remember seeing some documentary in which it was mentioned that some Italian feminist have accused Fallaci of speaking against abortion but that is not what this book is about uite on the contrary it could even be called a feminist novel as it can easily be placed within the context of seventies feminism It was written in a time when feminism still made sense not like today when it sadly seems to be about accusing men for everything then about empowering women Anyhow this book is no pamphlet and it's certainly neither pro or anti abortion At one point Fallaci even asks the uestion whether we have the right to bring any child into this world of suffering Does any child ask to be born In reality this is a book that speaks of the complex issues and isn't afraid to ask difficult uestions The story of a young professional unmarried woman struggling with a difficult decision of whether or not to keep her child is not dated Life will always present us with difficult choices One way or another parenting is always a complex subject Sometimes not becoming a parent is not a choice but an unfortunate accident or a result of health problems Still the existential uestions of parenting are always there even if we are not fortunate to realize ourselves as parents There is always guilt and self uestioning both for parents and childless adults In this book the pregnant woman possibly the author herself feels herself shunned by society uestioned by her gynecologist but in reality all that is secondary Perhaps becoming a mother is most often a deeply personal choice Perhaps it is never an easy oneI felt that this book captures wonderfully all the complexities of being a woman It's intelligent brave and emotional It was the second book by Fallaci that I have read It's been years since I read it but I remember it so clearly Letter to a Child Never Born is a powerful pregnancy tale is there ever was one I would recommend it to every adult person

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Uge; it is a heavy burden that gives life to endless reflections from the origin of our existence to the shame of our selfishness If the child could choose would he prefer to be born to grow up and to suffer or would he return to the joyful limbo from which he came A woman’s freedom and individuality are also challenged by a newborn should she renounce her freedom her job and her choice What should she do at this point. 355Currently in the United States a corpse has rights to its parts than a living person capable of giving birth has to theirs That statement is capable of making a great deal of people very angry some blab on about the corpse some others about the sanctity of life still others on the fact that I used person capable of giving birth rather women as if the solution to social justice is to go full circle right back to defining human beings by what is assumed to be their genitals In regards to person the documentary Seahorse exists for those who aren't committed to a life of bad faith and sealioning about In regards to the sanctity of life until cops prisons and military industrial complexes in every country act like that's actually a thing that phrase is a weapon not a commandment In regards to the corpse what exactly do US denizens think the pink dot on some people's driver's licenses is all about In any case coming to this work as someone on birth control for health reasons unrelated to sexual matters and who would gladly give her womb to someone who desired the capability to bear their own children I'm not looking for any future guidance on a hypothetical scenario Rather same as always I'm continuing the pursuit of building an understanding of comprehensive euity this time in the realm of an issue that straddles concerns of faith drugs healthcare individual human rights eugenics rape culture white supremacy classism environmental justice misogyny transphobia and the kyriarchy as a whole I handle Fallaci's words with a grain of salt due to the tone she takes in her other writings but all things considered this work has a monumental bang for its buck and it could stand to be ten times popular so long as it was read as critically as such subject matter demandsUnsurprisingly Fallaci touched on many issues nearly half a century ago that many pretend were only newly seriously considered in the last five years The relationship between a government's interest in human breeding programs and its military schemes; the socially abusive dimorphism that subjects around one in every 1000 infants to invasive surgery to ensure that the defenseless beings 'fit' and no I'm not talking about FGM; the ways in which the uestions of money class communal chance and the slot machine of internal genetic recombination combined with external environment combined with so much else that ultimately determines the existence or non existence of any given live birth Complicated no So let's reduce it to the manageable scale of my own personal experiences A first miscarriage preceded and a second miscarriage succeeded my own birth the first was possibly influenced by a skinniness of frame and a family history of drug dependence on both sides the second likely due to hemolytic incompatibility between fetus and womb caused by a chance combination of blood types In my darkest moments I've thought with not uite an insignificant amount of good reason that the best thing that could have happened to me was that I had died in childbirth and taken the carrier with me Who is the sinner and who is the sinned against Who was granted freedom and who was reduced to another notch in the great chain Ponderous uestions no You're afraid to get into it without having actually experienced it yes Hm Imagine thatA dialectic spawns a dialectic spawns a dialectic and if you're working with the aim of being 'done' at some far flung point you're doing it wrong I appreciate the sheer multitude of jumping off points Fallaci provided but her glib remark about 'homosexuals' leading to the end of the human race is a perfect shibboleth for how comfortably she centers herself in the larger EuroNeo Euro scene of literary normalcy throughout this work not to mention that huge amount of potentially radfem enabling material Admittedly it would be a lot longer for it but there's nothing like a commonly held as taboo issue for necessitating a near infinite multiplicity of viewpoints and the fact that Fallaci's is so highly rated on this site makes it a double edged sword Some folks are working towards the humane liberation of all while some just want to be the ones to newly own the whip and Fallaci made the transition from hinting at the former to consolidating in the latter so thoroughly by the end of her life that if she were alive today she wouldn't value at all the father who lovingly carried his child to term And so the uestion is ripped apart anew and while abortions are advocated in order to avoid disabled children and incestuous sexual assault falls under the absolutism of 'pro life' I pick and choose my health insurance on the basis of whether my access to life sustaining drugs will be restricted And if you should be a person with heart and brains I certainly won't be among those who will insist that you behave one way or another—as a male or female I don't know what the universal answer is with regards to humans giving birth I don't think there is one

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Lettera a un bambino mai natoPublished by Rizzoli in 1975 Letter to a Child Never Born was uickly translated and sold in twenty seven countries becoming an extraordinary world success It is the tragic monologue of a woman speaking with the child she carries in her womb This letter confronts the burning theme of abortion and the meaning of life by asking difficult uestions Is it fair to impose life even if it means suffering Would it be better not to. Lettera a un Bambino Mai Nato Letter to a Child Never Born Oriana FallaciLetter to a Child Never Born 1975 is a novel by Italian author and journalist Oriana Fallaci It is written as a letter by a young professional woman Fallaci herself to the fetus she carries in utero; it details the woman's struggle to choose between a career she loves and an unexpected pregnancy explaining how life works with examples of her childhood and warning himher about the unfairness of the world The English translation was first published in 1976 At the end of both the English and Italian version the woman has a miscarriageعنوانها «نامه به کودکی که هرگز زاده نشد مترجمها خانمها و آقایان زویا گوهرین؛ یغما گلرویی؛ داود نوایی؛ مهین ایرانپرست؛ فاطمه امینی؛ محمدزمان غفوریان؛ فاطمه ابراهیمی؛ محمدصادق سبط الشیخ؛ عباس زارعی؛ سینا آزاد؛ غلامرضا امامی تبریزی؛ مونیکا سمیع زاده، لیلا مصدق»، «نامه به کودکی که هرگز متولد نشد مترجم خانم ویدا مشفق»؛ «برای کودک زاده نشده مترجم خانم زربانو سپهر»؛ «نامه به کودکی که هرگز به دنیا نیامد مترجم آقای داود نوایی»؛ «به کودکی که هرگز زاده نشد، مترجم آقای مانی ارژنگی»؛ نویسنده اوریانا فالاچی؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز نخست از ماه آوریل سال 1972میلادی به پایان آمدعنوان نامه به کودکی که هرگز زاده نشد؛ نویسنده اوریانا فالاچی؛ مترجم زویا گوهرین؛ انتشارات نگاه؛ سال نشر 1355؛عنوان به کودکی که هرگز زاده نشد؛ مترجم مانی ارژنگی؛ تهران، امیرکبیر، 1355؛عنوان نامه به کودکی که هرگز زاده نشد؛ مترجم مهین ایران پرست؛و ترجمه های بسیار دیگر؛نقل از متن امشب پی بردم که وجود داری بسان قطره‌ ای از زندگی، که از هیچ جاری باشد؛ با چشم باز، در ظلمت محض دراز کشیده بودم، که ناگهان در دل تاریکی، جرقه‌ ای از آگاهی و اطمینان، درخشید؛ آری، تو آنجا بودی؛ وجود داشتی؛ گویی تیری به قلبم خورده بود؛ و وقتی صدای نامرتب و پر هیاهوی ضربانش را، باز شنیدم، احساس کردم تا خرخره، در گودال وحشتناکی از تردید و وحشت، فرو رفته‌ ام؛ سعی کن بفهمی ؛ من از دیگران نمی‌ترسم؛ با دیگران کاری ندارم؛ از خدا هم نمی‌ترسم؛ به این حرفها اعتقادی ندارم؛ از درد هم نمی‌ترسم؛ ترس من از توست؛ از تو که سرنوشت، وجودت را از هیچ ربود، و به جدار بطن من چسباند؛ هر چند همیشه انتظارت را کشیده‌ ام، هیچگاه آمادگی پذیرایی از تو را نداشته‌ ام، و همیشه این پرسش وحشتناک، برایم مطرح بوده است نکند دوست نداشته باشی به دنیا بیایی؟ نکند نخواهی زاده شوی؟ نکند روزی به سرم فریاد بکشی که «چه کسی از تو خواسته بود مرا به دنیا بیاوری؟ چرا مرا درست کردی؟ چرا؟»؛ پایان نقلراستش را بخواهید، نوجوان که بودم، بارها با پرخاش، از پدر روانشادم، همین پرسش را پرسیده بودم، و هنوز اکنون نیز، همین پرسش را دارم؛ آنروزها، که ایشان شرمسار بودند، و پاسخی نداشتند؛ امید که بودنمان مفید باشد؛ کتاب را نخستین بار، در سال 1355هجری خورشیدی، با عنوان «به کودکی که هرگز زاده نشد»، برگردان جناب آقای «مانی ارژنگی»، موسسه انتشارات «امیرکبیر» چاپ کرده بود؛ که آن را خواندم؛ دومین ترجمه ی کتاب، با عنوان «نامه به کودکی که هرگز متولد نشد»، توسط بانو «ویدا مشفق»، به فارسی ترجمه شد، و انتشارات «جاویدان» آنرا در سال 1355هجری خورشیدی، منتشر کرد؛ و در سال 1382هجری خورشیدی نیز، جناب «یغما گلرویی»، ترجمه ی چهارم از این کتاب را، به سرانجام رساندند، و انتشارات «دارینوش» آنرا چاپ کرد؛داستان با زاویه دید اول شخص، و در قالب نامه‌ ای از راوی داستان «یک زن جوان»، که گویا خود بانو «اوریانا فالاچی» باشند، به جنینی که در رحم خود، باردار بوده است، و هرگز زاده نشدند، نگاشته شده، تا فرزند نازاده‌ اش را، از مصیبت‌های دنیا، و بی‌رحمی آن آگاه کند؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 13061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی