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Medal of Appreciation for Helena Kadare / Margariti: Among the few women who broke a taboo in the world of Albanian letters

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In the framework of the month of October dedicated to the book, the National Center for Books and Reading presents a medal of Gratitude to the writer Helena Kadare.

In the ceremony held on this occasion, Minister Margariti said that, “We are very grateful to Helena. "Because she is one of the few women who broke a taboo in the world of Albanian literature, dominated by men."

“We are grateful to him because, in a way, he sacrificed his dreams as a writer, to stand by the side of a great writer; as a muse, but also his first reader ", said Margariti.

"Behind every successful man, there is always an extraordinary woman hiding. "And Helena Kadare is one of those women who, as she herself testified in" Insufficient Time ", has not had an easy life at all", stressed Minister Margariti.

"Not only did he have to share the lottery of life with a great name in literature, but also to face all the fears, for the consequences that could come from his pen", said Margariti.

Thanking the writer Kadare for her courage, Margariti underlined that, “a Medal of Gratitude for her is too little!

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