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Julia Kristeva
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    (June 24, 1941- )
    Born in Sliven, Bulgaria
    Author of 'Revolution in Poetic Language,' 'About Chinese Women,' 'Black Sun,' 'Powers of Horror,' 'Strangers to Ourselves,' 'Hatred and Forgiveness,' 'Murder in Byzantium,' and 'The Old Man and the Wolves'
    She smokes.
    Although she's identified with French intellectuals, she was born in Bulgaria.
    Her work is densely written and incomprehensible.
    Her book 'About Chinese Women' was criticized for being ethnocentric.
    She was one of the few female intellectuals in France's Left Bank of the 1960s.
    She is considered an important feminist theorist.
    She studied linguistics and psychoanalysis.
    She criticized political correctness.
    She writes detective novels.

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