Dame Hilary Mantel states that he intends to acquire Irish citizenship and “become European again” and escape the “shame” of living under the current government.
In an extensive question and answer session with the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, two-time Booker Prize-winning Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he “should not be in public” and was “confused” by the popularity of the monarchy. I made it clear.
Regarding Home Secretary’s approach to immigration by Priti Patel, she said:
“It’s embarrassing, and of course, I’m ashamed to live in the country that elected this government and allow it to be led.”
Dame Hillary also came to defend fellow writer JK Rowling following a controversy over her view of transgender rights. She called the attack on Rolling “unjustice and shameful,” adding that “it is barbaric for the minority to direct public discourse and scare those who disagree with it.”
The 69-year-old writer talked about a recent incident in which the university “misunderstood” her as “they” rather than “she.” “Being a woman makes a lot of sense to me,” she said. “I don’t want to confiscate my femininity in print.”
She revealed that she would write and complain until her husband persuaded her to forgive her mistakes.
Wolf Hall’s authors also criticized the government for “declining the country’s status” due to recent cuts in foreign aid budgets.
She said she had met Boris Johhnson many times, adding: And I’m sure he knows it. “
Dame Hilary’s autobiography, “Giving Up the Ghost,” is now published in Italy, and she told interviewer Antonello Guerrera that writing it could open up about endometriosis.
She described the condition as “destroying my life.” He added that he didn’t want children when he was young, but now he is anxious for his grandchildren.
The author, who was born in Derbyshire but had an Irish immigrant grandparent, said: I want to go back to my family and become an Irish citizen.
“I feel I need to pack my bag and become European again.”