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Maybe you can find the book on Amazon. The last essay in the book is an ode to women everywhere. After she was cremated, he stole her ashes and ate them one spoon at a time, then tried to kill himself by drinking a toxic substance. His name, however, stuck in my head and I decided to start small.
This entry was posted in Challenges. Understanding up to a point, that is. This is certainly a great book and one I recommend.
They were rivals and both under the protection of local gangs. She suggested this author to me, and now I look forward to reading him as well.
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It would be great to see what you make of it. Glad to know that there is an English translation of the book. I really liked this book up to the last story. I wonder what the English translation of this book is like.
Romanian sounds a little bit like Russian. June 1, at Great review as always.
Editions of De ce iubim femeile by Mircea Cărtărescu
He killed his lover instead, the famous Gypsy woman Zaraza. He survived, lost his voice and kept on living, a broken man who made his living as a stagehand in a theatre, nearly voiceless and forgotten.
Murcea agree, this kind of writing is always interesting and entertaining. There are some stories that are not that personal — Zaraza is one of them. Leave this field empty. That would be great, Bellezza. Mircea Cartarescu is quite a famous writer in Romania and he has a lot of fans. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
Mircea Cartarescu – Why We Love Women (De ce iubim femeile)
Budapest, Bucharest, it sounds a bit similar, I know. Your email address will not be published. Strangely enough, a few days after finishing the book I found out about Romanian Writers Challenge hosted by Snow Feathers and thought this was too much of a coincidence.
May 16, at 8: He was born in 56, you say, and I was born in 61, so I should be femelie to relate to him well. May 24, at I find musings that relate to gender very interesting. Caftarescu Cartarescu is quite famous in Romania. I would love to read it.
June 9, at 9: Even if one does not agree, as you pointed out regarding some outdated ideas here, I think that the ideas and stereotypes themselves are often fascinating. I enjoy the Youtube links too. Thank you for this extensive review. I also loved the second video in which the author reads from the book. That book sounds fascinating, Delia!
I loved the Cristian Vasile song. I enjoyed this book — his writing can be poetic at times — and I look forward to read more of his books in the future. May 21, at 3: This one sounds particularly fascinating.
I love this review, and plan on reading for the challenge myself. You can find the English translation by following this link.