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I find musings that relate to gender very interesting. She suggested this author to me, and now I look forward to reading him as well. Mircea Cartarescu is quite a famous writer in Romania and he has a lot of fans. Probably his most famous song which bears the name of his beloved has survived and you can femwile to it here:.
I really liked this book up to the last story. Great review as always.
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lubim May 21, at 3: That would be great, Bellezza. Understanding up to a point, that is. May 16, at I loved the Cristian Vasile song. Glad to know that there is an English translation of the book.
I found minute 4.
This is certainly a great book and one I recommend. I wonder what the English translation of this book is like. Even if one does not agree, as you pointed out regarding some outdated ideas here, I think that the ideas and stereotypes themselves are often fascinating.
Mircea Cartarescu is quite famous in Cartarezcu. Imbued with the air of a long gone era — some of them take place during the communist regime that ended in — I found myself laughing at some of the expressions I found nearly impossible to translate.
Carturescu sees women as candid beings, sensual, sometimes difficult to understand but always great to be loved.
May 14, at 4: May 16, at 8: You can find the English translation by following this link. That book sounds fascinating, Delia! Maybe you can find the book on Amazon. If you do read it please let me know. His name, however, stuck jircea my head and I decided to start small. I enjoyed this book — his writing can be poetic at times — and I look forward to read more of his books in the future.
There are some stories that are not that personal — Zaraza is one of them. Why We Love Women was the perfect size.
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. According to the author, this is a ibim story that happened in when Bucharest was caught in the grip of war and the nightlife was luxurious, loud and tumultuous.
Ally always has such good ideas for challenges! Two famous singers vied for public attention, Femeiile Vasile si Zavaidoc.
May 18, at 1: I would love to read it. June 5, at The last essay in the book is an ode to women everywhere.
Mircea Cartarescu – Why We Love Women (De ce iubim femeile)
This one sounds particularly fascinating. I agree, this kind of writing is always interesting and entertaining. They were rivals and both under the protection of local gangs.
The Woman in Black. Leave this field empty. Thank you for this extensive review. I enjoy the Mlrcea links too. I quite enjoyed this one. Sounds like a fascinating read, Delia. I love this review, and plan on reading for the challenge myself.