Gabriela Adameșteanu [Ebook kindle] Dimineaţă pierdută


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    FBC RvINTRODUCTION 2011 has had some very successful nostalgia books like The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach w

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    This was or less a torture It starts really good a colourful street language and the author made a great job by writing the spoken language creating authenticity And the character Madam Dalca What also received a star is the journal part 3 of the book where you awake or the author awakes afer sleeping for 100 pages so there are my two starsThe book wants to be a an introspective book some concept about the diff

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    As long as I avoided writing a review for this work it had to be done because Gabriela Adameșteanu's Wasted Mo

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    I'm looking forward to the English translation so all my non Romanian friends can read it

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    To say this was one of the best books I've read this year would be an understatement; this is certainly one of the best books I've everWasted Morning is one of those wonderful novels that at first seem unprepossessing and ye

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    Not so much for my taste Why? Too much political topics too big of a distance between the social classes and the way they talked which for me it was far fetched I guess GA wanted to emphasize this by the words they used in their discussions t

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    I had to read this because it is a major work of Romanian literature I have read it in both Romanian and in English The lives depict

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    Dimineata Pierduta by Gabriela Adamesteanu“Not thrilling but nice”This was a very popular work in its dayI do not know about now but considering the reduced appetite for reading its number of readers is certa

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    Have you ever found yourself in an old woman’s head? This book is a wonderful chance for this Madam Delca’s stream of consciousness is like a sock being knitted with four needles slightly monotonous slow and repetetive I keep thinking ‘I’ve already read this sentence’ But isn’t it exactly how we think? We tu

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    A very well written very unpleasant read inhabited by repugnant but painfully believable characters are our thoughts really this obsessive repetitive and trivial? Are we such double tongued spineless creatures always pretending gossiping or plain lying? Are we only thinking about money social status and the many short comings of our peers and sex? The least unlikeable character for me was Stefan Mironescu sti

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Dimineaţă pierdută

Rotagonisti” Monica Lovinescu„ Dimineata pierduta romanul inceput in 1976 dar la care am lucrat intens intre 1979 si 1983 mi a oferit sansa sa traiesc in doua lumi imaginare cea a constituirii dramatice si totusi pline de speranta a Romaniei moderne incepind de prin 1914 si cea a distrugerii ei continue din 1944 pina spre. Not so much for my taste Why Too much political topics too big of a distance between the social classes and the way they talked which for me it was far fetched I guess GA wanted to emphasize this by the words they used in their discussions the bourgeoisie an abundance of French words or derived from French and the lower class archaic word and insults To me it was a bit of a waste of time except for the first and the last part who were a bit animated and colorful

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„Este intr adevar un roman generos cu cititorul il implica direct lasindu l in principiu sa si aleaga perspectiva din care l va citi dupa cum o va prefera pe aceea a unui personaj sau a altuia dar nu l deruteaza nici o clipa viziunea de ansamblu nefiind in fond relativizata ci adaugita completata de versiunile diferitilor p. This was or less a torture It starts really good a colourful street language and the author made a great job by writing the spoken language creating authenticity And the character Madam Dalca What also received a star is the journal part 3 of the book where you awake or the author awakes afer sleeping for 100 pages so there are my two starsThe book wants to be a an introspective book some concept about the differences between 1914 when King Carol I was in charge and 1960 or something with the communists You have to know some history to understand some stuff in this book but even if you don t it is not too bad You haven t surpassed the main plot because there is no main plot100 pages of describing a moment introspection etc etc really not my stuff And in the end no plot cold characters unorganised history and destiny of characters yeah some might argue that this is the idea to learn about what happened t

Read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub É Gabriela Adameșteanu

Mijlocul anilor ’80 Cind am sfirsit cartea eram coplesita de imaginea unei tari in ruina a oamenilor ei in continua suferinta si a inceput sa ma apese faptul ca «nu faceam nimic» Traita cu autenticitate ca experienta existentiala literatura il modifica imprevizibil pe scriitor de la carte la carte” Gabriela Adamesteanu. Have you ever found yourself in an old woman s head This book is a wonderful chance for this Madam Delca s stream of consciousness is like a sock being knitted with four needles slightly monotonous slow and repetetive I keep thinking I ve already read this sentence But isn t it exactly how we think We turn around and go back to the same pestering thought This book is not an easy read Not because it is not interesting on the contrary it is very believable The text is like slowly milling grindstones and willy nilly you find yourself identifying with the main character A funny character But when you start believing that she is a sweet and goodwilling old lady she goes and slanders all the acuaintances she had just praised And this is where the book really draws you in How can we know what others think of us even those who agree with every word we say so as not to hurt our feelings And

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  • Gabriela Adameșteanu
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  • 03 April 2018
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About the Author: Gabriela Adameșteanu

Gabriela Adameșteanu is a Romanian novelist short story writer essayist journalist and translator The author of the celebrated novels The Eual Way of Every Day 1975 and Wasted Morning 1983 she is also known as an activist in support of civil society and member of the Group for Social Dialogue GDS as well as editor of Revista 22