Why We Love Women is a short story collection by the Romanian writer Mircea Author, Mircea Cărtărescu. Original title, De ce iubim femeile. Country. Buy De ce iubim femeile by Mircea Cartarescu (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. De ce iubim femeile [Mircea Cartarescu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. E limpede ca adultii au nevoie de povesti. Numai ca zanele lor.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Cine spunea ca scriitorul roman a uitat sa povesteasca? June 9, at 9: The last cartagescu in the book is an ode to women everywhere. I cartaresck the Cristian Vasile song. Your email address will not be published. Romanian poet, novelist, essayist and a professor at the University of Bucharest. I love this review, and plan on reading for the challenge myself.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Amy von Azriel marked it as to-read Oct 25, Un manunchi de istorii cu femei asadar, spuse simplu, captivant, de un povestas a carui viata seamana ca doua picaturi de roua cu a lui Mircea Cartarescu. Thank you for this caartarescu review. June 9, at It would be great to see what you make of it.
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Andrew marked it as to-read Oct 14, I enjoyed this book — his writing can be poetic at times — and I look forward to read more of his books in the future. I enjoy the Youtube links too. I would love to read it. Ally always has such good ideas for challenges! This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Carturescu sees women as candid beings, sensual, sometimes difficult to understand but always great to be loved. Mircea Cartarescu is quite a famous writer in Romania and he has a lot of fans.
May 21, at 3: Cine spunea ca e misogin? Chavah Ev added it Sep 06, Proudly powered by WordPress. His name, however, stuck in my head and I decided to start small. June 1, at Between and he worked as a Romanian language teacher, and then he worked at the Writers Union and as an editor at the Caiete Critice magazine. May 16, at 8: May 14, at 4: Between he was a visiting lecturer at the University of Amsterdam.
Enter your email address: To ask other readers questions about De Ce Iubim Femeileplease sign up. In he became a le Romanian poet, novelist, essayist and a professor at the University of Bucharest. May 24, at Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Numai ca zanele lor si-au scurtat rochiile, si-au taiat parul care le ajungea candva la calcaie si au invatat sa fie femei, ceea ce e mult mai complicat si mai periculos decat meseria de zana.
Sounds like a fascinating read, Delia.
He survived, lost his fdmeile and kept on living, a broken man who made his living as a stagehand in a theatre, nearly voiceless and forgotten. I wonder what the English translation of this book is like. There are some stories that are not that personal — Zaraza is one of them. Even if one does not agree, as you pointed out regarding caftarescu outdated ideas here, I think that the ideas and stereotypes themselves are often fascinating.
Raluca Ivan rated it liked it Dec 27, Just knowing what people think about these subjects seems a useful way to spend time reading. This is certainly a great book and one I recommend.
That would be great, Bellezza. 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. She suggested this author to me, and now I look forward to reading him as well. I really liked this book up to ijbim last story.
Mircea Cartarescu – Why We Love Women (De ce iubim femeile)
X – 1 Sep. I quite enjoyed this one. 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. According to the author, this is a true story that happened in when Bucharest was caught in the grip of war and the nightlife was luxurious, ec and tumultuous.