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The author states in an interview that she does not make a difference between tales and reality, but the originality of each event could not be all invented. The jacket cover and afterword say the author committed suicide a few years after writing the book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But it’s no use. Also, although I understand that the book was based on the author’s life, I thought that the combination of experiences and style were just creepy, especially since the matter of fact tone did not reveal any emotion.

This book reads like poetry, more or less in prose form. Bianca rated it did not like it Feb 05, Cristina rated it did not like it Jul 31, Romanul “se afla pe muchia fluida dintre autobiografie si fictiv, dintre adevarul de viata si fabulatie poetica inspirata. Nu stie nici sa scrie nici sa citeasca, spune mama, e mai prost ca noaptea. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

A fact which flavored my reading of the book, and I almost wish I hadn’t known this while reading. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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I’ve thrown my mouth away. Also, my first Swiss novel! Refresh and try again. Published by Polirom first published I see her setting her hair on fire with the flaming torches and plunging to the ground while she’s burning.

Diana rated it liked it Jan 26, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Nu stie nici sa scrie nici sa citeasca, spune mama, e mai prost ca noaptea. When I imagine the child cooking in the polenta and how bad it must hurt, I stop thinking all the time that mother could fall from up there, she says.

I would give the book 2. Quite weird for my taste.

De ce fierbe copilul în mămăligă by Aglaja Veteranyi (3 star ratings)

And when I lean towards her, her face crumbles and turns into ashes. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Asocierea intre prozaic si poematic, intre candoare si cruzime, intre prospetime senzoriala si angoasa, intre concret si metafizic fac din aceasta carte excentrica o dovada de har literar, o revelatie. Easy to read but deep and insightful. Dar noaptea nu ucide, spune tata. Paperback2ndpages. Nicoleta rated it liked it Sep 03, Published by Polirom first published Altrix rated it did not like it Oct 19, While original and creative in the writing style, I thought that the author’s style left a lot unexplained.

Kamila rated it did not like it Jun 07, Because when I picture the child cooking in the polenta and how much that must hurt, I don’t always have to be thinking about how my mother might go plunging down from up there, she says.

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De ce fierbe copilul în mămăligă

The language and style alone make it worth reading. Ioana rated it did not like it Sep 01, Mircea Laslo rated it re not like it May 31, Binaca Dumitrescu rated it did not like it Jul 14, Soniaalecs rated it did not like it Jul 16, Quotes from De ce fierbe copi No trivia or quizzes yet. Dar nu ajuta la nimic. The prose almost leaps into poetry and seems as uncertain and unconventional ocpilul the author’s life. Naratiunea la persoana intii a unei fetite de circari, care se teme ca mama ei va cadea din inaltul cupolei, unde atirna la propriu de niste fire de par, e de fapt o permanenta cautare a identitatii, intr-o ih fara repere si radacini.

Ioana rated it liked it Jul 29, I always need to think about mother’s death lest it take me by surprise. The most poignant sense of fear, which discreetly permeates even the most hopeful passages, comes, however, from the girl and her half-sister who worry that their mother might die during her dangerous act of hanging ij her hair from the trapeze. Schlegel-Tieck Prize for Vincent Kling Where is she read?

Romanul “se afla pe muchia fluida dintre autobiografie si fictiv, dintre adevarul de viata si fabulatie poetica inspirata. Return to Book Page.

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