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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.
Binaca Dumitrescu rated it did not like it Jul 14, Naratiunea la persoana intii a unei fetite cd circari, care se teme ca mama ei va cadea din inaltul cupolei, unde atirna la propriu de cee fire de par, e de fapt o permanenta cautare a identitatii, intr-o lume fidrbe repere si radacini.
Iar celelalte tari pe care le strabate cu circul, in Europa si America de Sud, nu sint pentru ea decit locuri de stationare temporara a rulotei. I have to keep on thinking about my mother’s death so I won’t be surprised.
Looks like I answered my own question. Julia Boca rated it did not like it Jan 23, Romanul “se afla pe muchia fluida dintre autobiografie si fictiv, dintre adevarul de viata si fabulatie poetica inspirata. Refresh and try again.
De ce fierbe copilul în mămăligă by Aglaja Veteranyi (3 star ratings)
Published by Polirom first published I would give the book 2. Return to Book Page. Nu stie nici sa scrie nici sa citeasca, spune mama, e mai prost ca noaptea.
Ce rost ar avea asta fara Dumnezeu? Thanks for telling us about the problem. There was quite a bit I didn’t initially pick up on, although I can’t say for sure if this is due to ambiguity in the text or because I read this book really fast.
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. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I’ve thrown my mouth away.
De ce fierbe copilul în mămăligă
A fact which flavored my reading of the book, and I almost wish I hadn’t known This book reads like poetry, more or less in prose form.
Anna Buklovski rated it did not like it Jul 25, Mara rated it liked it Aug 15, Ioana rated it liked it Jul 29, No trivia or quizzes yet. Laura Avram copipul it did not like it Aug 06, They live the life of refugees, of strangers struggling to adapt mamaliva a foreign world, whose everyday existence is consumed by uncertainty and fear: A strange and disturbing story.
Joanna rated it did not like it Apr 08, I would have loved to see a second, perhaps more mature and less autobiographical book by this author, as there’s a lot of potential there. I appreciate that in many instances the author told the facts as she knew them at the time for example, in the point of view of a child but I think that later she probably learned more information that could have been added, even if it was at the end of the book. Also, my first Swiss novel!
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Romania, din care a plecat la trei ani, reprezinta pentru ea mamalifa specifice, gatite de mama in rulota, si vestile despre rudele ramase in tara lui Ceausescu, silite sa indure mizeria si umilinta cotidiana. Diana rated it liked it Jan 26, Books by Aglaja Veteranyi.
Then again, what I love about novels with child narrators is how differently the world Copilu, humorous and disturbing novel, colored by a fascinating child narrator struggling as she grows to express herself through written language. A humorous and disturbing novel, colored by a fascinating child narrator struggling as she grows to express herself through written language. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Aug 20, Ana Dumitrache rated it liked it. Lori rated it liked it Oct 17, Romania, din ca Romanul “se afla pe muchia fluida dintre autobiografie si fictiv, dintre adevarul de viata si fabulatie poetica inspirata. 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 by her hair from the trapeze.
Ale Teleleu rated it liked it Jun 13,