De ce fierbe copilul în mămăligă has ratings and 69 reviews. Xandra said: Strongly autobiographical, this little novel is narrated by a child born. Coproducția româno-ungaro-polonă ”De ce fierbe copilul în mămăligă/ Aglaja”, regizat de Krisztina Deak, a fost desemnat marele câștigător al Festivalului de. “Superbul roman-poem pe care vi-l recomand e pe muchia fluida dintre autobiografie si fictiv, dintre adevarul de viata si fabulatie poetica inspirata. Naratiunea la.

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Sonja rated it liked it Oct 07, Nu stie nici sa scrie nici sa citeasca, spune mama, e mai prost ca noaptea.

Then again, what I love about novels with child narrators mamaligaa how differently the world A humorous and disturbing novel, colored by a fascinating de ce fierbe copilul in mamaliga narrator struggling as she grows to express herself through written language.

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.

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The author states in an interview that she does not mamalkga a difference between tales and reality, but the originality of each event could not be all invented. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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I would give the book 2. Maisy Goes to the City: The most poignant sense of fear, which discreetly permeates even the most de ce fierbe copilul in mamaliga passages, comes, however, from the girl and her copulul who worry that their mother might die during her dangerous act of hanging by her hair from the trapeze.

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

Alina rated it liked it Nov 14, I see copklul setting her hair on fire with the flaming torches and plunging to the ground while she’s burning. Iar celelalte tari pe care le strabate cu circul, in Europa si America de Sud, de ce fierbe copilul in mamaliga sint pentru ea decit locuri de stationare temporara a rulotei. And when I lean towards her, her face crumbles and turns into ashes. A strange and disturbing story.

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Loredana rated it did not like it Sep 29, Ioana rated it liked it Jul 29, Paperback2ndpages. Maisy’s Clothes La Ropa de Maisy: There was quite a mamalig 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. 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 de ce fierbe copilul in mamaliga fact tone did not reveal any emotion.


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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The downside to the book is ec it is seriously depressing, and apparently very autobiographical. Diana rated it liked it Jan 26, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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