ULTIMA NOAPTE DE DRAGOSTE INTAIA NOAPTE DE RAZBOI PDF

He marked the end of the traditional novel era and laid the foundation of the modern novel era. Petrescu went to primary school at Obor , and to high school at Saint Sava National College , where he wrote his very first poem. Being very poor, he studied assiduously, worked to support himself, and relatively late—at the age of 29—he began his studies in philosophy at the University of Bucharest. His antisemitism is controversial, having Jewish friends such as Mihail Sebastian. In , Petrescu was drafted and sent to the battlefields of then raging World War I , where he was wounded and taken prisoner by the Austro-Hungarians.

Author:Dara Mauzilkree
Country:Botswana
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Software
Published (Last):5 January 2019
Pages:470
PDF File Size:13.49 Mb
ePub File Size:9.15 Mb
ISBN:591-4-62482-291-7
Downloads:47628
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Dijas



Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. O poveste clasica de dragoste si un jurnal de razboi, greu de legat intre ele. Persoana intai a naratiunii nu parea suficienta pentru a fi citite impreuna.

Si mai era ceva, impresia, nu chiar usor de formulat, ca ni "La aparitie, in , romanul lui Camil Petrescu, Ultima noapte de dragoste, intaia noapte de razboi, a surprins critica prin caracterul lui aparent neunitar.

Si mai era ceva, impresia, nu chiar usor de formulat, ca nici gelozia, nici razboiul nu aveau infatisarea cunoscuta din alte romane ale vremii. Ceea ce critica n-avea cum sa stie inca era ca, sub ochii ei, se petrecea o reforma a romanului pe cat de profunda, pe atat de radicala, si ca, in pofida inertiei unui gen devenit foarte popular, romanul nu va mai fi niciodata acelasi dupa Ultima noapte de dragoste, intaia noapte de razboi.

Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published by Gramar first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Denisa Actually, I don't think there is an English version of this book, but there is a movie form based on it, directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu and called …more Actually, I don't think there is an English version of this book, but there is a movie form based on it, directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu and called "Ultima noapte de dragoste".

You can try to download it and maybe find English subtitles. Good luck with that. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 24, Ramonel rated it did not like it Shelves: classics , crap. There is nothing I liked about the book. Waste of time and energy. View 2 comments. Shelves: war , psychological , social , philosophical , love. Oh, how I dislike thee, oh, misogynistic pig-minded not-suicidal snob protagonist and your temporary schizophrenic tendencies.

In all fairness, I would dislike all the other characters if the teacher hadn't bothered to point out that nothing is believable since it's seen through the protagonist's subjective narrative. Back to the protagonist, it boils out to some dude's fever dream. I wish the pen snapped in his hands before he spawned something so petty and pointless for teacher to gleefully ch Oh, how I dislike thee, oh, misogynistic pig-minded not-suicidal snob protagonist and your temporary schizophrenic tendencies.

I wish the pen snapped in his hands before he spawned something so petty and pointless for teacher to gleefully choke their captive audiences with. You might say I'm holding a grudge. In all fairness, this I can give him: he was a obnoxious quite indiscriminately. No joy in school books. View all 3 comments. Jun 27, blushenka rated it really liked it Shelves: romanian. This isn't a review per se, I'm not going to review it Least that's what I gathered from reading some of their reviews in which they rated it 1 star.

My advice to them is to read more, books of different genres and from different periods, otherwise one fails to understand what one reads and ends up relating everything only to their small wo This isn't a review per se, I'm not going to review it My advice to them is to read more, books of different genres and from different periods, otherwise one fails to understand what one reads and ends up relating everything only to their small world.

I'm being mild And the period when these two books were written is the same, too. Very interesting. Parade's End is on my to-read list, and I'm gonna compare the two when I'll have read it. View 1 comment. Sep 22, Alis rated it did not like it. I hated this book. I hate sexist people and romances like this and I find the war volume boring.

The only reason I read this book is that it's for school. At first, I thought it would be good, an enjoyable classic. Here is why I hated this book. I don't really believe that he loved his wife so much "that he would kill for her". He was always making her jealous, insulting her, calling her stupid, making fun of her for nothing. I'm not shocked at all how she had the guts to cheat on him, I hated this book.

I'm not shocked at all how she had the guts to cheat on him, this idiot selfish ignorant man was never serious into their relationship. He and his long boring philosophy And besides these, he always thought he was so intelligent. As if he's the most intelligent person there is. Just because he had a degree in philosophy. Yes, she is to blame too, cause of course, she cheated and so on.

In my opinion they would have broken up for any other cause, not necesarilly cheating, this in the case that the book was different.

I think that maybe this is not the type of book I preffer, I found it rather boring and simply not interesting enough for me to catch my attention, I couldn't pay my whole attention while I was reading it. Some things seemed so dull and not attractive, also too many complicated descriptions and words which were really not necesarilly. I guess that this book could have been written better, in my point of view, and perhaps if it was, in some simpler way, I probably would have liked it more and I would have focused on it much more.

Had to read this book in high school and I hated it. In the mean time I got into Remarque and war books and decided I'd give it another try some 15 years later, because who knows maybe I was just too young to properly understand the story the first time I read it.

Turns out it was just as horribly written the second time around, with a story that's lacking substance and dragging on and on and on, only this time it was even worse since I was reading it voluntarily.

Never again. Feb 06, Andrei Barladeanu rated it really liked it Shelves: literatura-mioritica. I have, after all, been assigned to read this book and I highly doubt I would have read it otherwise. The narrative is split into two parts that are barely connected to one another. And I say should, because, if I am to be truly honest, nothing much happens. The plot somehow lingers for more than one hundred pages.

He's defined by snobism, misogyny and nothing else. The rest of the characters are unremarkable, non-existent and out of sight. I wonder who the hell decided this book, along many others, should be canon. Target audience: Common people, anyone interested in a good story about love and war. About the author: According to Wikipedia, Camil Petrescu was a Romanian playwright, novelist, philosopher and poet. He marked the end of the traditional novel era and laid the foundation of the modern novel era.

Petrescu went to primary school at Obor, an Target audience: Common people, anyone interested in a good story about love and war. Petrescu went to primary school at Obor, and to high school at Saint Sava National College, where he wrote his very first poem. Being very poor, he studied assiduously, worked to support himself, and relatively late - at the age of 29 - he began his studies in philosophy at the University of Bucharest. His antisemitism is controversial. In , Petrescu was drafted and sent to the battlefields of then raging World War I, where he was wounded and taken prisoner by the Austro-Hungarians.

He was also a member of the Romanian Academy from Structure of the book: The book has pages, divided in two parts; the first parts is subdivided in 6 chapters and the second part in 7 chapters.

LMX2326 DATASHEET PDF

ISBN 13: 9786068391076

.

AILESEL HIPERLIPIDEMILER PDF

Camil Petrescu

.

EPITECT BISULFITE KIT PDF

Ultima noapte de dragoste, întâia noapte de război

.

DICTIONARY OF ECONOMICS GRAHAM BANNOCK PDF

Ultima noapte de dragoste, intaia noapte de razboi (2 vol) (Romanian Edition)

.

Related Articles