Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Norman Manea, editor ; Sanda Cordoş, co-editor|
|Series||The writer"s world|
|LC Classifications||PC803 .R66 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 319 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||2011004947|
Get this from a library! Romanian writers on writing. [Norman Manea; Sanda Cordoș;] -- "The eighty writers collected here explore the special tensions found in Romanian literature, conferred by vanity . Solenoid, a term used to describe a helical coil, is the latest novel by Mircea Cărtărescu, who is considered to be one of the greatest contemporary Romanian authors. At over pages, the novel is Author: Georgeta Gheorghe. The 81 writers gathered in Romanian Writers on Writing explore this unsettling tension and exemplify the powerful, polyphonic voice of their country’s complex literature. The Writer’s World series features Author: Norman Manea. Filip Florian. Florian (b. ) worked as a journalist for several years before turning to novel writing. His debut novel, Little Fingers, was published to great critical acclaim in , being .
The first book printed in the Romanian language was a Protestant catechism of Deacon Coresi in but were living under foreign rule. Many Romanian writers of the time were also part of the national . Chinese Writers on Writing. Edward Hirsch (editor), Arthur Sze (editor). With more than half the works appearing in English for the first time, Chinese Writers on Writing features authors such as Mo Yan, . He is the director of the Museum of Romanian Literature in Jassy and one of the best loved and most translated contemporary Romanian writers. He is a member of the Union of Romanian Writers. . Biography. Veronica D. Niculescu is a writer and translator. She has published the following collections of short prose: Adeb (Limes, ; Sibiu Branch of the Writers Union Prize for Debut), Orange .
There is no “the best book written by a Romanian author” just like there is no the best book written by a French, British, German, American, Russian, etc author. It’s impossible to select a . The novel, which received the Debut Award from the Romanian Writers’ Union, was previously translated in French, Italian, German and Bulgarian. It first appeared in Romanian in , with a. The Romanian author’s murder mystery, The Book of Mirrors, has been snapped up by publishers in 23 countries – with auctions having involved up to 11 publishers in each territory. Romanian Writers presents the book Atrium / Atrium. A novel of time suspended, in whose almost musical phrasing nostalgia is interwoven with longing for love and fulfillment. A portrait of a lost young .