Creanga de Aur

Creanga de Aur Creanga de aur romanul de dragoste din e o poveste simpl n ram cum se spune adic relatat de un personaj cum sunt at tea altele n literatura lumii de la Halima la Decameron i de ce nu l

  • Title: Creanga de Aur
  • Author: Mihail Sadoveanu
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • Creanga de aur, romanul de dragoste din 1933, e o poveste simpl , n ram , cum se spune, adic relatat de un personaj, cum sunt at tea altele n literatura lumii, de la Halima la Decameron i, de ce nu, la Hanul Ancu ei V atrag aten ia c sunt multe fire str ine intrigate n es tura pove tii lui Sadoveanu, de exemplu basmul Cenu resei sau istorii i personaje minunat Creanga de aur, romanul de dragoste din 1933, e o poveste simpl , n ram , cum se spune, adic relatat de un personaj, cum sunt at tea altele n literatura lumii, de la Halima la Decameron i, de ce nu, la Hanul Ancu ei V atrag aten ia c sunt multe fire str ine intrigate n es tura pove tii lui Sadoveanu, de exemplu basmul Cenu resei sau istorii i personaje minunate din Biblie sau din a a zisele c r i populare Protagonistul romanului, Kesarion Breb, are ceva, lucru neremarcat de nimeni p n acum, din biblicul Iosif, acela a c rui soart o va repovesti, ntr unul din marile romane ale anilor 30 40, a adar n acela i timp cu Sadoveanu, Thomas Mann N Manolescu

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    About “Mihail Sadoveanu

    • Mihail Sadoveanu

      Mihail Sadoveanu was a Romanian novelist, short story writer, journalist and political figure, who twice served as acting head of state for the communist republic 1947 1948 and 1958 He is the most prolific novelist in Romanian literature and one of the most accomplished All his major work, however, was written before the political changes in Romania following World War II Although Sadoveanu remained a productive author after the war, like many other writers in communist countries, he had to adjust his aesthetic to meet the demands of the communist regime, and he wrote little of artistic value between 1945 and his death in 1961.Sadoveanu was born on 5 November 1880 in Pascani, a small town in Moldavia, to Alexandru and Profira Ursachi Sadoveanu.In Anii de Ucenicie Years of Apprenticeship, 1944 Sadoveanu recalled his special affection for his mother, who was a gifted storyteller Her death in 1895, when she was only thirty four, deeply disturbed Sadoveanu In 1900, after graduating from high school, he decided to study law in Bucharest, but he soon lost enthusiasm and started missing classes Instead, he spent most of his time writing novels and plays.In 1901 Sadoveanu went to live in Falticeni and married Ecaterina B lu Eventually the father of eleven children including writers Profira Sadoveanu and Paul Mihu Sadoveanu , Sadoveanu enjoyed a stable and quiet family life that was no doubt a positive influence on his writing.

    769 thoughts on “Creanga de Aur

    • The first reviewed book which shows up in my agenda, reviewed in a language unspoken by the majority of Goodreaders, that can't make a good first impression! So I decided to write another one in English, which will not be a translation, because when it comes to self-indulgence, I like to go the extra mile! Of course, the other review remains to be read by anyone who so desires, with that out of the way, this is The Golden Bough, by Mihail Sadoveanu, Romania's least favorite novelist!As I'm think [...]


    • O poveste absolut superbă, istorico-gotico-legendară, despre creştinism şi vechea religie dacă, despre iubire imposibilă şi intrigi de curte, despre înţelepciune şi violenţă. Dacă s-ar studia la şcoală alături de "Măria Sa Puiul Pădurii", în locul "Baltagului" şi al "Neamului Şoimăreştilor", probabil că ar creşte semnificativ numărul de copii interesaţi de literatura română.Kesarion Breb este, fără dubiu, replica românească a lui Merlin şi a lui Nostradamus.Limb [...]


    • Finished it . I must say that at first I couldn't get over the wordly style of writing which sometimes seemed (to me) to be even stilted.I believe readers of this book should really overcome this tiny drawback in order to discover a magical story about friendship , love and a bygone era (the set is quite fascinating ).






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