, English, Romanian, Book edition: The golden bough = Creanga de aur / Mihail Sadoveanu ; translated by Eugenia Farca ; preface by Pompiliu Marcea. Creanga de Aur Mihail Sadoveanu. Uploaded by Minerva Lăcătușu. Copyright: Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC). Download as PDF or read. Enjoying this preview? Become a member to read the full title. Join today and read free for 30 days. Need help? Start Your Free Trial. Mihail Sadoveanu.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Creanga de Aur by Mihail Sadoveanu. Creanga de Aur by Mihail Sadoveanu. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Creanga de Aurplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Mar 02, Sirona Leopold Montenegro Valverde rated it did not like it. The first reviewed book which shows up in my agenda, reviewed in a language unspoken by the majority aue 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 Df Golden Boughby Mihail Sadoveanu, Romania’s least favorite ajr As I’m think 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!
As I’m thinking about what exactly I didn’t like about this book, I’m also involuntarily wondering why in the living bananas is saeoveanu mandatory school literature. What is the criteria by which the ministry of edumcation assigns these books to students? I understand that it contains a spiritual strata which is worth being explored, but a I doubt any teacher properly goes into it, and b Voiculescu’s literature possesses the double benefit of also containing spiritual themes, while being better!
CREANGA DE AUR MIHAIL SADOVEANU PDF DOWNLOAD
I cannot for the life of me understand why would someone be obligated by the edumcation system to read a bad book earlier than college! At least then you know you’ll want to study books for a living! My disdain for this waste of ink stems from the clumsiness of the writing. The story starts with a historian or something like that having a reverie from an implied past life, which is naught but a framing device for the main narrative, the idea of reincarnation being left unexplored.
The protagonist is a man named Kesarion, a priest of the Dacian god Zamolxis, who is sent by his master in an initiating journey on account of the birth of a new religion on the continent, Christianity, which has to be studied in order to find out whether it can replace the old one. I reckon it could be worth expanding on the philosophy that humans require to take small steps toward the absolute truth on account of their unfortunately limited understanding, but this is sadly another idea left to gather dust on the shelf right after it has been mentioned.
The plot then follows Kesarion through Greece, during a dispute regarding religious paintings, and whether or not such things break the second commandment, a dispute which I haven’t got to read about much. Now, I admit I couldn’t bring myself to read more than half of the novel, which might have provided closure on these subjects, but honestly, the dialogues were saccharine, the characters were one-dimensional, the narration was vapid, so I don’t really see any incentive to hustle through.
Besides, even if the ideas do get closure, it doesn’t change the fact that they’re forced into the narrative as opposed to weaved into it, the author cramming them in with such ham-handedness you can basically hear them grinding against the boring narrative!
The nadir of the story was when Kesarion spent the night at the house of a farmer too kind for the good of his family, gave a shoe to his daughter, which fit her like a glove, ironically, and I shit you not, for that reason, she can go to the capital and have a chance at being the prince’s wife. That’s not how royal marriages work!
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So fuck this book and the teacher who made me read it, this piece of shit was written by holding the pencil between the buttcheeks! Aug 10, Oliviu Craznic rated it it was amazing. Limbajul clasic, elevat, face deliciul unei lecturi deosebite. View all 3 comments. Anyone interested in history and not only 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 friendshiplove and a bygone era the set is quite fascinating. Jan 24, Oana Ungureanu rated it really liked it. Jan 20, Andrei Cumpanas Heaven4books rated it liked it.
Aug 19, Alexandru rated it it was amazing. A very good work of historical fantasy that surprises the crdanga from Dacian Paganism to Christianity. Jun 18, Bianca Dorcu rated it did not like it.
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Hard work to finish this. Alex Dacian rated it really liked it Apr 04, Gabriela rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Ioana rated it liked it Aug 13, Casiana Ionescu rated it did not like it Aug 01, Florin rated it did not like it Mar 01, Andrei rated it really liked it Mar 26, Teos rated it it was amazing Sep 28, Cosmin Oniscu rated it it was ok May 19, Baban Gabriel rated it liked it Apr 11, Ioana rated it really liked it Mar 13, Vladimir Cristea rated it did not like it Aug 19, Monalisssa rated it liked it Sep 20, Munteanu Teodor rated it really liked it Jan 23, Bendisiana rated it it was amazing Oct 04, Alecsandra rated it did not like it Feb 04, I rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Clara rated it liked it Feb 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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 — and 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 r 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 — and 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 and his death in In Anii de Ucenicie Years of Apprenticeship, Sadoveanu recalled his special affection for his mother, who was a gifted storyteller.
Her death inwhen she was only thirty-four, deeply disturbed Sadoveanu. Inafter 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. Eventually the father of eleven children including writers Profira Sadoveanu and Paul-Mihu SadoveanuSadoveanu enjoyed a stable and quiet family life that was no doubt a sadveanu influence on his writing. Books by Mihail Sadoveanu. Trivia About Creanga de Aur.
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