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„La Lilieci“ este, de fapt, numele cimitirului satesc al Bulzestilor: o lume, asadar, inmormantata, dar cu care inca se mai comunica, evocata prin ritualuri de pomenire ce se desfasoara in chiar acest spatiu si mai ales reinviata in cuvant din memoria localnicilor, din traditiile si din folclorul lor.

Fata de poezia scrisa pana atunci de Marin Sorescu, La Lilieci se deosebe
Hardcover, Jurnalul Național, 494 pages
Published April 7th 2010 by ART (first published 1980)
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Oct 11, 2014 Eduard rated it did not like it
Before reading this book,I said to myself that I won't drop any book.I've tried,I really did try and finish this book.But instead,I ended up avoiding reading in general and wanted so bad to try and read something else and now I will explain why.

I have read 172 pages.The first"La Lilieci"book and the beginning of the second.That's about 35%.I should mention that this book features poetry,as it tells the stories of one little Romanian village named Bulzeşti,near Craiova.And of all the 57 poems I'v
Feb 19, 2012 Bogdan rated it really liked it
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This is a totally different type of poetry than most of what I read before. I know that what I think the poetry is has totally changed during 20th century. But I never imagined the change would be so dramatic. In the end, I kind of like these new poetry, although I did not expected it.
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In 1964 the Romanian Communist government relaxed its censorship policies, signaling a new openness to free expression. The nation's poets heeded that signal, and Romanian poetry experienced a striking revival. Poet and playwright Marin Sorescu is perhaps one of the most popular figures to emerge from Romanian literary culture in the years since.

Sorescu writes in a plainspoken, down-to-earth styl
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