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Opere II. Gara de Est. Întâlnirea

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Gara de Est is a collection of the author short stories mostly published previously.
Intalnirea is the second and major revision of a novel originally published in 1989, then republished with massive additions in 2003 and now edited again with more important changes.

"Facind parte din aceeasi familie literara cu Cehov si Flaubert, prin interesul narativ manifestat fata de «n
Hardcover, 640 pages
Published 2008 by Polirom
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Another superb work from the author, the novel Intalnirea is her darkest work date which is fitting as it takes place in the darkest hours of the communist regime in 1986, while superposing with memories from the last years of the 3rd Reich.

Traian Manu a Romanian emigre and his German wife living in Italy star, but the book is very complex and has interludes from the Securitate (secret police) files on Traian - his most trusted Romanian collaborator and his cousin turn to be the star informers -
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Gabriela Adameșteanu is a Romanian novelist, short story writer, essayist, journalist, and translator. The author of the celebrated novels The Equal Way of Every Day (1975) and Wasted Morning (1983), she is also known as an activist in support of civil society and member of the Group for Social Dialogue (GDS), as well as editor of Revista 22.
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