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10 thoughts on “De ce iubim femeile

  1. says:

    A totally obnoxious book If you want to read the whining of a man completely failing to understand women or indeed humanity then you have come to the right place Each word drips with self referenceA man nowhere near as intelligent as he constantly urges the reader to believe


  2. says:

    Made me really wonder at times WHY does he love women? Because except for maybe 2 stories and some good written phrases in the others the book left me with a sensation of lecherous obsessions and that's all


  3. says:

    This may be the shortest of Mircea Cărtărescu's books to be translated into English but it's not really to be recommended as an introduction to the author It's ostensibly a collection of short stories; actually all but one are essays in the now fashionable slightly fictionalised memoir genre A few of them were nice background on the author of Blinding a book which certainly metaphorically lives up to its name and which is in its fascinating complexity uite unlike these pieces Snippets of insight into the culture of 1960s 80s Romania were very interesting and into aspects of being a Romanian abroad just after the fall of Communism Most of the stories were originally published in Romanian Elle in the late 90s That seems to me to say something about the intellectual bent of the culture; a women's glossy mag in the UK or US would never have published stories by an author of similar complexity Thomas Pynchon for example The idea is positively and sadly surreal The actual content of most pieces though a fortyish male writer of considerable ego reflects on various encounters and relationships with women sounds like stuff from UK G or Esuire around the same time It's a curious juxtaposition and I'd love to know how it fitted with the national cultural context and how the stories were received by the Romanian Elle readers Some titles are reminders that the discussion on postcolonialism and gender representation widespread in western academia by that time probably took a long time to reach the Romanian universities and cultural institutes where Cărtărescu worked 'Little African Woman' a well meaning idealisation of a beautiful woman glimpsed on a train for example Though 'A lovely little Jewish princess' turns out to be with footnotes an anedcote framed in response to a Frank Zappa song which is much ruder about the woman I've never been a Zappa fan and can't really comment on how the story works in relation The title piece much of which can be found as a GR uotation is most comprehensible and somewhat amusing as a list of assumptions about women by miscellaneous aspects of pop culture or by the sweaty palmed creepy nerd in the corner that Cărtărescu's preceding essays describe his younger self as having been a surprise to learn given the confidence of the persona in Blinding There are so many points that are unlike real women in majority or in particular ways you or your friends may be that I can't really compute a modern adult with arts intellectual leanings let alone the author of Blinding presenting it in complete earnest Last year on here there was a bad review of Knausgaard which said Recommended for People interested in the struggles of white male writers can't find it now but someone in my feed Liked it; if you are in total agreement with that mode of classifying and criticising literature then you would get bored with this collection way before the point when it uite simply becomes repetitive with the style very surprisingly in the context of Blinding not being anything like fizzy enough to animate the writing regardless Of course it's not easy to tell how much of the lacklustre style is due to translation and each of Cărtărescu's three works in English so far has a different translator Aside from the cultural and historical insights there were only two stories that I found enjoyable as a whole 'The Paper Devil' is the only piece structured as a fiction a sweet story of adolescent love and melancholy which sparkles in a way the memoir essays never do for than a sentence or two 'Irish Cream' is a fun account of a drunken writers' workshop in an Irish castle but still has a magazine article feel I think this collection is the sort of dregs only completists should bother with but due to its brevity ease of reading compared to his other books and being one of the few translated into English it has ended up as the most read work on GR by an author who can clearly do far better things This University of Plymouth Press edition also showcases a number of paintings by Romanian artist Suzana Dan Sort of a cross between Yellow Submarine and a cheerier Tara McPherson done in poster paint; I like them I do keep praising this book in various comments although I haven't finished it It's so rich and strange that it needs time to percolate between readings also greater concentration and energy than I've had in recent weeks


  4. says:

    A book about experiencing women The title is misleading also mind the title's lack of a uestion mark No magic no drama no feelings just the real vulgar experience A bit disappointed by the lack of a deeper or spiritual answers to why we love women So probably will have to settle with they have boobs


  5. says:

    Mircea Cartarescu is one of the most praised Romanian contemporary writers but I was not impressed after reading this collection of very short stories most of which appeared previously in various women's magazines I was mostly disappointed by the style similar as what high school teenagers are writing the lack of topics in many stories except for capitalizing on various biographical aspects from his past and by the generalization of his beliefs or values that are not at all so general as he thought Of course it has some good points as well especially the conciseness reuired by the magazines but in my opinion they don't make up entirely for the negative aspectsAs I already said almost all these stories lack a premise I believe that the main reasons for which they were written were the contract with the magazines where they appeared and as a way of the author to talk about himself The rare exceptions are not having very powerful premises and this is why I will give it a 1Regarding the form I already mentioned that most of the stories are written using a style similar as what a typical high school student would write Despite not being excessive the metaphors are used in such a way that they are striking And in my opinion this is not good as they draw attention from the important things in a story I believe it deserves no than 1 for formIn terms of originality as most of the stories are inspired from biographical events of the author they are pretty much original Despite this some of the stories start from a particular event and then generalize it thus turning them towards a theme that was already treated by other writers This is why I will give it a 3 for the level of originalityBeing inspired by actual events from his past the characters are pretty much well constructed I enjoyed very much the teacher Sincu the story being itself pretty much hilarious Despite these good things there were too many stories were the main character was Mircea Cartarescu himself For me he was not so interesting so I will rate it with a 4Regarding the complexity and difficulty most of the stories are pretty simple They tend to follow a similar pattern generalizing at the beginning to allow the author to pour in his own theories then a story in a pseudo biographical style to prove it Sometimes it is done right which you can sense it but some other times probably the deadline to submit the story was too short and he wrote something to complete it So I will rate it with a 3 for complexity and difficultyIn terms of credibility the author confesses at the end that he distorted the actual facts from which he inspired On their own the stories are not always credible but there are a lot of incredible facts in each evening news magazine My rating for credibility is therefore 3The last criteria is edition I must congratulate the marketing team behind this author Without too great content they managed to create a good product that also sells very well Due to this I will rate it with a 5To summarize I believe that at least this book is too much praised by critics and if this is typical for Mircea Cartarescu this author is also overrated All in all my final rating for this collection of short stories is 329 which I will round it to a 3 on Goodreads system | Criteria | Rating | |Premise | 1 | |Form | 1 | |Originality | 3 | |Characters | 4 | |DifficultyComplexity | 3 | |Credibility | 3 | |Edition | 5 | |Total | 329 | For details on how I rated and reviewed this novel please read these guidelines


  6. says:

    One of MC's most light and underwhelming books though not without a few uirks Cărtărescu not uirky at all would hardly be Cărtărescu and the simplicity is charming to some degree The piece with the same title as the book is even I must admit awkward honestly I think I would vote Irish cream or Bomba de aur


  7. says:

    I remember trying to read this book when I was in High School and never made to finish it This weekend was the book's revenge on me because I started reading it on Saturday and stopped only when I was finished It comprises a few stories from the authors experience with women throughout his life Some of them are funny some erotic some wise and some incredibly romantic in a very honest few words sort of way Mircea Cartarescu has managed to rise my interest in his way of writing and must confess I have a plan to continue reading his work


  8. says:

    Hmmnot as much Cartarescu as I wanted touite softand predictableAt a certain pointnice


  9. says:

    Cartarescu's Why We Love Women is a collection of short stories previously published in magazine based on the author's life and experience It is also the consolidation of a prose style that elevated Cartarescu to its current recognitionThe stories are unevenly entertaining but the book grows into a fascinating journey across diverse experiences narrated from a critical didactic and fun point of view Cartarescu makes the reader feel as a close acuaintance a confident There are stories about successes and failures no embarrasing detail appears to be hidden They even appear to be exacerbated and laughed aboutThe stories relate to women but not so strictly They are about humans living in society Some of them are women but that is just normal


  10. says:

    a series of short stories where Cartarescu does not disappoint


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