Zilele regelui

Zilele regelui Filip Florian revine cu o carte deja asteptata de critica literara si de public un roman surprinzator in care iubirea si prietenia cu nenumaratele lor chipuri strabat ultima jumatate a secolului X

  • Title: Zilele regelui
  • Author: Filip Florian
  • ISBN: 9789734627806
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • Filip Florian revine cu o carte deja asteptata de critica literara si de public, un roman surprinzator, in care iubirea si prietenia, cu nenumaratele lor chipuri, strabat ultima jumatate a secolului XIX romanesc.

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    About "Filip Florian"

    1. Filip Florian

      Between 1990 99, he worked as a journalist and editor for the Cuv ntul The Word weekly and then as a correspondent for the Free Europe and Deutsche Welle radio stations He spent five years in the mountain town of Sinaia writing his first novel Little Fingers, which was published to great critical acclaim in 2005 Greeted as the work of a distinctive and original new voice, the novel was awarded the Rom nia literar Literary Romania magazine Prize for Debut, the Romanian Writers Union Prize for Best Prose Debut, and the National Union of Employers Prize for Excellence Together with Matei Florian, his younger brother, Filip Florian recently published the unusual dialogic novel The B iu Alley Lads 2006 , also warmly praised by critics and the reading public alike In 2007, second editions of both books were printed Little Fingers has been published in Hungary Magvet , 2008 , Germany Suhrkamp, 2008 and Poland Czarne, 2008 and will be published in the USA Harcourt, 2009 and Slovenia Didakta, 2009 The B iu Alley Lads is also due to be published by Czarne in 2009, and is also due to be published in Spain Acantilado and Bulgaria Panorama The Days of the King has been published in Hungary Magvet , 2009 , and will be published in the USA in 2011 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.


    1. Description: Joseph Strauss(a dentist and bachelor, client of the Eleven Titties brothel and of Der Große Bär beer cellar) leaves Prussia in the spring of 1866 and follows a captain of dragoons to Bucharest, where the officer is to ascend the throne as prince of the United Principalities of Romania. War is imminent in central Europe, but the company of a special tomcat, a guardian angel of sorts, helps him to overcome all dangers. In Bucharest, Joseph will meet and fall in love with an attract [...]

    2. Zilele regelui promitea multe ca subiect: un roman istoric, despre primul rege al Principalelor Unite, Carol I. Subiectul era interesant atât ca radiografie a momentului istoric, a vieții noastre politice și a Bucureștiului pe cale de modernizare, cât și ca incursiune în personalitatea principelui german și mai ales în procesul delicat de devenire a unui rege. Cel puțin așa părea asumată miza cărții.Din păcate romanul însă se pierde repede. Nu e de vină găselnița introduceri [...]

    3. Florian spune o poveste frumoasa si simpla, documentata, din cite imi dau seama, in plan istoric si condimentata cu putin realism magic, in plan pisicesc.O carte de pus in raft, linga În intimitatea secolului 19. Daca n-as avea obsesia cu aranjatul cartilor pe edituri, desigur :)

    4. This is a book that has three main aspects - the historical situation of the Romanian Principalities from their union in 1859, to Carol's accession in 1866 to his becoming King of Romania in 1881, the atmosphere of Bucharest (and to a lesser extent the rest of the country) at the times and the actual storyline of Joseph Strauss' life as he follows the prince from Germany to Romania to treat his teeth.The book is superb on the first two but doesn't quite succeed on the third count though not read [...]

    5. REWELACYJNA książka.I już. Albo jeszcze nie Kolejna znakomita powieść, następny świetny pisarz z Rumunii. Coraz bardziej wygląda na to, że cokolwiek ciekawego w literaturze środkowej Europy, to pisze się na południe od Tatr. Ten coraz bardziej zatęchły polski tygielek, podlewając się w kółko własnym sosem, coraz rzadziej jest w stanie wyrzucić z siebie coś podobnego formatu. Jeszcze sporo czasu - ale to dla mnie jedna z książek roku. Trzymam kciuki za Angelusa!

    6. „Zilele regelui” nu este despre rege, cum m-aș fi așteptat, și nici măcar despre umbra sa, dentistul Strauss - este un roman despre zile, o frescă în cuvinte (bine alese) a unei epoci, a începutului de modernitate romanească.De remarcat „interludiile” de realism magic care, pentru mine, fac deliciul cărții; nu cred că voi mai privi la fel o pisică ascuțindu-și ghearele.

    7. Pentru mine, Filip Florian e un scriitor paradoxal si ciudat, din punctul de vedere al perceptiei, dar cu siguranta interesant. Spun asta pentru ca "Zilele regelui" e a doua carte de el pe care am incercat s-o citesc, insa, spre deosebire de "Toate bufnitele" (una dintre cele trei carti pe care le-am abandonat in cariera-mi de cititor incercat), cartea prezenta e o mica bijuterie romanesca, asa cum remarca si Radu Cosasu pe coperta patru. Pe fondul unor evenimente istorice reale (venirea printul [...]

    8. Sunt puține romane în literatura română în care autorii exersează scriitura artistică, cercetată în detaliu, atentă la sonoritatea fiecărui cuvânt în parte. Vocea lui Filip Florian este realmente autentică. Fiecare dintre romanele sale degajează o atmosferă aparte tocmai din pricina grijii cu care autorul alege cuvintele. Este un roman de atmosferă, în care narațiunea ocupă abia cel de-al doilea loc.Ficțiune istorică, gen pe care inclusiv acest roman îl resuscitează, marc [...]

    9. The Days of the King by Filip Florian is a Romanian historical fiction that was published in translation in 2011. Joseph Strauss, a Prussian dentist and frequent client of the local brothel, follows a dragoon captain to Romania, where the captain will one day be crowned.The brief description and the glorious cover art intrigued me. Unfortunately the "aggressively dense" writing (as described in the Literary Omnivore review) combined with reading an egalley made for a difficult and unpleasant rea [...]

    10. Someone recommended this book to me, and I wanted to love it, but it just didn't happen for me. It was so full of description and long sentences that I couldn't figure out what I was supposed to be paying attention to. At one point, one of the characters is riding in a cart/carriage. He sees a family painting a house, and the book goes on to describe them in great detail -- down to the moles on the girl's back exposed when her shirt lifts when she raises her arm to paint -- and then they're gone [...]

    11. Reading like a long fairy tale, Florian's novel is translated from Romanian and, even with the helpful notes in the back, will have your reaching for your atlas and, if you have it, a book of maps of modern European wars (as a history minor with geeky friends, I do have one!). Or not -- you could just enjoy the story of a German dentist who follows a Dutch prince to Romania and sets up a life in Bucharest. From the description of the finance issues surrounding the building of the Romanian railro [...]

    12. Foarte, foarte frumoasă! Foarte, foarte mult placută! :)În insistenţele ei tăcute, nevasta lui nu înceta să-l înveţe o ştiinţă complicată, iubirea, fără să se folosească de hărţi ale cerului, de lunete sau de compasuri, ca în astronomie, ci de arta de-a privi în podea, de-a clipi, de-a îndoi colţul buzelor, de-a se îmbrăca în grabă şi de-a se dezbrăca pe furiş, de-a-l pupa rar şi obosit, de-a purta uneori rochia lui preferată, foşnitoare, cu decolteu şi volane, [...]

    13. I really wanted to give this 3 1/2 stars. This book is set in the mid 1800s in Romania and tells the story of a dentist in Prussia who befriends a man who is then elevated to be the ruler of Romania and so the two relocate to Romania. I sometimes found the writing style challenging to follow and there were many time when the timeline was a little murky. What I found unexpectedly enjoyable were the passages "written" by Joseph's cat. They had a very poetic style which was beautifully descriptive [...]

    14. The Days of the King is a novel that’s mostly style—and if endless sentences, the lack of dialogue, and the general uncooked nature of it doesn’t appeal to you, you’re probably going to dislike it, just like me. A miss.

    15. Beletristica cu iz istoric. O calatorie interesanta in perioada regelui Carol I alaturi de Joseph Strauss, dentistul, si simpaticul sau motan, Siegfried, care ne arata si o alta latura a monarhiei in spatiul romanesc.

    16. It's hard to find Romanian books that are really good. Most of the time the stories are good but the writing is always so fairy tale like. I don't read much in Romanian, but it's a beautiful language so I'm hoping to find a copy of this in Romanian so I could read it

    17. Dupa "Baiuteii", "Zilele Regelui" e o dezamagire. Firul narativ se pierde intre un realism nevonvingator si un fantasy inserat nenatural si povestea pare sa nu duca nicaieri. Ii lipsesc emotia, sensul si, mai ales, sufera mult la constructia personajelor.

    18. O carte incantatoare, autentica si creionata intr-un stil unic si elegant. Sincere si binemeritate 5 stele Speram la o continuare daca nu a povestii cel putin a stilului

    19. Phrases that go on forever (several of them almost one-page long), way too many adjectives and tormented sentence structure

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