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I feel an old weariness, and everywhere I go I carry my incurable loneliness around with me. Jun 12, David rated it really liked it. Mar 09, Bogdan Constantin rated it it was amazing.
Credit, where credit is due, the inventiveness of the fascist government had no bounds.
With the fact that I thought that the Romanian interbellum is glorified unjustly everywhere despite the rampant inequality and open discrimination and this book sort of shows everything wrong with the wonderful years o Ohlalala! Si pentru mine ramane cel mai onest caracter si cel mai fin observator al epocii sale. It is an excellent chronicle of the sebaetian, written with sensitivity, critical spirit and fine humor by a very skillful author.
Oct 07, Tavi rated it it was amazing. Individualist in vremuri de pace si atasat comunitatii sale in vremurile de cea mai neagra deznadejde – cred ca asta arata caracterul lui. Nearly all the men were well dressed, calm, exuding comfort and self-confidence. All countries distort it and communist Romania was no exception.
I felt like a kind of ghost, come back to the world for a few moments. Even the price of bread is set at twice of that of the rest of the population. A bit mihhail, a bit stained — but not too bad. I found his insights to be rather piercing especially as to the ambivalence of WWII policies, nothing sweeping or unified, this was all chortled fictionally later by Olivia Manning in her Balkan Trilogy.
Maybe it’s because all those other books from the same time were edited and cleaned up by their own authors. Stiu ca multi inca nu-i inteleg individualismul “o libertate de intelectual care isi apara singuratatea” si acea sete intelectuala si de rafinament care l-a adus in tinerete in grupul lui Nae Ionescu si Mircea Eliade si l-a tinut loial atat de sebasitan timp.
I loved this book, opened my eyes to a lot of things that happened in Romania during the second world war.
Throughout the hardships of war jurhal losing essentially sebastia liberty, possession and possibility, Sebastian writes.
Now it seems that he is being challenged by those even farther to this right. Mi se par normale. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Si sfbastian ca nici nu vreau”.
Mihail Sebastian – jurnalHumanitas,p. What I recall with a gleam is reading it at various cafes in Louisville, coinciding with Sebastian’s descriptions mihil the myriad cafes in Bucharest.
Dar aici, acum, nu pot fi altceva. Quotes from Journal Un singur lucru apreciez la Mihail Sebastian: My own set is broken, but snatches of the broadcast drift up from the floor below, or maybe from across the way.
Jurnal: – Mihail Sebastian – Google Books
When listenening to the long anti-Semitic rants of his friends which proposed murder and deporatation at the timehe could be both detached, proud of his friendship, and could outdo them in social rank after all, he, Sebastian, was invited to stay at the Prince and Princess Bibesco’s country place, while hius wouldbe Jewkillers remained hopelessly middle-class. I see myself at the Russian front as a special correspondent of an American or London newspaper, where I am naturally an editor.
To ask other readers questions about Journalplease sign up. Would love I loved this book, opened my eyes to a lot of things that happened in Romania during the second world war. From confiscation of their houses and their possessions, including radios, to outlawing practicing their professions.
It would be something if there were an antisemitic pogrom; you’d know the limits to which it might go. Un jurnal de o sinceritate dezarmanta, scris fiind fara intentia de a fi publicat.
I don’t know if I’ll repeat the experience. Yet it contains refferences to so many people thought to be great in post-Communism Romania. What can I expect? With the excellent jurna, writing of what is essentially a diary of one of my favourite underrated writers? Their smiles of atavistic optimism are frozen, their old consoling irony is extinguished. MS is a great lost name of the romanian literature. View all 4 sebwstian. The fear and dread that one day it might be him standing there, would never be far from his mind.
However, shortly after beginning to put his life back together in and gaining something jurjal recognition, Mihail Sebastian was hit by a truck and died. The whipsawing had a bad effect on Sebastia This is a powerful one-man play drawn from sebastina journals of Mihail Sebastian, a Romanian Jewish writer who lived in Romania when the country became more fascist, prior to the Second World War, then began vacillating as the Nazis began losing the war, etc.
To read Sebastiab is to read not only an important historical and social document but to read how a talented writer managed to endure some true hardships without losing his honesty and dignity and a sense that, someday, he would see things set right.
I avoid walking around the city center; I don’t see anyone or try to get in touch with anyone; I keep to myself as much as possible and let others forget about me — and now here is my name in all the bookshops [in the list of of names of Jewish writers the Ministry of Propaganda ordered bookshops to post, along with ordering the removal of all books by Jewish authors from libraries and sevastian It wasn’t on my reading list.
Mihail Sebastian, Jurnal 1935-1944
The book came to me as a surprise. It’s only a shame that so many of the ideas detailed in Journal never saw fruition. Germania e prabusita – si eu traiesc.