Joachim Wittstock - Dumbrava morilor (schiţe şi nuvele), 2007, 136 p.
Selecţia textelor, traducere şi postfaţă de Nora Iuga. Autor de expresie germană din Sibiu, Joachim Wittstock se distinge prin fineţe, rigoare şi măiestrie în elaborarea unor texte în care, pe fondul unei sensibilităţi accentuate, trecut şi prezent, real
*** - Visteriile cetăţii. 18 poeţi din Sibiu / Treasury of the City. 18 poets of Sibiu; volum îngrijit de Liliana Ursu şi Ioan Radu Văcărescu, 2008, 340 p.
18 poeţi contemporani îşi deschid arhivele sentimentale legate de Sibiu. Voci diferite, generaţii diferite re-inventează tainele acestui topos liric, oferindu-ne un Sibiu cultural şi livresc dar şi romantic şi modern şi boem şi exotic, dar mai ales intens fantastic.
Sunday Morning. A Bourgeois Walk In A Post-Communist City
clockwise from top left: Smardan St. , Stavropoleos St. , Caru cu bere pub (2), Stavropoleos Church (3), Russian Church. Early Sunday morning before 10 A. M. , the city offers its first surprise. It is empty. The bare streets are visible in all their twisted length, without
The Construction Of Saint Joseph’s Cathedral
Red bricks are the distinctive feature of this construction, next to the white rosette, a huge round window above the main portal: thereby, the reader has most certainly recognized the Archbishopric of Saint Joseph's Cathedral. It is one of the landmark buildings in
I No Longer Love Bucharest
I no longer love Bucharest. I'm no longer hoping something can be done about this dump of Europe An interview with Mircea Cărtărescu by Ion Longin Popescu Slowly but surely, the old, historic Bucharest – the little that was left after Ceauşescu's demolishing
top row: Lipscani diggings, Unirea shoping center, house in Romanian Peasant Museum yard, National Museum of Contemporary Art bottom row: Collections Museum on Calea Victoriei, University Sq. , dilapidated building on Lipscani St. , old house on Mantuleasa St. It seems
Brief Presentation Of The Armenian Community
Excerpts The oldest findings prove the presence of Armenians on the present territory of Romania, more precisely in Moldavia, in an inscription on a tombstone in Cetatea Alba, dated 967 AD. The Hungarian chroniclers Simon Kesay and Thuroczi recorded that, under Duke Geza
excerptStanding in front of the Corso building on Calea Victoriei one day, he felt someone's familiar gaze follow him from across the street, as if to catch his eye. He crossed over, as though answering a call, and discovered a picture of Ann among several other portraits
Route No. 1
Walking around the city arm in arm with literary recollections… Laying on façades invisible memorial plates with quotes in verse or prose… Experiencing live the sensation of osmosis between fiction and reality… Feeling literature become history, and history – literature…
Inns, Churches, Parks And Avenues
Bucharest became the capital of Wallachia in the middle of the sixteenth century in preference to the earlier subâ€‘Carpathian capitals of Câmpulung, Curtea de Argeş and Târgovişte. It became the capital of the united Romanian principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia
Bucharest Of Yore
A thousand years ago on the spot where Bucharest stands today there rose a town called Perun; this Perun was the god of fire and thunder with the ancient Slavs, featured with a golden face, silver hair and beard. It replaced the Greeks' Zeus and the Roman Jove. The
Own Goal With Actor And Accountant
It was common knowledge that Iacint Manoil was a lady-killer. He was so ugly that they were impressed. And so direct in his stupidity that he came over as honest. Like a millstone. He was an actor. Only those very beautiful or as ugly as sin can make a career in this profession.