Books

AUTHORS: Eugen Ionescu | Herta Müller | Mihai Eminescu | Mircea Cantor | Nadia
BOOKS:      Romance Language
CATALOG: InfoCarte
ONLINE:     Biblioteci / Librării
TRAVEL:     C I T I N E R A R I E S | Romania


Eugen Ionescu | Eugène_Ionesco: POVEŞTI 1, 2, 3, 4

Povesti 1, 2, 3, 4 | Eugene Ionesco | Etienne Delessert

2010

Editura: Art

Libraria: Carturesti

Contes 1-2-3-4 | Eugène Ionesco | Etienne Delessert | 2009

C’est un jeu des plus familiers : un père raconte des histoires à sa petite fille. Or le père est Eugène Ionesco, sa fille a l’esprit de repartie, et c’est Etienne Delessert qui met en scène le tout en images somptueuses.

Cuentos 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 | 2010

Publisher: Combel Editorial
Es natural que un padre cuente cuentos a su hija. En este caso, el padre es Ionesco, y la niña le ha salido curiosa y tiene cuerda para rato. Cuatro cuentos surrealistas y llenos de ternura del gran Eugène Ionesco, espléndidamente ilustrados por Etienne Delessert. Es nuestra forma de celebrar el centenario de este prestigioso autor.

Stories 1,2,3,4 is suite of four long-lost children’s stories by one of the twentieth century’s greatest playwrights. Newly translated from the French and collected in one beautiful volume, these “silly” stories, as Ionesco called them, will make ideal bedtime reading. Out of print since the 1970s, the four stories are accompanied by dozens of lush full-color illustrations…
Publisher: McSweeney’s McMullens (February 7, 2012)

Herta Müller The Hunger Angel- A NovelThe Land of Green Plums- A NovelThe Appointment- A NovelThe PassportTraveling on One LegNadirs (European Women Writers)

Mihai Eminescu EminescuLuceafarul

Mircea CantorMircea_CantorThe Need for Uncertainty Mircea Cantor: The Need for Uncertainty

Nadia Comăneci Letters to a Young GymnastNadia Comaneci- Perfect 10


Romance LanguageRomance Language by Alan Elsner

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