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    Domnica Radulescu À 7 read & download PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste One feels that there is a LOT of the author in this book She brings out both the beauty and the ugliness of Romania During the years leading up to the 1989 revolution there was a justifiable culture of distrust amongst friends combined with a strengthening of family bonds This is brought out so well by the writing of Domnica Radulescu Eventually the contrasts with American society and its very different values are brought to the fore and

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    PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste Wow This was exactly the book I was searching for a book that brings the beauty of the Romanian landscape the consciousness of the contemporary Romanian with all the poetic perspective that comes so naturally through the l

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    PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste The beginning and the end were the weakest parts of this book I wasn’t captured by the young romance of the beginning nor the fina

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    PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste I am not at all a fan of romance novels but Train to Trieste appealed to me for the Romania stop on my Around the World in 80 Books challenge due to the political and social commentary which it promised I find Romania fascinating and cannot wait to visit in the next couple of years I found that the scene was set well here with many small details about the world around protagonist Mona nestling into the narrative As a ch

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    PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste I am leaving behind everything except myself Then I am terrified that I will be overcome by memories In order not to lose myself in this city of strangers I carry a country inside my head My parents’ memories become my own as if I had lived their childhoods their adolescence and I have collected the memories of my aunts and uncles too and my cousins and the memories of characters in books I’ve read I knew I was on my native soil I felt

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    Domnica Radulescu À 7 read & download download ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB À Domnica Radulescu PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste The protagonist discovers love as a teenager in the repressive Romania of Ceaucescu and then flees the demons real and imagined that

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    PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste Very disappointing book as someone who lived through the period described in the book in Romania I found the atmosphere very inaccurate focused on the ultra dramatic miseries of the privileged rather than the day to day numbing hell of 5 hour food lines for milk and bread lack of water electricity and so on that afflicted regular people Living under Ceausescu's regime was hell but not for the reasons of the book unless

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    PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste I really enjoyed this story of a young girl and the journey she takes to better her life A page turner deeply moving and suspenseful during a time of war and politics in her country A wonderful debut From In the summer of 1977 seventeen year old Mona Manoliu falls in love with Mihai a green eyed boy who lives in Brasov the romantic mountain city where she spends her summers But under the Ceausescu dictatorship paranoia i

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    PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste An excellent book to read as I’ve just returned from Romania and a tour of Caecescu’s palace an 80 room mansion he hid from his own people while draining the national treasury and starving the citizens This book clearly follows the author’s own life and portrays with telling details the drudgery and despair of living in a police state I would have liked fewer dreams but other than that I found it moving and compelling

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    download Train to Trieste Domnica Radulescu À 7 read & download PDF/EPUB Train to Trieste I put of reading this book for a long time because its cover looked too 'mushy' and its title seemed appropriate to a romance Still the subject of life in Communist Romania in the 1970s was interesting and something i kne

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characters ↠ Train to Trieste download ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB À Domnica Radulescu Domnica Radulescu À 7 read & download L she can think about is the mysterious handsome Mihai the woods where they linger his deep green eyes and his cool starched sheetsRomania is in the early years of the repressive Ceausescu regime One day Mona sees Mihai wearing the black leather jacket favored by the secret police Could he be one of themAs food shortages worsen paranoia grows. The protagonist discovers love as a teenager in the repressive Romania of Ceaucescu and then flees the demons real and imagined that haunt her to find a new life in America Although she gains a mature sense of self she remains nostalgic for the land she has left and the life and love she has lost by leaving Her appreciation for the land and its people infuses her passion for her lover with a chthonic power which imprints itself on her soul as an innate releasing mechanism that abides until her return to the Carpathians following the overthrow of the dictator One senses that there is much of the author s own love for Romania in the work and that gives rise to almost poetic caresses in her descriptions of the land and its natives Although framed by hard political realities this is a love story told with passion and without illusions

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characters ↠ Train to Trieste download ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB À Domnica Radulescu Domnica Radulescu À 7 read & download The lyrical story of a young woman's journey from the totalitarianism of Eastern Europe to the freedom of America told by an author who knows first hand about living in a cruel and absurd dictatorshipIt's the summer of 1977 and seventeen year old Mona is madly in love Visiting her aunt's village at the foot of the misty Carpathian mountains al. The beginning and the end were the weakest parts of this book I wasn t captured by the young romance of the beginning nor the final explanation of all the events summarized at the end Still I really enjoyed my time spend with this book Life in Romania under Nicolae Ceausescu in the 1980s the perils of emigration and life as a Romanian emigrant all are perceptively described emotionally and intellectually I felt I was there experiencing the main character s confusion weariness worries anger and joys I truly felt the author captured real life experiences This is a book about how life really is and it is not often that a book of fiction captures this so genuinely The characters are real they do what people really do This does not feel like a book of fiction And there are many wonderful lines After reading this book I feel I understand life under Ceausescu Do you want to understand this Romanian e

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characters ↠ Train to Trieste download ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB À Domnica Radulescu Domnica Radulescu À 7 read & download And of her loved ones disappear in accidents Mona realizes she must leave her country She makes a daring escape to America without saying goodbye to Mihai In Chicago she becomes a doctoral student marries has children and tries to bury her longing for the past until she feels compelled to return home and learn the truth about her one great lov. Very disappointing book as someone who lived through the period described in the book in Romania I found the atmosphere very inaccurate focused on the ultra dramatic miseries of the privileged rather than the day to day numbing hell of 5 hour food lines for milk and bread lack of water electricity and so on that afflicted regular people Living under Ceausescu s regime was hell but not for the reasons of the book unless of course you were part of the privileged who wanted Also the style of the book is way overwrought like shouting Two stars for the try

  • Audio CD
  • 11
  • Train to Trieste
  • Domnica Radulescu
  • English
  • 10 March 2019
  • 9781598877380