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Shelves: central-eastern-europeromaniashort-storiesbiography-and-memoir, decades This may be the shortest of Mircea Cărtărescu's books to be translated into English, but it's not really to be recommended as an introduction to the author. It's ostensibly a collection of short stories; actually all but one are essays in the now fashionable slightly-fictionalised-memoir genre.

Snippets This may be the shortest of Mircea Cărtărescu's books to be translated into English, but it's not really to be recommended as an introduction to the author.

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Snippets of insight into the culture of ss Romania were very din ceea ce mimează ridurile, and into aspects of being a Romanian abroad just after the fall of Communism. Most of the stories were originally published in Romanian Elle in the late 90s.

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That seems to me to say something about the intellectual bent of the culture; a women's glossy mag in the UK or US would never have published stories by an author of similar complexity - Thomas Pynchon, for example.

The idea is positively and sadly surreal. The actual content of most pieces though - a fortyish male writer of considerable ego reflects on various encounters and relationships with women - sounds like stuff from UK GQ or Esquire around the same time.

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It's a curious juxtaposition, and I'd love to know how it fitted with the national cultural context and how the stories were received by the Romanian Elle readers.

Some titles are reminders that the discussion on postcolonialism and gender representation, widespread in western academia by that time, probably took a long time to reach the Romanian universities and cultural institutes where Cărtărescu worked.

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Though 'A lovely little Jewish princess' turns out to be, with footnotes, an anedcote framed in response to a Frank Zappa song which is much ruder about the woman. I've never been a Zappa fan and can't really comment on how the story works in relation.

The title piece, much of which can be found as a GR quotation, is most comprehensible, and somewhat amusing, as a list of assumptions about women by miscellaneous aspects of pop culture - or by the sweaty-palmed, creepy nerd in the corner that Cărtărescu's preceding essays describe his younger self as having been a surprise to learn, given the confidence of the persona in Blinding.

There are so many points that are unlike real women in majority, or in particular ways you or your friends may be that I can't really compute a modern adult with arts-intellectual leanings, let alone the author of Blinding, presenting it in complete earnest.

Last year on here there was a bad review of Knausgaard which said "Recommended for: People interested in the struggles of white male writers" can't find it now, but someone in my feed Liked it ; if you are in total agreement with that mode of classifying and criticising literature then you would get bored with this collection way before the point when it quite simply becomes repetitive, with din ceea ce mimează ridurile style very surprisingly in the context of Blinding not being anything like fizzy enough to animate the writing regardless.

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Of course, it's not easy to tell how much of the lacklustre style is due to translation, and each of Cărtărescu's three works in English so far has a different translator. Aside from the cultural and historical insights, there were only two stories that I found enjoyable as a whole.

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I think this collection is the sort of dregs only completists should bother with, but due to its brevity, ease of reading compared to his other books, and being one of the few translated into English, it has ended up as the most-read work on GR by an author who can clearly do far better things.

It's so rich and strange that it needs time to percolate between readings - also greater concentration and energy than I've had in recent weeks.

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