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My small library in Romanian language

For the moments when I miss my maternal language, I am gathering a small library of books in Romanian language, from Romanian writers and foreigners. Most of the books are close to my heart not just through the language but also message. For everyone that is interested in Romanian language or is missing “dulcele grai romanesc ” ( the sweet romanian language- translation), any book from my small Romanian library from Ljubljana,Slovenia can be lent. Contact via e-mail at mona.alexa@gmail.com

My personal library of books in Romanian language :

P1080881aaaRo:        Pentru momentele cand imi este dor de limba mea materna, adun o mica biblioteca de carti in limba romana, din literatura romaneasca si universala. Majoritatea cartilor imi sunt foarte dragi, nu doar prin limba scrisa ci si prin mesajul transmis. Pentru cine este interesat de limba romana sau vrea sa citeasca in “dulcele grai romanesc”, va pun la dispozitie mica mea biblioteca in limba romana, din Ljubljana,Slovenia. Ma puteti contacta pe mail la mona.alexa@gmail.com

Mica mea colectie de carti in limba romana, cuprinde pana acum:

Ada Orleanu – Bun ramas, cranguri de alun

Andrei Plesu – Despre ingeri

Axel Munthe – Cartea de la San Michele

Alexandre Dumas – Dictionar de arta culinara

Cezar Petrescu – Calea victoriei. Dumineca orbului

Cella Serghi – Cartea Mironei

Dr. Bernard Lown – Arta pierduta a vindecarii

Eugen Barbu – Incognito ( II,III,IV )

G.P. Danilevski – Mirovici. Printesa Tarakanova

Ion Minulescu – Versuri

Irvin D. Yalom – Plansul lui Nietzsche 

Ileana Vulpescu – Carnetul din port-hart

Ileana Vulpescu – Arta compromisului 

Ileana Vulpescu – Ramas-bun casei parintesti

Ileana Vulpescu – Arta conversatiei

Ileana Vulpescu – Viata,viata, legata cu ata

Ileana Vulpescu – Pe apa sambetei

John Irving – Hotelul New Hampshire

Mircea Eliade – In curte la Dionis

Mircea Eliade – Romanul adolescentului miop

Mircea Eliade – Maitreyi. Nunta in cer

Mircea Eliade – Intoarcerea din rai

Radu Tudoran – Sfarsit de mileniu. Retragerea fara torte

Umberto Eco – Pendulul lui Foucault ( I, II)

Milan Kundera – Insuportabila usuratate a fiintei

J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter si talismanele mortii

Dr. John Gray – Barbatii sunt de pe Marte, femeile sunt de pe Venus

Mihaela Popescu – Dictionar de expresii in limba romana

Academia Catavencu – The best of Bule

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