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Nikola Studenov, fiul unor tarani bulgari din judetul Mehedinti, se hotaraste sa fuga de serviciul militar obligatoriu. Este introdus in miscarea legionara de un fost sef de cuib, care il ajuta sa treaca Dunarea inot in Iugoslavia, apoi fuge in Grecia "regimului coloneilor“ si se stabileste in cele din urma la Paris, unde o vreme traieste ca gigolo. Peste douazeci de ani dNikola Studenov, fiul unor tarani bulgari din judetul Mehedinti, se hotaraste sa fuga de serviciul militar obligatoriu. Este introdus in miscarea legionara de un fost sef de cuib, care il ajuta sa treaca Dunarea inot in Iugoslavia, apoi fuge in Grecia "regimului coloneilor“ si se stabileste in cele din urma la Paris, unde o vreme traieste ca gigolo. Peste douazeci de ani devine un respectabil profesor suplinitor la Sorbona si revine in Romania. Trecutul sau insa se razbuna…...

Title : Nic Studeno - Al doilea cartuș
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ISBN : 18584981
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Number of Pages : 208 Pages
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  • Liviu
    2018-10-13 11:33

    Fast and funny but ultimately kind of pointless beyond the jokes and laugh-out-loud word plays.Not unlike a movie comedy you go to laugh and relax for 2 hours and then forget it completelyWill include a translation of the blurb here:"In this episode Nikola Studenov comes into play; born in 1949 he is a son of Bulgarian peasants from the county of Mehedinti. Going to high school in Craiova of the 1960's and befriended and sort of educated by a few recently freed oldster "formers" (political prisoners who were members of the prewar professional classes and were jailed by the communists on general principles of class war), the young man decides to flee conscription. Meanwhile he burns his native village brothel and is introduced to the Legionary movement by a former "nest" chief, who later helps him swim across the Danube to Yugoslavia. From there he manages to flee to Greece under the "Colonels regime" and then settle in Paris, where he lives for a while as a gigolo. Twenty years later, Nik becomes a respectable substitute teacher at the Sorbonne and a lover of horses and horsepower. A visit to the Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Romania is enough to invent him a file as agent of influence for Ceausescu's secret police. Returned to the country after 1989, the person now known as Nic Studeno raids the Dimbovitene (ie the Bucharest - as Dimbovita is the stream that passes through Bucharest and on occasion serves as derogatory name for it) young beauties, filling with jealousy the hearts of the youngster yupee generation of Bucharest.However, his past will soon have its revenge..."

  • Mona Nicoara
    2018-09-29 17:23

    Un deliciu. O poveste doar aparent ușoară despre trecutul nostru recent, în toată complexitatea lui, spusă printr-un anti-erou pe cât de mirobolant pe atât de familiar în istoria post-decembristă. L-am citit, cu sufletul la gură, ca pe un hibrid de roman a clef, comedie de moravuri și epopee istorică mascată.

  • Andrei Pogorilowski
    2018-09-22 16:16

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