O scrisoare pierdută

  • Title: O scrisoare pierdută
  • Author: Ion Luca Caragiale
  • ISBN: 9789732104453
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • O scrisoare pierdut O scrisoare pierdut Romanian for A Lost Letter is a play by Ion Luca Caragiale It premiered in and arguably represents the high point of his career
    O scrisoare pierdut Romanian for A Lost Letter is a play by Ion Luca Caragiale It premiered in 1884, and arguably represents the high point of his career.

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    About Ion Luca Caragiale


    1. Ion Luca Caragiale was a Wallachian born Romanian playwright, short story writer, poet, theater manager, political commentator and journalist Leaving behind an important cultural legacy, he is considered one of the greatest playwrights in Romanian language and literature, as well as one of its most important writers and a leading representative of local humor Alongside Mihai Eminescu, Ioan Slavici and Ion Creang , he is seen as one of the main representatives of Junimea, an influential literary society with which he nonetheless parted during the second half of his life His work, spanning four decades, covers the ground between Neoclassicism, Realism, and Naturalism, building on an original synthesis of foreign and local influences.Although few in number, Caragiale s plays constitute the most accomplished expression of Romanian theater, as well as being important venues for criticism of late 19th century Romanian society They include the comedies A Stormy Night, Conu Leonida fa cu reac iunea, O Scrisoare Pierduta Comedie in patru acte, and the tragedy N pasta In addition to these, Caragiale authored the melodrama O soacr , a large number of essays, articles, short stories, novellas and sketch stories, as well as occasional works of poetry and autobiographical texts such as Din carnetul unui vechi sufleur In many cases, his creations were first published in one of several magazines he edited Claponul, Moftul Rom n, Vatra and Epoca Most of his prose works have been published under the title Momente, schite, povestiri they include C ldur mare, C nu om sucit, Dou loturi, Grand Hotel Victoria rom n , as well as several pieces referring to stock characters such as Lache and Mache, Marius Chico Rostogan and Mitic In some of his later fiction writings, including La hanul lui M njoal , Kir Ianulea, Abu Hasan, Pastram trufanda and Calul dracului, Caragiale adopted the fantasy genre or turned to historical fiction.Ion Luca Caragiale was interested in the politics of the Romanian Kingdom, and oscillated between the liberal current and conservatism Most of his satirical works target the liberal republicans and the National Liberals, evidencing both his respect for their rivals at Junimea and his connections with the literary critic Titu Maiorescu He came to clash with National Liberal leaders such as Dimitrie Sturdza and Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu, and was a lifelong adversary of the Symbolist poet Alexandru Macedonski As a result of these conflicts, the most prominent of Caragiale s critics barred his access to the cultural establishment for several decades During the 1890s, Caragiale rallied with the radical movement of George Panu, before associating with the Conservative Party After having decided to settle in Berlin, he came to voice strong criticism for Romanian politicians of all colors in the wake of the 1907 Romanian Peasants Revolt, and ultimately joined the Conservative Democratic Party.Ion Luca was the nephew of Costache and Iorgu Caragiale, who were major figures of mid 19th century Romanian theater His sons Mateiu I Caragiale and Luca I Caragiale were both modernist writers.


    910 Comments


    1. Mi-e silă deseori că astfel de "opere" sunt canonice. Cred că e una dintre cele mai ipocrite piese de teatru pe care le-am citit. Şi, când mă gândesc că domnu' autor a fost egal în epoca cu Eminescu ori Slavici, fac grimase.

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    2. Piesele lui Caragiale m-au fascinat din totdeauna. Morala ascunsa dupa umorul fin nu are cum sa nu-ti puna un zambet pe buze.

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    3. not that bad as well i should start reading more plays

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    4. 'O comedie de moravuri', this is pretty much summing up this play. There is quite the conflict going around, and it was caused by a simple love letter and a bit of negligence. Nevertheless, I can state that Caragiale's works are one of my favourites. I love the way he uses irony and sarcasm to make something comical out of the habits of different typologies of people, and he really does it in a legit way.

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    5. De ce am impresia ca o sa fie la bac.? :(

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    6. An excellent portrayal of political life, which, I am sad to admit , is valid even nowadays in Romania. Even more than when Caragiale wrote the play!

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    7. This is one of the 'books' i loved in school. It was only like a short story in my textbook , but that was enough to get me to the library to read the whole 'book'. Its an amazing play , with comedy incorporated . If you like Romeo and Juliet you would love this play, well written , fast read, and well thought.The whole story it runs around a love letter that is been lost and they are trying to find it before reaching the hands of the husband. The characters are unique , funny and amazing.

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    8. Politicienii și intriga merg ca untul pe pâine. Caragiale îmbină tragicul și comicul cu o ușurință care trezește invidie în sufletul cititorului (cel puțin al meu).

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    9. - Ai venit?- M-am dus! Umor excepțional!

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    10. Nu a fost atat de rau pe cat am crezut eu ca o sa fie. Chiar mi-a placut.

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    11. Una din cele mai celebre piese de teatru ale lui Caragiale. Splendida. Nu degeaba Caraghiale este un clasic

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    12. Romanya’nın önde gelen tiyatro yazarlarından Caragiale, 1884 tarihli bu oyununda, sırları ifşa eden bir mektubu merkeze alarak politikacılarla dalgasını geçmiş. Görünen o ki, politika arenasında 100 yıldır değişen bir şey yok: Oyunda hicvedilen ilkesizlik, kaypaklık, demagoji, yükselme hırsı, v.s. bugün de tamamen geçerli. Tek fark, teknoloji geliştiği için şantaj malzemesi olarak mektup yerine kaset kullanılıyor olması…

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    13. O Scrisoare Pierduta by I. L. CaragialeCaragiale can be regarded as a good source for advice on Positive Psychology. Since I have read some 20 books on Positive Psychology and another 25 of the “Psychology Classics”, my perspective and reading of books that had a different place in my mind has changed.• Caragiale has a satirical look on the failings of society.• The key is humor- if we look around and find the comical we will be better off• Instead of moaning about what another did, we [...]

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    14. O scrisoare pierduta se identifica usor cu evenimentele vietii contemparene, asemanarile fiind uluitoare. In final, cu majoritatea personajelor de intalnim zi de zi

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    15. O scrisoare pierdutăby Ion Luca Caragiale is a play that has its moments.It's sometimes really good and sometimes you are just dissapointed.In the end,I.L. Caragiale made a good play,but that's about it.Compared to one very good play I've read(A Midsummer Night's Dream)the plot and characters that Caragiale created are not very memorable and never do something really special.And speaking of special,Caragiale is famous for quite the contrary.He is famous for the accuracy he has when describing p [...]

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    16. Great story. I would like to see a Hollywood studio make an English version of the play.I guess political life, politicians and politics haven't changed for hundreds of years in Romania or the USA. The name of the newspaper is cool haha. "The Carpathian Roar"Link to Romanian movie.O scrisoare pierduta (1953) - CARAGIALE - teatru completyoutu/qQjfhvlDFLk

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    17. Niciodata nu m-am saturat sa vad dramatizarea dupa O scrisoare pierduta. Asa cum Eminescu se confunda deja cu spiritul romanesc, si Caragiale a intrat in firesc atat de mult incat unii nici nu il mai recunosc. Umorul acestei geniale piese nu cred ca se va demoda niciodata, iar ironia sortii face ca personajele lui sa fie uluitor de perene in politica romaneasca.

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    18. Aceasta carte este o piesa de teatru foarte comica, a carei actiuni se invarte in jurul unei scrisori de dragoste, si a unor politicieni, totul intamplandu-se nu cu mult timp inainte de alegeri. Este o carte sicrisa de un autor roman care merita citita !

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    19. Nu mă dau în vânt după genul dramatic, de aceea nu pot spune că a fost o capodoperă, dar aș fi prea subiectivă, așa că "it was ok".Mi-a plăcut modul de conturare a personajelor, dar în principiu acțiunea. Am cam tras de ea până să o termin, dar nu regret că am citit-o.

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    20. Nu una dintre cartile mele favorite . Nu sunt o mare fana a pieselor de teatru . A fost destul de bine structurata si scrisa , usoara de citit , cursiva .

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    21. cea mai buna piesa de teatru scrisa vreodata de un roman

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    22. I liked the beginning of the play, but as it went on, I started caring less and less about the characters.

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    23. I had to read it for school. I disliked it for the sole reason that it was written by a romanian in the same style that romanian authors have in common, which, simply put, sits ill with me.

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    24. i didn't mind the subject and stuff but the author is really great at writing this kind of texts.

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    25. Super tare! Una dintre cele mai bune comedii romanesti dupa parerea mea!

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    26. A wonderful piece of literature.

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    27. An accurate portrayal of the 1880' and actual Romanian political class. Caragiale shows us the dirty unseen part of politics.

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    28. Cand am citit-o, pe vremea impuscatului, credeam ca o parte din umor e inventie. Azi imi dau seama ca asa au fost mereu politicienii romani.

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