Precocious, a poet, a philosopher’s daughter, Maitreyi Devi was sixteen .. Astfel am aflat pentru prima dată de romanul Dragostea nu moare de Maitreyi Devi. Translation of ‘DRAGOSTEA NU MOARE’ by MAITREYI DEVI from Romanian to English. Download MAITREYI DEVI – Dragostea Nu Moare. Description. Download MAITREYI DEVI – Dragostea Nu Moare Free in pdf format.
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DRAGOSTEA NU MOARE (English translation)
May 05, Irene rated it it was amazing Shelves: Thus it qualifies for a genuin The Bengali version “Na Hanyate” that I had read, is palpable and devk very honest account of intense young love. Struggling to find a place for herself as a young Indian woman in a time of immense change, being more liberated than the norm, but still being groomed to be a replacement for her father, seeking liberation from the more restrictive aspects of her religion and culture, but not by adopting a Western version of that liberation, moving freely between interpreting the world analytically, philosophically, and poetically.
Open Preview See a Problem? Somewhat difficult to read because of the absence of editing, but a thoughtful and at times poetic must-read response to Bengal Nights.
It Does Not Die by Maitreyi Devi
Anyway, to me, this book just confirmed things I already suspected about the jerk profile of an author who is controversial in some of his other works as well. Reading this book first will I still have the same emotions that Moare-mxitreyi Eliade ‘s book Maitreyi have brought up in me, but in a much smaller amount because Maitreyi’s book brings a lot of understanding of her, the situation in general and a much appreciated understanding of Eliade and his actions, during and after To ask other readers questions about It Moare-jaitreyi Not Dieplease sign up.
A story about one’s life that is worth telling, indeed. Is is such rare of a kind Actually, it’s funny that right after she says that she won’t say that much about her life, as ‘Euclid’ is the hero here, there is about half a book about her and his name is not even mentioned.
He even encouraged Mircea and Maitreyi to study together. Maitreyi Devi pleads that the character Maitryi in Eliade’s book is not much alike her, and narrates the facts how they truly were and their meeting after 40 years.
And what a life! The book gives a good peek into the lives of India’s intellectual elite way back in the s, which was curiously liberal and yet conservative: You can learn a few important lessons if you really pay attention and not just browse through these books.
Jun 29, Paul rated it really liked it. The University of Chicago. It Does Not Die is Devi’s response. Want to Read saving…. In part a counter to Eliade’s dfagostea, the book is also a moving account of a first love fraught with cultural tensions, of false starts and lasting regrets.
Nov 25, Nusrat Mahmood rated it liked it Shelves: She went to Mircea Eliade’s, who was a professor in the same university, office unannounced. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
MAITREYI DEVI – Dragostea Nu Moare
Based on their relationship Mircea’s novel in Romanian Maitreyi was published in Dec 30, Andreea Obreja rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Also, you can’t tell that she’s in moare-maifreyi until she says she is, and it’s totally surprising because there is no sign of such a thing. So rude of her not to be 16 anymore!
Mircea Euclid leaves her physically, but mentally the are together; forever and ever. I am so touched by the depth of this book.
Really weird – in a good way. This very thing drives Amrita to find her unrequited love after a very long period. During the next two months of her stay they met several times, which was condensed to a single one at the end of her book.
An impassioned plea for truth. He was an immature dreamer who lived in fantasy world rather than reality and he used her, though I suspect, without intending to do harm. This book and Bengal Nights must be read together. The ending was weird. Amrita’s soul is alive and will be the light to re-ignite the extinguished flame of the encompassing love.
But this is still Maitreyi’s story, and as glad as I am that I got a better view into what seems like a more accurate Mircea, he’s a sideshow to Maitreyi’s poetic account of her young life. The only thing I didn’t like about this book is the fact that it should be a love story, it should be about Mircea ‘Euclid’ as she states a few timesyet all she talks about is herself. I got thoroughly into moxre-maitreyi one too, I had my favourite character [her mom: