Book recommendation

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ENG: Hello everyone! In this post, I wanted to share with you some of the books I read recently and that I love! . Instead of reading novels, we are  watching movies, we do not read newspapers, we just watch news on the TV. So, I try so hard to have a part of my day just for reading, at least a half and hour. I don’t like to read books on the internet because I love the smell of old books and the feeling of old paper on my fingers.

SRB: Zdravo svima! U ovom postu želela sam da sa vama podelim knjige koje sam pročitala ili želim da pročitam u poslednje vreme. Umesto da čitamo romane, mi gledamo filmove. Umesto da čitamo novine, mi gledamo vesti na televiziji. Ja pokušavam da svakoga dana odvojim malo svog vremena kako bih pročitala barem par stranica neke dobre knjige. Ne volim da čitam knjige preko interneta na računaru. Volim miris starih knjiga, i osećaj starog papira pod prstima. 

“La Dame aux camelias”  by Alexandre Dumas

This book is one of my favorites! I enjoyed so much reading it!  Amazing love story, gentle and so sweet. A man and a woman from different worlds, but with love so strong that can bit old the differences and the world.

” Dama sa kamelijama” Aleksandra Dime

Ovo je jedna od mojih omiljenih knjiga! Uživala sam čitajući je! Predivna ljubavna priča, nežna,tužna i toliko divna! Čovek i žena iz različitih svetova, sa ljubavlju koja je jača od svih razlika i koja pobeđuje čitav svet!

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” Luncheon of The Boating Party” by Susan Vreeland

This interesting novel speaks about famous artist Pierre- Auguste Renoir and the his  process of making one of his best deeds. He gathers his friend, ex, current and future lovers, for a lunch, presenting and painting “la vie modern” of Paris 1880s. By reading this novel, you will feel the presence of characters, the small and the taste of food and wine, you will be able to see the sunset above Seine river. 

“Izlet” Suzan Vrilend

Interesantan romano nastanku jedne od čuvenih slika Pjera Ogista Renoara. Prelepim prikazima scena, svaka pročitana stranica romana stvara svojevrsno umetničko delo u vašim mislima. Ogist sakuplja svoje prijatelje, bivše i buduće ljubavi, na ručku, slikajući i predstavljajući “la vie modern” Pariza 80-tih godina 19. veka. Čitajući ovaj roman osetićete prisustvo likova, ukus hrane i vina, i videti zalazak sunca nad Senom.

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” The Luxe” by Anna Godbersen

The story of two sisters  is located in New York, Manhattan , in 1899. Imagine that glorious city of New York with gorgeous young girls in expensive dresses, charming and handsome men, lies, secrets, scandalous affairs in the time of innocence, with no innocence at all. It sounds interesting enough to start reading this book, right?

“Raskoš” Ane Godbersen

Priča o dve sestre smeštena je u Njujork, na Menhetnu, 1899. godine. Zamislite ovaj fantastičan grad sa prelepim pladim devojkama u raskošnim haljinama, šarmantne, zgodne mladiće, laži, tajne, skandalozne afere, u doba nevinosti gde iste uopšte i nema. Da li sam vam zagolicala maštu?

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” The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald

This classic is a novel you need to read. The story about the man who loved the girl, who did everything to win her love, but all the money, wealth, amazing lifestyle, glorious parties, couldn’t help him. This is story about love, passion, suffering…

“Veliki Getsbi” F. Skota Ficdžeralda

Ovaj klasic je roman koji morate pročitati. Priča o čoveku koji je toliko voleo devojku, koji uradi sve da osvoji njenu ljubav, ali ni svo bogatstvo, novac, raskalašan način života, veličanstvene zabave, nisu mu bile od pomoći. Ovo je priča o ljubavi, strasti, patnji….

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