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Invitația la vals este unul dintre cele mai apreciate romane ale literaturii interbelice, iar în cei aproape nouăzeci de ani scurși de la prima sa apariție, în 1936, a fost publicat în zeci de ediții. Drumeș spune povestea de dragoste dintre Tudor și Micaela, o experiență măcinată de excese emoționale, gelozie și jocuri ale seducției. Tudor, pentru care femeile nu mai repre Invitația la vals este unul dintre cele mai apreciate romane ale literaturii interbelice, iar în cei aproape nouăzeci de ani scurși de la prima sa apariție, în 1936, a fost publicat în zeci de ediții. Drumeș spune povestea de dragoste dintre Tudor și Micaela, o experiență măcinată de excese emoționale, gelozie și jocuri ale seducției. Tudor, pentru care femeile nu mai reprezintă un mister, este intrigat de lipsa de interes a Micaelei și vrea cu orice preț să o seducă. Tânăra studentă, aparent neclintită în fața declarațiilor acestuia, se lasă atrasă într-un joc al voluptății ale cărui reguli îi sunt necunoscute. Dragostea celor doi protagoniști, prinși în vâltoarea pasiunii, este o continuă luptă de cucerire, devoratoare și autodistructivă. "Tudor și Micaela – personajele centrale ale acestui roman – nu se gândesc că an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind, iar setea lor de răzbunare te face să te întrebi unde se termină dragostea și încep orgoliile. Și, mai ales, până unde poți merge mânat de ambiția diabolică de a-l face să sufere pe omul pe care-l iubești cel mai mult."


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Invitația la vals este unul dintre cele mai apreciate romane ale literaturii interbelice, iar în cei aproape nouăzeci de ani scurși de la prima sa apariție, în 1936, a fost publicat în zeci de ediții. Drumeș spune povestea de dragoste dintre Tudor și Micaela, o experiență măcinată de excese emoționale, gelozie și jocuri ale seducției. Tudor, pentru care femeile nu mai repre Invitația la vals este unul dintre cele mai apreciate romane ale literaturii interbelice, iar în cei aproape nouăzeci de ani scurși de la prima sa apariție, în 1936, a fost publicat în zeci de ediții. Drumeș spune povestea de dragoste dintre Tudor și Micaela, o experiență măcinată de excese emoționale, gelozie și jocuri ale seducției. Tudor, pentru care femeile nu mai reprezintă un mister, este intrigat de lipsa de interes a Micaelei și vrea cu orice preț să o seducă. Tânăra studentă, aparent neclintită în fața declarațiilor acestuia, se lasă atrasă într-un joc al voluptății ale cărui reguli îi sunt necunoscute. Dragostea celor doi protagoniști, prinși în vâltoarea pasiunii, este o continuă luptă de cucerire, devoratoare și autodistructivă. "Tudor și Micaela – personajele centrale ale acestui roman – nu se gândesc că an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind, iar setea lor de răzbunare te face să te întrebi unde se termină dragostea și încep orgoliile. Și, mai ales, până unde poți merge mânat de ambiția diabolică de a-l face să sufere pe omul pe care-l iubești cel mai mult."

30 review for Invitație la vals

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dacoroman

    I read this book more then 20 years ago. I was in high-school and it was the kind of book that makes you fly in Heaven and sink into misery in the same time. I don't know if I would feel the same today. For sure, today I would look at it under a different light. I give it 5 stars for what I felt back then, when I was a high-school student and my world had a different shape then today... I read this book more then 20 years ago. I was in high-school and it was the kind of book that makes you fly in Heaven and sink into misery in the same time. I don't know if I would feel the same today. For sure, today I would look at it under a different light. I give it 5 stars for what I felt back then, when I was a high-school student and my world had a different shape then today...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marius Dumitrescu

    The first book I've read in highschool. Still the best one for me. The first book I've read in highschool. Still the best one for me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bogdan Balostin

    This is a rereading that was worth it. Honestly I wouldn't recommend this book the a high-school student (as I was when I first read it) because a lot of its subtleties will elude the inexperienced reader :) In short, it's a book about what love should not be, yet it is, especially when a lot of pride and passion are in the middle. 5 stars because the protagonist is an evil megalomaniac who hides behind a mask of exaggerated kindness. What's more, he doesn't even know it. One could say that he is This is a rereading that was worth it. Honestly I wouldn't recommend this book the a high-school student (as I was when I first read it) because a lot of its subtleties will elude the inexperienced reader :) In short, it's a book about what love should not be, yet it is, especially when a lot of pride and passion are in the middle. 5 stars because the protagonist is an evil megalomaniac who hides behind a mask of exaggerated kindness. What's more, he doesn't even know it. One could say that he is the real fifty shades of fucked-up.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lavinia

    Words are not enough to describe the feeling i got when i finished this book earlier today. It was a mix of sadness and tears. The end of the book surprised me, since the title anounced a happy love story. But it was even grater than I imagined. All the things that the characters have lived, and all the words they've said, maked me wonder if such Love really exists. I still hope.. Words are not enough to describe the feeling i got when i finished this book earlier today. It was a mix of sadness and tears. The end of the book surprised me, since the title anounced a happy love story. But it was even grater than I imagined. All the things that the characters have lived, and all the words they've said, maked me wonder if such Love really exists. I still hope..

  5. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    "Change is the end result of all true learning." Leo Buscaglia "Change is the end result of all true learning." Leo Buscaglia

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ramona

    I did not like this book, mainly because of our narrator, who was very manipulative and a genuinely bad person. Also, this is a very bad love story.

  7. 4 out of 5

    LaviniaAlexandra P.

    Mihail Drumes... It makes me so angry that this guy was so cool but this book is gone to hell. This is his debut novel, so probably, he didn't have the experience of how and what a good thing looks like... but he got it right with two novels of his that were dimensions apart since Elevul Dima is more adventure than romance and Scrisoare de Dragoste is more romance than anything else. I hate Tudor! He has such a beautiful name and seemed to have potential at first, but then it turned out for me he w Mihail Drumes... It makes me so angry that this guy was so cool but this book is gone to hell. This is his debut novel, so probably, he didn't have the experience of how and what a good thing looks like... but he got it right with two novels of his that were dimensions apart since Elevul Dima is more adventure than romance and Scrisoare de Dragoste is more romance than anything else. I hate Tudor! He has such a beautiful name and seemed to have potential at first, but then it turned out for me he was... terrifyingly horrible and nothing else. Mihaela seemed fine to me, but didn't sparkled as a good character. She left me a Meh impression. I kind of apologize for all my words, but the book deserves those from my point of view. If you follow me, you will know that there are some low-rated books that I might eventually come back for and re-read, hopefully, liking it more after that. But I do not think I will really want to come back to reread Invitatie la Vals.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Daria Gh

    "I want to get into your blood, you know?", how deeply said... This work embodies love in all its forms. So many current literary motives, such as love, revenge, infidelity and eternity triggered my curiosity and wouldn't let me stop reading. History, based on real facts, made me step out of my skin and float above possible and impossible thoughts. I certainly recommend this novel, bc it's really worth it. "I want to get into your blood, you know?", how deeply said... This work embodies love in all its forms. So many current literary motives, such as love, revenge, infidelity and eternity triggered my curiosity and wouldn't let me stop reading. History, based on real facts, made me step out of my skin and float above possible and impossible thoughts. I certainly recommend this novel, bc it's really worth it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Eduard Gafton

    “De altfel, aleşii dragostei absoulte sunt excepţii tot atât de rare ca şi geniile.” I still don't understand why Drumeş chose to begin this book as he did. It made it so predictable for me. And I kept wondering when the great break-up will happen. Somehow, this has happened in Maitreyi as well, but it didin't seem to bother me there. Peculiar. Now, I'm still waiting for that 5-star Romanian book. And I had high hopes for this one. And is being predictable such a fatal flaw? In this case, it seems “De altfel, aleşii dragostei absoulte sunt excepţii tot atât de rare ca şi geniile.” I still don't understand why Drumeş chose to begin this book as he did. It made it so predictable for me. And I kept wondering when the great break-up will happen. Somehow, this has happened in Maitreyi as well, but it didin't seem to bother me there. Peculiar. Now, I'm still waiting for that 5-star Romanian book. And I had high hopes for this one. And is being predictable such a fatal flaw? In this case, it seems so. Love is amazing because of this unpredictability.(and many other reasons, but that's not the point)It's funny cause when I found out(view spoiler)[that Tudor marries CeciliaI couldn't fully appreciate what Tudor and Micaela shared. I kept reminding myself that their relationship is going to end bad. (hide spoiler)] Clearly, both characters had flaws and they felt believable. I think that Tudor was a better protagonist than Relu(Scrisoare de Dragoste)and maybe even better than Dima(Elevul Dima Dintr-a Şaptea) Am I the only person that likes those very unlikely events that occur in most of Drumeş's works? Like, Tudor finding money on the bench and suddenly deciding to gamble them just to end up with a small fortune. It's like when you are infatueted with someone. You want to bump into them, and it doesn't matter how unlikely that is. Invitaţia la vals is a complete story that knows from the start what it wants to do. Unfortunately, the beautiful romance loses some of its charm due to predictability.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bogdan

    It is an interesting novel, but due to the numerous discrepancies I could not rated it higher. I liked the passion that the author put in his story, but much too often it was ruined by an unlikely event. One single example: one Tudor had its first fight with Micaela in Constanta and needed something to impress her and regain her because he acted foolishly, he founds a paper bill on the street, plays it at the Casino and gains in 30 minutes a small fortune. This is kind of outrageous in my opinio It is an interesting novel, but due to the numerous discrepancies I could not rated it higher. I liked the passion that the author put in his story, but much too often it was ruined by an unlikely event. One single example: one Tudor had its first fight with Micaela in Constanta and needed something to impress her and regain her because he acted foolishly, he founds a paper bill on the street, plays it at the Casino and gains in 30 minutes a small fortune. This is kind of outrageous in my opinion. It is as likely as for me to play chess this evening with the president of the US.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Diana Lupu

    This book made me sad. Sad that such tragedies can happen when it is so easy to avoid them. Then it made me mad. Angry. I would have liked to slap them both silly, made them see some sense. Revenge and pride, not even once! The language seemed archaic, even if it was from 80 years ago which is not that long. Most of the choices are questionable however what I did like was that people were able to read eachother quite well and understod the truth of a situation almost instantly. We seem much more This book made me sad. Sad that such tragedies can happen when it is so easy to avoid them. Then it made me mad. Angry. I would have liked to slap them both silly, made them see some sense. Revenge and pride, not even once! The language seemed archaic, even if it was from 80 years ago which is not that long. Most of the choices are questionable however what I did like was that people were able to read eachother quite well and understod the truth of a situation almost instantly. We seem much more likely to kid ourselves nowadays, rather than accepting a painful truth.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ari

    This has been my very favourite story during my teenage years. Well, it still holds a spot in my heart - every time I read it I feel the same emotions as before. It's just that now I have other favourites as well. Even though the title is in English here, I've always read it in my native language. This has been my very favourite story during my teenage years. Well, it still holds a spot in my heart - every time I read it I feel the same emotions as before. It's just that now I have other favourites as well. Even though the title is in English here, I've always read it in my native language.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marta :}

    rtc

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cata Andreea

    My favorite book

  15. 5 out of 5

    Cristi Ivan

    ”I want to get into your blood, you know?” A novel about devastating love, “Invitatie la vals” is a melodramatic story where both characters have great emotional and intellectual possibilities, but they are incapable to show their real feelings. Their pride and moral prejudices crush any chance of fulfilled love, leading thus to terrible consequences. The story is a little bit too sentimental for my taste, but I liked some passages that seemed so plastic and relatable. The structure of the novel, ”I want to get into your blood, you know?” A novel about devastating love, “Invitatie la vals” is a melodramatic story where both characters have great emotional and intellectual possibilities, but they are incapable to show their real feelings. Their pride and moral prejudices crush any chance of fulfilled love, leading thus to terrible consequences. The story is a little bit too sentimental for my taste, but I liked some passages that seemed so plastic and relatable. The structure of the novel, although weird, it was intriguing – you already know from the beginning how the story will end, but you’re still curious about the chain of events that led to that kind of tragic ending. *** stars.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ada Preda

    A few days ago I couldn’t find my place, I felt like I had nothing suitable to read (ironic, since I have two bookshelves filled with unread books), so I was quite happy when I laid eyes on this beautiful Romanian classic, and it was just perfect. I caught a glimpse of another world, one where words and feelings ran deeper, and elegance was a state of mind. I cherished every wonderfully written phrase and imagined walking down the streets of Bucharest, as it was then. I’m really glad I rediscovere A few days ago I couldn’t find my place, I felt like I had nothing suitable to read (ironic, since I have two bookshelves filled with unread books), so I was quite happy when I laid eyes on this beautiful Romanian classic, and it was just perfect. I caught a glimpse of another world, one where words and feelings ran deeper, and elegance was a state of mind. I cherished every wonderfully written phrase and imagined walking down the streets of Bucharest, as it was then. I’m really glad I rediscovered this story, and I’m certain it will stay with me for a while.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ioana Miha

    After over a year of reading only in English,I decided to give another chance to books written in my native language, Romanian. This book gave me a good start which was filled with overwhelming emotions of true love. Invitatia la vals teaches us how powerful true love can be, how it sneaks in your soul and never leaves. It is the type of book which has you crying your heart out on one page and giggling with pure joy the other. In conclusion, I don not regret giving this book a chance.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ruxi

    this book works better if you dont read it as a tragic love story but rather as the confession of a fucking manipulative psycho bastard about the constant abuse and emotional torture he inflicted upon his victim. fuck tudor.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lev Oscar

    I used to pride myself on reading all of Drumes's books. When I try to remember their plot and critically think if they were actually good or not... Well, I am overwhelmed by nostalgia. So just for being there when I was a very, very lonely 15 year-old, I'll rate all of his books with 4 stars. I used to pride myself on reading all of Drumes's books. When I try to remember their plot and critically think if they were actually good or not... Well, I am overwhelmed by nostalgia. So just for being there when I was a very, very lonely 15 year-old, I'll rate all of his books with 4 stars.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mihaela

    Interesting perspective about love. The old same problem, the pride.. One of the biggest enemies when it comes to feelings.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andreea Voinea

    One of the best love stories ever written.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alina

    I read this book in high-school, recommended by a taxi driver from Bucharest! I still thank him, as it was (and probably still is) my favorite !

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mihaela Dudu

    For me it is the favorite book!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Denisa C

    This is so complicated. I want to cry, I really wish I could. Then why can't I? Why am I so invested in this love story, that was doomed from the start? Because, first of all, the writing style is amazing and so are the characters with there many flaws and qualities. I am conflicted because I never, one seconde, in this book thought about how I would react or what would I think about certain things. I was completely sucked in the story, just reading and reading and trying not to gasp outloud. So This is so complicated. I want to cry, I really wish I could. Then why can't I? Why am I so invested in this love story, that was doomed from the start? Because, first of all, the writing style is amazing and so are the characters with there many flaws and qualities. I am conflicted because I never, one seconde, in this book thought about how I would react or what would I think about certain things. I was completely sucked in the story, just reading and reading and trying not to gasp outloud. Somehow I knew that there was no other way this story would go. The characters where build that there was never a way that both of them to be happy at thr same time. You may not understand the language of the synosis, but this story is the greatest love story I ever read. And for my fellows romanian friends read this book. Is just amazing.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Iulia

    Coming of age/love story/tragedy. In Romanian.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stefania

    This book is wonderfully written and it's worth reading!! the views that he has on love are just way too interesting This book is wonderfully written and it's worth reading!! the views that he has on love are just way too interesting

  27. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    cheesy...corny...sappy...and intersesting read, but not a very thorough one

  28. 5 out of 5

    Andeea

    This book is interesting too .I read a lot of books written by man but this one is really interesting ...

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dana

    One of the few books in Romanian literature written from a psychological point of view.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Wady

    Great love story, as well.

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