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Adrian Sângeorzan

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Adrian Sângeorzan

Adrian Sângeorzan was born in 1954 in Bistrita-Nasaud, Romania. He graduated from the University of Cluj medical school in Transylvania and worked as a doctor in Romania until 1990, when he immigrated to the United States.  He lives in New York and works as an obstetrician and gynecologist. His books include the memoir Between Two Worlds: Tales of a Women's Doctor, the novels The Circus in Front of the House and Vitali, and the poetry collections Over the Life Line, Tattoos on Marble, and Voices on the Razor’s Edge.

 

Articles by Adrian Sângeorzan

The Bicycle Factory
By Adrian Sângeorzan
In 1966, Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu issued Decree 770, criminalizing abortion. After that, women found their own ways to end unwanted pregnancies, no matter the risk. With money and contacts,…
Translated from Romanian by Jean Harris
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