- n. archaic alternative spelling of Romania.
“I was in Roumania last year, and Roumania has had a taste of German occupation.”
“In Germany and Austria I encountered this deep respect as well as in Roumania and Czecho-Slovakia.”
“Another sheet which was violently anti-Bolshevik was l'Entente, a paper formerly published in Roumania and later transferred to Petrograd.”
“Some Austrians had disarmed a whole division of Bolshevik troops on the Southwest Front (in Roumania) while the fraternising was going on.”
“The name Roumania is derived from the word Roman, the country having originally been "the Land of the Roumani.”
“Right now I'm suffering over A Princess of Roumania which is up for the World Fantasy Award!”
“From the moment she emerges into the real world--a cod-19th century in which "Roumania" is a major power, under threat of German invasion, and magic of course exists--Miranda's plotline loses what little tension it had possessed.”
“The last sf/f book that really surprised me was Paul Park's A Princess of Roumania.”
“An alternate Roumania in which magic exists, and a political system that felt all too believable and beautifully contrived at the same time.”
“If you haven't read any in the series, start with A Princess of Roumania.”
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