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Several avant-garde authors returned to Macedonski’s literary guidelines by the late s, as they themselves grew more moderate.
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Like those written previously by Literatorul ‘ s Pavelescu and Alexandru Obedenaruthey are based on an earlier motif present in Macedonski’s work, that stoebescu recurring refrains.
His son Soare followed in his footsteps, receiving acclaim from art critics of the period. According to Vianu, the court also ruled out that Macedonski’s arrest had been rendered void by the statute of limitations. See also Boia, p.
It ended only under the rule of Carol ICuza’s Hohenzollern successor, when Parliament voted against increasing stoenescj sum to the level demanded by its recipient. For a while in the s, he edited the literary supplement of Universul newspaper.
Stoenescu, Alex Mihai
Actual recognition of the poet as a classic came only in the interwar period. According to Vianu Vol. His image acquired mythical proportions for his followers.
Although showcased by the National Theater with star actor Constantin Nottara in the title role, it failed to register success with the public. In Januaryhe launched his most influential and long-lived publication, Literatorulwhich was also the focal point of his eclectic cultural circle, and, in later years, of the local Symbolist school.
stoehescu Ornea istlria, was one of the meeting points between Macedonski and Junimism. This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Inpresident Emil Constantinescu intended to name him spokesman mjhai the presidency, until he learnt about his collaboration with the Securitate. Titled Poeziiit carries the year “” on its original cover. The scion of a political and aristocratic family, the poet was the son of General Alexandru Macedonskiwho olteniek as Defense Ministerand the grandson of rebel Dimitrie Macedonski.
Alex Mihai Stoenescu born October 2, is a Romanian historian, writer, journalist and politician. This attitude is considered by Romanian Holocaust scholar Michael Shafir as being “deflective negationism”, a form of Holocaust denial in which the guilt is deflected toward other groups, such as the Germans.
In parallel, Macedonski used erotic themescompleting a series which, although written on the model of idylls, is noted for its brute details of sexual exploits. However, Macedonski reportedly faced extreme poverty throughout the occupation. State is fiction, and justice—an injustice That leads humanity from a bump oltenuei into a rut. Inhis Casa cu nr. In old age, he oltenie the author of rondelsnoted for their detached and serene vision of life, in contrast with his earlier combativeness.
He’s young, he’s a charm, he’s a bolt, he’s a god, But in each day he feels he is swept by a dream Both his son Alexis and grandson Soare were known painters.
Noaptea de august “August Night”outlines a monistic belief probably inspired by Rosicrucianismstressing the unity between soul and matter and depicting Macedonski’s own journey into a transcendental space. By the s, Macedonski developed and applied his “social poetry” theory, as branch of Realism.
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Partly rendered in Perpessicus, p. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. This section does not cite any sources. Vianu believes that Macedonski had not authored any of the anti-Eminescu articles before that date. By this time, Noaptea de decemvrie had become one of the most recognizable literary works to be taught ooteniei Romanian schools.
While critics agree that it is to be read as an allegory of Macedonski’s biography, the ironic text does not make it clear whether the emir actually reaches his target, nor if the central metaphor of Mecca as a mirage means that the goal is not worth sacrificing for. Of the long series of publications he founded, Literatorul was the most influential, notably hosting his early conflicts with the Junimea literary society.
Romanian Wikisource has original text related to this article: Alexandru Macedonski Romanian pronunciation: In parallel, Macedonski used the magazine to publicize his disagreement with the main Junimist voice, Convorbiri Literare.
Macedonski left Romania intraveling through Austria-Hungary and spending time in Viennabefore visiting Switzerland and possibly other countries; according to one account, it was here that he may have first met and disliked his rival poet Mihai Eminescuat a time a Viennese student.
The four-act tragicomedy Le Fou? Inhe wrote about progression in one’s career: Like in the case of Eminescu’s conflict with Macedonski, the polemic enlisted a negative response from the public. Tsing-Ly-Tsi sits on the golden porch, With his eyes as small as those of mice, Under the silvery, leafy, treasure, His house is porcelain-like.
Thalassa, Le Calvaire de feu is noted for its numerous cultural references, and especially for using a wide range of metaphors.
At the time, Russian volunteers were amassed on the Budjak border, requesting from the Romanian authorities the right of free passage into the Principality of Serbia.
The first such klteniei was Junimea ‘ s Titu Maiorescuwho believed him to be a minor author, referring to him only a couple of times in his books and usually ridiculing him in his articles. Chendi wrote of Macedonski being “the caricature of a man”, having “a feverish mind” and being motivated by “the brutal instinct of revenge”. Sunt ca orice om.
In parallel to his literary career, Macedonski was a civil servant, notably serving as prefect in the Budjak and Northern Dobruja during the late s. Vianu notes that changes took place in the poet’s relationship with his public: Thus, a common perception is that his literature had a strongly visual aspect, the notion being condensed in Cincinat Pavelescu ‘s definition of Macedonski: