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Romanian Poets: Tristan Tzara, Irving Layton, Mihail Sadoveanu, Ion Luca Caragiale, Benjamin Fondane, Alexandru Macedonski, Ion Creang

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Published December 22nd 2012
ISBN : 9781157269229
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424 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 145. Chapters: Nicolae Iorga, Mihail Sadoveanu, Ion Luca Caragiale, Benjamin Fondane, Alexandru Macedonski, Ion Creang, Urmuz, Felix Aderca. Excerpt: Nicolae Iorga (Romanian pronunciation: sometimes Neculai Iorga, Nicolas Jorga, Nicolai Jorga or Nicola Jorga, born Nicu N. Iorga- January 17, 1871 - November 27, 1940) was a Romanian historian, politician, literary critic, memoirist, poet and playwright. Co-founder (in 1910) of the Democratic Nationalist Party (PND), he served as a member of Parliament, President of the Deputies Assembly and Senate, cabinet minister and briefly (1931-32) as Prime Minister. A child prodigy, polymath and polyglot, Iorga produced an unusually large body of scholarly works, consecrating his international reputation as a medievalist, Byzantinist, Latinist, Slavist, art historian and philosopher of history. Holding teaching positions at the University of Bucharest, the University of Paris and several other academic institutions, Iorga was founder of the International Congress of Byzantine Studies and the Institute of South-East European Studies (ISSEE). His activity also included the transformation of V lenii de Munte town into a cultural and academic center. In parallel with his scientific contributions, Nicolae Iorga was a prominent right-of-center activist, whose political theory bridged conservatism, nationalism and agrarianism. From Marxist beginnings, he switched sides and became a maverick disciple of the Junimea movement. Iorga later became a leadership figure at S m n torul, the influential literary magazine with populist leanings, and militated within the Cultural League for the Unity of All Romanians, founding vocally conservative publications such as Neamul Romanesc, Drum Drept, Cuget Clar and Floarea Darurilor. His support for the cause of ethnic Romanians in Austria-Hungary made him a prominent figure in the pro-Entente camp by the time of World War I, and ensured him a special political role during the interwar existence of Greater Romania. Initiator of large-scale campaigns to defend Romanian culture in front of perceived threats, Iorga sparked most controversy with his