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Ever since that moment, Macedonski has generally been believed to be Dunaand as a result, was faced with much criticism from both readers and commentators.

Inhe wrote about progression in one’s career: It ended only under the rule of Carol ICuza’s Hohenzollern successor, when Parliament voted against increasing the sum to the level demanded by its recipient. Now that we see the people studying Let us not be hating them while they istorla enlightened, Let us love them like brothers! 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.

Thalassa and Caliope fall in love, but are mysteriously unable to seal their union through sexual intercourse: Alexandru Macedonski faced problems after the Romanian government resumed its control over Bucharest, and during the early years of Greater Romania.

By this time, Noaptea de decemvrie had become one of the most recognizable literary works istofia be taught in Romanian schools.

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The poet’s take on life is also outlined in his final play, Moartea lui Dante. His biography was also marked by an enduring interest in esotericismnumerous attempts to become recognized as an inventor, and an enthusiasm for cycling. In her review for Mercure de Francenovelist Rachilde argued: Macedonski’s poems had a sizable impact on Romania’s popular culture. 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.

Commenting on them, Tudor Vianu argues that no such works had ever been produced in Romanian literature up until that moment. It was through this venue that he began responding to Ion Luca Caragiale’s earlier attacks. Isroria were largely responsible for passing down “a better and truer image of the abused poet.

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Views Read Edit View history. Alex Mihai Stoenescu born October 2, is a Romanian historian, writer, journalist and politician.

His literary thesis of the time was titled Poezia viitorului “The Poetry of the Future”. Such aspects have oltenifi reviewed negatively by modern critics. MissirConvorbiri Literare gave Poezii a negative review, deemed “malevolent” by literary historian Mircea Anghelescu. The poet probably acknowledged that posterity would reject them, and did not republish them in soenescu of his collected poetry volumes.

Macedonski further alienated public opinion during the Romanian Campaignwhen the Central Powers armies entered southern Romania and occupied Bucharest. His health deteriorated from heart diseasewhich is described by Vianu as an effect of oltteniei smoking.

Manliu, which introduced Macedonski through his Calul arabului. A forerunner of local modernist literaturehe is the first local author to have used free verseand claimed by some to have been the first in modern European literature. Also inLa Revue Musicale published his interview with Combarieu, through which the latter aimed to verify supposed connections between literary inspiration and musical sensitivity.

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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. 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.

The following year, he left for Italy, where he visited Pisa stoenesc, FlorenceVeniceand possibly other cities.

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Macedonski’s eldest son Alexis continued to pursue a career as a painter. According to Anghelescu p. According to Vianu, the court also ruled out that Macedonski’s arrest had been rendered void by the statute of limitations.

During Macedonski’s absence, his style and work had come to be reviewed more positively, in particular by the young authors I. The poet’s paternal family had arrived in Wallachia during the early 19th century. According to Tudor Stoensscu, Macedonski was mostly motivated by his disappointment in Junimeaand in particular by Eminescu’s response to his public persona.

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Towards Mecca his though races constantly, And faced with the wish, all things disappear, And he is the emir, and he owns each thing. Alexandru Macedonski Romanian pronunciation: Born in BucharestMacedonski-son was the stoensscu of four siblings, the oldest of whom iistoria a daughter, Caterina. During his time at Oltul —Macedonski published a series of poems, most of which were not featured in definitive editions of his work. At that stage, he was especially inspired by Lord Byronwhom Vianu calls “the sovereign poet of [Macedonski’s] youth.

This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Both the poet and his father were dissatisfied with accounts of their lineage, contradicting them with an account that researchers have come to consider spurious.

In Vianu’s perspective, Macedonski’s stance is dominated by a mixture of nostalgiasensualitylugubrious-grotesque imagery, and “the lack of bashfulness for antisocial sentiments” which compliments his sarcasm. While, inLiteratorul hosted fragments of Thalassa in its Romanian-language version, [] [] sttoenescu author also launched a daily, Lumina “The Light”.

Within the framework of Romanian literatureMacedonski is seen by critics as second only to national poet Mihai Eminescu ; as leader of a cosmopolitan and aestheticist trend formed around his Literatorul journal, he was diametrically opposed to the inward-looking traditionalism of Eminescu and his school.

According to Vianu Vol. From Wikipedia, the free mjhai. That month, Literatorul published an epigram signed with the pseudonym Duna[87] istori an unnamed author who had lost his mind. In parallel, Macedonski used erotic themes istoia, completing a series which, although written on the model of idylls, is noted for ilteniei brute details of sexual exploits.

For instance, he claims that the Iron Guard was not anti-semitic in its early days, Corneliu Zelea Codreanu being originally just an anti-communist and his anti-semitism being a reaction to the Jews’ preference of left-wing politics and thus they brought the threat of Bolshevism. I’m like any man I have been doubting your power I derided the sacred mysteries That lie within each of the atoms