Paris: Gallimard, Eliade, Mircea. În curte la Dionis (At Dionysus’ Court). Bucharest: Cartea Românească, Eliade, Mircea. “La ţigănci.” La tiganci [Mircea Eliade] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Aceasta carte face parte din colectia Biblioteca scolara a editurii Cartex Mircea Eliade (7 March – 22 April ) Aurelian Craiutu Princeton ( Bucharest: Nationala Ciornei, ); Soliloquii (Bucharest: Carte cu Semne, ); Maitreyi ); La Tiganci si alte povestiri (Bucharest: Editura pentru Literatura.
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Cristina rated it it was amazing Sep 03, The year was a dark one for Eliade: Tudor Boboc rated it it was amazing Dec 03, Alexandra rated it really liked it Jan 18, The greatest discovery of the teenage Eliade was, however, Papini’s L’Uomo finito “seldom have there been books that impressed me more After escaping a night search at his domicile, Eliade was arrested a few weeks later and charged with having suspect foreign contacts.
Isolated from his homeland, alone after so many years, Eliade tried to find a meaning to all the initiatory tortures he had to go through. While being keenly aware that he did not write a book that represented him totally, Eliade was never wary of stressing the unity of his oeuvre. Long; Mircea Eliade, ed.
Eliot, with contributions by M. E una dintre cele mai frumoase nuvele scrised e Eliade din cele citite de mine, desigur.
Andreea rated it really liked it Apr 17, He did not remain confined within the quiet environment of the Hyde Park campus in the Windy City; he continued to be a “wandering scholar” traveling abroad and spending a few months each year in Europe France, Italy.
His father was an army officer and a native of Moldavia tkganci Romanian culture, this region represented the emotional side, melancholy, an interest in philosophy and poetry while his mother was a native of western region of Oltenia Oltenians were considered ambitious, pragmatic, and e,iade people.
The experience of the frequent air attacks and of the famous Blitz of September left a deep impression on Eliade the event was described in The Forbidden Forest. Publicom, ; Insula lui Euthanasius Bucharest: At about ten, he began reading novels and detective stories and was passionately interested in natural sciences, chemistry, zoology and entomology.
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A couple of years later, Eliade used the same technique of the autobiographical journal-novel inspired by the ideal of authenticity in his unpublished novel, Gaudeamus, which was conceived as a sequel to The Novel of the Nearsighted Adolescent.
Revised and enlarged translation of Le chamanisme; Amintiri: Minodora rated it really liked it Sep 19, Mihaela rated it liked it Oct 25, He developed later his philosophy of masculinity and living dangerously in a famous article, “Apology for Virility,” a Papinian manifesto published in and in a series of “Letters to a Provincial” tigannci Two Tales of the Occult New York: While writing The Forbidden Forest, Eliade realized again that he was never going to be able to give up literature since, for him, fiction was more than a violon d’Ingres; it was his very own way of preserving his spiritual and mental health.
As he recalled years later, besides making him politically aware, the Indian experience taught him three main lessons: In the summer ofwhile working hard on his book on shamanism, Eliade suddenly succumbed to the temptation of writing a new novel –The Forbidden Forest– that was going to occupy him for the next five years.
The English-speaking world was, thus, presented with a fully-fledged methodology of the sacred that revealed Eliade’s originality as a historian of religions. It received many positive reviews in the Romanian journals while its author was eiade as “the most thoroughgoing embodiment of Gidism” in Romanian literature. This was the first intimation of the duality that constituted his personality as man of science the diurnal voice of reason and fiction writer the nocturnal wliade.
Drawing on Eliade’s Indian experience and knowledge of Indian philosophy, these novellas were a mixture of reality and fiction, combining techniques of mystery stories with philosophical ideas focusing on the issue of time and the sacred camouflaged in the profane.
Vremea, ; Nunta in cer Bucharest: He also wrote a fantastic short story, A Big Man that presents the rapid transformation of a sick man into a giant that symbolized, in fact, his reintegration into Cosmos and the regression to the archetypal Man.
Inthe year when Eliade became a member of the Society of Romanian writers, he offered his readers three new books: Two new collection of Eliade’s essays were published in Mircfa in I have so many other things to finish. They are a testimony of the interplay between Eliade’s scientific and literary work that demonstrates once again Eliade’s belief in the power of narration that allows one to create imaginary universes.
In The Return from Paradise, Eliade returned to the issue of his generation and deplored the loss of the paradise in which he and his fellows had ds before being thrown into history the theme of the terror tianci history was also going to loom large in his later writings and novels.