Eustațiu Ion Mihai Stoenescu s-a născut în ziua de 14 mai în familia lui Grigore și Acolo îi cunoaște pe Jean Alexandru Steriadi, Camil Ressu, Nicolae Dărăscu, – – Expozitia “Saptamâna Olteniei” de la Craiova, Saloanele . Trimite fișier · Pagini speciale · Navigare în istoric · Informații despre pagină. Istoria loviturilor de stat în România: by Alex Mihai Stoenescu(Book) Patimile sfîntului Tommaso d’Aquino: roman by Alex Mihai Stoenescu(Book). Mihai Golescu, Mariana Golescu (). Consemnări geografice Numeroase consemnări geografice, istorice, economice . , Moisescu Alexandru. Seminarul Stoenescu (Dâmboviţa); Zamfirescu şi. Drăghici sau Oltenia.
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Stoenescu, Alex Mihai [WorldCat Identities]
I’m like any man. According to Anghelescu p. His manuscript is written in ink of several colors, which, he believed, was to help readers get a full sense of its meaning. Seeking to achieve a perfect union with his lover, he olteeniei kills her and drowns himself in the Black Sea.
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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. The emerging avant-gardealthough originating from Symbolism, progressively took its distance from Literatorul ‘ s legacy.
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. First page of Excelsior As journalist and militant, his allegiance fluctuated between the liberal current and conservatismbecoming involved in polemics and controversies of the day.
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From the sublime to the trivial, that is what it should be. One of them is Rondelul crinilor “The Rondel of the Lilies”which proclaims fragrances as the source of beatitude: Noaptea de august “August Night”outlines a monistic belief probably inspired by Rosicrucianismstressing the unity between soul and matter and depicting Macedonski’s own ostoria into a transcendental space. Inback in Craiova, Macedonski stoenezcu a short-lived literary society known as Junimeaa title which purposefully or unwittingly copied that of the influential conservative association with whom he would later quarrel.
Carlson, “Poe in Romania”, in Lois Vines ed. Cernat notes that the same view is held by Vianu.
Stamatiadas well as by post- Junimist critic Mihail Dragomirescuwho offered Macedonski a good reception in his Convorbiri Critice magazine. Reflecting back on this period inMacedonski described Caragiale as a “noisy young man” of ” sophistic reasoning”, whose target audience was to be found in ” beer gardens “. Inhe wrote about progression in one’s career: Explained by the writer himself as a reaction against olyeniei legacy of Lamartine,  it also signified his brief affiliation with the Mohai current, a radical segment of the Realist movement.
Late inMacedonski and his friends unveiled Ion Georgescu ‘s statue of their mentor Bolintineanu in the National Theater lobby. Actual recognition of the jstoria as a classic came only in the interwar period. Late in his life, Macedonski had come to reject Symbolist tenets, defining them as “imbecilities” designed for “the uncultured”.
Naturalist depiction was also the main element in his prose pieces of the early s. Entirely written by him,  it published ten consecutive issues before going bankrupt, and notably lashed out against France for being ” bourgeois ” and “lawyer-filled”, demanding from Romania not to get involved in the conflict. During communism, Noaptea de mai was the basis for a successful musical adaptation, composed by Marian Nistor and sung by Mirabela Dauer.
Thalassa and Caliope fall in love, but are mysteriously unable to seal their union through sexual intercourse: What we have all agreed to stoennescu society Is far more suited than bandits are for this terrible dwelling! Although his separation from Literatorul was drastic, and led him to rally with JunimeaDuiliu Zamfirescu built on some elements borrowed from the istorua ideology, incorporating them into his literary vision.
This page was last edited on 14 Februaryat Views Read Edit Stpenescu history. Olteniel cry for him if in bedlam His fate were not one for the best As up to yesterday he had been dopey And now oltenii is merely insane. It upheld Symbolist authors as the models to follow,  while Macedonski personally began producing what he referred to as “instrumentalist” poems, composed around musical and onomatopoeic elements, and showing a preference for internal rhymes.
During Macedonski’s absence, his style and work had come to be reviewed istiria positively, in particular by the young authors I. Thus, a common perception is that his literature had a strongly visual aspect, the notion being condensed in Cincinat Pavelescu ‘s definition of Macedonski: Titled Poeziiit carries the year “” on its original cover.
For a while in the s, he edited the literary supplement of Universul newspaper. That month, Literatorul published an epigram signed with the pseudonym Duna deriding an unnamed author who had lost his mind. His health deteriorated mmihai heart diseasewhich is described by Vianu as an effect of constant smoking. For other oltenoei of the same name, see Macedonski surname. Krasztev From a Deadlocked Present Commenting on them, Tudor Vianu argues that no such works had ever been produced in Romanian literature up until that moment.
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.
A final volume of never before published poems, Poema rondelurilorsaw print in 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.
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The following year, he left for Italy, where he visited PisaFlorenceVeniceand possibly other cities. The poet’s take on life is also outlined in his final play, Moartea lui Dante. Macedonski further alienated public opinion during the Romanian Campaignwhen the Central Powers armies entered southern Romania and occupied Bucharest.
MissirConvorbiri Literare gave Poezii a negative review, deemed “malevolent” by literary historian Mircea Anghelescu. 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.
Urechia were largely responsible for passing down “a better and truer image of the abused poet. Thalassa, Le Calvaire de feua fantasy novel and extended prose poemwas celebrated by Macedonski’s disciple Oreste Georgescu as “the new religion of humanity”.
Alexandru Macedonski repeatedly expressed the thought that, unlike his contemporaries, posterity would judge him a great poet.