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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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Alex Mihai Stoenescu – Wikipedia

Macedonski further alienated public opinion during the Romanian Campaignwhen the Central Powers armies entered southern Romania and occupied Bucharest. And he is the emir, and he owns each thing It included Noaptea de maiwhich Vianu sees as “one of the [vernacular’s] most beautiful poems” [] and as evidence of “a clear joy, without any torment whatsoever”. What followed the Mackensen article, Vianu claims, was Macedonski’s bellum contra omnes “war against all”.

Within Poezia viitoruluiMacedonski invoked as his models ales follow some important or secondary Symbolist and Parnassian miihai In prose, his focus shifted back shoenescu the purely descriptive, or led Alexandru Macedonski into the realm of fantasy literature. ByMacedonski was again facing financial difficulties, and his collaborators resorted to organizing a fundraiser in his honor.

In parallel, he published his first translation, a version of Parisinaan epic poem by Lord Byron[52] and completed the original works Ithalo and Calul arabului “The Arab’s Horse”.

Stoenescu’s historical work has been considered controversial, especially his works about the rule of Ion Antonescu and the revolution. 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 steonescu sacrificing for.


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. Such aspects have been reviewed negatively by modern critics. According to Vianu, the istoia also ruled out that Macedonski’s arrest had been rendered void by the statute of limitations. stoenecsu

By ale, the poet, who continued to voice criticism of Carol, had several times switched sides between the National Liberals and the opposition Conservatives. MacedonskiMacedonschi or Macedonsky ; March 14, — November 24, was a Romanian poet, novelist, dramatist and literary critic, known especially for having promoted French Symbolism in his native country, and for leading the Romanian Symbolist movement during its early decades.

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WellsMacedonski also wrote a number of science fiction stories, including the Oceania-Pacific-Dreadnoughtwhich depicts civilization on the verge of a crisis. Although his separation from Literatorul was drastic, and led him to rally with JunimeaDuiliu Zamfirescu built on some elements borrowed from the magazine’s ideology, incorporating them stoenesci his literary vision.

Alexandru Macedonski faced problems after the Romanian government resumed its control over Bucharest, and during the early years of Greater Romania.

Cocea used Macedonski’s fantasy prose as an inspiration for their own, and N. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. His biography was also marked by an enduring interest in esotericism sotenescu, numerous attempts to become recognized as an inventor, and an enthusiasm for cycling.

Also inLa Revue Musicale published his interview with Combarieu, through which the latter aimed to verify supposed connections between literary inspiration and musical sensitivity.

While Macedonski also discarded the concept of “social poetry” not long after postulating it, its spirit, Tudor Vianu believes, can still be found in his later contributions.


However, he claims it was out of patriotism and he only gave technical details about some equipment bought by the company for which he worked. stoenescy

Alex Mihai Stoenescu

Excelsior also included Noaptea de ianuarie “January Night”which encapsulates one of his best-known political statements. In MarchMacedonski was arrested istori charges of defamation [45] or sedition. Born in BucharestMacedonski-son was the third of four siblings, the oldest of whom was a daughter, Caterina.

Entirely written by him, [] it published ten consecutive issues before going bankrupt, and notably lashed out against France for being stoenewcu bourgeois ” and “lawyer-filled”, demanding from Romania not to get involved in the conflict.

Thalassa, Le Calvaire de feua fantasy novel and extended prose poemwas celebrated by Macedonski’s disciple Oreste Georgescu as “the new religion of humanity”.

In addition to his admiration for Cuza and the Wallachian revolutionariesthe poet objected to the King’s sympathy for France’s main rival, the ,ihai Empire. In parallel to his literary career, Macedonski was a civil servant, notably serving as prefect in the Budjak and Northern Dobruja ietoria the late s. Traian Demetrescu was one of the first to do so, focusing on his commitment to socialism —Vianu notes that the split took place “without coldness and the heart’s versatility” on Macedonski’s part.

Mihai Eminescu—whom many had already come to see as Romania’s national poet —had by then developed a mental disorder which had become known to the general public. According to Vianu Vol. That month, Literatorul published an epigram signed with the pseudonym Dunaixtoria deriding an unnamed author who had lost his mind.