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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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Scrieri literare, morale si politice. Their skillfully camouflaged messages are conveyed through stories and myths addressing various themes ranging from man’s biological regeneration Youth Without Youth to theater as spiritual exercise Nineteen roses.
Return to Book Page. Cargea time it described his circle of friends at the University of Bucharest where he was admitted in The Sacred and the Profane New York: 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 creativity.
Hans Peter Duerr, ed. In most of these pieces, the gradual revelation of the fantastic that is concealed beneath the banality of daily events highlights the old idea of the ambivalence of every event; as in The Bridge, an apparently banal happening can sometimes reveal unexpected meanings. Lists with This Book.
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Through this process of self- discipline, he managed to get only three or four hours per night and read thousands of books. Hailed as a “revolution” in Romanian literary history it was awarded the national prize of the yearthis book was one of Eliade’s most successful works that gained him recognition as a major literary writer in Romania.
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 lived before being thrown into history the theme of the terror of history was also going to loom large in his later writings and novels. A staunch traveler –his fascination with travel stemmed from its anamnetic function insofar as it allowed one to recover forgotten fragments of personal history– he moved from one place to another to meet with other scholars and receive various distinctions and honorary degrees Yale, Loyola etc.
As he recalled tigaanci later, besides making him politically aware, the Indian experience taught him three main lessons: Romanian-born historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, professor at the University of Chicago, and one of the pre-eminent interpreters of world religion in this century. Macmillan,8 vols. Sep 22, Alexandru Ilie rated it really liked it. For Eliade, the s were a successful decade, the years of lectures, papers, and conferences that would bring him the long deserved international recognition as a scholar at the expense of Eliade the writer.
The novel describes Eliade’s circle of friends and professors, his rampant bouts of melancholy, and his scouting adventures along with his innermost feelings and thoughts.
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Four new books bearing his name reached the bookstores that year two of them were novels: Edited with an afterword by Mircea Eliade Bucharest: Caietele Inorogului, II, It received many positive reviews in the Romanian journals while its author was hailed morcea “the most thoroughgoing embodiment of Gidism” in Romanian literature.
Journal founded and edited with J. Hortensia Tarna rated it really liked it Sep 12, His reputation as a specialist in the history of religions had yet to be consolidated. Gallimard, ; Le Yoga.
Eliade had already started his lectures at the University of Bucharest and contributed to various journals and newspapers. Cornell University Press, ; Fragments d’un journal Paris: Cristina rated it it was amazing Sep 03, Revised and enlarged translation of Le chamanisme; Amintiri: The main ideal of the novel is the unrecognizability of miracle; along with the theme of the sacred camouflaged in the profane it will be the key to all of Eliade’s later major writings, including his essays in the history of elide.
In India, Eliade spent three years studying Sanskrit, familiarizing himself with the Indian philosophy and writing articles and novels for his Romanian readers. Invited by Olga Froebe- Kapteyn to lecture at the famous Eranos Conferences in Ascona, Italy, in the summer ofEliade became soon a prominent member of that circle –in fact, a multidisciplinary symposium held annually– dominated by the majestic figure of C.