Romanian Pacifists: Tristan Tzara, Mihail Sadoveanu, Eugen Relgis, Alecu Constantinescu, Wilhelm Stepper-Tristis, Octav B Ncil

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9781156591178: Romanian Pacifists: Tristan Tzara, Mihail Sadoveanu, Eugen Relgis, Alecu Constantinescu, Wilhelm Stepper-Tristis, Octav B Ncil
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 46. Chapters: Tristan Tzara, Mihail Sadoveanu, Eugen Relgis, Alecu Constantinescu, Wilhelm Stepper-Tristis, Octav B?ncil?. Excerpt: Mihail Sadoveanu (Romanian pronunciation: ; occasionally referred to as Mihai Sadoveanu; November 5, 1880 - October 19, 1961) was a Romanian novelist, short story writer, journalist and political figure, who twice served as acting republican head of state under the communist regime (1947-1948 and 1958). One of the most prolific Romanian-language writers, he is remembered mostly for his historical and adventure novels, as well as for his nature writing. An author whose career spanned five decades, Sadoveanu was an early associate of the traditionalist magazine S?m?n?torul, before becoming known as a Realist writer and an adherent to the Poporanist current represented by Via?a Româneasc? journal. His books, critically acclaimed for their vision of age-old solitude and natural abundance, are generally set in the historical region of Moldavia, building on themes from Romania's medieval and early modern history. Among them are Neamul ?oim?re?tilor ("The ?oim?re?ti Family"), Fra?ii Jderi ("The Jderi Brothers") and Zodia Cancerului ("Under the Sign of the Crab"). With Venea o moar? pe Siret... ("A Mill Was Floating down the Siret..."), Baltagul ("The Hatchet") and some other works of fiction, Sadoveanu extends his fresco to contemporary history and adapts his style to the psychological novel, Naturalism and Social realism. A traditionalist figure whose perspective on life was a combination of nationalism and Humanism, Sadoveanu moved between right- and left-wing political forces throughout the interwar period, while serving terms in Parliament. Rallying with People's Party, the National Agrarian Party, and the National Liberal Party-Br?tianu, he was editor of the leftist newspapers...

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