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FundoianuPoeziiEditura MinervaBucharest,p. InMacedonski published a new collection of poetry. Partly rendered in Perpessicus, p. Alex Mihai Stoenescu born October 2, is a Romanian historian, writer, journalist and politician. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.
In its first version, the magazine was co-edited oolteniei Macedonski, Bonifaciu Stoenesvu and poet Th. Naturalist depiction was also the main element in his prose pieces of the early s.
The new cabinet eventually appointed him Prefect of Bolgrad region, in the Budjak at the time part of Romania. At the time, Russian volunteers were amassed on the Budjak border, requesting from the Romanian authorities the right of free passage into the Principality of Serbia.
Alexandru Macedonski original works in Romanian. Macedonski’s status as one of Romanian literature’s greats was consolidated later in the 20th century. During that period, Macedonski became interested in the political scene and political journalism, first as a sympathizer of the liberal-radical current —which, inorganized itself around the National Liberal Party. It was through this venue that he began responding to Ion Istorka Caragiale’s earlier attacks.
His mjhai acquired mythical proportions for his followers.
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The poet probably acknowledged that posterity would reject them, and did not republish them in any of his collected poetry volumes. His manuscript is written in ink of several colors, which, he believed, was to help readers get a full sense of its meaning.
Cernat notes that the same view is held by Vianu.
He’s young, he’s a charm, he’s a bolt, he’s a god, But in each day oltenifi feels he is swept by a dream His literary thesis of the time was titled Poezia viitorului “The Poetry of the Future”. Although Alexandru Macedonski frequently changed his style and views on literary matters, a number of constants have been traced throughout his work. That month, Literatorul published an epigram signed with the pseudonym Duna deriding an unnamed author who had lost his mind.
Within Poezia viitoruluiMacedonski invoked as his models to follow some important or secondary Symbolist and Parnassian figures: Retrieved from ” https: Macedonski eventually left Romania invisiting Paris. Mihhai section does not cite any sources.
Also during that stage, Macedonski was exploring the numerous links between Symbolism, mysticism and esotericism. According to Mihai Zamfir, at the end of his transition from the “mimetic and egocentric” verse to Symbolist poetry, Macedonski emerged a “remarkable, often extraordinary” author.
Vianu contends that, although Macedonski “never was familiar with the resigned and patient attitudes”, he was “by no means an evil man. 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. Thalassa, Le Istorria de feu is noted for its numerous cultural references, and especially for using a wide range of metaphors. Inback in Craiova, Macedonski founded 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.
At the same time as being engaged in his most violent polemics, Macedonski produced meditative and serene poems, which were later judged to be among his best.
He also accepted without question the era’s propaganda that those embarked were “communists” who attacked the Romanian and German troops,  while concluding that it was not the first time in history when thousands of innocents paid for the deeds of “a plteniei of [Jewish communist] culprits”. These targeted Vasile Alecsandri and especially Mihi, their context and tone becoming the cause of a major rift between Macedonski and his public.
Macedonski’s quest for excellence found its foremost expression in his recurring motif of life as a pilgrimage to Meccanotably used in his critically acclaimed Nights cycle.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Such aspects have been reviewed negatively by modern critics. 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. Macedonski further alienated public opinion during the Romanian Campaignwhen the Central Powers armies entered southern Romania and occupied Bucharest.
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What followed the Mackensen article, Vianu claims, was Macedonski’s bellum contra omnes “war against all”. 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”.
In addition to his admiration miihai Cuza and the Wallachian revolutionariesthe poet objected to the King’s sympathy for France’s main rival, the German Empire.
Earlier pieces had already come to explore macabre themes characteristic for an early branch of Symbolism. Explained by the writer himself as a reaction against the legacy of Lamartine,  it also signified his brief affiliation with the Naturalist current, a radical segment of the Realist movement. 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 stoenesdu Jews’ preference of left-wing politics and thus they brought the threat of Bolshevism.
ztoenescu At that stage, he was especially inspired by Lord Byronwhom Vianu calls “the sovereign poet of [Macedonski’s] youth. I’d cry for him if in bedlam His fate were not one for the best As up to yesterday he had been dopey And now he is merely insane. His health deteriorated from heart diseasewhich is described by Vianu as an effect of constant smoking. Inpresident Emil Constantinescu intended to name him spokesman of the presidency, until he learnt about his collaboration with the Securitate.
The poet’s take on life is also outlined in his final play, Moartea lui Dante.
Many of Macedonski’s most devoted disciples, whom he himself had encouraged, have been rated by various critics as secondary or mediocre.
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.
Although showcased by the National Theater with star actor Constantin Nottara in the title role, it failed to register success with the public. Cocea used Macedonski’s fantasy prose as an inspiration oltenlei their own, and N.