“Biography and Romanian Studies” is comprised of a collection of articles, in both English and Romanian, written by Romanian and American scholars, on subjects relating to biography and Romanian studies. These papers were presented at the Third International Conference of the Center for Romanian Studies held in Iasi, Romania, 9-10 July 1997.
Articles included: Adam J. Sorkin, Parallel Universes: Marin Sorescu and the Biographer’s Memory; Ingeborg M. Kohn, Cioran’s “French” Biography: The Man, and the Man of Letters; Dumitru Dorobat, Fascina]ia biografiei lui Benjamin Franklin — cazul romanilor; Ioan Saizu, Elegia lui Eminescu in portretistica unor contemporani; Mihai Drecin, Partenie Cozma — un posibil model de “biografie liant” intre generatii; Demetrius Dvoichenko de Markov, Ceausul David Corbea; Diana Fotescu, Masoni romani intre precepte si politica (1918-1938); Dumitru Preda, Introducere la o viitoare biografie a primului maresal al Romaniei — Constantin Presan; Constantin Hlihor, Un protagonist al evenimentelor de la 23 August 1944 — generalul Gheorghe Mihail; and many others.
Imprint: Center for Romanian Studies
388 pp., 6 x 9 in. (229 x 152 mm)
Languages: English and Romanian
Date of Publication: 1998
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