List of Romanian language poets
The following is a list of famous or notable Romanian language poets grouped by period of activity (years link to corresponding "[year] in poetry" articles):
List of Romanian language poets - Wikipedia
János Mattis-Teutsch
Artist complex, sculptor, pictor, grafician, poet si teoretician al artei, Hans Mattis-Teutsch, s-a afirmat ca una dintre personalitatile de frunte ale avang...
George Bacovia
George Bacovia ([ˈd͡ʒe̯ord͡ʒe baˈkovi.a]; the pen name of George Vasiliu; September 17 [O.S. September 4] 1881 – 22 May 1957) was a Romanian symbolist poet. While he initially belong...
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Oskar Pastior
Oskar Pastior (20 October 1927 – 4 October 2006) was a Romanian-born German poet and translator. He was the only German member of Oulipo.Born into a Transylvanian Saxon family in Sibiu (Hermannstadt),...
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Haig Acterian
Haig Acterian (also known under his pen name Mihail; March 5, 1904–c. August 8, 1943) was a Romanian film and theater director, critic, dramatist, poet, journalist, and fascist political activis...
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Ana Blandiana
Ana Blandiana ([ˈana blandiˈana]; pen name of Otilia Valeria Coman; b. 25 March 1942, Timişoara) is a Romanian poet, essayist, and political figure. She took her name after Blandiana, near Vințu de Jo...
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Mihai Beniuc
Mihai Beniuc (20 November 1907 in Sebiş, Arad County (then Austria-Hungary) – 24 June 1988) was a Romanian socialist realist poet, dramatist and novelist. He graduated from the University of C...
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Anton Pann
Anton Pann (born Antonie Pantoleon-Petroveanu, and also mentioned as Anton Pantoleon or Petrovici; 1790s—2 November 1854), was an Ottoman-born Wallachian composer, musicologist, and Romanian-lan...
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Sesto Pals
Sesto Pals, pen name of Simion (or Semion) Șestopali (born Шестопаль, also rendered as S(h)estopal, Sestopaly, or Sestopali; ca. 1912 – October 27, 2002), was a Russian-born Romanian and Israeli write...
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