Take Ionescu
Take or Tache Ionescu ([ˈtake joˈnesku]; born Dumitru Ghiţă Ioan and also known as Demetriu G. Ionnescu; October 25 [O.S. October 13] 1858 – June 2, 1922) was a Romanian centri...
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I. Dragoslav
I. Dragoslav or Ion Dragoslav, pen names of Ion V. Ivaciuc or Ion Sumanariu Ivanciuc (June 14, 1875 – May 5, 1928), was a Romanian writer. His presence on the local literary scene meant successive aff...
Violeta Friedman
Violeta Friedman (1930 — 2000) was a Jewish Holocaust survivor turned author born in Marghita, Transylvania, Romania. In 1995 she published a book titled Mis memorias (My Memories). She died in Madrid...
Ion Ioanid
Ion Ioanid (28 March 1926 – 12 October 2003) was a Romanian dissident and writer. Ioanid was a political prisoner of the communists-led regime after the Second World War and spent 12 years in prison a...
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Ștefan Baciu
Ștefan Aurel Baciu (Spanish: Esteban Baciu; October 29, 1918 – January 6, 1993) was a Romanian and Brazilian poet, novelist, publicist and academic who lived his later life in Hawaii. A precocious...
Gregor von Rezzori
Gregor von Rezzori (May 13, 1914 – April 23, 1998), born Gregor Arnulph Hilarius d'Arezzo, was an Austrian-born German-language novelist, memoirist, screenwriter and author of radio plays, as well as ...
Raoul Șorban
Raoul Șorban (September 4, 1912 - July 19, 2006) was a Romanian painter, journalist, writer, essayist, art historian, academic, and memoirist.
His father, the composer Guilelm Șorban, descended fr...
Alexandru Șafran
Alexandru Şafran (or Alexandre Safran; September 12, 1910 – July 27, 2006) was a Romanian and, after 1948, Swiss rabbi. As chief rabbi of Romania (1940–1948), he intervened with authorities in the fas...
Sașa Pană
Sașa Pană (pen name of Alexandru Binder; 8 August 1902—22 August 1981) was a Romanian avant-garde poet, novelist, and short story writer.
Born to a Jewish family in Bucharest, he trained as ...
Șerban Cioculescu
Şerban Cioculescu ([ʃerˈban t͡ʃjokuˈlesku]; 7 September 1902 – 25 June 1988) was a Romanian literary critic, literary historian and columnist, who held teaching positions in Romanian literature at the...
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V. A. Urechia
V. A. Urechia (most common version of Vasile Alexandrescu Urechia, [vaˈsile aleksanˈdresku uˈreke̯a]; born Vasile Alexandrescu and also known as Urechiă, Urechea, Ureche, Popovici-Ureche or Vasile Ure...
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Constantin Argetoianu
Constantin Argetoianu (March 15 [O.S. March 3] 1871 – February 6, 1955) was a Romanian politician, one of the best-known personalities of interwar Greater Romania, who served a...
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Octavian Codru Tăslăuanu
Octavian Codru Tăslăuanu (February 1, 1876 – October 22, 1942) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Romanian magazine publisher, non-fiction writer and politician.
Born in Bélbor, Maros-Torda County...
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Poema rondelurilor
Poema rondelurilor is the title of a 1927 collection of rondel cycles by the Romanian poet Alexandru Macedonski. It contains the following rondels divided into the following cycles:
Alexandru Tzigara-Samurcaș
Alexandru Tzigara-Samurcaș ([alekˈsandru t͡siˈɡara samurˈkaʃ]; also known as Al. Tzigara, Tzigara-Sumurcaș, Tzigara-Samurcash, Tzigara-Samurkasch or Țigara-Samurcaș; April 4, 1872 – April 1, 1952) was...
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N. Petraşcu
N. Petraşcu or Pĕtraşcu (common renditions of Nicolae Petraşcu, born Nicolae Petrovici; December 5, 1859 - May 24, 1944) was a Romanian journalist, essayist, literary critic, novelist, and memoirist. ...
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Mircea Nedelciu
Mircea Nedelciu ([ˈmirt͡ʃe̯a neˈdelt͡ʃju]; November 12, 1950 – July 12, 1999) was a Romanian short-story writer, novelist, essayist and literary critic, one of the leading exponents of the Optze...
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Christian Mititelu
Christian Gheorghe Mititelu (b. Bucharest, April 11, 1944) is a Romanian journalist. He was the director of Romanian department of the BBC.
He attended Polytechnic University of Bucharest between ...
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