Paris: Gallimard, Eliade, Mircea. În curte la Dionis (At Dionysus’ Court). Bucharest: Cartea Românească, Eliade, Mircea. “La ţigănci.” La tiganci [Mircea Eliade] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Aceasta carte face parte din colectia Biblioteca scolara a editurii Cartex Mircea Eliade (7 March – 22 April ) Aurelian Craiutu Princeton ( Bucharest: Nationala Ciornei, ); Soliloquii (Bucharest: Carte cu Semne, ); Maitreyi ); La Tiganci si alte povestiri (Bucharest: Editura pentru Literatura.

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Want to Read saving…. ByEliade had already acquired the reputation of an astute essayist. Andreea rated it really liked it Apr 17, The attic was his exclusive place where he could read with impunity as long as he eliace.

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Given his origin, Eliade considered himself as a synthesis of contemplation and action; he attributed his moods of deep melancholy to his Moldavian heritage against which he later rebelled in a famous article “Impotriva Moldovei” “Against Moldavia” published in Vremea, ; Salazar si revolutia in Portugalia Bucharest: Ion Cusa, ; Forgerons et alchimistes Paris: Asked to sign a declaration of dissociation from the Legionary movement, Eliade refused because he had never been a member of that organization.

The Catrea had to move twice before settling finally in Bucharest in the house on Melodiei Street whose attic was going to play an almost mythical role in the writer’s life.

Two Tales of the Occult New York: Essais sur le symbolisme magico-religieux Paris: Two of his most important scientific books, Chamanisme and Yogawere published by Payot and Gallimard. Macmillan,8 vols.

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During the s, Eliade continued pursuing his scholarship with renewed stamina and enthusiasm. Unknown Bindingpages. By pointing out that literature is the offspring of mythology and by rediscovering the forgotten sources of literary imagination, he opposed the academic superstition which had tended re dismiss it as non-scientific.

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Log In Sign Up. To be sure, Eliade successfully defended the value of imagination and the free play of mind. The end of this decade marked Eliade’s literary comeback in Romania then enjoying a short period of liberalization where two of his fiction tlganci were published in His reputation as a specialist in the history of religions had yet to be consolidated.

The major literary critics praised the book while lovers of conventional literature were distressed by those passages in which Eliade’s characters behaved “immorally” while trying to live freely and creatively. The University of Chicago Press, Tjganci symbolisme cosmique des monuments religieux.

Gallimard, ; Autobiography. Eliade’s hooligans were young people full of exuberance and belief in their own powers, disrespectful of rigid conventions and concerned with inner freedom and creativity that would make them tiyanci in history. It stirred passionate controversies and led to a public scandal, the young writer being accused of pornography his enemies also requested his expulsion from the university.

Ina research grant awarded by Bollingen Foundation of New York delivered Eliade from the nightmare of poverty in which he had been living since his arrival in Paris in Romanian-born historian of religion, fiction writer, philosopher, professor at the University of Chicago, and one of the pre-eminent interpreters of world religion in this century. The greatest discovery of the teenage Eliade was, however, Papini’s L’Uomo finito “seldom have there been books that impressed me more Hence, his obsession xartea he must write at least one “great book” and his fear that external circumstances might prevent him from writing his oeuvre in its entirety by that time he had plans for some twenty books.


Siv Gaby rated it it was amazing Oct 28, This book expressed, in fact, Eliade’s belief that nothing can make a truly creative person fail, short of his loss of mkrcea. The activities organized by Criterion ceased eventually toward the end of as a wave of political extremism began to sweep the whole country.

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Written with the belief that everything lay within the powers of the young writers, these essays offered a courageous and well-articulated statement of Eliade’s ideas about the task and destiny of his generation that was going to become truly unique in the Romanian cultural history.

At the same time, Claude-Henri Roquet published a superb book of conversations with Eliade, L’Epreuve du labyrinthe Ordeal by Labyrinthwhich shows us a candid Eliade meditating at his intellectual and spiritual journey. Publicom, ; Insula lui Euthanasius Bucharest: By that time, he had already learned that the sacred is to be found in the midst of the profane, not in withdrawal from it. Some critics of Eliade’s works have rightly suggested that his literary works represent perhaps the best introduction to his thought.

For him, the specific function of a diary was to save and preserve time; in other words, by writing a journal one could capture the tone of a particular moment, the spirit of a place, or the perfume of a book which he could relive when rereading ce. Suspected of tuberculosis further analyses did not confirm, however, the initial diagnosishe was transferred to a sanatorium further south to be released only three weeks later.