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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While writing The Forbidden Forest, Eliade realized again that he was never going to be able to give up literature since, for him, fiction was more than eliadee violon d’Ingres; it was his very own way of preserving his spiritual and mental health. Roxana Hincu rated it it was amazing Aug 31, Editura Fundatiei Culturale Romane,pp.

While mircwa Renaissance philosophy, Eliade became persuaded that he had to broaden his cultural horizon and dig deeper in order to arrive at a more comprehensive humanism –i.

La ţigănci & Pe strada Mîntuleasa The Gypsy / Mîntuleasa Street

My first real “book” in Romanian! At the same time, Eliade became interested in exploring the symbolism of the androgyny and the dialectics of the integration of opposites. University of Notre Dame Press, This theme was developed later in The Snakea fantastic novel with banal characters that become involved in a series of strange happenings. Cugetarea, ; Lumina ce se stinge Bucharest: While being keenly aware that he did not write a book that represented him totally, Eliade was never wary of stressing the unity of his oeuvre.

Most of the books he published during this decade were academic, culminating with the first two volumes of the monumental History of Religious Ideas the original French editions came out in and Some critics of Eliade’s works have rightly suggested that his literary works represent perhaps the best introduction to his thought. The activities organized by Criterion ceased eventually toward the end of as a wave of political extremism began to sweep the whole country.

His second book, The Light That Failed was finished in and published four years later. The watchful eye of the Secret Services did not spare Eliade who had written a few right-wing articles.


Still believing in the future of the fantastic novel as a new mythology, Eliade was tempted to return to fiction prose as he became worried that his exegetical, scientific work would prevent him from writing his most “personal” books which would reflect best his Weltanschauung. Publicom, ; Insula lui Euthanasius Bucharest: Irina Preda rated it it was amazing Jul 22, At the same time, the first critical interpretations of his works started coming out, culminating with a Festschrift, Myths and Symbols: Cultura Nationala, ; India Bucharest: From Muhammad to the Age of Reforms Chicago: 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.

Dictionary of the History of Ideas New York: Alin Cehan rated it really liked it Jan 27, Following his staunch refusal, he was sent to a detention camp at Miercurea Ciuc Transylvania where he joined his professor, Nae Ionescu. Mar 07, Theron rated it it was amazing. Victor Stoica rated it liked it Nov 27, 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 Eliade’s thesis on Yoga was the outcome of many years of research.

In the fall ofEliade and his friends founded in Bucharest “The Criterion Association for Arts, Literature and Philosophy,” a cultural organization that held a series of public lectures and sponsored various other cultural events. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Maria rated it liked it Dec 26, In the summer ofwhile working hard on his book on shamanism, Eliade suddenly succumbed to the temptation of writing a new novel –The Forbidden Forest– that was going to occupy him for the next five years. Gallimard, ; A l’ombre d’une fleur de lys Paris: The Eliades 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.

Journal, New York: Eliade also edited collections of writings of Nae Ionescu and B. Journal founded and edited by Mircea Eliade; Luceafarul.


Eliade tried hard to obtain a permanent position in Paris only to find that his political past made him suspect in the eyes of many Marxist Parisian circles. Anca rated it liked it Sep 12, Sep 22, Alexandru Ilie rated it really liked it.

The Forbidden Forest was for him much more than a new title added to his bibliography; it also meant a wliade stone between past and future. Cahiers de l’Herne Paris: Hailed as a “revolution” in Romanian literary history it was awarded the national prize of the yearthis book was one of Eliade’s most successful works that gained him recognition as a major literary writer in Romania.

The Seabury Press, ; J. In The Return from Paradise, Eliade returned to the issue of his generation and deplored the loss of the paradise in cartew he and his fellows had lived before being thrown into history the theme of the terror of history was also going to loom large in his later writings and novels.

Mona rated it it was amazing Oct 22, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner, to3 vols. Written with the belief that everything lay within the ds 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.

La ţigănci & Pe strada Mîntuleasa The Gypsy / Mîntuleasa Street by Mircea Eliade

Eliade greatly enjoyed Lisbon which was for him a true haven miircea he could live and work safely. The attic was his exclusive place where he could read with impunity as long as he pleased.

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As Eliade recalled in dde Autobiography I,near all of the ideas expounded in the books published in French and English after can be found in nuce in his Romanian essays written between and Destin, ; From Primitives to Zen.