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Viziunea lui Sextil Puşcariu asupra eminescianismului

Publication: Caietele Sextil Pușcariu, I, Section Istorie literară și culturală, p. 255
Actele Conferinței Internaționale „Zilele Sextil Pușcariu”, Ediția I, Cluj-Napoca, 12–13 septembrie 2013
Editori: Eugen Pavel, Nicolae Mocanu; Coperta: Călin Stegerean; Layout: Nicolae Mocanu
Tiparul a fost finanțat de Asociația Culturală „Text și discurs religios” din Iași
Publisher:Editura Scriptor; Editura Argonaut
Abstract:The national character of M. Eminescu’s work has often been overemphasized by Eminescu scholars, although such assessments have not always been grounded in evidence from the authentic lyrical roots of autochthonism. Sextil Puşcariu, outstanding linguist and scholar, was among the first specialists to deserve praise for an insightful and appropriate interpretation of Eminescu’s ‘Romanianness’. In an early article, Sextil Puşcariu set out to prove, in objective restrained terms (unlike so much declamatory and bombastic Eminescu criticism at the time), that the poet undeniably belonged to Romanian spirituality.
Puşcariu’s remarks on the specific Romanian mentality through the lenses of which Eminescu wrote about universal themes are especially powerful and indicate a modern vision which has been confirmed by some contemporary Eminescy scholars. Puşcariu’s insightful interpretation is also corroborated by T. Vianu, a major critic of Eminescu’s work, who explains Eminescu’s Romanianness as a result of the meeting point between “his cultural formation and the roots that spring from the deep well of folkloric creativity and perhaps from the memories kept in the blood”.
Key words:
  • pesimist, optimist, romantic, realist, tradiţionalist
  • pessimism, optimism, Romanticism, realism, traditionalism
Language: Romanian

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