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Antimodernii Eminescu şi Caragiale

Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, VIII (2), p. 65-75
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:Having as a starting point Antoine Compagnon’s recent book, The Anti-Moderns. From Joseph de Maistre to Roland Barthes, the present paper aims at examining the so-called philosophy of Mihai Eminescu and I. L. Caragiale, as it is manifested in their journalistic activity, but also in their literary work, where they develop an original social and political thinking.
On the other hand, the paper will question several points of view belonging to some of the most important literary critics starting from Ibrăileanu and Lovinescu and ending up with Eugen Simion or Marta Petreu. The main idea is that we can no longer accept terms such as extreme social criticism or mere irony and we need to define Eminescu's and Caragiale's thinking in terms of recent, more appropriate theories. That is why, the papers tries to prove that the above mentioned writers illustrate, to a certain point and in different manners, the concept of ”anti-modernity”, as it was defined by Antoine Compagnon.
Key words:modernity, anti-modernity, conservatism, national identity, Compagnon, Eminescu, Caragiale
Language: Romanian

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