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Timpul trăirii, timpul mărturisirii. Pagini din arhiva Pillat

Publication: Text şi discurs religios, III, Section Literatura și sacrul, p. 451-459
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:The essay A Time to Live, A Time to Confess. A Few Pages from the Pillat's Archive brings to the fore a series of documents that account for the specific features of Dinu Pillat's posthumous novel, “Aşteptînd ceasul de apoi” (“Waiting for the Time to Come”). This novel develops the political theme of the Legionary movement (a Romanian variant of the Fascism that nevertheless anchors into definite religious bedding). Because of its Legionary inflections, Dinu Pillat was sent to jail by the Communist Party, yielding himself on the accused bench shoulder to shoulder with other important intellectuals such as Constantin Noica, Aexandru Paleologu or Nicolae Steinhard. The paper relates the novel with the Pillat letters so as to evince the humanist ethical dimension of aesthetic pursuits.
Language: Romanian

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