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Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, III (1), p. 87-92
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:Romanian culture and civilization have always stood in a kind of „cohabitation” with European values, although in the last 5-6 decades they were in the difficult position of a neglected brother, as the Romanian writer Ion D. Sirbu wrote in a letter to a friend from a Western country.
Even if sometimes Western values were far from the Romanian ones, and even if some of the Romanian writers wrote their books according to the communist dispositions, there were many others (poets, novelists, literary critics) who contributed to maintaining our culture at the European level, cultivating European democratic values.
In this paper, in perfect concordance with one of the most pro-European Romanian scholars, Adrian Marino, we assert that, in spite of historical, political and social circumstances (e.g., communist censorship), Romanian literature “has never left Europe in a total and radical way”.
Language: Romanian

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