Indirect Free Style In Vasile Voiculescu’s Prose – Claudia Ileana SPINEANU

INDIRECT FREE STYLE IN VASILE VOICULESCU’S PROSE

Romanian edition. Original title: STILUL INDIRECT LIBER IN PROZA LUI VASILE VOICULESCU

Claudia Ileana SPINEANU

LUMENCopyright © 2009CULTURAL DIMENSIONS Book Series

FORMAT: Paperback         PAGES: 108          LANGUAGE: Romanian

ISBN:  978-973-166-132-2

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Description:

An author’s biography can often be a starting point for those who study his work. Sometimes detectable, sometimes not, the data provided by his social and cultural life represent a possible prism of a proper interpretation. This way of approaching the literary work presupposes reservations about the idea of ​​the absolute autonomy of the artistic text (considered only from the perspective of reception and broken by the context in which it was created). When stylistics appeals to the author’s biography, it inevitably approaches literary history and criticism. In the case of Vasile Voiculescu, the biography should not be ignored, as it constitutes the deep background of his “imaginary”. Starting from his native Pârscov, a village on the Buzău Valley, which hosted on an autumn night in 1884 (November 27, according to the birth certificate) “the emergence in the light” of the greatest prose writer and Romanian playwright of the 20th century, we will find numerous correspondences with the village world imagined in the work of Voiculescu. Many of the characters in the short stories, even the character in the novel Zahei The Blind, have a childhood correspondent that Voiculescu always appealed to throughout his life. (The author)


Topics of interest:

  • literary studies
  • literary criticism
  • Vasile Voiculescu
  • literary style

Author: Editura LUMEN