The articles marked a complete break with interwar values: "With a foul-smelling vocabulary [ These included Ovid S. Toma "The Poetry of A. Eusebiu Camilar : the novel Negura "The Fog"; , a book filled with barbarism, stupidity and cruelty, all ascribed to the Romanian Army during its war "of conquering the Soviet Union ". Drama[ edit ] A "militant" theatre was conceived, with an active presence in the ongoing class struggle and solidarity with the entire people around the ideals of the Communist Party.

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He was elected a corresponding member of the Romanian Academy in , becoming a titular member in At various later junctions, Sextil looked back on his conjugal life as having greatly improved his life, for being a "perfect union of souls". He replaced the retiring Ion G. Sbiera , [27] and eventually rose to become dean of the Literature and Philosophy Faculty. Cuza , the jurist and anti-Semitic doctrinaire. There, his sentiments of loyalty toward the Empire conflicted with the Italophilia he felt toward a country whose inhabitants he saw as the natural allies of the Romanians, a fellow Latin people.

While on the front in early dealing with military accounting and supplies, he worked on a glossary of the Istro-Romanian language. These irregulars held their ground until the arrival of Romanian regulars under Iacob Zadig on 11 November. It was here that, on 22 November, he resumed contacts with Nistor, head of the Romanian Mission in Bukovina, with whom he reached an agreement on the recognition of the union.

He advised the former "never to reach a compromise with the Hungarians", while announcing the latter that Bukovina had become a Romanian province. Duca —as Duca himself testified in his memoirs. However, he was himself inactive politically, and later stated that he had grown disillusioned with politics.

He also advocated against extending to Cluj the same set of laws that governed the Old Kingdom institutions, as he found them unsatisfactory; the laws were not applied uniformly until Courses began in November , with a grand opening held the following February. Cluj had suddenly become a visible European academic center.

Epoca veche , he concluded that "our Orthodoxism was the most significant event when it came to our cultural development". This, he noted at the time, had both positive and negative effects: Romanians were absent from the Renaissance , but were also free to develop their own culture, one of "measure and harmony". Such rich and motley environs become a resonance box for the hardly perceptible sound of an actual literature.

We may now fool ourselves that this literature is one of force and consistency". Ehrlich was a Jew who had converted to Catholicism, but the primary motivating factor in his firing appears to have been a campaign to fill teaching posts with ethnic Romanians. Addressing students from Bukovina, he called the Jewish quota something all those who wished the country well would endorse, for "in our country [which we] gained with so many sacrifices, we no longer have air to breathe; the invasion of the foreign element stifles us, chokes us".

Together, they defended the Romanian cause against property claims made in Transylvania by Hungarian citizens. It enshrined his affiliation to Europeanism and support for the League of Nations. The large group of collaborators and students who advanced the language as an academic discipline came to be known as the Cluj School of linguistics. His respect for their opinions led him to draw upon the work of Densusianu, Candrea, Constantin C.

The museum ended up being the nerve center of the great dictionary project, resumed from the attempts; this project was headed by Constantin Lacea and Theodor Capidan , who in turn were assisted by numerous other linguists in different stages. The pair prepared fieldwork in localities, undertook the work between and , thereafter drawing the maps.

The magazine contained studies, articles, notes and reviews, mainly on linguistics lexicology, dialectology, linguistic geography, language history, onomastics, general linguistics, grammar, phonetics and phonology and philology, as well as research on history and literary criticism, cultural history and folklore. Each edition included a bibliography that systematically recorded writings on linguistics, philology, folklore, ethnography and literature, connected to Romanian language, culture and literature, both domestically and abroad.

That outcome was eventually averted when they agreed to reconcile. It was here that he presented his paper on "literary perspectives of the era".

He depicted himself as a pious and old supplicant at their grave, and expressed gratitude that a "new spirit sweeps over our country. At the time, he argued that the Diocese of Oradea was similarly serving as bulwark against foreign infiltration. In a resolution adopted by the group, reference was made to "racial cohesion" between the Greek Catholics and the Orthodox, while still calling on the former to embrace Orthodoxy. He took a conciliatory position, supporting a voluntary exchange of territories with Hungary.

The political crisis originating from this event also had the unlikely consequence of bringing the Iron Guard to power, producing the " National Legionary State ". Expounding on what he saw as Imperial Russian neglect and contempt for the Bessarabia Governorate , he contrasted this with "the land rendered arable by the hard-working arms" of Romanians. He suggested that the 3rd century barbarians were "surely not more inhuman than the Bolsheviks who overran Bessarabia in ".

For his activities, he was awarded the Order of the German Eagle. The budget cuts were a signal for him to resign and return to Romania. Although for a time he was able to finance the institute out of his salary at the University of Berlin , as well as—it appears—another, unknown source, he did ultimately depart in mid According to philologist Pompiliu Constantinescu , the work exceeded "the narrow bounds of specialization", turning the historical development of language and into the ethnographic "mirror" of Romanian culture and civilization.

In late December, he suffered a stroke that left him unable to use his right hand and forced him to learn to type with his left. However, he refused, stating he wished to remain in his native country. No special honors were on show, though Lapedatu attended and spoke on behalf of the Academy.


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