Alexandru Macedonski“Noapte de decemvrie” “Sunt Meka cerească. sunt Meka cea mare ”. SERIA SEMANTICĂ A NOŢIUNII DE IDEAL Sc. Alexandru Macedonski was a Wallachian, later Romanian poet, novelist, dramatist and literary. Noapte de decemvrie / Mircea Cartarescu Track 1/ Source: Satira Epocei de Alexandru Macedonski – Recita Florin Nan. Leave us feedback.

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Davidescu described Macedonski, Ion Minulescu and other Symbolists from Wallachia as distinct from their Moldavian counterparts in both style and themes.

In AprilEminescu had also replied to Macedonski in Timpul journal, referring to an unnamed poet who “barely finishes high-school, comes over to Bucharest selling nick-nacks and makeup [and goes into] literary dealership”. The aging poet was by then building connections with the local art scene: This was the case of Maniu and Ion Vinea, both of whom published prose works in the line of Thalassa.

Alexandru’s grandfather Dimitrie and Dimitrie’s brother Pavel participated in the uprising against the Phanariote administration, and in alliance with the Filiki Eteria; Dimitrie made the object of controversy when, during the final stage of the revolt, he sided with the Eteria in its confrontation with Wallachian leader Tudor Vladimirescu, taking an active part in the latter’s killing.

To watch videos non-fullscreen: Although adherents of the Romanian Orthodox Church, the Macedonskis traced their origin to Rogala-bearing Lithuanian nobility from the defunct Polish—Lithuanian Commonwealth.

Both his son Alexis and grandson Soare were known painters. For a while in the s, he edited the literary supplement of Universul newspaper. Reflecting macedohski on this period dscemvrieMacedonski described Caragiale as a “noisy young man” of “sophistic reasoning”, whose target audience was to be found in “beer gardens”. During this phase, Macedonski made known his sympathy for the disinherited, from girls forced into prostitution to convicts sentenced to penal labor on salt mines, and also spoke out against the conventionalism of civil marriages.

Missir, Convorbiri Literare gave Poezii a negative review, deemed “malevolent” by literary historian Mircea Anghelescu. The poet’s take on life is also outlined in his final play, Moartea lui Dante. Since he has been an assistant teacher at the Chair of Romanian literary history, part of alexajdru University of Bucharest Faculty of Letters.

Alexandru Macedonski faced problems after the Romanian government resumed its control over Bucharest, and during the early years of Greater Romania. Part of the text was an ironic treatment of youth in liberal professions, an attitude which Macedonski fitted in his emerging anti-bourgeois discourse. With the s came a turning point in Alexandru Macedonski’s career. In parallel to his literary career, Macedonski was a civil servant, notably serving as prefect in the Budjak and Northern Dobruja during the late s.

Florescu parted with the group soon after, due to a disagreement with Macedonski, and was later attacked by the latter for allegedly accumulating academic posts. In that he came to the attention of young journalist future dramatist Ion Luca Caragiale, who satirized him in articles for the magazine Ghimpeleridiculing his claim to Lithuanian descent, and eventually turning him into the character Aamskywhose fictional career ends with his death from exhaustion caused by contributing to “for the country’s political development”.


Many of Macedonski’s most devoted disciples, whom he himself had encouraged, have been rated by various critics as secondary or mediocre. Macedonski’s language alternated neologisms with barbarisms, many of which were coined by him personally. Despite having stated his interest in innovation, Macedonski generally displayed a more conventional style in his Excelsior volume.

Dimitrie married Zoe, the daughter an ethnic Russian or Polish officer; their son, the Russian-educated Alexandru, climbed in the military and political hierarchy, joining the unified Land Forces after his political ally, Alexander John Cuza, was elected Domnitor and the two Danubian Principalities became united Romania.

Posted on March 6, by admin – Updated February 23, During that period, Macedonski became interested in the political scene and political journalism, first as a sympathizer of the liberal-radical current—which, inorganized itself around the National Liberal Party.

It reportedly earned him the praise of historian and poet Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu, who, although an anti- Junimisthappened to decenvrie in the audience. Noir ur alexandru macedonski.

Alexandru Macedonski

The writer died on November 24, at three o’clock in the afternoon. He would marry off or simply mate some of his disciples with aging and rich women, and then he would squeeze out their assets.

With the first poems in his Nights cycle, Macedonski still showed his allegiance to Romanticism, and in particular to Alphonse de Lamartine, and the supposed inventor of this theme, Alfred de Musset. The following year, he left for Italy, where he visited Pisa, Florence, Venice, and possibly other cities. While critics agree that it is to be read as an allegory of Macedonski’s biography, the macedojski text does not make it clear whether the emir actually reaches his target, nor if the central metaphor of Mecca as a mirage means that the akexandru is not worth sacrificing for.

Like decemvtie the case of Eminescu’s conflict with Macedonski, alexanddru polemic enlisted a negative response from the public. Contents Alexandru macedonski noapte de decemvrie Noir ur alexandru macedonski Early life and family Debut years trial and office as prefect Early Literatorul years Against Alecsandri and Eminescu First Paris sojourn and Poezia viitorului Late s Caion scandal and expatriation Return and World War I years Late polemics, illness and death General characteristics Prima verba and other early works Realism and Naturalism Adoption of Symbolism Excelsior Late prose works Final transition Macedonski’s school and its early impact Late recognition Portrayals, alexandrru tributes and landmarks Works published anthumously References Debuting as a Neoromantic in the Wallachian tradition, Macedonski went through the Realist-Naturalist stage deemed “social poetry”, while progressively adapting his style to Symbolism and Parnassianism, and repeatedly but unsuccessfully attempting to impose himself in the Francophone world.


In the meantime, Literatorul went out of print, although new series were still published at irregular intervals until when it ceased being aleexandru altogether. The plot reflects Macedonski’s confrontation with his critics, and his acceptance of the fact that people saw in him an alxeandru. Traian Demetrescu was one of the first to do so, focusing on his commitment to socialism—Vianu notes that the split took place “without coldness and the heart’s versatility” on Macedonski’s part. It was through this venue that he began responding to Ion Luca Caragiale’s earlier attacks.

Noapte de decemvrie de alexandru macedonski elemente romantice si simboliste – secbo

Against Alecsandri and Eminescu Macedonski’s open conflict with Junimea began inwhen he engaged in a publicized polemic with Alecsandri. By the s, Macedonski developed and applied his “social poetry” theory, as branch of Realism. Confined to his home by illness and old age, Macedonski was still writing poems, some of which later known as his Ultima verba “Last Words”. Inthe Romanian Academy granted posthumous membership to Alexandru Macedonski.

A characteristic of Macedonski’s style is his inventive use of Romanian. Show my social media links facebook.

However, literary researcher Adrian Marino proposes that Macedonski was one of the first modern authors to illustrate the importance of “dialectic unity” through his views on art, in particular by having argued that poetry needed to be driven by “an idea”. The lyrics can frequently be found here check the full description and comments or by filtering for lyric videos.

Having briefly served as Defense Minister, the general was mysteriously dismissed by Cuza inand his pension became the topic of a political scandal. Aroundhe saluted Junimea ‘ s own break with the Conservatives and its entry into politics at the Conservative-Constitutional Party, before offering an enthusiastic welcome to the Junimist agitation among university students.

One of these pieces, titled Hinov after the village and stone quarry in Rasova, gives Macedonski a claim to being the first modern European poet to have used free verse, ahead of the French Symbolist Gustave Kahn. The poet sought to reconcile with his rival, publicizing a claim that Caragiale was being unjustly ignored by the cultural establishment, but this attempt failed to mend relations between them, and the conflict escalated further.

Tudor Vianu, who cites contemporary statements by Dragoslav, concludes that, upon arrival, Macedonski was enthusiastically received by a public who had missed him. Within Poezia viitoruluiMacedonski invoked as his models to follow some important or secondary Symbolist and Parnassian figures: The stylistic stages of his career are reflected in the collections Prima verbaPoeziiand Excelsioras well as in the fantasy novel Thalassa, Le Calvaire de feu.