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Recommended by Tyler Cowen here: Nu stiu daca, traind dincolo de 38 de mihaiil, ar fi ajuns cel mai mare scriitor roman. They take the bread from our mouths; they exploit and smother us. There are no brakes, no rhyme or reason.
Continutul devine astfel infinit mai pretios, relatarile despre razboi si viata pe timp de razboi istorie, iar zbuciumul unui suflet sensibil motiv de reflexie asupra sensului vietii. O intoarcere in Romania celui de-al doilea razboi mondial cum nu am mai avut parte pana acuma.
Jurnal (1935-1944) – Mihail Sebastian
The book came to me as a surprise. Hiperlucid si hipersensibil, gata oricand sa ierte oamenii care l-au dispretuit si abandonat, dar neiertandu-si siesi niciun compromis cu atat mai putin cand istoria i-ar fi permis sa fie in barca invingatorilor.
The moment Jews start being targeted, he starts being afraid for himself, for his brother in France, for his family and Jewish friends. Nov 05, Silviu Popescu rated it it was amazing. Preview — Journal by Mihail Sebastian. Treceti cat mai repede la catolicism!
The history we learnt was mostly about class struggle. To ask other readers questions about Journalplease sign up. Sebastian must have had a preternatural patience: El singur va mai poate scapa. How he still managed to fill in blanks and write clear-headed notes is beyond me. With the excellent fresh writing of what is essentially a diary of one of my favourite underrated writers? I was delighted to find my skis and sticks again at Zoe’s, hidden in her loft some three years ago when we were ordered to hand our skis in to the police.
By the time the war is over, Sebastian is simply exhausted, his home was destroyed in Allied bombing – or German bombing – and it will probably take a long time before he can trust his erstwhile friends, the ones that went along with the tide of fascist public opinion. Mihail Sebastian, born Iosif Hechter, was a Romanian playwright, essayist, journalist and novelist.
Here are some quotes from the play, which are as noted above, direct quotes from Sebastian’s war-time mihaol All countries distort it and communist Romania was no exception. His remarkable diary was published only recently in its original language and is here translated into English for the first time.
I found this book nestled in the Military History section in a bookshop in Bucharest last year thinking it to be be a war diary or view of Romania or Bucharest’s part in the Second World War and have only now gotten around to reading it. Romania for the Romanians! Hurnal much a cool brain-feeder. At the Arc de Triomphe, the “unknown soldier” with a German “guard of honor. The politics of the era in Romania was driven by anti-Semitism, and a blind faith in Hitler – when Hitler’s fortunes began to decline, the population switched back to being anti-Nazi, or pro-democracy.
Mihail Sebastian, Jurnal 1935-1944
And yet when a well-wisher says to him to convert to Christianity – which in those days could have made the difference between life and death – despite being a secular Jew, he refuses. He also catches the changes after the War, a period much lied about by both historical sides: Jews have been forbidden the occupation of journalist. Neither is the queue of Jews about to be deported – he walks past.
Astonishingly, he did not drop his friends when they became anti-semitic in sentiment or even in action as the 30s wore on -equally so, they did not drop him.
Lists with This Book. Pervading the entire diary is the notion of identity.
Later, he still meets them on occasions, but finds jurmal repugnant. La dignidad de un escritor en un mundo que se derrumba. What I recall with a gleam is reading it at various cafes in Louisville, coinciding with Sebastian’s descriptions of the myriad cafes in Bucharest.
These diaries have been compared to the Victor Klemperer diaries – don’t believe it. It’s also wonderful in that the author catches the changes more and more to the extreme of the regime. In his journal, he described how, one by one, they were drawn to fascist ideology, like a flock of moths to an inescapable flame.
But the progrom in his own city is no speculation. And referred to by Anne Applebaum here: As for the mass of people, they are jubilant. Paperbackpages. The Radio too has been seized by the Legion.