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Poezia română după proletcultism

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Two volumes with 23.000 lines by 97 Romanian poets of the '60s-'70s generation. Due to copyright reasons, Mircea Dinescu, Ion Gheorghe, Ileana Mălăncioiu, Adrian Păunescu, Ion Nicolescu and Marin Sorescu were not allowed to be published in this anthology.
Paperback, 1191 pages
Published 2000 by Editura Ex Ponto
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Yigru Zeltil
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For Romanian poetry, the late '90s and early 2000s was quite a harvest period - at least half a dozen anthologies of the poetry of the past decades (and not only) have been released in a short period of time. Laurențiu Ulici, Marin Mincu, Florin Șindrilaru are the most well-known examples of authors who put out these massive books, but the most underrated is certainly Constantin Abăluță. Known especially as a poet and less as a critic, Abăluță comes here with an eccentric anthology covering the ...more
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