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Torn between his native and adoptive country, between a French mother and a Romanian father, between two languages, two cultures, between past and present, Eugene Ionesco entertained concurrently two apparently different passions: his love for theatre and the one for confession. His Ego exhibits his anxieties and restlessness either in Journal en miettes, Présent passé, passé présent or in La Quête intermittente, it also displays his existential crises, it writes down the thoughts, dreams and reading impressions; all these are to be found in texts which transgress the limits imposed by the diaristic genre. Our paper aims at identifying the psychological, cognitive and narrative elements which strongly oppose the sheer factuality present in some of Ionesco’s works

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