THE CULTURAL AND IDENTITY REPRESENTATIVENESS OF THE JOURNALIST CARAGIALE, NOWADAYS

Posted On Jul 27 2012 by

The writings of Caragiale, although published more than 100 years ago, outline social, cultural and political realities applicable even today. Current critical reviews strengthen the idea that the classical writing of Caragiale shows both the strategies of articulating the journalistic texts, largely similar to those used for writing the literary texts, and the correct understanding of the socio-political and economic situation ofRomaniain the nineteenth century. This was completed by the anticipation of future events and states of affairs. This paper aims to examine, from this point of view, the size of Caragiale’s representativeness of journalistic writing for Romanian culture, as …


EDGES OF THE SELF IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POETRY

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American poetry in the latter half of the 20th century cannot be conceived outside the development of such paradigms as those created by the Language group in the 1970’s and 1980’s or by the Conceptual poets in the first decade of the 21st century. This paper is an analysis of the strategies of manifestation or mystification of the creative self in poems written by Language American poets. Despite the efforts of these poets to prove that the self is ‘exploded’ in their texts, this analysis reveals that this poetic self still exists on the margins of their poems, and still …