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MIHAI EMINESCU

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Mihai Eminescu (born Mihail Eminovici, born 15/27 January 1850, [1] Botoşani, Moldova - d. 15/27 June 1889, [1] Bucharest, Romania) was a Romanian poet, prose writer and journalist, Romanians and literary criticism postulate as the most important poetic voice in Romanian literature. [3] He was receptive to the nineteenth and nineteenth-century European romances, assimilated Western poetic visions, his creation being of a relatively late literary romanticism. When Mihai Eminescu recovered the traditional themes of European Romanticism, the taste for the past and the passion for national history, which he even wanted to build a Pantheon of voivodes, regressive nostalgia for childhood, melancholy and the cultivation of depressive states, the return to nature etc., European poetry discovered the paradigm of modernity, through Charles Baudelaire or Stéphane Mallarmé, for example. The poet had a good philosophical education, his poetic work being influenced by the great philosophical systems of his time, the ancient philosophy from Heraclitus to Plato, the great systems of thinking of Romanticism, the theories of Arthur Schopenhauer, Immanuel Kant (also Eminescu worked for a while to translate his Critique of pure reason, at the instigation of Titu Maiorescu, who had asked him to take his Ph.D. in Kant's philosophy at the University of Berlin, a plan not yet completed) and Hegel's theories.
The main ideological root of his economic or political thought was conservative; through his articles published especially during the time he worked at Timpul managed to disturb several important leaders of this great party that launched the famous slogan, 'Stop this Eminescu!'. Eminescu's publicity provides readers with a radiograph of political, parliamentary or governmental life at that time; In addition, the journalist was in need of a literary or theatrical journalist, he wrote about the life of life or events of minor importance, being a true chronicler of the moment.
Eminescu was active in the political-literary society Junimea, and worked as editor at Timpul, the official newspaper of the Conservative Party. [4] He published his first poem at the age of 16, and at 19 he went to study in Vienna. The manuscripts of the poet Mihai Eminescu, 46 volumes, about 14,000 files, were given to the Romanian Academy by Titu Maiorescu, in the sitting of January 25, 1902. [5] Eminescu was hospitalized on 3 February 1889 at Marcuţa Hospital in Bucharest and then transported to the Caritas sanatorium. On 15 June 1889, around 4 am, the poet died in the sanitarium of Dr. Şuţu. On June 17, Eminescu was buried in the shade of a lime tree from the Bellu cemetery in Bucharest. He was elected post-mortem (October 28, 1948) member of the Romanian Academy.
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