The Vanishing Point That Whistles: An Anthology of Contemporary Romanian Poetry
Poetry. Translated from the Romanian by many hands. Edited by Paul Doru Mugar with Adam J. Sorkin and Claudia Serea. "The poetry included in this ... Show synopsis Poetry. Translated from the Romanian by many hands. Edited by Paul Doru Mugar with Adam J. Sorkin and Claudia Serea. "The poetry included in this volume reflects the alienation and the crisis of communication brought by the so-called 'transition' period of the last twenty years in Romania from the beginning of the post-communist period in 1990 to the close of the first decade of the twenty-first century. This twenty-year span was defined not only by uncertainty and fears, social inequities and misery, but also by both an enthusiasm and a hope for the future that the recent inclusion of Romania in the European Union made real." from the introduction by Paul Doru MugurThis anthology includes poems by Cristian Popescu, Iaon Es. Pop, Mihai G l anu, Daniel B nulescu, Floarea u uianu, Radu Andriescu, Simona Popescu, Emilian Galaicu-P un, Ruxandra Cesereanu, O. Nimigean, Constantin Acosmei, Nicolae Coande, Mihai Ignat, Marius Ianu, Dumitru Crudu, Adina Dabija, tefan B lan, Teodor Dun, Ruxandra Novac, Mugur Grosu, George Vasilievici, Ionana Nicolaie, Radu Vancu, Andrei Peniuc, Dan Sociu, Adrian Urmanov, R zvan upa, Claudiu komartin, Elena Vl d reanu, Dan Coman, Miruna Vlada, V. Leac, Svetlana Carstean, T. S. Khasis, Gabi Eftimie, Marius Conkan, Andrei Gamar, Michel Martin, Aida Hancer, and Anonymous."
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