Arghezi

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Tudor Arghezi - In Cultural Reference
... Aside from various sketches Arghezi had drawn of himself, his portrait was drawn by various artists he met or befriended ... An abstract depiction of Arghezi, showing him as a figure with a hunter case-shaped head, and sitting on an electric chair, was published by M ... Shortly before they died, Arghezi and his wife were the subject of an oil painting by Corneliu Baba ...
Alexandru Bogdan-Pitești - Legacy - Fictional Character
... Tudor Arghezi dedicated Bogdan-Piteşti some of his first poetry writings ... As art critics, Arghezi and Theodor Cornel published a comprehensive biographical study on their patron (part of their Figuri contimporane din România dictionary, 1909) ... Arghezi also made his sponsor the hero of a small eponymous poem, wherein he is called Lombard bastard cu ochi de rouă ("bastard Lombard with the eyes of dew") ...
Bilete De Papagal - History
... from both traditionally-minded and modernist authors, partly reflecting Arghezi's own attitudes towards literature ... titled column in the newspaper Informaţia Zilei, contributed by Arghezi until 1943 - when it was banned by Ion Antonescu's government for publishing the ...
Tudor Arghezi - Biography - Interwar Literature
... Suitable Words"), which made the Poporanist paper Viaţa Românească's Mihai Ralea hail Arghezi as "our greatest poet since Eminescu" (while likening his "mixture of the sublime and ... magazine Integral celebrated Arghezi with a special issue in 1925 - in it, Benjamin Fondane wrote "Arghezi is against all things in his poetry, against eloquence, in favour of reinstating modesty ... Arghezi was in charge of the satirical newspaper Bilete de Papagal and published his first prose effort, Icoane de Lemn ("Wooden Icons"), in 1928 ...
Sfarmă-Piatră - History - Religious Agenda and Anti-"pornography" Campaign
... field, Sfarmă-Piatră issued strong criticism of Tudor Arghezi, whose work bridged the gap between modernism and traditionalism ... The controversy centered on Arghezi's volume Flori de mucigai ("Mildew Flowers") after publishing an article in which he declared himself dissatisfied with the newly-found experimental focus in ... He described Arghezi's modern style as "bloated and muddy" ...