StatusThe thesis was presented on the 25 September, 2009
Approved by NCAA on the 11 February, 2010
Abstract– 0.30 Mb / in romanian
The dissertation is composed by an introduction, two chapters, the most significant conclusions, recommendations and a list of consulted scientific and critical bibliographical sources counting 145 titles. The text of the dissertation is typed on 121 pages. The scientific results have been published in 6 articles, during the last 5 years.
The research objectives are focused on a synthetically study of Liviu Deleanu’s literary activity, creation and poetry, as a special domain. A special attention is paid to the re-evaluation and reconsideration of some missed or less known spaces of his fictional worlds, according to the nowadays Poetics acquirements. There is underlined the context and the manner in which Liviu Deleanu creation can be divided and included in two great literary directions: the modernist and the traditionalist ones. Unusually, the poetical destiny went regressively from the modern Romanian poetry (from the between wars period) to the traditional-classic one, after the War II War.
The research scientific innovation consists in the elaboration of an integral and complex study of Liviu Deleanu poetry, according to literary movements and direction in which his works are framed by contemporary critics. There are defined the artistically treats of his poetry from the before and post World II War periods, in contrast with a complex and troubled socio-historical context.
Application value of the research is found in a multispectral and integrative interpretation of a Moldova poetical destiny and imaginative world of his poetry. Investigation results can be used in such university courses as History of Romanian literature – XXth century, as well as in a special course viewing traditional-classic direction in poetry.
Conclusions of the dissertation underline the importance of Deleanu poetry in the Romanian modernist context (i.e. texts from this period denote a cryptic and ambiguity background; the used modern poetical techniques are: correspondences, oxymoron, synaesthesia, suggestion etc.) as well as within the frame of Moldova literature of 50-60s, XXth century. Love, nature, creation act, the creator destiny, irreversible time are generally used motives that sketched up an image of a lyrical poet, characterised by the tendency for formal and expressive perfection in a traditional national register.
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