StatusThe thesis was presented on the 25 August, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 4 November, 2010
Abstract– 0.37 Mb / in romanian
Thesis structure: introduction, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 156 appointments, 120 pages. The obtained results are published in eight scientifically papers.
Field of study. History of Romanian Literature.
Purpose and objectives of the paper. It was undertaken an attempt in the work to study the complex nature and aspects of the work of Leon Donici-Dobronravov: as world hierarchy, typology character, diversity and anti-clerical and biblical reasons, intertextuality, the nature of description and dialogue, dramatic signs of prose’s impregnated with reasons and centered on biblical topics. Also it was proposed to examination a destiny of creation in the exegetical perception, investigating the stages of creation of the writer, explaining the anticlerical spirit of biblical in short prose and novel New Seminar, the establishment of intertextual relations in dialogue texts, studying world of clergy and typology character of Leon Donici, illustrating Leon's Donici prose specificity.
Novelty and scientific originality of work residue in reevaluation of Leon Donici’s work, some of its marginalized or neglected aspects. For the first time the investigation is focused on non-restriction of a topic pertaining to the religious character of a modern work. There are analyzed biblical dimensions, anticlerical and typology of Donici character in their essential elements, there are illustrated intertextual relations with the Old Testament and New Testament texts but also with other famous Russian and Romanian literature (N. Pomealovski, V. Crăsescu, A. Mateevici etc.).
Theoretical Importance and applied value of the work consists in solving a model of writing modern state, expanding and refinement relations between sacred and secular literature. Results of the investigation could lead to the completion of studies the history of religious feeling in Romanian literature. Investigation could be a marker for some optional courses in philological faculties.
Implementation of scientific results. Results of the investigation have been implemented in higher education courses to teach History of Universal Literature to such themes as: Ancient East Literature. Hebrew literature, French Renaissance novel etc.