StatusThe thesis was presented on the 29 September, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 21 December, 2006
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This work is a research on misfit typology in the interwar Romanian prose, in which this type of character is studied namely as a representative for the epochs of civilization transition, cultural crisis and moral and spiritual values.
The inadaptable constituted a permanency in the Romanian prose writer’s creative concerns, answering too a character’s need that should embody an organic vision on life, while his typological variability was conditioned by the new problematic context of each literary epoch and also by the fact that the modernisation of novel’s structure as a whole impies aesthetic and artistic structure of the literary character.
The romantic descendants of misfit is revealed in this thesis and his transformations in the prose of Mihai Eminescu, Barbu Delavrancea, Alexandru Vlahuta, Ioan Alexandru Bratescu-Voinesti, Mihail Sadoveanu, Cezar Petrescu, Camil Petrescu, Dominte Timonu, Nicolae Gh. Spataru, Ioan Sulacov are followed, being revealed the contribution of each writer.
In his paper the author tries to distinguish and define certain associated typological properties of the misfit character in Romanian literature. A new model of typological research of the misfit literary character is suggested and the first general typological classification of the misfit type from the Romanian prose of studied period is realised. At the basis of this classification different criteria are applied: social, ages, sexes, psychological criteria.
The investigation is worthy at notice also due to the fact that a transition conception on social, aesthetic and artistic typology of the misfit in Romanian prose is applied for the first time. The application of this conception allowed the researcher to change the interpretative optics over the cognitive and thematic value of this character type, which was often unilaterally interpreted as a capitalism denouncer in compliance with the communist ideology.
This paper has an interdisciplinary character, presenting a scientific discourse based on conceptions and methods from history and literary theory, imagology, mentality history, culturology and theory of intercivilization transitions (transitology) and suggesting a complex, multilateral approach of the misfit literary character.
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