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CNAA / Theses / 2019 / May /

Continuity and Rupture in Romanian Literary Criticism in Bessarabia (1985-2010)

Author: Ivasîșen (Hariton) Natalia
Degree:doctor of philology
Speciality: 10.01.01 - Romanian Literature
Scientific adviser: Nicolae Leahu
doctor, associate professor (docent), Alecu Russo Balty State University
Institution: Alecu Russo Balty State University


The thesis was presented on the 30 May, 2019
Approved by NCAA on the 9 July, 2019


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CZU 821.135.1(478).09-95 19/20 (043.2)

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173 pages


continuity, literary criticism, crisis, rift, modern, postmodern, revision, rupture, synchronisation, critical group system, third party included, tradition etc


Structure of the thesis: introduction, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography includes 241 sources, 150 pages of basic text, declaration of assumption of responsibility, author's CV.

The results of the thesis have been reflected in 14 scientific works.

Field of study: Romanian Literature The purpose of the work is to explore the metaliterar phenomenon in the inter-riverine space through the continuity and rupture concepts that ensure, on the one hand, a systemic approach to the Romanian literary criticism in Bessarabia and on the other hand they are the dimensions that have conditioned the emergence and the maintenance of critical spirit.

The objectives of the research:

The scientific novelty and originality of the work resides in the analysis and interpretation of the Romanian literary criticism from Bessarabia (1985-2010) as a critical group system.

The important scientific problem solved is the elucidation of the will to rupture in the approach of critics of the 1980s in Bessarabia, which led to the elaboration of a critical interpretation of the critical discourse, specifying both the epistemic and the literary-historical context, which condition the transition in a liniar to a nonliniar model of literary analysis and interpretation.

Theoretical and practical importance. The study proposes an analysis of the Romanian literary criticism from Bessarabia during 1985-2010 and is a support for the scholars of literary history and theory by investigating three thematic nuclei: literary criticism, continuity and rupture, postmodernism.

Implementation of scientific results. The results of the thesis were included in several articles published in the magazines and made known in the scientific works presented at national and international conferences.