Eugeniu Botez

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Eugeniu Botez

Eugeniu Botez (28 November 1877, Burdujeni, Botoşani County - 12 May 1933, Bucharest) was a Romanian writer, best known for his novel Europolis (1933). Botez wrote under the pseudonym Jean Bart.

He had three children: Călin-Adam (born in 1909), Stroe-Eugen (1912) and Ada (1918). The boys were from his first marriage with Marioara Dumitrescu (who died in 1913), and Ada from his second marriage with Mania Goldman (which ended in divorce in 1926). Mania retained her husband’s name, becoming known as the pianist Manya Botez.

Works[edit]

  • Jurnal de bord, 1901
  • Datorii uitate, 1916
  • În cuşca leului, 1916
  • Prinţesa Bibiţa, 1923
  • În Deltă..., 1925
  • Peste Ocean - Note dintr-o călătorie în America de Nord, 1926
  • Schițe marine din lumea porturilor, 1928
  • Însemnări și amintiri, 1928
  • O corabie românească. Nava-școală bricul "Mircea", 1931
  • Pe drumuri de apă, 1931
  • Europolis, 1933

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