Modest Morariu

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Modest Morariu (August 11, 1929 – April 15, 1988) was a poet, essayist, prose writer and translator from Romania.

Morariu was born in Chernivtsi.[1] He was a director of the Meridiane publishing house,[2] and translated, amongst others, works by André Malraux, Emil Cioran and Albert Camus into Romanian.

Books[edit]

Poems[edit]

  • Povestire cu fantome, 1968
  • Spectacolul de pantomimă, 1971
  • Ovăzul sălbatic, 1974

Novel[edit]

  • Întoarcerea lui Ulise, 1982

Essays[edit]

  • Între relativ şi absolut, 1979
  • Itinerarii, 1987

Fine arts albums[edit]

  • Ion Gheorghiu, 1966
  • Florin Pucă, 1974
  • Rousseau le Douanier, 1975
  • Goya-capricii, 1974
  • Toulouse-Lautrec, 1980

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Calendar Duminică, 11 August 2013" (in Romanian). Retrieved December 24, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Editura “Meridiane” - inca o victima a privatizarilor pripite" (in Romanian). Curierul National. Retrieved December 24, 2013. 
  • Aurel Sasu, Dicționarul biografic al literaturii române (M-Z), Paralela 45, 2006
  • Dana Dumitriu, in România literară, nr. 44, 1974
  • Valeriu Cristea, in România literară, nr. 6, 1976
  • Mircea Iorgulescu, România literară, nr. 42, 1979
  • Mircea Ivănescu, in Transilvania, nr. 9, 1982
  • Mihai Ungheanu, in Luceafărul, nr. 39, 1982