Constantin Virgil Bănescu

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Constantin Virgil Bănescu (Romanian pronunciation: [konstanˈtin virˈd͡ʒil bəˈnesku]; born May 26, 1982 in Târgovişte, Romania - died August 12, 2009), notable Romanian poet of the 2000 generation, also known for his translation activity.

Poetry[edit]

  • câinele, femeia şi ocheada (t: the dog, the woman and the glance) (Timpul, Iaşi, 2000);
  • floarea cu o singură petală (t: the flower with a single petal) (Junimea, Iaşi, 2002);
  • acelaşi cer ce nu e (t: the same sky that is not)(Vinea, Bucureşti, 2006);

(translations of his poetry available in German, Spanish, Slovenian and Hungarian).

Prizes[edit]

  • Prize of the Bucharest Young Writer's association[1]
  • Hubert Burda Prize for Young Poets from the South and South-East Europe (2003)[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Constantin Virgil Banescu, 9th International Literature Festival Berlin, 2004.
  2. ^ Autoren im Haus 2004, Literarisches Colloquium Berlin, 2004. (German)

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