“E. M. Cioran. History, Exile and Melancholy” (Iulian Boldea)

Journal of Romanian Literary Studies, no. 3, 2013 Integration and alienation, identity and rupture, belonging to an original model and the continuous tendency of surpassing it, are some of the determinant peculiarities of Cioran’s ideation, which is legitimized by assuming an identity both originating and intentional uprooting, by transgression of ethnic boundaries. One of aporia… Continue lendo “E. M. Cioran. History, Exile and Melancholy” (Iulian Boldea)

“Cioran – Breaking off Identity. A New Beginning” (Cornel Moraru)

Journal of Romanian Literary Studies, 1, Arhipelag XXI Press, Tîrgu-Mureş, 2011, p. 17-24. Abstract: The paper attempts to focus on a deep modification in Cioran’s thinking that is simultaneous with his decision of writing only in French. In this moment of linguistic conversion a genuine “identity rupture”, also marked by a slight change of his name:… Continue lendo “Cioran – Breaking off Identity. A New Beginning” (Cornel Moraru)