“E.M. Cioran şi aporiile comunicării” – Iulian BOLDEA

The Proceedings of the International Conference “Communication, Context, Interdisciplinarity”. Section: Language and Discourse, 1, “Petru Maior” University Press, 2010, p. 138-146. [+] ABSTRACT: In our paper, suggest an interpretation of the main thematic and expressive resources of Cioran’s works, referring to his double identity relation: the Romanian origins and the insertion into universality. Integration and foreigness, identity… Continue lendo “E.M. Cioran şi aporiile comunicării” – 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

“E.M. Cioran. History and Exile” – Iulian BOLDEA

EUROPEAN ACADEMIC RESEARCH, VOL. I, ISSUE 6/ SEPTEMBER 2013 - ISSN 2286-4822 Abstract: 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… Continue lendo “E.M. Cioran. History and Exile” – Iulian BOLDEA

“La correspondance de Cioran ou les métamorphoses des lettres” – Dumitra Baron

Revista Transilvania, număr 10 / 2009 Our article concerns the creative valences of the correspondence of Cioran in its relationship with the creative space of the Cahiers (Notebooks). We shall first study the general aspects of the exchange letter practice of Cioran and the peculiarities of the use he makes of it. Then we will… Continue lendo “La correspondance de Cioran ou les métamorphoses des lettres” – Dumitra Baron