Complete Poetical Works of Lucian Blaga, 1895-1961
Lucian Blaga (1895-1961) is judged by many to be Romania's most original philosopher and greatest poet of the twentieth century, little known in the English-speaking world. Blaga the poet is inextricably bound up with Blaga the philosopher. He pursued similar goals in poetry and philosophy: to uncover the meaning of existence and to account for man's place in the universe.
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Foreword by Mircea Borcilă
Poems of Light 1919 Poemele luminii
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