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Constantin D. Aricescu. O viaţă închinată culturii româneşti / Constantin D. Aricescu. A life devoted to romanian culture

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Excerpt A poet, playwright, journalist and historian, Constantin D. Aricescu (1823-1886), born in Câmpulung-Muscel, dedicated his whole energy to writing. It was meant for him to live in a tempestuous era of permanent change, as his life was too. Founder of the Theatre of Câmpulung-Muscel in 1846, he succeeded in delighting the locals by revealing to them the mysteries of Thalia. Witness of the main events of the XIX-th century (The Romanian Revolution of 1848, The Union of the Romanian Principalities in 1859), Aricescu had a rich literary and historical activity, his work becoming in time a source of inspiration for specialists. He wrote the way he lived: powered by a strong desire of liberty and change for the Romanian society. The library of the National Museum of Romanian History possesses the
volume entitled “Dinu operele D-lui C.D.Aricescu”, containing nine works, published between 1856-1863. Four of them bear the author's signature: Despotism and Constitution. Abstract from several political works, signature in ink on the last page; A voyage around my room, written by count Xavier de Maistre and translated by C.D.Aricescu (it carries his signature in ink on the opposite page); History of Câmpulung, the first residence of Romania, Part Two; The mystery of marriage, First Part; The Predestinated Man
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Titlul volumului de apariție
  • Muzeul Naţional; XXIV; anul 2012
Editura Publicat de: Cetatea de Scaun