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Dictionarechinox
Echinoxism
is a generic term associated (usually) with the writers around the magazine Echinox.[1]

Thanks to the writers of the 1971 wave (Dinu Flămând, Ion Mircea, Adrian Popescu) and their similarities, it has also become a stylistic term for a certain type of neomodernism that was sometimes described as "mannerist" (or neo-expressionist). However, as Ion Pop, active promoter of the group, points out, writers from more recent generations (such as Ștefan Manasia and Andrei Doboș) tend to eskew altogether the late modernist stylings.[2]

Associated writers and criticsEdit

PoetsEdit

     See also Romanian-Hungarian and Romanian-German writers as well as the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, 1990's and 2000's generations.

Prose writersEdit

PlaywrightsEdit

Critics and essayistsEdit


References

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