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Stamp 1980 Tudor Arghezi

Tudor Arghezi portrait on a Romanian postage stamp (1980)

Tudor Arghezi
(Romanian pronunciation: [ˈtudor arˈɡezi]; 21 May 1880 – 14 July 1967) was a Romanian writer, best known for his contribution to poetry and children's literature. Born Ion N. Theodorescu in Bucharest (where he also died), he explained that his pen name was related to Argesis, the Latin name for the Argeş River. He is often cited as one of the three pillars of Romanian modernist poetry, alongside Ion Barbu and Lucian Blaga.

Books (incomplete list)Edit

  • Cuvinte potrivite ("Suitable Words"), 1927 (poems)
  • Icoane de Lemn. Din amintirile ierodiaconului Iosif ("Wooden Icons. From The Memories of Hierodeacon Joseph"), 1928? (prose)
  • Poarta Neagră ("The Black Gate"), 1930 (prose)
  • Flori de mucigai ("Flowers of Mildew"), 1931 (poems)
  • Cartea cu Jucării ("The Toy-Laden Book"), 1931 (poems)
  • Tablete din Ţara de Kuty, povestiri swiftiene ("Tablets from the Land of Kuty. Swiftian Stories"), 1933 (prose)
  • Ochii Maicii Domnului ("Our Lord's Mother's Eyes"), 1934 (prose)
  • Cărticică de seară ("Night Book"), 1935 (poems)
  • Cimitirul Buna-Vestire ("Annunciation Cemetery"), 1936 (prose)
  • Versuri ("Lines"), 1936
  • Ce-ai cu mine, vântule? Povestirile boabei şi ale fărâmei, 1937
  • Hore, 1939 (poems)
  • Lina, 1942 (prose)
  • Eminescu, 1943 (criticism)
  • Versuri alese ("Selected Poetry"), 1946
  • Bilete de papagal ("Parrot Cards"), 1946 (essays, tablets)
  • Una sută una poeme ("101 Poems"), 1947
  • Prisaca ("Apiary"), 1954 (poems for children)
  • 1907 - Peizaje ("1907 - Landscapes"), 1955 (poems)
  • Pagini din trecut ("Pages From the Past"), 1955 (essays)
  • Cântare omului ("Hymn to the Man"), 1955 (poems)
  • Versuri alese ("Selected Poetry"), 1958
  • Stihuri pestrițe ("Motley Lines"), 1960 (1961 - second volume)
  • Tablete de cronicar ("Chronicler Tablets"), 1960 (foreword by D. Micu)
  • Frunze ("Leaves"), 1961 (poems)
  • Scrieri ("Writings"), vol. I-XXXIII, 1962-1983, vol. XXXIV-XXXVIII, edition by Mitzura Arghezi, 1985-1988, vol. XXXIX-XIIV, edition by Mitzura Arghezi şi Traian Radu, 1994-2003
  • Poeme noi ("New Poems"), 1963
  • Cadențe ("Beats"), 1964 (poems)
  • Silabe ("Syllables"), 1965 (poems)
  • Răzlețe ("Scattered"), 1965 (prose)
  • Versuri lungi ("Long Lines"), 1965
  • Ritmuri ("Rhythms"), 1966 (poems)
  • Litanii ("Litanies"), 1967 (poems)
  • Noaptea ("The Night"), 1967 (poems)

Posthumous volumesEdit

  • Teatru ("Theatre"), 1968
  • Frunzele tale ("Your Leaves"), 1968 (poems)
  • Crengi ("Boughs"), 1970 (poems)
  • XC, 1970 (poems, edition by Mitzura and Baruţu T. Arghezi)
  • Frânturi ("Fragments"), 1970
  • Ars poetica, 1974 (edition by Ilie Guţan)
  • Articole vorbite. Conferinţe radiofonice ("Spoken Articles. Radiophonic Conferences"), 1974 (edition by Victor Crăciun)
  • Poezia filosofică ("The Philosophical Poetry"), 1976 (edition and preface by Elena Zaharia-Filipaş)
  • Desluşiri ("Interpretations"), 1980 (edition by Mitzura Arghezi)
  • Poeme în proză ("Prose Poems"), 1985 (edition by Ilie Guţan)
  • Opere I-IV, 2000-2003 (edition by Mitzura Arghezi and Traian Radu, foreword by Eugen Simion)
  • Printre psalmi ("Through the Psalms"), 2010 (poems; edition by Roxana Sorescu)
  • Anii tăcerii ("The Years of Silence"), 2010 (poems)

CoversEdit

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