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Ode in the memory of the eternal Mother, Augusta Maria Theresa – potentiating factor of the imagine o „good Emperor”

At the death of Empress Maria Theresa, John Piuariu-Molnar published in Sibiu „Ode in the memory of the eternal Mother, Augusta Maria Theresa”, which laments the disappearance of the queen and list the benefits of the benefits of the illustrious sovereign? ’s reign. This bookish framework shows that the extinction of providential personalities can not be complete, for they become a reference point for the present. One reality, that of physical death, is denied by another, that of myth. The mythical version conferes the attribute of eternity to exemplar characters, a matter of fact which is argued by the very existence of the myth. In spite of the creation aspect of the Romanian elite, this text unequivocally attests the myth of the Empress Maria Theresa in Romanian collective sensitivity.
Keywords: Empress Maria Theresa; John Piuariu-Molnar; providential personalities; „good Emperor”; Ode

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