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Poli de producție ai romanului românesc (1901-1932): Rețele editoriale și forme de canonizare

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Production Centers of the Romanian Novel (1901-1932):
Editorial Networks and Canonization Process

The following study employs a quantitative analysis of the Romanian novelistic production from the period 1901-1932. By using the literary corpus developed by the research project ASTRA Data Mining. The Digital Museum of the Romanian Novel 1901-1932, implemented by ASTRA National Museum Complex, this paper focuses on the secondary canonical writers (with their “b-sides and rarities”), the novelists’ origins, the abundance and the  geographical nodes of production, in order to investigate the dynamic relation between national cultural centers and their respective editorial networks, as well as the mechanisms of canonization within the Romanian novel of the period.

Keywords: Novelistic production, Romanian Novel, Romanian literature, Quantitative analysis, Literary cartography.

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