Universitatea „Babeş-Bolyai“ din Cluj-Napoca, Facultea de Litere ”Babeş-Bolyai” University of Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Letters
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3 / 2012
Ion Vinea during totalitarianisms (II)
The study is focused on the figure of Ion Vinea, one of the major poets of the interwar period. But the object of the study is not Vinea’s poetry, the author being interested in his activity as a journalist – Vinea being the editor-in-chief of the most influential avant-garde magazine, Contimporanul (1922-1932), and also of Facla (1930-1940), another influential magazine of the period. Even though Vinea has been biased towards leftist intellectuals and journalists, frequently hiring them as editors in the journals and newspapers he ran, after the installation of the communist regime he was immediately purged. This first part of the study examines the years prior to 1945, when Vinea edited the newspaper Evenimentul zilei (The event of the day), aiming at creating an example of free press in an extremely complicated context.
Keywords: Romanian history, interwar period, Ion Vinea, interwar press, Evenimentul zilei, totalitarianism, censorship
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