Scopul nostru este sprijinirea şi promovarea cercetării ştiinţifice şi facilitarea comunicării între cercetătorii români din întreaga lume.
Autori: Iulian Boldea
Editorial: Steven Totosy, Carmen Andras, Magdalena Marsovszky, Shaker Verlag, Aachen, Germany, The New Central and East European Culture, p.33-45, 2006.
By this study we are attempting to reveal the tendencies and dimensions of the autobiographical writing in post-1989 Romanian literature, especially considering to the fact that this literary genre has known a remarkable thematic and stylistic development in this period of time.
Thus, we may consider that the ego never ceasing to contemplate itself in the mirrors of the text gains, by this very act of reflection, a certain distance from itself and tends to no longer recognize itself in its personal past or in its personal text. From this point of view, the autobiographical writing in post-1989 Romanian literature is not the invocation of an ideal image, of a mythical projection of the own ego, but that of an ego endlessly searching its own identity.
It may be said that the autobiographical writing had, in post-1989 Romania, a very vast echo, by the interest for the document, for the backstage of some creators’ destiny and by the temptation of recovering the meanings of history. By this autobiographical dimension, the Romanian literature rallies to the other Eastern or Central European literatures, primarily by the ethical theme concerning the condition of the writer and of the individual in general, put in front of a hysterical history.
Cuvinte cheie: literatura autobiografica, istorie // autobiographical writing, history