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In his journal, he described how, one by one, they were drawn to fascist ideology, like a flock of moths to an ines Recommended by Tyler Cowen here: But I found his own struggles with writing, the ups and downs of the creative process most interesting.

The shooting never ends. Continutul devine astfel infinit mai pretios, relatarile despre razboi si viata pe timp de razboi istorie, iar zbuciumul unui suflet sensibil motiv de reflexie asupra sensului vietii.

The Radio too has been seized by the Legion. They take the bread from our mouths; they exploit and sebastiaan us.

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Sep 16, Ana-Maria rated it it was amazing Murnal Paperbackpages. Pretty much a cool brain-feeder. Sadly, the poor man survived the war only to be run over by a truck in Bucharest in Nemtii si hitlerismul au crapat. People he had known for years insulted him to his face and then acted as if nothing had happened.

Nearly all the men were well dressed, calm, exuding comfort and self-confidence. Sadly he only managed a glimpse after all. O excelenta radiografie a societatii si culturii Romaniei in perioada interbelica si in timpul celui de-al doilea razboi mondial vazuta prin ochii unui scriitor, dramaturg, profesor, om si, mai scos in evidenta in timpul celui de-al doilea razboi mondial, evreu.

Jurnal (1935-1944) – Mihail Sebastian

Without knowing, he wrote an impressive story of Romania. The whipsawing had a bad effect on Sebastia This is a powerful one-man play drawn from the journals of Mihail Sebastian, a Romanian Jewish writer who lived in Romania when the country became more fascist, prior to the Second World War, then began vacillating as the Nazis began losing the war, etc.


But this is sheer uncontrolled bestiality, without shame or conscience without goal or purpose. Stiu ca multi inca nu-i inteleg individualismul “o libertate de intelectual care isi apara singuratatea” si acea sete intelectuala si de rafinament care l-a adus in tinerete in grupul lui Nae Ionescu si Mircea Eliade si l-a tinut loial atat de mult timp.

Preview — Journal by Mihail Sebastian. Anything, absolutely anything, webastian possible. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Has the war left its mark only on me? He listened as they veered into conspiratorial thinking or became casually cruel. It would be something if there were an antisemitic pogrom; you’d know the limits to which it might go. Hiperlucid si hipersensibil, gata oricand sa ierte oamenii care l-au dispretuit si abandonat, dar neiertandu-si siesi niciun compromis cu atat mai putin cand istoria i-ar fi permis sa fie in barca invingatorilor.

The sebaetian and dread that one day it might be him standing there, would never be far from his mind. Jews have been forbidden the occupation of journalist. Atatia oameni au murit, fara sa vada cu ochii lor caderea bestiei.

You actually feel like clapping when one of them gets their watch stolen by a Russian soldier towards the end. I don’t know if I’ll repeat the experience. I avoid walking around the city center; I don’t see anyone or try to get mihial touch with anyone; I keep to myself as much as possible and let others forget about me — and now here is my name in all the bookshops [in the list of of names of Jewish jurna the Ministry of Propaganda ordered bookshops to post, along with ordering the removal of all books by Jewish authors from libraries and bookshops]!

Journal by Mihail Sebastian

Now, however, even that precarious sense of official justice has gone. One of the most remarkable literary achievements of the Nazi period, Sebastian’s journal vividly captures the now-vanished world of pre-war Bucharest. How the effects of fascism were felt as one by one analogous anti-Semitic laws were introduced just like in Germany.


He also catches the changes after the War, a period jutnal lied about by both historical sides: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. And yet when a well-wisher says to him to convert to Christianity – which in those days could have made the difference between life and death – despite being a secular Jew, he refuses. Webastian found his insights to be rather piercing especially as to the ambivalence of WWII policies, nothing sweeping or unified, this was all chortled fictionally later by Olivia Manning in her Balkan Trilogy. sebasian

Journal 1935-1944

At the Arc de Triomphe, the “unknown soldier” with a German “guard of honor. Am stiut totdeauna, pana in adancul inimii, ca as fi murit bucuros, ca sa grabesc macar cu o fractiune de milimetru prabusirea Germaniei. Nu stiu daca, traind dincolo de 38 de ani, ar fi ajuns cel mjhail mare scriitor roman.

It took fifty years for this book to be published and how grateful I am that it was. The first part, when Sebastian was writing about the years right before WW2 started, are lighter in tone, with some optimism, a good dose of critical and logical thinking, some shrugging and despair at events around him, some impostor syndrome, some famous people from the literary and theatrical circles he was friends with — and you feel like slapping most of them.

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