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Paperbackpages. It wasn’t on my reading list.

He also catches the changes after the War, a period much lied about by both historical sides: However, sebatian after beginning to put his life back together in and gaining something resembling recognition, Mihail Sebastian was hit by a truck and died. Nemtii si hitlerismul au crapat. Noi, care suntem inca vii, am avut acest imens noroc. It’s only a shame that so many of the ideas detailed in Journal never saw fruition. Dec 02, Tony rated it really liked it. But whether or not they are staggered or disgusted, they and tens of mihakl like them sign, endorse and acquiesce, not only tacitly or passively but through direct participation.

How he mihzil managed to fill in blanks and write clear-headed notes is beyond me. I see myself in New York, and then — weary of all the noise — in a quite provincial town, where I write smash-hit plays for Broadway without feeling curious enough to go and see them. It did not mention Jews or Holocaust.

How the effects of fascism were felt as one by one analogous anti-Semitic laws were introduced just like in Germany. Without knowing, he wrote an impressive story of Romania. Sep 16, Ana-Maria rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sebastian records many Swann in Bucharest, not Paris, and a real-life man, not a character in fiction, Sebastian, a Romanian Jew who was a dashing, classless, much-beloved figure in Romanian society and theatrical circles in the s and 40s.

Thankfully this Journal was smuggled out of Romania by his brother Benu in Legionarul jurnalului este Mircea Eliade.


View all 3 comments. They take the bread from our mouths; they exploit and smother us. Sebastian was a member of the intelligentsia in Bucharest, and writes in his journals about his friends’ changing viewpoints – how they became more sympathetic to Nazism and anti-Semitism.

The bloodying and mocking jhrnal Jews have been public entertainment par excellence. Dar aici, acum, nu pot fi altceva. View all 4 comments. La dignidad de un escritor en un mundo que se derrumba. Refresh and try again.

It is also about literature. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A bit torn, a bit stained — but not too bad.

Journal 1935-1944

The book came to me as a surprise. O intoarcere in Romania celui de-al doilea razboi mondial cum nu am mai avut parte pana acuma. I see myself in London, mihai, an editor at the BBC for forty pounds a month, or working all day at the British Museum and spending misty holidays somewhere by the sea. May 31, Miruna Caragheorgheopol rated jrunal it was amazing. Recommended by Tyler Cowen here: Miuail know when I am going to read his other works, it will feel strange, knowing the process of creation.

What I recall with a gleam is reading it at various cafes in Louisville, coinciding with Sebastian’s descriptions of the myriad cafes in Bucharest. I stay alone at home, with a powerful radio, an automatic gramophone, and hundreds of records of Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven.

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How many of us are left? Friendships must have meant something more to endure such abuse constantly, then. That is what makes the Journal so much more valuable than other Romanian writings about those years.

He does state-mandated chores and endures state-mandated privations. It’s also wonderful in that the author catches the changes more and more to the extreme of the regime. The publication of Journal also allowed Mihail Sebastian’s name and works to be thrust back into the spotlight in Romania and he’s now regarded with respect.

Journal by Mihail Sebastian

Journal is mmihail from a war diary. There are no discussion kurnal on this book yet. 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.


Under the pressure of hatred and horror in the ‘huge anti-Semitic factory’ that was Romania in the years of World War II, his writing maintains the grace of its intelligence, standing as one of the most important human and literary documents to survive from a singular era of terror and despair. In that respect this Journal is close to the Anne Frank Diary.

miihail By the time the war is over, Sebastian is simply exhausted, his home was destroyed in Allied bombing – or German bombing – and it will probably take a long time before he can trust his erstwhile friends, the ones that went along with the tide of fascist public opinion.

De cateva zile aud mereu aceeasi parola. The value of the book is its object-lesson to once giddy young men who are not so young any more – and a reminder that however amusing it is to contemplate Romanians, it was never very nice to have to be one, Christian or Jewish – and may never ever be.

The politics of the era in Romania was driven by anti-Semitism, and a blind faith in Hitler – when Hitler’s fortunes mihqil to decline, the population switched back to being anti-Nazi, or pro-democracy. How long will it be before we too are murdered? The fear and dread that one day it might be him standing there, would never be far from his mind.

Published January 2nd by Pimlico first published Throughout his Journal Sebastian references Dante’s “look in my face; my name is might have been”. Ulterior le-am citit pe ambele cam la asta se reduce experienta mea cu sebastian.