Ion Vinea

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Ion Vinea.
Born April 17, 1895(1895-04-17)
Giurgiu
Died July 6, 1964(1964-07-06) (aged 69)
Bucharest

Ion Vinea, literary pseudonym of Ion Eugen Iovanaki, was a Romanian poet in the avant-garde movement. He was an editor (with Marcel Janco) of Contimporanul magazine (1922-32) that was central to the Romanian modernism.

While still on high school (St. Sava in Bucharest), he published poetry with Tristan Tzara and Marcel Iancu in Simbol revue (1912).

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Poems, and prose poems
  • Descântecul şi Flori de lampă [Charm and flowers lamp], Biblioteca Dimineaţa, 1925
  • Paradisul suspinelor [Paradise of Sighs], Bucharest: Cultura Națională, 1930. With 5 engravings and a portrait by Marcel Iancu.
  • Ora fântânilor [Time of fountains], Bucharest: E.L.P., 1964.
  • Poeme [Poems], Bucharest: Tineret, 1969
  • Ornic nesupus: versuri (Poezii de duminică) [Ornic Rebellious: Poems. (Sunday Poems)], ed. Leo Butnaru, Chisinău: Eus, 1993. An anthology.
Prose
  • Lunatecii [Lunatics], Bucharest: E.L.P., 1965. A novel.
  • Venin de mai [The Venom of May], Cluj-Napoca: Dacia, 1971. An unfinished novel
  • Publicistică literară [Literary journalism], Bucharest: Minerva, 1977
  • Săgeata şi arabescul. Articole şi pamflete [Arrow and Arabesque: Articles and Pamphlets], Bucharest: Minerva, 1984.
  • Whisky Palace & alte elegii / Whisky Palace & altre elegie, ed. Geo Vasile, Timişoara: Bastion, 2008. A critical anthology. (in Romanian/Italian)

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