Lecturile personajelor din cărțile refugiu. Studiu de caz: „Jurnalul de la Păltiniș" / The readings of the characters in escape-books. Case study: "The Journal from Păltiniș" (Jurnalul de la Păltiniș) by Gabriel Liiceanu
The present paper deals with the topic of reading and how it appears in books that function as an escape (journals). It focuses on different aims that readers might have and how the reading habits of literary characters depict a social and cultural image. The study case on the work of Gabriel Liiceanu brings forth the problem of censorship and access to literature and the means of overcoming this restriction.
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