Antilethe – o revistă pentru rememorarea exilului românesc / Antilethe – a magazine for the remembrance of the Romanian exile
A literary magazine having a distinct character among all Romanian publications is Antilethe. Its name remind us of the Lethe River (the river of oblivion in Greek mythology) because the main purpose of the founder – Mihaela Albu – together with the editorial board - is an act of restitutio. In short – to bring into attention of the contemporary readers the cultural activity of the Romanian intellectuals from exile. Each issue has a specific subject - Vintilă Horia (no. 1), Mircea Popescu (no. 2), Ștefan Baciu (no. 3) and Camilian Demetrescu (no. 4). Our presentation is mainly focused on the life and activity of the great artist Camilian Demetrescu.
Albu, M. (2018). Datoria memoriei / Duty of Memory. Antilethe, nr. 1 (4)/2018.
Anghelescu, D. (2018). Artistul și gânditorul Camilian Demetrescu / The Artist & Thinker Camilian Demetrescu). Antilethe, nr. 1 (4)/2018.
Horia, V. (2004). Suflete cu umbra pe pământ / Souls with Shadow on Eart. București: Editura Jurnalul literar.
Lovinescu, M. (1997, 1998). O paraneză cât o existență / A Paranthetis as long as a Lifetime. Secolul 20, nr. 10-11-12/ 1997, 1-2-3/1998.
Rotaru, M. (2018). Camilian Demetrescu sau revelația sacrului în cotidian / Camilian Demetrescu or the Revelation of Holy in Quotidian. Antilethe, nr. 1 (4)/2018.
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