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It’s only a shame that so many of the ideas detailed in Journal never saw fruition. Do not all these people feel it, see it, know it? Eu cred ca inteleg si asta, si cat de dureroase trebuie sa-i fi fost revelatia, dezamagirea, desprinderea si singuratatea spirituala dupa aceasta ruptura. Jan 13, Sam Schulman rated it really liked it. Un singur lucru apreciez la Mihail Sebastian: What a rustle of dresses, of white hands, furs, uniforms!

Pervading the entire diary is the notion of identity. Dar aici, acum, nu pot fi altceva. At any moment, however formally, you could appeal to the authority of the state: I was melancholic, rather, almost despondent.

Aug 18, Cristina rated it it was amazing. The bloodying and mocking of Jews have been public entertainment par excellence.

Journal 1935-1944

Would love I loved this book, opened my eyes to a lot of things that happened in Romania during the second world war. The high point of the book is when a Russian soldier robs Eliade of his watch andleis – you want to stand up and cheer. Everyone disapproves and feels indignant — but at the same time everyone is a cog in the huge antisemitic factory that is the Romanian state, with all its offices, authorities, press, institutions, laws, sebasfian procedures. Orice, orice, sebashian orice e posibil.


Throughout the hardships of war – losing essentially every liberty, possession and possibility, Sebastian writes. Bufonul jurnalului este Camil Petrescu.

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. Sebastian must have had a preternatural patience: Dec 02, Tony rated it really liked it. I don’t know if I’ll repeat the experience. Credit, where credit is due, the inventiveness of the fascist government had no bounds.

Published January 2nd by Pimlico first published These diaries have been compared to the Victor Klemperer diaries – don’t believe it. This book is about far more than war. In that respect this Journal is close to the Anne Frank Diary.

May 31, Miruna Caragheorgheopol rated it it was amazing.

It’s publication caused an outcry and started a mass debate over the opportunistic nature of Romania’s anti-Semitism both in general and with regard to the Holocaust. But I found his own struggles with writing, the ups and downs of the creative process most interesting.

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. Nu-mi recunosc un asemenea drept. Friendships must have meant something more to endure such abuse constantly, then.

Mai departe incepe viata”. I didn’t find my old exuberance in the mountains.


Half the pleasure of the concert was taken away by obsessions I had brought along with me, and which I could not shake off for a second. Am stiut totdeauna, pana in adancul inimii, ca as fi murit bucuros, ca sa grabesc macar cu o fractiune de milimetru prabusirea Germaniei. I avoid walking around the city center; I don’t see anyone or try to get in 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 writers the Ministry of Propaganda ordered bookshops to post, along with ordering the removal of all books by Jewish authors from libraries and bookshops]!

Jurnal: – Mihail Sebastian – Google Books

That, in a way, was how it was excused. He recounted the arrogance and confidence they acquired as they moved away from identifying themselves as Europeans—admirers of Proust, travelers to Paris—and instead began to call themselves blood-and-soil Romanians. I was delighted to find my skis and sticks again at Zoe’s, hidden in her loft some three years ago when we were ordered to hand our skis in to the police.

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.