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The Angels' Fall in Anatolida by Ion Heliade Rădulescu
(Tabloul Căderii îngerilor din epopeea Anatolida de Ion Heliade Rădulescu)
Vol LVIII • No. 2/2006
Loredana Netedu

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 Abstract
A literary work is permanently reinvented, as it is not a product, but a process implying both the author and its readers. ?Anatolida sau Omul şi Forţele? (1870) represents Ion Heliade Rădulescu's major epic, an outstanding synthesis of religious, mythological and bookish influences that outline mankind's history, from The Genesis to the first fratricide. This paper offers a new approach to the text, too often blamed for the Italian spelling, by emphasizing its unprecedented ? in the Romanian literature ? content and its vivid imagery.

 Rezumat
Epopeea Anatolida sau Omul şi Forţele (1870) reprezintă apogeul creaţiei poetice a lui Ion Heliade Rădulescu. În ciuda reacţiei nefavorabile a intelectualilor de la Junimea, textul a trecut examenul receptării ulterioare, graţie forţei imagistice şi a originalei sinteze a surselor religioase, mitologice, livreşti şi autobiografice.

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