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Ionesco, Eugène. Present Past, Past Present: A Personal Memoir. Trans. Helen R. Lane. New York: Grove Press, 1971. ´Representations 26 (1989): 7±25. Roman, Andrea. Le populisme Quarante-Huitard dans les Principautés Roumaines. Bucharest: Les Éditions de la Fondation Culturelle Roumaine, 1999. Spiridon, Monica. Les dilemmes de l¶identité au confins de l¶Europe: Le cas roumain. 3DULV/¶+DUPDWWDQ Tzara, Tristan. First Poems. Trans. Michael Impey and Brian Swan. Berkeley: New Rivers Press, 1976.
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