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Garabet Ibrăileanu — né le 23 Mai 1871 à Târgu Frumos et mort le 11 Mars 1936 à Bucarest, était un roumain critique littéraire et théoricien, écrivain, traducteur, sociologue, professeur à l Université Iași (1908 … Wikipédia en Français
Garabet Ibrăileanu — (May 23, 1871 March 11, 1936) was a Romanian literary critic and theorist, writer, translator, sociologist, Iaşi University professor (1908 1934), and, together with Paul Bujor and Constantin Stere, for long main editor of the Viaţa Românească… … Wikipedia
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