Poveºtile unei regine [Die Geschichten einer Königin]

SASS, Maria
January 2013
Germanistische Beiträge;2013, Issue 32, p212
Academic Journal
The present text introduces the anthological volume of Queen-poetess Carmen Sylva Povestile unei regine [The Stories of a Queen] and highlights the fact that both her prose - tales and stories - and her poems are representative not only of her favorite themes and motifs, but also of the specific stylistic features of the author.


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