URMUZ AND ROMANIAN AVANT-GARDE BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS
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After WW1, the Avant-garde reaches Romania too. During this period literary life develops simultaneously with the European aesthetic transformations and submitting to the same laws, trying to escape the influence of traditionalism. Romanian Avant-garde reflects the real social and cultural situation of that time and totalizes the majority of the revolutionary currents from Expressionism and Futurism to Dadaism, Surrealism.
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