Ilarie Voronca, de son vrai nom Eduard Marcus, né le 31 décembre 1903 à Brăila (Roumanie) et décédé le 4 avril 1946 à Paris, est un poète et un écrivain français d'origine roumaine.

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  • Ilarie Voronca, de son vrai nom Eduard Marcus, né le 31 décembre 1903 à Brăila (Roumanie) et décédé le 4 avril 1946 à Paris, est un poète et un écrivain français d'origine roumaine.
  • Ilarie Voronca (nombre real: Eduard Marcus; 31 de diciembre del 1903, Braila - 8 de abril de 1946 en París) fue un poeta vanguardista y ensayista rumano-francés y activista en contra del fascismo.Voronca tuvo origen judío. En sus primeros años, ya estuvo conectado e identificado con Eugen Lovinescu.
  • Ilarie Voronca, właściwie Eduard Marcus (ur. 31 grudnia 1903 w Brăila, zm. 8 kwietnia 1946 w Paryżu) - rumuński poeta pochodzenia żydowskiego; przedstawiciel europejskiej awangardy literackiej.
  • Иларие Воронка (рум. Ilarie Voronca, собственно Эдуард Маркус, 31 декабря 1903, Брэила, Валахия — 8 апреля 1946, Париж) — румынский и французский поэт.
  • Ilarie Voronca (eigentlich Eduard Marcus) (* 31. Dezember 1903 in Brăila, Rumänien; † 5. April 1946 (Selbstmord) in Paris) war ein rumänisch-französischer Dichter, Prosaschriftsteller und Essayist. Er gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Theoretiker der rumänischen Avantgarde der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts.
  • Ilarie Voronca (pen name of Eduard Marcus; December 31, 1903, Brăila—April 8, 1946, Paris) was a Romanian-French avant-garde poet and essayist.Voronca was of Jewish ethnicity. In his early years, he was connected with Eugen Lovinescu's Sburătorul group, making his debut in 1922 in the Sburătorul literar (symbolist pieces inspired by the works of George Bacovia and Camil Baltazar). Voronca's poems of the period, gloomy and passive in tone, are in marked contrast to his later works.Only a year later, Voronca adopted a change in style, adhering to the modernist manifesto published in Contimporanul and contributing to literary magazines such as Punct and Integral. He and Stephan Roll issued a Constructivism-inspired magazine entitled 75 HP, of which only one number was ever printed.In 1927, Voronca published a volume of poetry in Paris. Entitled Colomba after his wife Colomba Voronca, it featured two portraits drawn by Robert Delaunay. Colomba marked Voronca's new change in style: he had become a surrealist. Soon after that, his creations gained a regularity, and he was published frequently — especially after he settled in France (1933) and began writing in the French language. There followed: L'Apprenti fantôme ("The Apprentice Ghost"; 1938), Beauté de ce monde ("This World's Beauty"; 1940), Arbre ("Tree"; 1942). Several of his works were illustrated with drawings by Constantin Brâncuși, Marc Chagall, or Victor Brauner. A French citizen in 1938, Voronca took part in the French Resistance. He visited Romania in January 1946, and was acclaimed for his writings and Anti-fascist activities. He never finished his Manuel du parfait bonheur ("Manual for Perfect Happiness"), committing suicide later in the same year.An edition of selected poems was published in France in 1956; it was followed ten years later by prints of never-published works. Sașa Pană oversaw a Romanian edition of many of Voronca's poems in 1972.
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  • Ilarie Voronca (nombre real: Eduard Marcus; 31 de diciembre del 1903, Braila - 8 de abril de 1946 en París) fue un poeta vanguardista y ensayista rumano-francés y activista en contra del fascismo.Voronca tuvo origen judío. En sus primeros años, ya estuvo conectado e identificado con Eugen Lovinescu.
  • Ilarie Voronca, właściwie Eduard Marcus (ur. 31 grudnia 1903 w Brăila, zm. 8 kwietnia 1946 w Paryżu) - rumuński poeta pochodzenia żydowskiego; przedstawiciel europejskiej awangardy literackiej.
  • Иларие Воронка (рум. Ilarie Voronca, собственно Эдуард Маркус, 31 декабря 1903, Брэила, Валахия — 8 апреля 1946, Париж) — румынский и французский поэт.
  • Ilarie Voronca (eigentlich Eduard Marcus) (* 31. Dezember 1903 in Brăila, Rumänien; † 5. April 1946 (Selbstmord) in Paris) war ein rumänisch-französischer Dichter, Prosaschriftsteller und Essayist. Er gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Theoretiker der rumänischen Avantgarde der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts.
  • Ilarie Voronca (pen name of Eduard Marcus; December 31, 1903, Brăila—April 8, 1946, Paris) was a Romanian-French avant-garde poet and essayist.Voronca was of Jewish ethnicity. In his early years, he was connected with Eugen Lovinescu's Sburătorul group, making his debut in 1922 in the Sburătorul literar (symbolist pieces inspired by the works of George Bacovia and Camil Baltazar).
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