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Râmnicu Vâlcea

"codrebogdan" The following year, after falling severely ill, he wrote down the first version of his testament in verse (''Adiata''), in which he asked to be buried in Viforâta Monastery (where he hoped that his wife Catinca would become a nun). After a series of other satirical works, Pann produced a collection of writings centered on the figure of Nastratin Hogea (Nasreddin) and owing inspiration


Craiova

in popular rallies in Craiova and Râmnicu Vâlcea (''see 1848 Wallachian revolution''). The following year, after falling severely ill, he wrote down the first version of his testament in verse (''Adiata''), in which he asked to be buried in Viforâta Monastery (where he hoped that his wife Catinca would become a nun). After a series of other satirical works, Pann produced


Jerusalem

: www.hoasm.org IIA IIATroubadours.html "Troubadours, Trouvères and Minnesingers" . Here Of A Sunday Morning. Retrieved April 25, 2006. He traveled widely, visiting Germany, Greece, Constantinople, and Jerusalem, and may have participated in the Third (Third Crusade) and perhaps Fourth Crusades. Guiot eventually joined a cloister as a Cluniac monk (Cluny Abbey). He wrote two satirical works concerning morality, the more famous of which is ''La


Berlin

occupation short story writer, playwright, journalist, essayist, actor, translator, poet, civil servant, restaurateur Caragiale oscillated between the liberal current (Liberalism and radicalism in Romania) and conservatism. Most of his satirical (Satire) works target the liberal republicans (Republicanism) and the National Liberals (National Liberal Party (Romania)). He clashed with National Liberal leaders such as Dimitrie Sturdza and Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu, and was a lifelong adversary of the Symbolist (Symbolism (arts)) poet Alexandru Macedonski. As a result of these conflicts his access to the cultural establishment was barred for several decades. During the 1890s, Caragiale rallied with the radical (Radicalism (historical)) movement of George Panu, before associating with the Conservative Party (Conservative Party (Romania, 1880–1918)). After having decided to settle in Berlin, he came to voice strong criticism for Romanian politicians of all colors in the wake of the 1907 Romanian Peasants' Revolt, and ultimately joined the Conservative-Democratic Party. In 1903-1904, the Caragiales traveled through various European countries, while the dramatist again considered establishing his residence in Transylvania. Cioculescu, p.308 They eventually moved to Berlin, the Imperial German (German Empire) capital, settling down in spring 1905. Cioculescu, p.308; Vianu, Vol. II, p.188, 198 The choice was considered unusual, since the writer knew only some basic German (German language) expressions. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Greece

1180. "Troubadours, Trouvères and Minnesingers". Here Of A Sunday Morning. Retrieved April 25, 2006. He traveled widely, visiting Germany, Greece, Constantinople, and Jerusalem, and may have participated in the Third (Third Crusade) and perhaps Fourth Crusades. Guiot eventually joined a cloister as a Cluniac monk (Cluny Abbey). He wrote two satirical works concerning morality, the more


Russia

. He also gained fame for his satirical works, published under his own name (''History of the Russian State from Gostomysl to Timashev'', ''The Dream of Councillor Popov'') and under the collaborational pen name of Kozma Prutkov.


Germany

, all from around 1180. "Troubadours, Trouvères and Minnesingers". Here Of A Sunday Morning. Retrieved April 25, 2006. He traveled widely, visiting Germany, Greece, Constantinople, and Jerusalem, and may have participated in the Third (Third Crusade) and perhaps Fourth Crusades. Guiot eventually joined a cloister as a Cluniac monk (Cluny Abbey). He wrote two satirical works concerning morality


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