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Buy It Now. Add to cart. Sold by thrift. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information First published in , Waiting for the Dawnis the result of a year-long interdisciplinary study of Mircea Eliade's scholarly, literary, and autobiographical works which took place at the University of Colorado in With a new preface by Dav d Carrasco that takes into account recent developments in Eliade scholarship, this important work is now back in print at a time of renewed interest in Eliade thanks to Francis Ford Coppola's screen adaptation Youth without Youth Additional Product Features Dewey Edition.
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Waiting for the Dawn: Mircea Eliade in Perspective
Lumina ce se stinge was an experimental novel using a Joycean stream-of-consciousness technique. Eliade's growing interest in the supernatural was seen in Domnisoara Christina , Sarpele and Secretul Doctorului Honigberger , Two Tales of the Occult , which included the tales 'Nopti la Serampore' and 'Secretul doctorului Honigberger'. The title of the book referred to Dr. Honigberger, writer of the book Thirty-five Years in the East In Nae Ionescu, professor at the faculty of philosophy, was arrested and Eliade was dismissed as his assistent.
Ionescu was accused of being member of the Legion of the Archangel Michael the "Iron Guard" , an extreme-right-wing Romanian organization, anti-Semitic, with Nazi sympathies. Soon also Eliade was arrested and he spent a short time in a concentration camp. In he married Christinel Cottescu, a Romanian exile, whose sister was a professor of Latin. There is only a few refrences to her in Eliade's Journal I: , but in his Autobiography he devoted to her a whole chapter. That first image has never been erased from my mind: she laughed like a child, yet with a troubling feminity, showig her teeth, inclining her head slightly.
The essay dealt with mankind's experience of history and time, especially the conceptions of being and reality. According to Eliade, in modern times people have lost their contact with natural cycles, known in traditional societies. Eliade saw that for human beings their inner, unhistorical world, and its meanings, were crucial. Behind historical processes are archaic symbols.
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Belief in a linear progress of history is typical for the Christian world view, which counters the tyranny of history with the idea of God, but in the archaic world of archetypes and repetition the tyranny of history is accepted. Stoics created from the concept of the eternal cycle a theory which embraced the whole universe. Eliade contrasts the Western linear view of time with the Eastern cyclical world view. In the 19th century Nietzsche's criticism of Christian dogmas brought back the idea of the eternal cycle to Western discussion.
These ideas were further developed by Oswald Spengler in his study The Decline of the West The Forbidden Forest , which Eliade considered his major novel, came out in His office in Meadville-Lombard School of Religion caught fire in Most of his precious books were damaged by smoke and water, but his notebooks of his Journal survived relatively untouched. The fire had started on the desk, perhaps from pipe ashes in the ashtray. I believe the record shows that he could not.
Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Contributor Eliade, Mircea, Carrasco, David. Law, Jane Marie. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references. Summary First published in , "Waiting for the Dawn" is the result of a year-long interdisciplinary study of Mircea Eliade's scholarly, literary, and autobiographical works which took place at the University of Colorado in With a new preface by David Carrasco that takes into account recent developments in Eliade scholarship, this important work is now back in print at a time of renewed interest in Eliade thanks to Francis Ford Coppola's screen adaptation "Youth without Youth ".
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