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Lovinescu–Ierunca Collection at Oradea University Library

Shelves with books from Monica Lovinescu-Virgil Ierunca Collection  at the Oradea University Library

Location

Languages

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Romanian
  • Spanish

Name of collection

  • Monica Lovinescu-Virgil Ierunca Collection

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content

Content

  • music recordings: 1000-
  • publications (books, newspapers, articles, press clippings): 1000-
  • voice recordings (including oral history recordings): 100-499

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • international

Date of founding

  • 1947

Place of founding

Creator(s) of content

Access type

  • completely open to the public

Publications

  • Meseșan, Anarela. 2015. Exilul românesc din perioada comunistă, reflectat în fondul bibliotecii de la Paris a familiei Monica Lovinescu–Virgil Ierunca (The Romanian exile community of the communist period reflected in the Monica Lovinescu–Virgil Ierunca personal library in Paris). Cluj-Napoca: Centrul de Studii Transilvane.

Author(s) of this page

  • Marin, Manuela

References

Criș, Adrian. 2010. “Biblioteca personală a Monicăi Lovinescu și a lui Virgil Ierunca a ajuns la Oradea” (The personal library of Monica Lovinescu and Virgil Ierunca has arrived in Oradea). In Bihoreanul, April 28. Accessed 1 April, 2018. http://www.ebihoreanul.ro/stiri/ultima-or-31-5/biblioteca-personala-a-monicai-lovinescu-si-a-lui-virgil-ierunca-a-ajuns-la-universitatea-din-oradea-87085.html.

Editorial Jurnal bihorean. 2013. “Cu Manolescu despre Lovinescu” (With Manolescu about Lovinescu). In Jurnal bihorean, May 27, 2.

Engerman, David C. 2010. “Ideology and the Origins of the Cold War, 1917–1962.” In The Cambridge History of the Cold War. Vol. 1 Origins. Ed. Melvyn Leffler, Odd Anne Westad, 20–41. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lovinescu, Monica. 2008. La Apa Vavilonului (By the rivers of Babylon). București: Humanitas.

Lovinescu, Monica. 2010. Jurnal esențial (Essential journal). București: Humanitas.

Matica, G. 2010. “Fond de carte special pentru noua bibliotecă a Universității” (Special fonds of books for the new library of the University). In Crișana, April 29, 3.

Meseșan, Anarela. 2015. Exilul românesc din perioada comunistă, reflectat în fondul bibliotecii de la Paris a familiei Monica Lovinescu–Virgil Ierunca (The Romanian exile community of the communist period reflected in the Monica Lovinescu–Virgil Ierunca personal library in Paris ). Cluj-Napoca: Centrul de Studii Transilvane.

Petrescu, Cristina. 2013. From Robin Hood to Don Quixote: Resistance and Dissent in Communist Romania. București: Editura Enciclopedică.

Meseșan, Anarela, interview by Pintilescu, Corneliu, March 22, 2018. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

Last edited on: 2018-09-28 17:32:57