VASILE ALECSANDRI Poet, playwright, politician and diplomat, he collected Romanian folk songs and was one of the main animators of the 19 th century movement for Romanian cultural identity and Union of Moldavia and Wallachia.
He was a Romanian symbolist poet. While he initially belonged to the Symbolist movement, his poetry came to be seen as a precursor of Romanian Modernism and eventually established him in critical esteem alongside Tudor Arghezi, Lucian Blaga and Ion Barbu as one of the most important interwar Romanian poets.
ION LUCA CARAGIALE
Ion Luca Caragiale was a Romanian playwright and short story writer. He was born in , Wallachia. The name of the locality, which is now situated in Dâmboviţa County, Romania, has been changed to I. L. Caragiale.
Emil Cioran was a Romanian philosopher and essayist. He was
born in Răşinari , Sibiu County.
ION CREANG Ă
He was a Romanian writer, storyteller and memoirist. His famous book, studied by Romanian pupils in school, is “Memories of My Boyhood”.
He was a late Romantic poet, the best known and most influential Romanian poet. Famous poems include ("Evening Star"), Odă în metru antic ( Ode in ancient meter ), and the five Scrisori ( Epistles/Satires ).
IULIA HA Ş DEU
Iulia Hasdeu had a famous father in the person of Bogdan Petriceicu Hasdeu, a Romanian writer and philologist. Even though she died of tuberculosis at the age of 18, Iulia achieved more than most people in an entire lifetime. Thus she wrote poems and prose, taught herself foreign languages and studied piano and canto. She was the first Romanian girl-student at La Sorbonne University in Paris. In her honour, her father built the controversial Iulia Hasdeu Castle in Câmpina, Romania. She was born in Bucharest and also died in the same city.
Gabriel Liiceanu is a Romanian philosopher. He received a fellowship from the Humboldt Foundation between 1982and 1984.
Marin Preda was a Romanian novelist, often considered the best of post-world War II Romania.