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    Luceafărul

    Luceafărul ("The Morning Star") is the name of a Romanian poem by Mihai Eminescu, published in 1883. It is generally considered his masterpiece. The title refers to the Romanian Luceafăr. The World Records Academy announced in January 2009 that Luceafărul had been officially recognized as being the longest love poem ever made.
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    Lovers' Legends: The Gay Greek Myths

    Lovers' Legends: The Greek Myths (ISBN 0-9714686-0-5) is a 2002 book by Andrew Calimach, which presents and discusses the Greek myths of male love. This work evokes the world view of two-to-three thousand years ago. The work restores the myths using the exact language of the original fragments whenever possible using the present tense. Calimach, in his seminars, describes the stories as "orphan myths" because they do not play into any of the main modern political agendas. They depict idealized age-structured male love relationships, thus they do not serve the purpose of the mainstream gay movement. They point out that relationships should be with youths who have come of age, thus falling outside the scope of modern proponents of boy love. They mostly involve personages who have relationships with the other sex as well. Lovers' Legends Unbound is a theatrical production directed by Agnes Lev, performed by Timothy Carter, with incidental music composed and performed by Steve Gorn. The work was released by Haiduk Press in 2004 as an audio-CD together with an illustrated libretto. Based on the mythographical research of Andrew Calimach, as published in the Lovers' Legends: The Gay
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    God Was Born in Exile

    God Was Born in Exile (French: Dieu est né en exil) is a novel by Romanian author Vintilă Horia, for which he was awarded the Prix Goncourt in 1960, though he was never handed the prize following allegations that surfaced after his nomination that he had once been a member of the Iron Guard. The novel's narrator is Ovid, the Roman poet, and this apocryphal work is rather similar to Marguerite Yourcenar's Mémoires d'Hadrien in which Yourcenar writes the Roman emperor Hadrian's mémoires. In God Was Born in Exile, "Ovid" covers the last eight years of his life, when he was exiled to Tomis, an Ancient Roman colony in Scythia Minor. This novel adopts the form of a diary, divided into eight chapters (each of which corresponds to a year of exile) that reveal the steps of a progressive "maturation," or a conversion of sorts. The novel's universe is linked together around a primordial axis whose two poles are Roman society and the Dacian world, respectively. This dichotomy generates a rich range of metaphors, but perhaps this novel's most important attribute is the way in which both worlds are constructed, and their importance as "chronotopes" in the narrative. Ovid's spiritual journey
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    Vingt-cinq poèmes

    Vingt-cinq poèmes

    "vingt-cinq poèmes" (25 Poems) is the first book of poems Tristan Tzara has published. Illustrated by Hans Arp, this is considered the masterpiece of Tristan Tzara's DADA period, alongside the Seven Dada Manifestos.
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