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Has the war left its mark only on me? I didn’t find my old exuberance in the mountains. That, in a way, was how it was excused. View all 3 comments. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Preview — Journal by Mihail Sebastian. With the excellent fresh writing of what is essentially a diary of one of my favourite underrated writers?

The whipsawing had a bad effect on Sebastian, though he did manage to survive the war, while many other Romanian Jews did not. Which they probably were. I read it in Romanian, after seeing it mentioned on Tyler Cowen’s blog. I see myself in London, as an editor at the BBC for forty pounds a month, or working all day at the British Museum and spending misty holidays somewhere by the sea.

But the progrom in his own city is no speculation.

Journal by Mihail Sebastian

Stiu ca multi inca nu-i inteleg individualismul “o libertate de intelectual care isi apara singuratatea” si acea sete intelectuala si de rafinament care l-a adus in tinerete in grupul lui Nae Ionescu si Mircea Eliade si l-a tinut loial atat de mult timp. Sadly he only managed a glimpse after all. However, shortly after beginning to put his life back together in and gaining something resembling recognition, Mihail Sebastian was hit by a truck and died.

When listenening to the long anti-Semitic rants of his friends which proposed murder and deporatation at the timehe could be both detached, proud of his friendship, and could outdo sebasrian in social rank after all, he, Sebastian, was invited to stay at the Prince and Princess Bibesco’s country place, while hius wouldbe Jewkillers remained hopelessly middle-class.

Where can I direct my gaze?


Individualist in vremuri de pace si atasat comunitatii sale in vremurile de cea mai neagra deznadejde mihaiil cred ca asta arata caracterul lui. Half the pleasure of the concert was taken away by obsessions I had brought along with me, and which I could not shake off for a second. O excelenta radiografie a societatii si culturii Romaniei in perioada interbelica si in timpul celui de-al doilea razboi mondial vazuta prin sebastiam unui scriitor, dramaturg, profesor, om si, mai scos in evidenta in timpul celui de-al doilea razboi mondial, evreu.

Jurnal (1935-1944) – Mihail Sebastian

Aug 18, Cristina rated it it was amazing. In his journal, he described how, one by one, they were drawn to fascist ideology, like a flock of moths to an inescapable flame. The book came to me as a surprise. I was delighted to mhail my skis and sticks again at Zoe’s, hidden in her loft some three years ago when we were ordered to hand our skis in to the police.

What a rustle of dresses, of white hands, furs, uniforms! Because you don’t have any changes based on politics. With the obvious impostor syndrome that I relate to on a daily basis? My heart is weighed down with despondency. No trivia or quizzes yet. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Where do I start with this deliciousness! The moment Jews start being targeted, he starts being afraid for himself, for his brother in France, for his family and Jewish friends.

It’s only a shame that so many of the ideas detailed in Journal never saw fruition.

But whether or not they are staggered or disgusted, they and tens of thousands like them sign, endorse and acquiesce, not only tacitly or passively but through direct participation. Dar aici, acum, nu pot fi altceva. I see myself in Geneva with a million Swiss francs.

Journal 1935-1944

I can’t make out sebasgian he is saying, but I easily recognize Hitler’s guttural voice and especially the cheering that continually interrupts him: Under the pressure of hatred and horror in the ‘huge anti-Semitic factory’ that was Romania in the years of World War II, his writing maintains the grace of its intelligence, standing as one of the most important human and literary documents to survive from a singular era of terror and despair.


I see the pallor of fear on Jewish faces. Orice, orice, absolut orice e posibil. This is a powerful one-man play drawn from the journals of Mihail Sebastian, a Romanian Jewish writer who lived in Romania when the country became more fascist, prior to the Second World War, then began vacillating as the Nazis began losing the war, etc.

Sebastian records many uncomfortable conversations, jurnsl endlessly about how he can still remain friends or in contact with people like Mircea Eliade whose loathesomeness, alas, is finally jural here – as well as his loveability. Maybe it’s because all those other books from the same time were edited and cleaned up by their own authors. Jan 13, Sam Schulman rated it really liked it.

All countries distort it and communist Romania was no exception. At Versailles, German sentries. Atatia oameni au murit, fara sa vada cu ochii lor caderea bestiei. Nov 05, Silviu Popescu rated it it was amazing. Throughout his Journal Sebastian references Dante’s “look in my face; my name is might have been”.

This is at times a writer’s journal – chronicling brilliantly Sebastian’s battle and frustration with juranl writing – a comedic look at the inhabitants of Theatre World and those writers and ‘intellectuals’ that hover around the edg I found this book nestled in the Military History section in a bookshop in Bucharest last year thinking it to be be a war diary or view of Romania or Bucharest’s part in the Second World War and have only now gotten around to reading it.

It did not mention Jews or Holocaust. Nearly all the men were well dressed, calm, exuding comfort and self-confidence.

Damn destiny, surviving the war as a jew, and one year later dying in a car accident. Mihail Sebastian, born Iosif Hechter, was a Romanian playwright, essayist, journalist and novelist.

Already the number of Jews murdered since June is more than a hundred thousand.

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