Ion Ciocanu

For the politician with a similar name, see Ion Ciocan.

Ion Ciocanu (born January 18, 1940) is a Moldovan literary critic.[1]

Ion Ciocanu
Ion Ciocanu (doctor hab.).jpg
Born(1940-01-18)January 18, 1940
NationalityMoldova,
Romania
Alma materMoldova State University
AwardsOm emerit
Gloria muncii

BiographyEdit

Ion Ciocanu was born on January 18, 1940 in Tabani, Briceni, then in Romania. Ion Ciocanu graduated from Moldova State University in 1962 and got his PhD in 1965. He worked for Moldova State University, "Cartea Moldovenească", "Literatura artistică", "Hyperion", Glasul Naţiunii, Editura Litera. Between 1987 and 1990 he was a leader of the Moldovan Writers' Union. He has been working for the Institute of Philology of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova since 2001.[2]

Between 1993 and 1994, Ion Ciocanu served as Director General of the State Department of Languages (Romanian: Departamentul de Stat al Limbilor)[3] and between 1998 and 2001 he served as the head of the Division of the Promotion of Official Language (Romanian: Direcţia Promovare a Limbii Oficiale).

AwardsEdit

WorksEdit

  • Caractere şi conflicte", Chişinău (1968),
  • Articole şi cronici literare, Chişinău (1969),
  • Itinerar critic, Chişinău (1973),
  • Unele probleme de estetică, Chişinău (1973),
  • Dialog continuu, Chişinău (1977),
  • Podurile vieţii şi ale creaţiei, Chişinău (1978),
  • Clipa de graţie, Chişinău (1980),
  • Paşii lui Vladimir Curbet, Chişinău (1982),
  • Permanenţe, Chişinău (1983),
  • Argumentul de rigoare, Chişinău (1985),
  • Dreptul la critică, Chişinău (1993).
  • Reflecţii şi atitudini, Chişinău (1993),
  • Dincolo de literă, Timişoara (1998),
  • Literatura română contemportană din Republica Moldova, Chişinău (1998),
  • Rigorile şi splendorile prozei rurale, Chişinău (2000),
  • Scriitori de ieri şi de azi București (2004),
  • Ion Ciocanu. Biobibliografie Chişinău, Ed. Museum (2005).
  • Atât de drag... Microeseuri de dragoste pentru cuvânt, Chişinău, (1995),
  • Zborul frânt al limbii române (1999),
  • Realitatea în cuvânt şi cuvântul în realitate (2002),
  • Conştientizarea greşelii (2003),
  • Temelia nemuririi noastre, Chişinău, (2005).

BibliographyEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Ion Ciocanu – la 70 de ani
  2. ^ Vocea Basarabiei, Ion Ciocanu – la 70 de ani Archived 2011-07-24 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Natalya Prikhodko, "Russians Aren't Eager to Study the State Language," Nezavisimavagazeta, p. 3, (15 July 1993), cited in The Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press XLV(28)pp. 26-27 (1993).
  4. ^ Vocea Basarabiei, Ion Ciocanu – la 70 de ani Archived 2011-07-24 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ "Annual Literary Prizes awarded". Archived from the original on 2011-07-22. Retrieved 2010-07-31.

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