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The father of Profira and Paul-Mihu Sadoveanu, who also pursued careers as writers, he was the brother-in-law of literary critic Izabela Sadoveanu-Evan.Literary historian Tudor Vianu believes this contrast of regional and social identities played a part in shaping the author, opening him up to a "Romanian universality", but notes that, throughout his career, Sadoveanu was especially connected with his Moldavian roots.A founding member of the Romanian Writers' Society and later President of the Romanian Writers' Union, Sadoveanu was also a member of the Romanian Academy since 1921 and a recipient of the Lenin Peace Prize for 1961.He was also Grand Master of the Romanian Freemasonry during the 1930s.
His books, critically acclaimed for their vision of age-old solitude and natural abundance, are generally set in the historical region of Moldavia, building on themes from Romania's medieval and early modern history.
The Movila faction is supported by boyars loyal to the Movila clan and by a few Polish nobles aided by an army of mercenaries. saved by acting - and that is a rule for the films under Communist regime - it is reflection of the ambition of Mircea Drăgan to realize a kind of blockbuster. the performance of Ștefan Ciubotărașu as the boyar Orheianu represents one of the good points of film.
In 1612 the Principality of Moldavia is shattered by war. nothing bad if you ignore the kitsch, the chaotic events, the desire to create the atmosphere using dialogues in different languages, exotic dances and costumes and mixture of influences from different periods. and, in same measure, Ștefan Tomșa in the interpretation of Ion Besoiu.
historical novel, adventure novel, biographical novel, political novel, psychological novel, crime fiction, memoir, travel literature, nature writing, fantasy, reportage, biography, sketch story, children's literature, lyric poetry; occasionally referred to as Mihai Sadoveanu; November 5, 1880 – October 19, 1961) was a Romanian novelist, short story writer, journalist and political figure, who twice served as acting head of state for the communist republic (1947–19).
One of the most prolific Romanian-language writers, he is remembered mostly for his historical and adventure novels, as well as for his nature writing.
In Anii de Ucenicie (Years of Apprenticeship, 1944) Sadoveanu recalled his special affection for his mother, who was a gifted storyteller.