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Mircea Eliade (1907–1986)

Romanian philosopher Mircea Eliade was born in 1907 in Bucharest. He was a precocious child and published works for the first time at the age of 13. He studied in Cernavoda, Bucharest, finished Philosophy courses at the University of Bucharest at the age of 21, and went to Calcutta, India, to study Sanskrit and Yoga. After three years, he returned... See full bio »

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(age 79) in Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Youth Without Youth
(2007)
Miss Christina
(2013)
Sarpele
Sarpele Writer
(1996)
The Bengali Night
(1988)

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 2013 Miss Christina (novel)
 2007 Youth Without Youth (novella)
 1996 Eu sunt Adam! (short stories)
 1996 Sarpele (TV Movie) (novel)
 1992 Domnisoara Christina (novel "Domnisoara Christina")
 1988 The Bengali Night (novel)
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 2006 Great Romanians (TV Series documentary)
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In 1958 he was invited to assume the chair of the History of Religions department in Chicago. There he stayed until his death on 22 April 1986, publishing extensively and writing largely unpublished fiction. See more »

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