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List of Romanian writers

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List of Romanian writers

This is a list of Romanian writers.


  • Literature 1
    • Old literature 1.1
    • 19th century 1.2
      • Romantic writers 1.2.1
      • The classics 1.2.2
    • Inter-war literature 1.3
      • Transition literature 1.3.1
      • Female authors 1.3.2
      • Analytical prose 1.3.3
      • Realist prose 1.3.4
      • Poetic novels 1.3.5
      • Fantastic prose 1.3.6
      • Others 1.3.7
    • Post-war period 1.4
      • Mainstream prose 1.4.1
      • Prose 1.4.2
      • Poetry 1.4.3
      • Romanian diaspora 1.4.4
    • Contemporary writers 1.5
  • Essays and philosophy 2
    • 20th century 2.1
    • Contemporary 2.2
  • Literary criticism 3
  • Drama 4
  • See also 5


Old literature

19th century

Romantic writers

The classics

Inter-war literature

Transition literature

Female authors

Analytical prose

Realist prose

Poetic novels

Fantastic prose


Post-war period

Mainstream prose



Romanian diaspora

Contemporary writers

Essays and philosophy

20th century


Literary criticism


See also

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