Early years[ edit ] Born in BârladCocea claimed lineage from the lesser boyar aristocracy of Moldavia. Another Saint Sava student, Ion G. Duca the Prime Minister of Romania inwas occasionally present among them, but political differences drew them apart with time.
Popescu-Cadem, there is no record of him ever attending that institution.
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He flunked out after the 3rd and 7th grades, was transferred to Ploieștithen returned to Saint Sava only to pass reexamination. All members of the group visited with the Symbolist doyen Alexandru Macedonski although Cocea the writer was first discovered by Symbolist academic Ovid Densusianu and his Vieața Nouă review.
- Голос был странный, какой-то сдавленный: - Adonde file.
- «Лаборатория вне закона»? - спросила Сьюзан.
- Recenzii anti îmbătrânire bel essence
- Халохот быстро убедился, что сад пуст, и поднял глаза вверх, на Гиральду.
- В шифровалке вырубилось электричество.
Under the pen name Nely, he published the defiantly erotic novel Poet-Poetăwith a preface by Galactionthat resulted in his near-definitive expulsion from public high school. At this stage in life, he was probably acquainted with the French roots of Romanian radical liberalismwhich infused his left-wing outlook.
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Cocea's sister Alicethe future comedian, was born in Sinaiawhere Dumitru Cocea was stationed inand also settled in France at a later date. He was at the time married to Florica Mille, daughter of Constantin Mille. This was another break with the Cocea family tradition: allegedly, General Dumitru Cocea had once ordered his troops to devastate the Adevărul offices.
This unusual vision was preserved in the magazine the three published together duringLinia Dreaptă "The Straight Line". Cocea is said to have lost it, an event which marked the first of several disagreements between them.
Cocea's profile in political journalism was boosted. He is the probable source of a much circulated canard, taken up by Adevărul, according to which Romanian authorities had killed 11, or more peasant insurgents. Cocea was mainly active on the lower course of cliotexte istoria elvetiana anti imbatranire Danuberecognized by other socialists as "one of the leaders of the [workers'] movement" in Brăila.
After the România Muncitoare circle organized a socialist rally in Crema gaba antirid, Dezrobirea's entire staff was arrested on orders from Prefect Nicolae T. Farangawho also confiscated most of the printed issues although some 1, were still freely distributed among the intrigued peasants. As Cocea later wrote, the veteran leader confessed to him that he was being brought down by acute insomnia.
Literary historian Paul Cernat argues that, like Symbolist poet N. DavidescuCocea spent the — period disseminating modernist literature "on all fronts". While there, he militated in favor of modernized art, urging artists to destroy "antiquated artistic formulas" and to subvert "the laws of nature". The magazine, which received contributions from Dobrogeanu-Gherea, militated for universal suffragesocial equality and land reformwhile informing readers about world socialism.
Хорошенький! - крикнул еще один, сильно дернув его за галстук. - Хочешь со мной переспать? - Теперь на Беккера смотрела юная девица, похожая на персонаж фильма ужасов «Рассвет мертвецов». Темнота коридора перетекла в просторное цементное помещение, пропитанное запахом пота и алкоголя, и Беккеру открылась абсолютно сюрреалистическая картина: в глубокой пещере двигались, слившись в сплошную массу, сотни человеческих тел. Они наклонялись и распрямлялись, прижав руки к бокам, а их головы при этом раскачивались, как безжизненные шары, едва прикрепленные к негнущимся спинам.
His partner in this venture was a veteran of theatrical life, Alexandru Davila. The latter, identified as Romania's first socialist and satirical magazine by Arghezi himself,  was soon joined by the year-old poet Ion Vineaas literary columnist and campaigner for post-Symbolist literature,   with painters Iser  and Camil Ressu  as illustrators. The other noted contributors to Cocea's publications were Toma DraguSaniel Grossman George Diamandy Camil Petrescu  and avant-garde critic Poldi Chapierwhose article for Rampa chronicled the international success of Futurism.
Crăiniceanu and his sons, had similar results: the journalist was handed a preemptive and dishonorable military discharge. Its attack was concentrated on Drum Drept and Convorbiri Critice magazines the focus of Vinea's articles  and on antisemitic historian Nicolae Iorgawho had earlier dismissed Facla as a venue for Jewish Romanian interests.
Viitorul nu mai e nici mcar o proiecie, i cu att mai puin un platou, a devenit planul i programul riguros al unui prezent viitorul se ntmpl acum, adic prezentulestepromisiunea deja venit,deja aici.
As a socialist, Cocea attacked the Poporanists for supporting artistic nationalism, and then for courting the mainstream National Liberal Party.
One of them, Constantin Titel Petrescuinforms that Cocea "could not live by the party discipline". In this context, the Francophile Cocea manifested himself as an outspoken partisan of Romania's alliance with the Entente.
The latter three were committed Germanophiles who proceeded to publish their own review, Cronica. In Facla, Cocea made thinly veiled comments about the poet's mother, an unmarried woman, and suggested that the Cronica staff "still lives on the morsels left over from Bogdan-Pitești's feasts".
- Цуккини. - Сквош, - чуть не застонал Беккер.
Cocea joined the government and Land Forces on their retreat to Western Moldavia. Reunited with Vinea, he helped publish a daily cliotexte istoria elvetiana anti imbatranire Deșteptarea "The Awakening"flirting with the Germanophiles and Zimmerwald neutralistshotly criticizing the Ententist and National Liberal establishment.
His activities there included putting out the French-language magazine, L'Entente "The Entente"which was financed by his old rivals, the Romanian National Liberals. He later claimed to have been present, on Revolution day, in the Petrograd Soviet hall, hearing the victorious speech of Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin and to have later attended the second All-Russian Congress of Soviets.