De Lautréamont à la rue de l'Avenir: Frédéric Damé (1849-1907), un Français bucarestois fin de siècle

Abstract : Frédéric Damé (1849-1907) is known as a dedicatee of the Poésies of Isidore Ducasse, alias Lautréamont. The paper studies the process of romanization of this French naturalized Romanian, professor, journalist, lexicographer, historian. Damé constitues a perfect example of bilingualism. His universal personality establishes a bridge between France and Romania. His spirit of enterprise and his French-Romanian crossed look define him as an enthusiastic European polygraph.
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Michel Wattremez. De Lautréamont à la rue de l'Avenir: Frédéric Damé (1849-1907), un Français bucarestois fin de siècle. Dialogos, Academia de Studii Economice, Bucharest, 2011, Seria verde, pp.77-90. ⟨hal-01248126⟩

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