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ABSTRACT. Two myths, at least, come our way when we contemplate the poet’s heredity and childhood: whether we have a family history of “tainted blood” and, on the other hand, whether the poet’s childhood is unhappy in principle. With examples extracted from Eminescu’s biography, we will give a major “Yes” to the first rhetorical question and a tentative “No” to the second; if further asked to specify if this latter answer holds true only for the Romanian poets, we will have to admit that our expertise extends only that far. pp. 16–19

Keywords: Mihai Eminescu; heredity; within-family study

Doina Cosman
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Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine, Romania
Bogdan C.S. Pirvu
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Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine, Romania

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