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ABSTRACT. With half a mind to George Bacovia (1881-1957), early onset dysthymia with melancholic features is associated with alcohol abuse and complicated by episodes of major depression in 1913, 1928, 1930, 1936 – at such grim times the clinical diagnosis being “double depression.” And yet, notwithstanding such a chore-like life of quiet desperation, Bacovia was able to write an exquisite poetry ranking him, with Tudor Arghezi, Ion Barbu and Lucian Blaga, as one of the four “greats” of modern poetry in Romania. Our research, nomothetic in the main, draws mostly on the poems that provide a continuum to the inner life and thus help the clinician to accurately diagnose

Keywords: rainy weather; burnt out; alcohol abuse; apathy; anhedonia; avolition

NICU-SUFLETEL GURGUTA
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MPsych; Alexandru Ioan Cuza University;
Iasi, Romania
LAURA MURGU
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MA; Dimitrie Sturza High School;
Comanesti, Romania;
IOAN FLORIN DIACONU
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PhD; Associate Professor, George Enescu University of Arts,
Iasi, Romania
FLORIN TECUCEANU
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MA; Informatics High School;
Suceava, Romania;
NARCIS APRODU
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MA; English teacher, Kogalniceanu High School,
Vaslui, Romania
BOGDAN C.S. PÎRVU
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MD, PhD; Clinical psychiatrist, Mavromati Emergency Hospital,
Botosani, Romania

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