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ABSTRACT. The bipolar disorder in focus for a start, mostly in terms of DSM-5, we described the (manic) ups and (depressive) downs of the speech characteristics in the bipolar spectrum. We then drew a map of Mihai Eminescu’s (genetically-based) bipolar-I disorder on the basis of our previous research. In our ultimate attempt to go for a hopefully more accurate chronology of Eminescu’s last poems we also relied, oftentimes implicitly, on Durkheim’s disengagement model, Shneidman’s hopelessness theory, the rather traditional thought-direction of sexually-inhibited melancholia, and the biologically-based linguistic connection that provides the background for it all. pp. 59–68

Keywords: bipolar disorder; bipolar language; manic language; depressive language; Mihai Eminescu; poem chronology

BOGDAN C.S. PÎRVU
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Mavromati Hospital, Botoșani
DOINA COSMAN
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Iuliu Hațieganu University of Medicine, Cluj-Napoca

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