Cioran manuscripts to be posted online

The Romanian Academy Library will post, online, Emil Cioran’s manuscripts, donated by the businessman George Brailoiu, which will be available on the institution’s website in two or three months’ time, representatives of the Academy announced, yesterday, in a press conference. The documents were delivered to the Academy last Friday, straight from France, and are to be kept in a vault, alongside Mihai Eminescu’s manuscripts and those of other Romanian authors. According to academy member Eugen Simion, the institution also intends to publish Cioran’s manuscripts in facsimile, just like it published Eminescu’s Notebooks, insofar as they manage to get the funding. According to Simion, another lot of manuscripts by Cioran, dating from his French period, discovered by the cleaning lady in the block where the writer lived, is to be put on auction, and is evaluated at EUR 1.3 M.

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