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Constantin Abăluţă (born 8 October 1938 in Bucharest) is a Romanian poet, writer and translator.

An active writer of poetry since the mid 1960s, Abăluţă has translated works by Thomas Roetke, Frank O'Hara, Wallace Stevens, and Dylan Thomas into the Romanian language. He studied architecture in Bucharest, Romania and he is also a painter. Since 2007, he is the President of Romanian PEN Club center. He wrote many haiku and he is considered an expert in writing this form of Japanese poems in Romanian. Abăluţă was awarded many prizes of Writers Union of Romania both as a poet and a translator.

Bibliography

Poetry

  • Lumina pământului, (1964)
  • Piatra, (1968)
  • Psalmi, (1969)
  • Unu, (1970)
  • Eww Erre, (1972)
  • Poèmes. Art et poésie (1973)
  • Există, (1974)
  • Iubiri,(1974)
  • Călătorii, (1977)
  • Obiecte de tăcere, (1979)
  • Violenţa memoriei pure, (1980)
  • Aerul, mod de folosinţă, (1982)
  • Planor, (1983)
  • 11 erezii, (1985)
  • A sta în picioare (1986)
  • Singurătatea ciclopului (1988)
  • Aceleaşi nisipuri (1995)
  • Marină într-un creier (1995)
  • Camera cu maşini de scris (1997)
  • Drumul furnicilor (1997)
  • Cârtiţa lui Pessoa (1999)
  • Mic manual de tăcere (1999)
  • Odăile (2001)
  • Terasa (2002)
  • Les Chambres. Les Parols (2003)
  • Intrusul (2005)

Prose

  • Singuratatea ciclopului, (1983)
  • Planeta simetrică, (1981)
  • A sta in picioare, (1983)

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