Baccalaureate. The Romanian language and literature - schematic presentation for the written test is a book for today's teenagers. The schematic representation brings an elegant simplicity to assimilate as quickly and easily as possible the key points of the literary texts required for the exam, points that you can develop in an original essay on the theme and vision of the world, but also the relationship between two characters or the particularities of construction of a character. Also, the pages of this book present an efficient way of organizing information and offer a template for writing an essay for each text, in an easily accessible language. The content of the book is addressed to those who have a passion for the discipline of the Romanian language and literature, but also to those who need the information only to follow their own passion.
Introduction / 7
Chronology of works required for the third subject / 9
Writers and their works. Landmarks in relation to genres, species and literary currents/orientations / 10
"Literary Dacia" - Mihail Kogalniceanu / 11
"Alexandru Lapusneanul" - Costache Negruzzi / 15
"The story of Harap‑Alb" - Ion Creanga / 19
"The mill with luck" - Ioan Slavici / 25
"Luceafarul" - Mihai Eminescu / 31
"A lost letter" - Ion Luca Caragiale / 37
"Eminescu and his poems" - Titu Maiorescu / 43
"Prayer" - Octavian Goga / 47
"Lead" - George Bacovia / 51
"Lovinescu modernism" - Eugen Lovinescu / 55
"I do not crush the crown of wonders of the world" - Lucian Blaga / 61
"Ion" - Liviu Rebreanu / 65
"He came here in the old days" - Ion Pillat / 71
"Will" - Tudor Arghezi / 75
"Master Manole" - Lucian Blaga / 79
"Baltagul" - Mihail Sadoveanu / 85
"Riga Crypto and Lapland Enigel" - Ion Barbu / 89
"Last night of love, first night of war" - Camil Petrescu / 93
"Maitreyi" - Mircea Eliade / 99
"Otilia's Enigma" - G. Calinescu / 105
"Morometii" - Marin Preda / 111
"Young lioness, love" - Nichita Stanescu / 117
"Iona" - Marin Sorescu / 121
"The most beloved of earthlings" - Marin Preda / 127
Tables designed for the efficiency of information assimilation / 131
Synthesis of the identification features of cultural currents manifested in literature / 149
Answer organization models for the second subject of the baccalaureate exam / 155
Bibliography / 159
The desire to give teenagers a better understanding of the concept of "theme and vision of the world" and a way to efficiently organize their information, which I present in an essay on this subject, is the purpose of this work.
It should be specified that the idea of "theme and vision of the world" originates from the fact that texts, such as those selected to be discussed in this book, have, among other things, the purpose of contributing to the perfection of the adolescent's personality for the preparation of integration in contemporary society, because learning is the objective of every literary work. These qualities can be acquired both from real experiences - lived in everyday life -, as well as from the life experience imagined in the work and transmitted through characters or lyric scenes. Therefore, it is certain that we learn from the mistakes or admirable deeds of others, such as those that the characters highlight through their own actions, around which the epic threads are formed. Also, we learn from the experience of the lyrical courts that expose their human lives, both positive and negative.
The schematic representation brings an elegant simplicity to assimilate the key points of the texts, points that you can develop in an original essay on the theme and vision of the world, but also the relationship between two characters or the particularities of a character's construction.
Therefore, the pages of this book include a way of organizing the information and offering an essay template for each text, in a language that is easily accessible to those who have a passion for the discipline of the Romanian language and literature, but also to those whose information it is only necessary to follow their own passion.