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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 106. Not illustrated. Chapters: Folklore by Nationality, Occitan Literary Genres, Science Fiction by Nationality, Spanish Golden Age Literary Genres, Romanian Science Fiction, Iranian Folklore, Maldivian Folklore, Japanese Science Fiction, Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 106. Not illustrated. Chapters: Folklore by Nationality, Occitan Literary Genres, Science Fiction by Nationality, Spanish Golden Age Literary Genres, Romanian Science Fiction, Iranian Folklore, Maldivian Folklore, Japanese Science Fiction, Bengali Science Fiction, Iranian Folk Music, Maldit-Comiat, Czech Science Fiction and Fantasy, Vida, Caribbean Folklore, Alba, Torneyamen, Pastorela, Gab, Razo, Dansa, Viadeyra, Lhaimagu Faqeeraa, F l-G sh, Sirventes, Norwegian Science Fiction, Tenso, Descort, Loa, Comedia, Partimen, Baile, Fin de Fiesta, Celtic Historical Fiction. Excerpt: Romanian science fiction began in the 19th century and gained popularity in Romania during the second half of the 20th century. The Romanian science fiction works have been translated into several foreign languages, like French, English, Italian, Spanish, German, Russian, etc. The country's earliest science fiction story is Al. N. Dariu's Finis Romaniae (1873), an alternate history short story which presents the history of Romania after the sudden death of Carol I and a revolution against the new prince, which declares Romania a republic. The following story was Spiritele anului 3000, a utopia written two years later, in 1875, by a teenager under the pen name "Demetriu G. Ionnescu," who would later become the statesman Take Ionescu. The short story is set in the year 3000, when the earth is populated by humans of small stature who reach maturity by age 15. Politically, the monarchies have been abolished, with all the states being republics and part of a world confederation. Religion and wars have disappeared and Bucharest, a garden city, is the capital of a Romania within its natural (ethnic) borders, following a ruling from a Supreme Tribunal. The first Romanian science fiction works were influenced by Western European literature and especially the "astronom...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 106. Not illustrated. Chapters: Folklore by Nationality, Occitan Literary Genres, Science Fiction by Nationality, Spanish Golden Age Literary Genres, Romanian Science Fiction, Iranian Folklore, Maldivian Folklore, Japanese Science Fiction, Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 106. Not illustrated. Chapters: Folklore by Nationality, Occitan Literary Genres, Science Fiction by Nationality, Spanish Golden Age Literary Genres, Romanian Science Fiction, Iranian Folklore, Maldivian Folklore, Japanese Science Fiction, Bengali Science Fiction, Iranian Folk Music, Maldit-Comiat, Czech Science Fiction and Fantasy, Vida, Caribbean Folklore, Alba, Torneyamen, Pastorela, Gab, Razo, Dansa, Viadeyra, Lhaimagu Faqeeraa, F l-G sh, Sirventes, Norwegian Science Fiction, Tenso, Descort, Loa, Comedia, Partimen, Baile, Fin de Fiesta, Celtic Historical Fiction. Excerpt: Romanian science fiction began in the 19th century and gained popularity in Romania during the second half of the 20th century. The Romanian science fiction works have been translated into several foreign languages, like French, English, Italian, Spanish, German, Russian, etc. The country's earliest science fiction story is Al. N. Dariu's Finis Romaniae (1873), an alternate history short story which presents the history of Romania after the sudden death of Carol I and a revolution against the new prince, which declares Romania a republic. The following story was Spiritele anului 3000, a utopia written two years later, in 1875, by a teenager under the pen name "Demetriu G. Ionnescu," who would later become the statesman Take Ionescu. The short story is set in the year 3000, when the earth is populated by humans of small stature who reach maturity by age 15. Politically, the monarchies have been abolished, with all the states being republics and part of a world confederation. Religion and wars have disappeared and Bucharest, a garden city, is the capital of a Romania within its natural (ethnic) borders, following a ruling from a Supreme Tribunal. The first Romanian science fiction works were influenced by Western European literature and especially the "astronom...

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