“Mihai Eminescu’s Seven Sins” by the writer Martín Cid

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"Mihai Eminescu's Seven Sins" by Martin Cid inspires Isabel del Rio

"Mihai Eminescu's Seven Sins" by Martin Cid inspires Isabel del Rio

The Romanian great poet, Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889), finished his days in a hospital. He had psychological problems, perhaps a depression, and doctors injected him mercury. In that romantic and extreme atmosphere, the phantoms of other previous or future writers: Cervantes, Joyce, Borges, Calderón, Holderlin or the mystic nun Teresa de Jesús enter in their nightmares to built or destroy his life, a life which belonged to Art and Literature.

“Mihai Eminescu’s Seven Sins” is a poetic and plastic novel which inspires Isabel del Rio several paintings that everybody can see these days (August/2009) in Madrid, Espacio Niram (C/Independencia, 2).

"Mihai Eminescu's Seven Sins" by Martin Cid inspires Isabel del Rio

"Mihai Eminescu's Seven Sins" by Martin Cid inspires Isabel del Rio

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