Waiting for the Dawn: Mircea Eliade in Perspective
David Carrasco, Jane Marie Law
University Press of Colorado, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 173 pages
First published in 1991,Waiting for the Dawnis the result of a year-long interdisciplinary study of Mircea Eliade's scholarly, literary, and autobiographical works which took place at the University of Colorado in 1982. With a new preface by Davíd Carrasco that takes into account recent developments in Eliade scholarship, this important work is now back in print at a time of renewed interest in Eliade thanks to Francis Ford Coppola's screen adaptationYouth without Youth(2007).
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