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Mihai Rădulescu (Romanian pronunciation: [miˈhaj rəduˈlesku]; May 15, 1936 in Bucharest – January 20, 2009 in Bucharest) was a Romanian novelist, poet, historian and art critic. In November 1956, while he was a second year student at the School of English Studies, Department of Letters, University of Bucharest, he was arrested for participating in a political protest, and sentenced to 4 years of imprisonment, which he spent at Jilava, Gherla, Periprava, Salcia and . In 1963, he restarted his studies, graduating from the same School of English Studies of the University of Bucharest. He then became a high school teacher, a junior lecturer at his alma mater, and, from 1979 a lecturer in English and French at the Theological Institute in Bucharest.

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  • Mihai Rădulescu (Romanian pronunciation: [miˈhaj rəduˈlesku]; May 15, 1936 in Bucharest – January 20, 2009 in Bucharest) was a Romanian novelist, poet, historian and art critic. In November 1956, while he was a second year student at the School of English Studies, Department of Letters, University of Bucharest, he was arrested for participating in a political protest, and sentenced to 4 years of imprisonment, which he spent at Jilava, Gherla, Periprava, Salcia and . In 1963, he restarted his studies, graduating from the same School of English Studies of the University of Bucharest. He then became a high school teacher, a junior lecturer at his alma mater, and, from 1979 a lecturer in English and French at the Theological Institute in Bucharest.
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  • Mihai Rădulescu (Romanian pronunciation: [miˈhaj rəduˈlesku]; May 15, 1936 in Bucharest – January 20, 2009 in Bucharest) was a Romanian novelist, poet, historian and art critic. In November 1956, while he was a second year student at the School of English Studies, Department of Letters, University of Bucharest, he was arrested for participating in a political protest, and sentenced to 4 years of imprisonment, which he spent at Jilava, Gherla, Periprava, Salcia and . In 1963, he restarted his studies, graduating from the same School of English Studies of the University of Bucharest. He then became a high school teacher, a junior lecturer at his alma mater, and, from 1979 a lecturer in English and French at the Theological Institute in Bucharest. After the Romanian Revolution of 1989, he started the publishing company "Ramida".
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