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A Prestigious Academic Teacher, Professor George SORESCU, the Mentor of his Little Brother, the Poet and Playwright Marin SORESCU

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As we remembered on another occasion, in the opinion of Dr. Tudorita ALBU, education means life and civilization transmission, it is how to be prepared for tomorrow, is learning from heart to heart to know how to grow your own flower, the School being the one that provides you with the necessary cultivation, and ensure the nation’s upbringing. School remains the place where each generation will pass on its values. Dr. Tudorita ALBU advocates for promoting both the universal values (love, integrity, justice, support and respect relationships), and national ones (the passion for the recovery of these values and promoting the authentic being obvious). That is why it is our honor to share with our Readers her thoughts about a great Teacher, Dr. Tudorita ALBU being deeply grateful to have known such a unique person like Professor George SORESCU, and the Mentor of his little brother Marin SORESCU (the little brother being: a valuable Romanian poet and playwright, recipient of the International Herder Prize, granted by the University of Vienna in 1991 for his entire activity; nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1996, when he died at age 60 from a heart attack).

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  • ALBU, Tudorita, 2020. "A Prestigious Academic Teacher, Professor George SORESCU, the Mentor of his Little Brother, the Poet and Playwright Marin SORESCU," Romanian Distribution Committee Magazine, Romanian Distribution Committee, vol. 11(2), pages 76-85, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:rdc:journl:v:11:y:2020:i:2:p:76-85
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