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In the poems of Teodor Duna, cataphasia, a mental disorder that disrupts the train of thought and language, plays an important role

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Teodor Duna (b. 1981, Tâncăbești, Ilfov) graduated the Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest. He is the author of several collections of poems: train of 31 february (2002, Mihai Eminescu National Award, Opera Prima, Botoșani), cataphasis (2005), playing alive (2010), Der lärm des fleisches (anthology translated by Georg Aescht, Germany, 2012), human objects (2015, which received the Poetry Book of the Year for 2015, Young Writers’ Gala), and kirilă (2017). In 2010, he was the recipient of a residential fellowship awarded by Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany. Selections of his poetry have been translated into French, English, Swedish, Spanish, Bulgarian, and Hungarian.

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