The Milanese gallery Zero was showing just one piece by a Rumanian artist, Victor Man.
Thus far the Rumanian story, which, however, requires completion.
First short story printed at the age of twelve in a Rumanian magazine.
We must tread in the path opened to us by the late King Carol and the great Rumanian statesmen.
She was just about to try on a green-velvet Rumanian bodice when she turned in alarm.
For years Germany had tried to get control of the Rumanian oilfields.
At last he was introduced to the Rumanian Jewess he had so much admired.
But the fragmentary Albanian tale is fully set out here in the Rumanian version about the creation of the wolf, Nos. 7, 8, 9.
English is typical in that respect in the west, and Rumanian in the east of Europe.
It has also lost the futurum exactum, or perfect subjunctive, which is found in Spanish and Rumanian.