Anton Holban

Anton Holban (10 February 1902, Huşi – 15 January 1937, Bucharest) was a Romanian novelist. He was the nephew of Eugen Lovinescu.

The son of Gheorghe Holban and Antoaneta Lovinescu, he was a writer, French teacher and theoretician of the novel. He first read fragments of his novels at his uncle's literary club - Sburatorul, and this is considered to be his debut.

Major works


  • Romanul lui Mirel, 1929
  • O moarte care nu dovedeşte nimic, 1931
  • Parada dascălilor, 1932
  • Ioana, 1934
  • Jocurile Daniei (posthumous publication in 1971)

External links

  • The official website of the Lovinescu Family

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