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Dimitrie Bolintineanu (1819?–1872)

Bolintineanu, Dimitrie (bō-lēn-tē-nā-än’). A Romanian poet; born at Bolintina in Wallachia, 1819?; died on Sept. 1, 1872. He is widely known for the beauty of the stanzas comprising his earliest collected verse, ‘Songs and Plaints.’ He wrote also a successful novel, ‘Helena,’ and an epic poem, ‘The Trajanid,’ besides Romanian ballads and the philosophical epic of ‘Manoïl.’