Odette Arhip, Cristian Arhip, Dissemination of the Archetypal Field of Don Quixote in Camil Petrescu’s Work, ILSHS Volume 21, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 21)
    The study explores the incidence of Don Quixote-archetypal behavior upon the characters of the novels written by the great Romanian inter-war writer Camil Petrescu. The research is conceptually driven type. Recognizable elements of a concept are searched and identified in the fictional pulp and a volatile field is conceptually electrified. The starting premise is that all myths and traditional stories of the world literature embrace widespread and perpetual topics; they break through in all major artistic works. Basically, some of the defining characteristics of Don Quixote are identified in the conduct of Camil Petrescu’s epic heroes: the ideal led to the end; illusory quest for truth, beauty and goodness; self-query; courage despite the unavoidable risk; delight in being defeated, etc. These similarities are supported by examples and arguments.
    Archetype, Don Quixote, Iterature, Myth, Novel