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Ernesto de Martino: The End of the World a Parallel Between Italian and Romanian Folklore
ABSTRACT: Within his own cultural era, Ernesto de Martino stands out as an illustrious ethnologist, by virtue of his capacity to emphasize and express inherent qualities possessed. As a history researcher regarding humankind's fathom origins from the farthest lands, de Martino was also an interpreter of the contemporary society, portrayed by suffering. The laborious commitment Ernesto De Martino shows throughout his literary activity during the '50s has an extremely vital role in anthropologydoi:10.5281/zenodo.3909960 fatcat:tmwq6ndavresjosj4xlmzt43me