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Constantin Virgil Gheorghiu

Romanian writer

1916   -   1992

country of citizenship: Romania, France
languages spoken, written or signed: Romanian, French
educated at: Heidelberg University, University of Bucharest
occupation: diplomat, novelist, writer, Eastern Orthodox priest

Constantin Virgil Gheorghiu (Romanian pronunciation: [konstanˈtin virˈdʒil ɡe̯orˈɡi.u]; September 15, 1916 in Războieni, Romania – June 22, 1992 in Paris, France) was a Romanian writer, best known for his 1949 novel, The 25th Hour, first published by Plon in France.
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