In the second half of the nineteenth century, the improvement in the living standards of the middle bourgeoisie opened up an appetite for entertainment and recreation. In this context, we can witness in Europe the outstanding development of the entertainment consumer.
On September 3, 1903, Caragiale1, the greatest Romanian writer of the moment, set foot unannounced in Cluj. It was a secret, exploratory visit that would finalize his attempts, dating back to 1891, to settle in Transylvania in a voluntary, desired exile.
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