Virgil Ierunca, one top personality of the Romanian exile, died Thursday evening in Paris. He was a well known literary critic, journalist and poet. While in exile he tried to be close to the Romanians abroad, to Romanian intellectuals in particular. He was one of the Free Europe famous voices. He died at 86, after dedicating his entire life to impressing cultural activities. (...) He was a major personality who denounced the Communist experience as instrument for psychological terror. (...) Together with his wife Monica Lovinescu, he tried to keep Romanian values unaltered for more than half a century. (...) (M.A.)