Issue 1-2/2008



THE THEME OF THIS ISSUE:

CANADA FAMILIAR AND NOT SO









CONTENTS

CANADA FAMILIAR AND NOT SO

BOIAN VALTCHEV
Canada: The Big Remote Country
age 7
ELISSAVETA BOYADZHIEVA
I Am Canadian: An Apotheosis of Canadian Identity
page 9
RENNIE YOTOVA
Problems of the Identity in the Literature of New France
page 17
DIANA YANKOVA
Languages in Contact: the Canadian Experience
page 25
BOYAN ALEXIEV
The Canadian School of Terminology Priority Topics and Approaches
page 31
ASYA SOTIROVA
Lost World: Legends across the Atlantic
page 37
ALEXANDRA GLAVANAKOVA
Views on Canada from Outside
page 46

Topic continued:
BULGARIAN LANGUAGE IN BOOKS, AT SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY

BOIAN VALTCHEV
Education and Bulgarian Literary Language
page 51
EMILIA PERNISHKA
Language Use in Modern Literary Studies Trends and Consequences
page 55
MARIA POPOVA
Problems on Terms Representation in Textbooks
page 63
MARGARITA DIMITROVA
The Language of High School Textbooks in Science and Social Studies a Linguistic, Normative or Cognitive Problem?
page 69
MARGARITA GEORGIEVA
A New Textbook on Bulgarian Language for the 7th grade
page 83

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ANNA ANGELOVA
We Recommend Hristo Botev about Literary Taste and Books
page 85
KATYA STANEVA
Places, Concepts, Insights (Rhetoric of the Revival and Rhetoric of Today)
page 97
KONSTANTIN POPOV
Panegyric Poem for Patriarch Evtimiy
page 115
SNEZHANA BOYCHEVA
A German Trip to Plovdiv
page 121
WOLF OSCHLIES
A Model Example: German Language Schools in Bulgaria
page 141
ANTOANETA DIMITROVA
Taboo and Tabooed Discourse
page 160
JULIANA STOYANOVA
Telegraphic Speech and Individual Styles in Language Ontogeny
page 178
ELKA DOBREVA
What Is Ageism and Is There Ground for It in 21st Century Bulgarian Media?
page 200
MARGARITA SIMEONOVA
The Literary Language Model in the Handwritten Texts of Stefan Stambolov in the Light of the Then Literary Language practice
page 225
BOIAN VALTCHEV
From the History of the Bulgarian Literary Language to the Theory of the Literary Languages
page 234
PAVLINA KANCHEVA
Lexico-Semantic Relations between the Bulgarian Anatomical Terminology and the General Language Names for Body Parts
page 278
IRINA GEORGIEVA
Semantic Field Time of Day and Night in Bulgarian and Russian Language
page 290
RAYNA HOLANDI
Means of Forming Comparative Phraseological Units
page 298
MARIANA VITANOVA
The Monasteryand the Monks in the Language Picture of Bulgaria
page 308

LITERARY REVIEW

About ( ) by Mihail Videnov page 315
About by Stoyan Zhere page 318
About by Margarita Simeonova page 322
About by Boris Norman page 326
About by Boris Ivanov page 327
About the Medley Bulgarien zwischen Byzanz und dem Westen page 331
About Völkerrechtliche Entwicklung Bulgariens seit dem Berliner Vertrag von 1878 bis zur Gegenwart by Mustafa Medjidin page 338
About the Textbook . by Elena Hadzhieva and Andreana Eftomova page 343

DICTIONARIES, DICTIONARIES

About page 345

IN MEMORIAM

Zhivko Boyadzhiev (19362007)
Vesa Kyuvlieva-Mishaykova (19382007)
Penka Filkova (19282007)
page 347
page 350
page 352

About the Autors