Issue 3-4/2011



THE THEME OF THIS ISSUE:

HUNGARIAN STUDIES IN BULGARIA, BULGARIAN STUDIES IN HUNGARY






CONTENTS


Imre H. Toth
The Polychron Monastery on Mount Olympus and Slavic Literacy
pp. 8
Valerij Lepahin
Saint John of Rila in the Sermon of Saint John of Kronstadt
pp. 15
Elvira Katus
The History of Bulgarian Studies at Eötvös Lorand University in Budapest
pp. 24
Gábor L. Balázs
Some Theoretical Problems of Bulgarian Historical Morphology
pp. 30
Ina Vishogradska
Consonant Clusters in Bulgarian, Hungarian and English in Word-Initial Prevocalic Position
pp. 40
Krisztina Menyhárt
Certain Aspects of Bilingualism in Hungarian-Bulgarian Bilingual Children
pp. 51
Savelina Banova
A Contrastive Analysis of Determination in Bulgarian and Hungarian in the Context of Bulgarian Language Acquisition by Hungarians
pp. 65
Maria Zhereva
Emotional-Expressive Substitutes for Affirmation and Negation in Colloquial Bulgarian
pp. 77
Mária Dudás
The Grammatical Characteristics of Titles of Novels in the New Bulgarian Literature
pp. 82
Jonka Najdenova
On Historical Specifics in Literary Translation (on the Example of the Modern Poerty of Endre Ady)
pp. 89
Gyorgy Szondy
Circular Angles
pp. 111
Mónika Farkas Baráthi
Translation and Reception of Contemporary Serbian and Bulgarian Literature in Hungary
pp. 120
Chavdar Dobrev
The Comedian and The Jester – Two Emblems of the Broken World (on the Dramaturgy of Milán Füst)
pp. 126
László Bedecs
The Power of Context (The Literary Space in Hungary during the 1990s)
pp. 133
Lilyana Lesnichkova
The Ideas of the Enlightenment and the Hungarian Language Modernization
pp. 140
Penka Peykovska
Scholarly Contacts between the Hungarian and Bulgarian Linguists in the Second Half of the 19th and the First Decades of the 20th Century
pp. 151
Veneta Yankova
Cuman Relics in Contemporary Hungary
pp. 169
Dzheni Madzharov
On the Translation of the Name Sharkoliya in Hungarian
pp. 186
Csaba Sarnyai
Apropos of Bulgarian Folk Demonology: The Dragon-Lover
pp. 197

ANNIVERSARIES

Imre H. Toth –
Invaluable Contribution to the Bulgarian Studies
Maria Zhereva
pp. 208

BOOK REVIEWS

Simeon Hadzhikosev
on Унгарските реалии в контекста на културния трансфер by Jonka Najdenova
pp. 210
Georgi Tsankov
on Преводът и унгарската култура
pp. 215
Tosho Donchev
on Обществени и религиозни връзки между Унгария и Балканите (Сборник по случай 1100-годишнината от смъртта на свети Наум Охридски)
pp. 220

IN MEMORIAM

Marta Bur-Markovska pp. 223

OUR AUTHORS

pp. 226