Issue 3–4/2015




THE THEME OF THIS ISSUE:

1945 BULGARIAN
ORTHOGRAPHY STANDARD:
70 YEARS LATER



 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1945 Bulgarian Orthography Standard:
70 Years Later

Boian Valtchev
70 Years: Is It a Long or a Short Period?
pp. 814
From the Archives: Regulation Statute on Orthography (27.02.1945) pp. 15
From the Archives:
Project for Modernisation of the Bulgarian Orthography Standard
pp. 1624
From the Archives:
Alexandar Teodorov-Balan.
The Work of the Seventh Orthography Commision (8.12.1944)
pp. 2562
From the Archives:
Proposal of the General Directorate of Publishing Houses, Printing Industry and Printed Editions Trade (8.11.1950)
pp. 63
From the Archives:
Reference of the Deputy President, Council of Ministers
pp. 64
From the Archives:
Draft-Order on Paper No. 859 of 8.11.1950 (see No. 6824) (27.11.1950)
pp. 65
From the Archives:
Order of the Council of Ministers No. 936-1 of 27.11.1950
pp. 66
From the Archives:
The Council of Ministers to the General Directorate of Publishing Houses
pp. 67
Boian Valtchev
Bulgarian Spelling and the Spelling Dictionaries
pp. 68–93
Petya Osenova
Thoughts on the Weakening of the Grammar Norms
pp. 94–102
Teofana Gaydarova
Parallel Words in the Official Bulgarian Spelling Dictionary
pp. 103–114
Andreana Efftimova
The Tension between Langage Practice and Codification
(Variation of Abstract Noun Plural Forms)
pp. 115–122

The Syntactic Rule
of the Long (Full) and the Short Forms
of the Definite Article in Bulgarian

Boian Valtchev
The Syntactic Rule of the Long (Full) and the Short Forms of the Definite
Article in Bulgarian: An Orthographic Rule, a Grammatical Rule,
or Just an Imagined Rule?
pp. 123–138
Petar Pashov
On the Issue of the Long (Full) and the Short Forms
of the Definite Article in Bulgarian
pp. 139–147
Mihail Videnov
Again on the Long (Full) Form of the Definite Article in Bulgarian
pp. 148–149
Mihail Videnov
Time and Again on the Long (Full) and Short Forms of the Definite Article
pp. 150–152
Stefka Petrova
A Long (Full) Form of the Definite Article, a Short Form
of the Definite Article or…?
pp. 153–158
Irena Vassileva, Elisaveta Boyadzhieva
The Long (Full) Form of the Definite Article – a Measure for Literacy?
pp. 159–168

Book Reviews

More Than a Timely and Useful Book pp. 169–173

Book Reviews

Anna Angelova
180 Years of the Publication of Bulgarian Grammar by Neofit Rilski
pp. 174–181

Comics:
Between Literature and Visual Arts

Antoaneta Alipieva
Comics – Beginning of Bulgarian Critical Reflection?
pp. 182–184
Aleksandar Vachkov
The Comics in Varna (1980–2015)
pp. 185–193
Misha Zaslavskiy
The Graphic Novel N Illustrated by Alex Maleev
pp. 194–196
Mariya Zozikova
The Scriptwriter and the Fiction Writer in the Works of Asen Kozhuharov
pp. 197–209
Anton Staykov
The World Beyond in the Comics Ilijcho, August
and the Seven Dwarfs by Gelevi Brothers
pp. 210–224