Issue 3–4/2016




THE THEME OF THIS ISSUE:

QUARTER OF CENTURY
IN THE MOST RECENT HISTORY
OF MODERN BULGARIAN LITERATURE



 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quarter of Century in the Most Recent History
of Modern Bulgarian Literature

Boian Valtchev
Bulgarian Literature in the Last 25 Years
pp. 8–9
Gergina Krysteva
Favorite Contemporary Bulgarian Authors and Books:
Reading, reception, literary competitions. A Survey.
pp. 10–16
Albena Vacheva
Constructing the Past: Bulgarian Memoir Literature of the Post-Socialist Period
pp. 17–42
Nikolay Aretov
The Wind of Change, Where Did It Blow? The xplosion of the opular Genres
pp. 43–73
Kamen Rikev
The Heights by Milen Ruskov in Contemporary Bulgarian Literary Discourse
pp. 74–88
Vladimir Donev
The Epic Approach in the Novel Refugees by Vesela Lyahova
pp. 89–101
Vihren Chernokozhev
Identity and Assimilation Is the so-clled “Revival Process”
during the 1970’s – 1980’s a taboo for the newest Bulgarian literature?
pp. 102–112
Neli Ilieva
The Hospitality of Literature
What, How and Why Do Bulgarian Actors and Directors Write?
pp. 113–137
Amelia Licheva
Literary Theory in the New Century
pp. 138–143

A Century without Dimcho Debelyanov

Ivan Radev
The Posthumous Being of the Poet in the Letters of Debelyanov’s Family
pp. 144–161
Ivan Radev
Dimcho Debelyanov and the Novel Thus Spoke Zarathustra
pp. 162–179
Raina Toteva
Dimcho Debelyanov’s Love
pp. 180–205

Bibliophily

Anna Angelova
The Earliest Copy of Pencho Slaveykov’s Song of Blood (‘Krvava pesen’)
pp. 206–209

Book Reviews

Panayot Karagyozov
Rhetorics of Memory and Messages
pp. 210–212
Stefka Petrova
Any Future Studies of Peyo Yvorov Will Demand This Book
pp. 212–214
Plamen Shulikov
“With Russia in the Heart”– Festive Glorification
pp. 214–222
Desislava Nedelcheva
Earnestly and Yet Humorously about the Silent Lyrics
pp. 223–226
Boian Valtchev
With Care for the Education in Bulgarian Language and Literature
pp. 226–228
Marina Vladeva
Leo Tolstoy’s Studies in Bulgaria: Resurrections, Reconstructions and Cataloguing
pp. 229–230
Raina Kamberova
Short Thematic Dictionary: Bulgarian, Czech, Polish, and Ukrainian
pp. 230–231

Chronicles

Neli Vasileva
Traditional International Slavistic Forum in Vilnius
pp. 232–233
Boian Valtchev
The 14th Artur Lundkvist Award for Achievements in Literature
pp. 234–235

In memoriam

Angelina Mincheva (1933–2016) pp. 236–239

Our authors

Our authors pp. 240