Issue 3–4/2019



THE THEME OF THIS ISSUE:

The Litertures
of Our Neighbours







CONTENTS

Boian Valtchev
The literatures of our neighbors
pp. 8
Kamen Rikev
TOWARDS A POSSIBLE HISTORY OF BALKAN LITERATURES
pp. 924
Mircea Cărtărescu
THE DEAD CAT OF ROMANIAN PRESENT-DAY POETRY
pp. 2529
Doris Mironescu
TRAVELLERS, VISIONARIES, STIGMAS: ROMANIAN LITERATURE IN THE TRANSNATIONAL AGE
pp. 3039
Ioana Bot
THE NATIONAL POET FROM ROMANTIC IMAGE TO MODERN CULTURAL MYTH. The Case of the Romanian Poet Mihai Eminescu
pp.4049
Yoana Slavcheva
THE ROMANIAN WRITER ALEXANDRU IVASIUC AND HIS NOVEL ANTI-UTOPIA THE CRAB
pp. 5057
Lora Nenkovska
MAX BLECHER AND HIS EXERCISES IN RECREATING THE IRREALITY
pp. 5862
Mihajlo Pantić
THE NEW FACE OF SERBIAN LITERATURE
pp. 6370
Bojan Čolak
TRAUMA AND NARRATIVE: OTTO HORVATS NOVEL SABO JE STAO
pp. 7183
Vladan Bajčeta
WRITING IS LIFE IS WRITING. The Prose by Srđan Valjarević
pp. 84101
Elena Azmanova-Rudarska
THE IMAGES OF SLAVIC ENLIGHTENERS IN MACEDONIAN LITERATURE: POETICAL PALIMPSEST AND LITERARY CULT
pp. 102117
Panayot Karagyozov
LOVE, SEX AND POLITICS IN THE TIME OF THE BREAKUP
pp. 118126
Neli Popova
PRESENCE AND MANIFESTATIONS OF POSTMODERNISM IN MODERN GREEK LITERATURE
pp. 127142
Mariya Hristova
THE NOVELS OF AWAKENING THE LITERARY MONOMYTH
pp. 143155
Huseyin Mevsim
THE AVALANCHE THAT IS NOT ONLY A NATURAL PHENOMENON OR ABOUT A PLAY BY THE TURKISH PLAYWRIGHT TUNCER CÜCENOĞLU
pp. 156168
Elia Marinova
THE VERB CATEGORIES IN THE TWO GREEK GRAMMARS OF EMMANUIL VASKIDOVICH
pp. 169186
Ivan I. Iliev
THE CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE RUSSIAN JESUITS IVAN GAGARIN AND IVAN MARTINOV ON THE BACKGROUND OF EARLY SLAVIC STUDIES IN THE 19TH CENTURY
pp. 187208
Iliyana Garavalova
ANALYSIS OF THE MAPS IN THE EUROPEAN LINGUISTIC ATLAS, DEDICATED TO THE BULGARIAN DIALECTAL DESIGNATIONS OF THE RAINBOW
pp. 209219
Lyubka Lipcheva-Prandzheva
MATRYOSHKA DOLLS BULGARIAN STYLECensorship and Censors during the Transition to the 1960s
pp. 220233

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