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    • THE ISSUE OF THE LEXICAL CONCEPT IN LINGUISTIC LITERATURE 

      Vihrogonova, Hristina; Вихрогонова, Христина (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      This article discusses the different definitions of the term CONCEPT in Russian and American linguistic literature. Presented are the scientific opinions of the Russian linguists Sternin and Popova on the structure and ...
    • THE ITALIAN BOOK THEATRUM POLITICUM BY AMBROGIO MARLIANI AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH SOPHRONIUS' TRANSLATED WORKS GRAŽDANSKOE POZORIŠTE AND FILOSOFSKIJA MUDROSTI 

      Adinolfi, Roberto (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2014)
      The book Theatrum politicum, by the Italian clergyman Ambrogio Marliani, printed for the first time in 1621, was later translated in several languages, including Greek. The Greek translation modifies the original in some ...
    • IVAN EVSTRATIEV GESHOV IN THE ARCHIVES OF THE REGIONAL HISTORICAL MUSEUM IN PLOVDIV 

      Kurshumova, Mariana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The object of the research are a series of hand written notes from the archive of the bank-trade house “Bratia Iv. Geshovi“ which is found in The Regional Museum of History in Plovdiv. The language parameters are being ...
    • IVAN VAZOV ABOUT THE THEATER. THE WRITER`S ATTEMPTS AT DRAMA DURING HIS PLOVDIV PERIOD 

      Patova, Nikoleta (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2019)
      This text covers Ivan Vazov's efforts to create and establish the Bulgarian theatrical scene as a national cultural institution. His social, critical and literary work in that regard began during his time as a writer in ...
    • IVO ANDRIC AS A HISTORIAN AND HIS CONCEPTION OF ISLAMIC INFLUENCE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 

      Mastilovic, Draga (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      Andriс’s perception of Islam in Bosnia and Herzegovina in his literary works is widely known, accepted and disputed. However, it is less known that such understanding of Islam was not the consequence of writer’s imagination, ...
    • IVO ANDRIC IN THE THEATRE AND ABOUT THE THEATRE 

      Brdjanin, Branko (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      It is widely known that Ivo Andric often hesitated and rejected to give his consent to the “dramatization” of his prose texts, and he objected even more to their scene and television performance and film or television ...
    • IVO ANDRIC'S LITERARY WORK AS THE SUBTEXT OF BRANKO BRDJANIN BRAJOVIC’S NOVEL SILA 

      Radovic, Marijana; Przulj, Zeljka (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The paper researches relations between the author of the novel Sila (Albatross Library, FilipVišnjić, Belgrade 2010), Branko Brdjanin Bajovic, and Ivo Andric’s literary work. The direct relation can be detected in the essay ...
    • IVO ANDRIC'S ORPHEUS-LIKE JOURNEY IN HOUSE IN ISOLATION 

      Milovanovic, Ana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      Jung makes a distinction between two types of art. The first type is manifested by a conscious intention: the epitome of ideas and meanings. There is also this other type of work resulting from the creative process, which ...
    • JANE AUSTEN AND TRANSLATABILITY: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE ILLUSTRATED 

      Kostadinova, Vitana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The text traces several definitions of “translatability” as a concept, drawing upon Walter Benjamin, Wolfgang Iser, Jacques Derrida, and Mary SnellHornby, in order to focus on the intersemiotic translation Jane Austen’s ...
    • JANE AUSTEN’S FREE INDIRECT DISCOURSE IN BULGARIAN TRANSLATION: SENSE AND SENSIBILITY AND EMMA 

      Kostadinova, Vitana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2016)
      This essay discusses the Bulgarian translations of free indirect discourse in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility and Emma. The author’s use of hybrid FID, with quotation marks but in the third person, seems to be often ...
    • THE JEDWABNE TRAUMA IN TADEUSZ SŁOBODZIANEK’S “OUR CLASS“ 

      Yanev, Kristiyan; Янев, Кристиян (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The paper is focused on the artistic works inspired by the recent public debates in Poland regarding the country’s past and the difficult Polish-Jewish relations during the World War II, which were initiated by the ...
    • JOHN MILTON AND HIS COSMOGONY ON THE ORIGIN OF THE UNIVERSE 

      García, Pilar (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      Heir to the poetic age, John Milton introduces us in Paradise Lost to the symbolic dichotomy between Light and Darkness. This same cosmogonic configuration is manifested as a metaphoric epiphany in the peotry of Charles ...
    • JUDEO-SPANISH CULTURE 

      Ciabotaru De Manev, Jessica (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The purpose of the paper is to try to understand the pre-15th century Judeo-Spanish culture, and why it can be considered as such. It is focused on the history, the language, their origins and the influence from other ...
    • JUDGES AND DEFENDANTS IN ANGEL IGOV'S NOVEL “KROTKITE” (“THE MEEK”) 

      Marinova, Dora; Маринова, Дора (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The task of this text is to track how the novel “Krotkite” (“The Meek”) by Angel Igov presents one of the most emblematic images connected with the processes that began in Bulgaria following September 9th, 1944 – the ...
    • JULES VERNE: MAGIC AND LEGEND 

      Barbosa, Lourdes (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      The Castle of Carpathians is a romantic novel pervaded by the semantics of the nocturnal light in darkness. Based on general topics, legends, superstitions and enchantments, it becomes a beautiful story of vampires. In the ...
    • JULIAN PRZYBOŚ AND POLISH-SLAVONIC LITERARY TIES 

      Kwiatkowska, Agnieszka (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2018)
      Julian Przyboś is an outstanding 20th-century Polish poet. He made his debut in the interwar period. During that time, he became a member of the Cracow Avant-garde, collaborated with Tadeusz Peiper and Władysław Strzemiński. ...
    • „KNOW THY LANGUAGE…“ ON THE RESPONSIBILITY OF SCHOOL TODAY, WHEN „THERE SURGES THE VARIETY OF HOMO SAPIENS“ 

      Danyanova, Adriana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      Making an abstract of Nicholas Carr’s book „The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains“, this text suggests policies (in language and literature education) for resistance to „dis-education of homo sapiens“ which ...
    • KNOWLEDGE AND DEVIATION: THE SCIENCE FICTION GERNRE BETWEEN SCIENCE AND LITERATURE 

      Borisova, Elena; Yankova, Reni (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2019)
      To what extent does science modify science fiction and can this genre justify its name? What is the role of the imagination in the construction of creative impulses, in fusing the scientific achievements of reality with ...
    • LA RENCONTRE DES REALITES DANS LES ROMANS MAUSOLEE DE ROUJA LAZAROVA ET PRAGUE D’ÉTIENNE BARILIER 

      Timénova, Maya (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2011)
      In the present research, we propose to study fragments of communist reality through two optics: the look of the ‘inside’ (Mausoleum) and the look of the ‘outside’ (Prague). The first is the look of the actor of events who ...
    • LA SYLLABATION AUTOMATIQUE DE SÉQUENCES PHONÉMIQUES EN ANGLAIS – ALGORITHME, APPLICATIONS ET OUTILS 

      Nikolov, Roussi (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2011)
      The presented new algorithm of automatic syllabification allows insertion of dots as syllable boundaries in phoneme sequences in English, in strict accordance with the rules applied, for example, in the Cambridge Advanced ...