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    • THE SHARED AUTOBIOGRAPHY IN ROMAN POLANSKI’S „THE PIANIST“ (POLANSKI – SPILLMANN – CHOPIN – HOSENFELD) 

      Grigorova, Margreta (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      The text interprets Roman Polanski’s film „The Pianist“ as a „shared autobiography“ (of Spillmann, Chopin, Hosenfeld and Polanski himself) with four synchronized layers of meaning, respectively. The layer which foregrounds ...
    • “SHE BE DEAD:” BLACK FEMALE SUBJECTIVITY IN TONI MORRISON’S HOME 

      Boneva-Kamenova, Bozhidara (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2019)
      Toni Morrison’s Home explores the effect of trauma and abandonment on people’s decisions, life and desire for self-fulfillment and self-actualization. The two focal fields in the novel, army and medical, are subjected to ...
    • SHORT NOTES ON THE BULGARIAN INTERWAR CABARET CULTURE 

      Stoyanova, Nadezhda (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2018)
      The article focuses on the cabaret as a typical topos for European (and Bulgarian) interwar life. The cabaret culture is seen as a combination of specific gestures that present the bacchanalian freedom, the social engagement ...
    • THE SHORT RUSSIAN-BULGARIAN DICTIONARY OF TODOR KODZHOV – AN EXCITING MEETING IN 130-YEARS’S TIME 

      Deleva, Nadezhda (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      The article describes the second printed Russian-Bulgarian Dictionary (1885) in the history of Russian-Bulgarian lexicography. We present its purpose, the selection of vocabulary, the volume and nature of the glossary, the ...
    • A SHORT VIEW OF THE SYBILLA OF ZRINSKI AND ITS PHRASEOLOGY 

      Frančić, Anđela; Petrović, Bernardina (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      Sybilla of Zrinski is a book of divination from Zrinski palace in Čakovec and a very finely illustrated 17th-century Latin manuscript from the 17th century, rendered and remade from the Hungarian. The paper presents an ...
    • SICK BOSNIA BASED ON IVO ANDRIC’S PROSE FICTION WORK 

      Karagyozov, Panayot (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The world of Ivo Andriс’s novels and novellas is dominated by diseases, sick protagonists and colorful monomaniacs. This essay focuses on the exterior circumstances instrumental in the development of the manic disorders ...
    • THE SIGNIFICATIONS OF WAR IN THE NOVEL KAMIKAZE MOZART BY DANIEL DE ROULET 

      Timénova-Koen, Maya (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2016)
      In this article our purpose is to analyze the significations of World War II for the fate of an individual in the novel Kamikaze Mozart by Daniel de Roulet. We refer to the psychological and social reasons of various kinds ...
    • SIN AND ALIENATION (A COMPARATIVE READING OF THE NOVELS DRAGON BY ANTON STRASHIMIROV AND SIN BY GEORGI RAYCHEV) 

      Tochev, Iliya; Точев, Илия (Plovdiv University Press, 2022-05-20)
      This paper aims to show the connection between sin and alienation from existence by analysing two novels: “Zmey” (“Dragon”) by Anton Strashimirov and “Gryah” (“Sin”) by Georgi Raychev. Some of the main characters of ...
    • SITUATIONS OF INTERROGATION IN THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TEXTS OF G. S. RAKOVSKI 

      Anastasova, Iva; Анастасова, Ива (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      This work analyses the situations of interrogation in two of Georgi Rakovski’s autobiographical texts. It examines the genre specifics of both works. Furthermore, it deals with the intricacies of communication, which serve ...
    • SLAVE MENTALITY AND MOTHERHOOD IN TONI MORRISON’S BELOVED 

      Boneva-Kamenova, Bozhidara (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2018)
      In her Pulitzer-Prize winning novel Toni Morrison reflects on the slave past and its effect on future generations, in the process she raises questions concerning female identity, mentality, motherhood, memory, and trauma ...
    • SLAVIC STUDIES IN BULGARIA WITHIN THE FRAMЕWORK OF BOLOGNA PROCESS 

      Mladenova, Margarita (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2013)
      The paper discusses problems of the instruction in Slavic languages and their acquisition during the first decade of the 21st century in connection with the so-called Bologna process. We aim at presenting the experience ...
    • SLAVONIC-BULGARIAN HISTORY OF PAISII HILENDARSKI – MEDIA EFFECTS 

      Lukova, Kalina (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The text is attempts to prove the universal character of „SlavonicBulgarian History“ by examining the media effects in the context of Western European Enlightenment – the period of the beginning of modern printing in Europe. ...
    • SLAVONIC– BULGARIAN HISTORY: A MEDIAEVAL, RENAISSANCE AND ENLIGHTENMENT PIECE 

      Atanasov, Dimitar (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      Studies on „Istoriya slavyanobalgarska“ used to conceptualize it in various ways: it was considered as incept of Bulgarian National Revival; as text, written by representative of the oppressed masses and thus matching the ...
    • SLAVS OR EUROPEANS? A FEW COMMENTS ABOUT THE NAMES GIVEN NOWADAYS IN POLAND 

      Graf, Magdalena (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2018)
      A main theme of the article is the answer of the questions: Is it possible nowadays to talk about Central European identity? and: Where is the place for Poles? Are we a part of a cultural (and naming) community or do we ...
    • SOCIAL SATIRE IN THE COMEDY SOLDADESCA OF TORRES NAHARRO 

      Kirilova, Radoslava (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The purpose of this report is to make an analysis of the Renaissance comedy Soldadesca of the Spanish playwright from the first half of the 16th century. Bartolomé de Torres Naharro. The study is focused on the satirical ...
    • SOCIO-CULTURAL THEORIES ABOUT LANGUAGE ACQUISITION 

      Gotseva, Mariana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2018)
      This article focuses on the socio-cultural nature of the process of language learning / acquisition, as claimed by socio-cultural theories, which see learning as a socially constructed cognitive phenomenon which relies on ...
    • SOME AMERICAN INFLUENCES IN 19th- AND 20th-CENTURY BULGARIAN LITERATURE 

      Adinolfi, Roberto (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      In this paper I will talk about the reception of America and American literature in Bulgaria from the 19th century through till the mid 20th century. My paper does not aim at providing an exhaustive analysis of the subject; ...
    • SOME ASPECTS OF PRAGMATICS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON TRANSLATION 

      Pavlov, Sashko (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2014)
      Some areas of Pragmatics seem to be valid for all (Indo-European) languages (e.g. Implicature and Presupposition), but others, like Deixis and Speech acts are more language-specific and require changes and adjustment in ...
    • SOME CASES OF SYSTEM RELATIONS IN THE BULGARIAN GRAMМATICAL FORMANTS 

      Markova, Diana; Мъркова, Диана (Plovdiv University Press, 2020-10-20)
      The following paper attempts to present some cases of homonymy and synonymy (rarely antonymy and paronymy) in the field of Bulgarian grammatical formants. The aim of this study is to explain these grammatical occurrences ...
    • SOME CORRELATES BETWEEN DIMINUTIVE WORDS IN BULGARIAN, RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH 

      Bagasheva-Koleva, Mariya (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2013)
      The paper deals with diminutiveness and presents an overview of the formation and meaning of diminutive words in Bulgarian and Russian. Based on L. Bossilkov and Ch. Grancharov’s article “On the translation of the diminutive ...