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    • HABITUAL COLLOCATIONS WITH A COMPARATIVE PART THAT DENOTATES UNDOMESTICATED SPECIES IN BULGARIAN AND IN MODERN GREEK 

      Kartalova, Mariyana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2013)
      The subject of research in this article are habitual collocations with the component of a wild animal in two Indo-European languages – Bulgarian and Modern Greek. These phraseological units display the human ability to ...
    • HAMZEVI DERVISHES IN THE NOVELS OF MEŠA SELIMOVIĆ AND DERVIŠ SUŠIĆ 

      Ratkovčić, Rosana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      The foundation of the hamzevi dervish order is connected with Bosnian Hamza Bali Orlović, who was born in the first half of the 16th century, probably in the village of Orlović near Vlasenica, and was executed in 1573 in ...
    • HE WORKS HARD AS A BULGARIAN”. TRACING A PHRASEME IN BOHEMIA (ETHNOGRAPHIC AND LEXICOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVE) 

      Georgieva, Sylvia (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2017)
      The research on Czech-Bulgarian relations has had a strong tradition in both Czech and Bulgarian cultural environment since early 20th century. Historians and also some ethnographers have studied, above all, the strong ...
    • HENRI RAYNAL'S COSMOPHILIA 

      Rogues, Jean-Paul (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2014)
      Henri Raynal's cosmophilia invites us to grasp the Whole/the Universe in all its diversity. Instead of disenchanting the world, science is a way to reach the Marvellous and the Enigma and poetry a form of relationship we ...
    • HISTORY AND SCIENCE IN DANIEL KEHLMANN’S MEASURING THE WORLD 

      Licheva, Amelia (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      One of the most widely acclaimed novels in the first decade of the 21st century is Daniel Kehlman’s Die Vermessung der Welt, which is an attempt at rewriting world history counting on two historical personae, which the ...
    • HISTORY IN THE TEXTS WRITTEN ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL LITERARY CANON 

      Draganova, Tsvetelina (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      This paper takes as a starting point the understanding of the human construct of „history“ as one of key significance in the identity processes (both personal and collective processes) taking into consideration its discoursive ...
    • HISTORY, CULTURE AND TRADITION OF THE JUDEO - SPANISH LANGUAGE THROUGH PROVERBS AND SAYINGS 

      Ciabotaru de Manev, Jessica (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2014)
      Judeo-Spanish sayings and proverbs were born of some experience; they carry a story or explain a tradition. Sometimes you can even create a conversation using only these known phrases. Some of these phraseological units ...
    • HISTORY, MEMORY, PEOPLE: THE HISTORIOGRAPHIC WRITINGS OF PAISII HILENDARSKI AND JOVAN RAICH 

      Zieliński, Boguslaw (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The historiographical works of Paisius of Hilendar История словеноболгарская (1844) and Jovan Rajic Историја разних народов, наипаче Болгар, Хорватов и Сербов (1794 – 1795) constitute fundamental monuments of the national ...
    • HOW ANIMACY ANIMATES GRAMMATICALITY AND L2ACQUISITION 

      Hudousková, Andrea (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The paper focuses on how the semantic category of animacy manifests itself in several fields of Czech grammar and how it may affect learning Czech as a foreign language. So far, animacy in Czech has been viewed as a ...
    • HOW CHRISTOPHER ROBIN BECAME BEBO CHERVENUSHKO: BULGARIAN RECEPTION OF WINNIE THE POOH 

      Pipeva, Maria (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The paper discusses the two Bulgarian translations of A. A. Milne’s Pooh books within their socio-cultural context and in the light of polysystem theory. The 1945 translation was deliberately domesticated and affiliated ...
    • “HOW TO PREVENT WAR“ – THE BATTLE OF FROGS AND SNAKES (BASED ON THE WORKS OF VIRGINIA WOOLF) 

      Andonova, Vanessa; Андонова, Ванеса (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      This paper provides an examination of the relationship between theory and practice. It is based on Virginia Woolf’s theoretical views explicated in two of her essays: “A Room of One's Own” (1929) and its companion piece – ...
    • HOW TO TEACH PLURICENTRIC LANGUAGES 

      Goranova, Slaveya (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2013)
      The present article deals with the problematic nature of teaching a pluricentric language as a foreign language. The article raises the question of whether to teach a single variant, a few variants or even all variants of ...
    • HRISTO NESTOROFF AS A REAL-LIFE FRAMEWORK FOR THE FICTIONAL CHARACTER OF LAPITCH THE APPRENTICE 

      Jurdana, Vjekoslava (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      This paper is an attempt to reconstruct the extra-literary patterns of the fictional character of Lapitch the Apprentice in the novel The Brave Adventures of Lapitch by Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić. The authoress' nephew, at the ...
    • HUMANIZED AND HUMANIZING: NATURE AS A TASK IN ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING’S AURORA LEIGH 

      Rowland, Yana (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2016)
      The aim of the present paper is to explore the role of nature in the emergence of the (artist’s) self as a contract between the internalization of the surrounding reality and the externalization of one’s own private world. ...
    • HUMBLENESS AND PATIENCE IN RUSSIAN HOMILIES FROM THE ХІ – ХІV CENTURIES 

      Krasteva, Maria (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      Humility and patience are the foundation of all Christian virtues; they participate in shaping the image of holiness. The Old Russian hagiography of the 11th– 14th centuries allows tracing the development of the content ...
    • HYPOCORISTIC FORMS OF POLISH MALE COMPLEX FIRST NAMES 

      Chobanov, Ivan (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      Compound personal names are often reduced by their every-day usage. A part of the compound personal names is formed by saving the morpheme border, one of the two components of the composite falls down, the other one is ...
    • IDENTITY AND MARGINALITY IN MON NOM BY EUGÈNE 

      Timenova, Maya (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2012)
      The novel My Name is an egotistical work. The metaphor of the mirror is symbolic in the quest of the self. Desillusioned and lucid about his its marginality, the author–narrator scrutinizes his past. He is writing secretly, ...
    • THE IDENTITY BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE IN “SEASONS OF THE SOUL” IN THE POETIC WORLD OF NIKOLAY LILIEV 

      Bozhinova-Slavcheva, Kaneliya (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
      The purpose of the present paper is to offer an innovative model for summation classes on the initial introduction of eight-graders to Nikolay Liliev’s poetry. I have used the innovative model of analogy in interpreting ...
    • IDIOMATICITY, MOTIVATION AND OPACITY OF THE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS 

      Nenkova, Veselka (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2017)
      In some cases, the figurative motivation may be easily deduced from the transparent meaning of a phraseological unit (PU); however, decoding phraseological units that are completely idiomatic is far more difficult. Setting ...
    • IMAGE AND LIKENESS: (RE-)CREATION OF PAISII IN THE 1930s 

      Ruskov, Ivan (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2013)
      In the present report I review publications from the end of the 1930s and the beginning of the 1940s, in which a Bulgarian patriotic organization initiates the creation of a new image of Paisii Hilendarski. First, it is ...