THE ROLE OF THE POEM THE LIFE OF SAINT ALEXIOS THE MAN OF GOD (ЖИТИЕ СВЕТАГО АЛЕКСИЯ ЧЕЛОВЕКА БОЖИЯ) BY KONSTANTIN OGNYANOVICH IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY DEVELOPMENT OF BULGARIAN LITERARY GENRES AND STADARD LANGAUGE NORM
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In this paper, the poem The Life of Saint Alexios the Man of God (Житие светаго Алексия человека божия) (1833) by Konstantin Ognyanovich (1798 – 1858) is analyzed by adopting the methods of diachronic stylistics and pragmatics. Taking into account the analysis of the linguistic and genre characteristics of the poem, I point out some reasons for its recognition as being the first religious Enlightenment poem in the Bulgarian Revival poetry, which was written due the specificities of the Slavo-Bulgarian type of Bulgarian literary language dating back to the first half of the nineteenth century.
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