MODELS OF LITERARY AND JOURNALISTIC SANCTIONS DURING THE REVIVAL PERIOD IN THE JOURNALISTIC PRACTICE OF PETKO SLAVEYKOV
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The study is an attempt to frame some of the particularities of the Bulgarian national character as a model which could offer possible answers to questions that have been of durable interest to researchers. These questions are related to the emblems of the 19th century but they also point us in the direction of tracing the possibilities of/for literary and journalistic sanctions in the Revival-period press. If the periodical press can throw light on some of the deep processes that led to the formation of national ideological matrices in the 19th century, then the choice of Petko Slaveykov’s journalistic practice presents one of the most fruitful terrains for observing such phenomena, most notably in their regional (local) manifestations with us, Bulgarians.
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