THE IDENTITY BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE IN “SEASONS OF THE SOUL” IN THE POETIC WORLD OF NIKOLAY LILIEV
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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 landmark poems such as “The Silent Spring Rain”, “Morning Light”, “Horizons Overhanging”, as compared to works like “Dawn Came to the Sleepy Gardens”, “The Sky – Insanely Azure”, “I Humbly Walk, I Walk Alone”. I focus on images of rain in the poetry of Geo Milev, Hristo Yasenov and in Bulgarian folk songs.
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