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    • ON THE IRISH VARIETY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 

      Mitarcheva, Irina; Митърчева, Ирина (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The article traces the development of the English language in Ireland, both North and South. It offers an overview of the history and the present-day forms of the Irish variety of English. The nature of the interference ...
    • UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS IN BULGARIAN AND MODERN GREEK (AN ATTEMPT AT SYSTEMATIZATION) 

      Zlateva, Petya; Златева, Петя (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The present study examines uncountable nouns in Bulgarian and their translation analogues in Modern Greek. For more clarity on similarities and differences, there are tables which systemize the information included in this ...
    • THOMAS WOLFE REIMAGINED: EXISTENTIAL THEMES AND MOTIFS IN HIS WORKS 

      Kamenov, Daniel; Каменов, Даниел (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      There is considerable dispute over Thomas Wolfe’s place in the context of American literature. Many consider his autobiographical prose shallow and his genius superficial, while others think he is a worthy contender for ...
    • PARADISE OR WAR: WOMANHOOD IN TONI MORRISON’S PARADISE 

      Boneva, Bozhidara; Бонева, Божидара (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      Toni Morrison’s novel Paradise completes her acclaimed trilogy, which traces the experiences of African-Americans through significant historical times. The novel documents the attempts of a community to lay the foundations ...
    • ALEKO KONSTANTINOV IN THE YEAR 1897 AND THE IDEAL OF BULGARIAN UNION 

      Tobieva, Ana; Тобиева, Ана (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      This article deals with Aleko Konstantinov, known for participating in a number of public initiatives, and, more specifically, with his position on current political events of 1897. Several texts are analysed, in which the ...
    • ST. BARBARA – A CHRISTIAN CULT AND FOLK PRACTICES 

      Kostova, Plamena; Костова, Пламена (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The present study deals with the cult of St. Barbara: it traces how the information from the hagiographic narrative reflects legendary ideas and motifs, and how it influences people's ideas and practices. For a better ...
    • THE VIRTUAL BODY AND POWER RELATIONS IN THE WORKS OF ERNEST CLINE AND SERGEI LUKYANENKO 

      Genov, Nikolay; Генов, Николай (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The paper delves into the power relations regarding the virtual body in the works of renowned sci-fi authors Sergei Lukyanenko and Ernest Cline. It explores the concepts of economical dependency, state and corporative power ...
    • ANTHOLOGIES OF FANTASTIC PROSE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CROATIAN ANTHOLOGICAL TRADITION 

      Krachmarova, Simona; Кръчмарова, Симона (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      This article deals with anthologies of Croatian literature, particularly with fantastic prose anthologies. The main aim of the article is to differentiate the types of fantastic prose models, to analyze the selection and ...
    • STEVEN MONTE’S CONCEPT OF THE GENRE OF THE PROSE POEM 

      Hristov, Aleksandar; Христов, Александър (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The present article aims to discuss the elusive genre of the prose poem, bringing into focus Steven Monte’s Invisible Fences: Prose Poetry as a Genre in French and American Literature (2000). By making comparisons between ...
    • 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 ...
    • THE JEDWABNE TRAUMA IN TADEUSZ SŁOBODZIANEK’S “OUR CLASS“ 

      Yanev, Kristiyan; Янев, Кристиян (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The paper is focused on the artistic works inspired by the recent public debates in Poland regarding the country’s past and the difficult Polish-Jewish relations during the World War II, which were initiated by the ...
    • FROM DALCHEV TO HÖLDERLIN: THE FIGURE OF DALCHEV IN BORIANA KATSARSKA’S “ANOTHER NAME” AND IN MIGLENA NIKOLCHINA’S “SORROW A LA DALCHEV” 

      Zemyarska, Francheska; Земярска, Франческа (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The paper is focused on the reception of Dalchev by the poetical books of Miglena Nikolchina, “Sorrow a la Dalchev” (1994) and Boriana Katsarska, “Other Name” (1991). Both poets address the figure of Dalchev but from a ...
    • CHARACTER PATTERNS AND CHARACTER CONSTRUCTS IN EMILIA DVORYANOVA’S AND VALERI STEFANOV’S NOVELS 

      Garkova, Zornitsa; Гъркова, Зорница (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The article offers a new approach to the characters in Emilia Dvoryanova’s and Valeri Stefanov’s novels by outlining the way these characters are constructed. Since the two writers are part of today’s literary context and ...
    • PENYO PENEV AND DIMITROVGRAD – A COMBINED MYTHICAL PAST 

      Mincheva, Milena; Минчева, Милена (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      In this paper the author examines the mythological aspects of the city of Dimitrovgrad and the figure of the poet Penyo Penev, the genealogy and development of these myths, as well as their continuous presence in modern ...
    • THE MACHINE AND THE OCEAN: THE IMAGE OF THE TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP IN BULGARIAN TRAVELOGUES FROM THE 1920S AND 1930S 

      Ruseva, Maria; Русева, Мария (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The paper focuses on the image of the transatlantic steamship presented in Bulgarian travelogues, which were published in the 1920s and 1930s and which narrated the journey to North and South America. The steamship is seen ...
    • JUDGES AND DEFENDANTS IN ANGEL IGOV'S NOVEL “KROTKITE” (“THE MEEK”) 

      Marinova, Dora; Маринова, Дора (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The task of this text is to track how the novel “Krotkite” (“The Meek”) by Angel Igov presents one of the most emblematic images connected with the processes that began in Bulgaria following September 9th, 1944 – the ...
    • TIME, LITERATURE, NORMS IN THE TALES OF G. P. STAMATOV AND MARIA GRUBESHLIEVA 

      Hincheva, Vera; Хинчева, Вера (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The study compares Georgi Stamatov’s and Maria Grubeshlieva’s works from the 40s of the 20th century. It examines the male and female attitude towards the tragic phenomenon of prostitution. The fate of the fallen woman is ...
    • THE „LYRICAL“ MEMOIRS OF DORA GABE – MEMORY AND OBLIVION 

      Kashilska, Teodora; Кашилска, Теодора (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The research examines Dora Gabe’s memoirs, dedicated to various renown Bulgarian writers. The text follows the publishing chronology of the memoirs and that enables us to highlight the periods, during which Dora Gabe created ...
    • MANAGING NEOLOGISMS AND POLYSEMY IN BULGARIAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ENGLISH 

      Kumcheva, Elizabet (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The following paper is focused on basic linguistic changes which have occurred in the Bulgarian language due to borrowings from English. Certain instances of language contact in the past couple of decades have brought forth ...
    • MODERN TECHNOLOGIES AS A MEANS OF READING COMPREHENSION TRAINING 

      Marinova, Tsanka; Маринова, Цанка (Plovdiv University Press, 2019-05-31)
      The report examines the development of modern technology as a tool for reading comprehension. The main stages of the lesson are given, and the application of information and communication in the different components of the ...