„Poslatelnikat“ (1835) by Neofit Bozveli and Emanuil Vaskidovich and their revival messages Cover Image

„Послателникът“ на Неофит Бозвели и Емануил Васкидович и техните възрожденски послания
„Poslatelnikat“ (1835) by Neofit Bozveli and Emanuil Vaskidovich and their revival messages

Author(s): Diana Petrova Ivanova
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Literary Texts, Anthology, Studies of Literature
Published by: Шуменски университет »Епископ Константин Преславски«
Keywords: Bulgarian Revival; Neofit Bozveli; Emanuil Vaskidovich; Slavenobolgarskoe Detevodstvo (1835); book of letters; messages

Summary/Abstract: The article discusses „Poslatelnikat“, the sixth part of the famous encyclopedic edition of „Slavenobolgarskoe Detevodstvo“ by Neofit Bozveli and Emanuil Vaskidovich (Kragujevac, 1835). The study focuses on the views of the two prominent Revival figures, conceptualised in the context of the second quarter of the 19th century - a time of controversy and choices regarding the type of education, upbringing of the younger generation, the nature of literary language and other important issues, which are on the agenda of the Bulgarian intellectuals, associated with the ideas of the European Enlightenment.