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Ламар в литературните контексти между двете световни войни
Lamar in Literary Contexts between the Two World Wars

Author(s): Tsvetan Rakiovsky
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies, Applied Linguistics, Studies of Literature, Philology, Theory of Literature
Published by: Институт за литература - BAN
Keywords: symbolism; expressionism; intertextuality; literary periodicals

Summary/Abstract: The research subject of the study is the poet Lalio Marinov, who is known by his creative pseudonym Lamar. Attention is focused on his presence in the Bulgarian literary process between the two world wars. Lamar's path in the already formed aesthetic trends of post-war Symbolism and Expressionism is examined. Attention is paid to the traces that imaginism and anarcho-communism leave in his poetry. The more prominent intertextual relationships that took shape in the 1920s are traced. More important are those relations between Lamar, on the one hand, and Geo Milev, Dimitar Hadjiliev, Yassen Valkovski, Ivan Perfanov, on the other. It comments on the changes in imagery and poetic expression that accompanied Lamar and his books, as well as his publications in literary periodicals in the years between the two wars.

  • Issue Year: 66/2023
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 72-109
  • Page Count: 37
  • Language: Bulgarian