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Българската съдба в три разказа на Ангел Каралийчев
Bulgarian fate in three short stories by Angel Karaliichev

Author(s): Tanya Kazandzhieva
Subject(s): History, Language and Literature Studies, Studies of Literature, Recent History (1900 till today), Comparative Linguistics, Bulgarian Literature
Published by: Издателска къща "Гутенберг"
Keywords: literature; Bulgarian literature; literature analyses; Bulgaria; Angel Karaliichev
Summary/Abstract: In this study on Angel Karaliichev literary critic Simeon Soultanov wrote that, in order to illustrate his idea of literature that elevates our souls, Emilian Stanev first listed the names of Vazov and Yovkov, and then added the names of Elin Pelin and Angel Karaliichev. "But what does Bilgarian writes mean?" the critic asks and answers: "the more pottery, baggy trousers and woolly caps there were, the more customs were reproduced, the more a writer was one of the people... Maybe, the aspect of the people lives particularly in the Bulgarian national character, too, has different aspects. Numerous faces." (Султанов: 1987:269). In his three stories published in 'Makedonia' newspaper, Karaliichev drew the painting of the multifaceted life of the exiled Macedonian Bulgarians. Defiled and tortured, denigrated and divided, Macedonia eternally remained of the highest standing in Bulgarian hearts.