Ekaterina Karavelova-Lora Karavelova: The Cultural-Historic Plot Daughters-Mothers" in Bulgarian Context"
- Author: Vanya Georgieva
- Year: 28-08-2017
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 1971-01
- SKU: 06.0053
- ISBN: 978-619-01-0073-7
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In Bulgarian context, the book is the first attempt to build a holistic scientific narrative in the various aspects of the mothers - daughters" conection. The text summarizes basic feminist theory and criticism regarding maternal-daughter relationships, and women's roles, elections, identity, and creative issues in general.
The work reconstructs the relations between Ekaterina Karavelova and Lora Karavelova, their stories of real personalities and writing women, seeking knowledge and understanding of the specific, single (but also of a typologically significant) female experience of being present in the publicity (and in particular in the literary Publicity), as well as about phenomena and trends in the Bulgarian cultural history in the period after 1878 and the socio-cultural and psychological dimensions of the complex relationship between blood (and not only blood) mothers and daughters.
The study also offers a new look at Yavor's figure - as a developer of the mother-daughter conflict, as "the unfortunate third" in their relationship as "realistic" understood by older Karavelova and "romantically" imagined by the younger.
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|Genre||Literary Criticism, Theory of Literature|