The Black Notebook: The Secret Diary of Iliya Beshkov

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  • Author:  Iliya Beshkov
  • Year: 09-03-2015
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  • Product Code:  1503-01
  • SKU: 24.0018
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-600-0
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The proposed text problematizes the secret diary of the great Bulgarian cartoonist Iliya Beshkov “The Black Notebook”. It examines the collisions “creator-society-authority”, as good as major ideological clashes of this period, which affect on intellectual’s worldview. 

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Iliya Beshkov

Iliya Beshkov

Iliya Beshkov Dunov (1901 - 1958) is one of the most remarkable Bulgarian artists from the first half of the 20th century. He works mainly in the field of visual arts - painting and graphics, but also... Read more

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Tags: Essays,Memoirs,Behind the Scenes,Historical Figures,Memoirs & Documents,Bulgarian History

Year 09-03-2015
Pages 360
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.45 kg
Cover Type Hardcover
Genre Essays, Memoirs, Behind the Scenes, Historical Figures, Memoirs & Documents, Bulgarian History

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