Twisting the Worlds

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The book offers to the readers an introduction to some of the best poems of the great Bulgarian poet Georgi Rupchev. This is a powerful, deep and vibrant poetry collection, which is an invaluable addition to the library of all lovers of good poetry.

About the Author

Georgi Rupchev

Georgi Rupchev

Georgi Kiryazov Rupchev was born on 02.09.1957 in Sofia. He graduated Bulgarian Philology at the Sofia University (1982). Associate of the Institute of Literature at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.... Read more

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Tags: Poetry,Bulgarian Authors

Specification
Year 08-12-2014
Pages 128
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.2 kg
Collection Колекция "Световни поети"
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Poetry, Bulgarian Authors

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