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  • Author:  Zmey Goryanin
  • Year: 01-02-2016
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  • Product Code:  1677-01
  • SKU: 08.0056
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-773-1
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With this volume, which includes autobiographical and biographical texts of Svetozar Dimitrov, known to the audience with his pseudonym Zmey Goryanin, the National Literary Museum and the East-West Publishing House are begining their new series "Nezabrava", dedicated to significant names and works of Bulgarian literature, struck by the totalitarian censorship.

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Zmey Goryanin

Zmey Goryanin

Svetozar (Svetlozar) Akendiev Dimitrov, known by the pseudonym Zmey Goryanin, is a Bulgarian writer. Born January 11, 1905 in Rousse. He comes from a clerical family. Graduated from high school in his... Read more

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Tags: Biographies & Autobiographies,Bulgarian Authors,Theory of Literature,Memoirs

Year 01-02-2016
Pages 304
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.45 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Biographies & Autobiographies, Bulgarian Authors, Theory of Literature, Memoirs

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