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Bulgarian Novelists: Ivan Vazov, Emiliyan Stanev, Stanislav Stratiev, Viktor Paskov, Stoyan Zagorchinov, Dimitar Dimov, Vladimir Zarev Books LLC

Bulgarian Novelists: Ivan Vazov, Emiliyan Stanev, Stanislav Stratiev, Viktor Paskov, Stoyan Zagorchinov, Dimitar Dimov, Vladimir Zarev

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Published May 30th 2010
ISBN : 9781157399049
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30 pages
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Chapters: Ivan Vazov, Emiliyan Stanev, Stanislav Stratiev, Viktor Paskov, Stoyan Zagorchinov, Dimitar Dimov, Vladimir Zarev, Margarit Abadjiev, Stefan Kisyov. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes aMoreChapters: Ivan Vazov, Emiliyan Stanev, Stanislav Stratiev, Viktor Paskov, Stoyan Zagorchinov, Dimitar Dimov, Vladimir Zarev, Margarit Abadjiev, Stefan Kisyov. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Ivan Minchov Vazov (Bulgarian: ) (June 27, 1850 - September 22, 1921) was a Bulgarian poet, novelist and playwright. He was born in Sopot, a town in the Rose Valley of Bulgaria (then part of the Ottoman Empire). The exact date of Vazovs birth is disputed. His parents, Saba and Mincho Vazov, both had a lot of influence on the young poet. After finishing primary school in Sopot, Mincho sent his son to Kalofer, appointing him assistant teacher. Having done his final exams in Kalofer, the young teacher returned to Sopot to help in his fathers grocery. The next year his father sent him to Plovdiv to Naiden Gerovs school. There Vazov made his first steps as a poet. He returned to Sopot and then went to Oltenia in Romania to study trade despite his lack of interest in it. He was immersed in literature. Soon he left Oltenia and went to Brila where he met Hristo Botev, a Bulgarian revolutionary and poet. From Brila he went to Galai to his uncle where he met Botev again. In 1874 he joined the struggle for his countrys independence from the Ottoman Empire. He returned to Sopot in 1875 where he became a member of the local revolutionary committee. After the failure of the April Uprising of 1876, he had to flee the country, going back to Galai, where most of the surviving revolutionaries were exiled. There he was appointed a secretary of the committee. Vazov was probably heavily influenced by Hristo Botev, who was the ideological leader of the Bulgarian revolutionary movement. He started writing his famous poems with Botev and some other Bulgarian emigrants in Roman...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=41182