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Тhe Pathology of the Native in Stanislav Stratiev’s Play “Balkan Syndrome”


Authors:
Iliyana Dimitrova St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo

Pages: 89-96
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54664/MALH6794

Abstract:

This study examines some identity changes in the models of Bulgarian essence from the second half of the 1980’s. Stanislav Stratiev’s play, titled “Balkan Syndrome”, artistically reflects the political and the social processes at the level of the dramatic language. The transformations that have embraced the person’s and society’s spirit and body can be found in the displacement of the character from the social roles, in the bureaucratization and everydayization of the dramatic conflict, in the removal of the boundaries between the high and the low, the intimate and the public, the past and the future.

Keywords:

‘Balkan Syndrome’; Stanislav Stratiev; the native; identity, models of communications; dramatic language

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