STUDIA PHILOLOGICA
“ST. CYRIL AND ST. METHODIUS” UNIVERSITY OF VELIKO TARNOVO - UNIVERSITY PRESS

1944 – 1948 – The Period in Which Bulgarian Literature Began to Speak Another Language (Fragments of Media and Public Discourse)


Authors:
Mihaela Ilieva St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Pages: 34-43
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54664/QFYD4605

Abstract:

The report traces the period 1944 – 1948, during which the war for the freedom and independence of Bulgarian literature was fought. On the one side are the progressive writers from the “Literature Front”, “Otechestven Front” and “Rabotnichesko Delo” newspapers, and on the other - the authors from the opposition “Zname”, “Svoboden Narod” and “Narodno Zemedelsko Zname”. The representatives of the two fronts speak different languages, and gradually the opposition voices are silenced. The official language for the period 1944 – 1989 – the language of socialist realism, was introduced.

Keywords:

Bulgarian literature; the language of socialist realism; oppositional authors.

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