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Datskata Literatura v B_lgarija – Edin Vek O_arovanie / Danish Literature in Bulgaria – One Century of Enchantment. Proceedings from the Bulgarian-Danish Conference Held at "St. Kliment Ohridski"University of Sofia (October 18th-20th 2000)

Mihaylova, Nadezhda(red.), Datskata Literatura v B_lgarija – Edin Vek O_arovanie / Danish Literature in Bulgaria – One Century of Enchantment. Proceedings from the Bulgarian-Danish Conference Held at "St. Kliment Ohridski"University of Sofia (October 18th-20th 2000). University of Sofia, Sofia 2002. 270 pp. – Heri bl.a.: "Hans Christian Andersen", pp. 25-111: Johan de Mylius, "The Unknown Hans Christian Andersen – Storyteller and Poet, also for Adults", pp. 27-36; *Gueorgui Konstantinov, "On Hans Christian Andersen", pp. 37-40; *Bogomil Nonev, "Svetoslav Minkov. The Translator of Hans Christian Andersen in Bulgaria. A Portrait", pp. 41-49; *Elena Furnadzieva, "Translations and Editions of H. C. Andersen in Bulgaria", pp. 50-53; *Margaritha Terzieva, "The Fairy-Tale Master Andersen and Bulgarian Culture", pp. 54-66; *Ljuben Zidarov, "My Work on the Illustrations to H. C. Andersen's Fairy-Tales", pp. 67-71; *Krassimir Delchev, "Autobiographical, Realistic and Symbolic Elements in the Fairy-Tale 'The Shadow'by H. C. Andersen", pp. 72-81; *Lydia Denkova, "Hans Christian Andersen – a Philosophy of the Fragile", pp. 82-88; *Erika Lazarova, "The Goodness We All Need or Hans Christian Andersen and the Cynicism of the 20th Century", pp. 89-96; *Albena Hranova, "Andersen and Oscar Wilde. Two Dances", pp. 97-101; *Evgenia Kamova, "My Work on the Translation of the Biographical Book about H. C. Andersen by Elias Bredsdorff", pp. 102-05; *Nadezhda Petkova, "Editor's Suffering", pp. 106-08. (* betyder: på bulgarsk.)

[bulgarsk]/ The Unknown Andersen.

MIHAYLOVA, NADEZDHA (red.), [bulgarsk] / The Unknown Andersen. Department of German and Scandinavian Studies, Faculty of Classic and Modern Philologies, "St. Kliment Ohridski" University of Sofia, Sofia 2008. 430 pp. – Bidrag til international konference afholdt 4.-6. april 2005. – Indhold: [Dimensions in Time and of the Spirit:] SIMON GRABOWSKI, "H.C. Andersen and the Transcending Unity of the Oceanic Life Story", pp. 43-50; *VERA GANCHEVA, "Hans Christian Andersen and His Epoch", pp. 51-70; *BORIS MINKOV, "H.C. Andersen and the Money of the Romanticists", pp. 71-76; *ELIZARIA RUSKOVA, "H.C. Andersen as a Playwright", pp. 77-92; *NADEZHDA MIHAYLOVA, "Andersen the Poet", pp. 93-100; KARL PONTUS LINDGREN, "Andersen and Strindberg – Two Recluses from the North", pp. 101-04; *KINA KUDREVA, "The Phenomenon Andersen", pp. 105-08; *MALINKA DIMITROVA, "Andersen in the Contemporary West European Children's and Youths' Literature", pp. 109-13; *GERGANA APOSTOLOVA, "The End is Not Important", pp. 114-28; *ALBENA IVANONA, "Hans Christian Andersen in the Virtual World", pp. 129-31; ELITSA STOITSOVA, "Hans Christian Andersen and the Free Flow of Fairy Tales", pp. 132-40; *VLADIMIR STARIADEV, "Translating Andersen (a Psycholinguistic Analysis)", pp. 141-44; *ANTONIA BUCHUKOVSKA, "Linguistic Aspects of the Translation of Andersen's Fairy Tales into Bulgarian", pp. 145-49; *TANYA STOYANOVA, "Ran Bossilek and Hans Christian Andersen – Parallels in Life and Creative Dialogue", pp. 150-57; GAYANE ORLOVA, "The Image of H.C. Andersen in the Russian Press and Translations (the End of 19th – the Beginning of 20th Centuries)", pp. 158-63; SVEN HAKON ROSSEL, "Der dänische Märchendichter Hans Christian Andersen und Österreich", pp. 164-67; SARI PÄIVÄRINNE, "Hans Christian Andersen in Finland", pp. 168-76; *KIRYAK TSONEV, "From Shahrazad to the Snow Queen", pp. 177-82. [A Dane and Citizen of the World:] *ERIKA LAZAROVA, "The Traveller H.C. Andersen or the Road as a Metaphor of Life", pp. 185-203; LONE FUNCH KOFOED, "Shadow Pictures from a Journey to Harzen – Truth or Tale", pp. 204-10; ELENA BALZAMO, "H.C. Andersen's Sweden: '… Only the Minarets Are Lacking'", pp. 211-20; *ZDRAVKA HRISTOVA, "The Balkans in H.C. Andersen's Work", pp. 221-30; *BISERA DAKOVA, "The Paradoxical Narrative Perspective in H.C. Andersen's Autobiographical Work 'The Fairy Tale of My Life' (1847)", pp. 231-36; MARGARITA HRISTOVA, "A Glance at Some of the Autobiographic Works of H.C. Andersen", pp. 237-41; *KATYA KUZMOVA-ZOGRAFOVA, "The Image of the Creator between Magic and Illness", pp. 242-51; *ARCHIMANDRITE PAVEL STEFANOV, "H.C. Andersen's Religion", pp. 252-60; *TSVETANKA ELENKOVA, "The Faith in Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 261-64; *CLEO PROTOHRISTOVA, "Andersen's Mirrors – Epistemology and Narrativity", pp. 265-73; *ANTONIA GOSPODINOVA, "H.C. Andersen and the Fairy Tale Tradition in Northern Europe", pp. 274-81; *HRISTO STANCHEV, "Mythopoetical Aspects in 'The Little Mermaid' by H.C. Andersen", pp. 282-88; *KRASSIMIR DELCHEV, "'The Little Mermaid' by H.C. Andersen and the Nymphs in the Bulgarian Folklore", pp. 289-98. [Fairy Tales for Young and Adults:] *PETAR HADZHINAKOV, "Hans Christian Andersen – the Philosophy of the Fairy Tale", pp. 301-04; *MARGARITA TERZIEVA, "The Scientific and Technical Achievements in Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 305-08; *SVETLANA STOYCHEVA, "Archetypal Relativity and Personalization in Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 309-18; *MARGARITA SLAVOVA, "The Magic of the Kiss in the Fairy World of H.C. Andersen", pp. 319-25; *MAYA VUKOVSKA, "Are the Bad Characters in H.C. Andersen's Fairy Tales Really that Bad?", pp. 326-29; *ILIANA BENINA, "The Beautiful in H.C. Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 330-36; *NIKOLA BENIN, "The Image of the Death in Andersen's Fairy Tales", pp. 337-44; VLADIMIR NAYDENOV, "Five Fairy Tales by H.C. Andersen in Terms of Vladimir Propp's Morphology of the Genre", pp. 345-54; *ELENA ROUSSINOVA, "H.C. Andersen and the Education", pp. 355-62; *NADEZHDA MADOLEVA, "H.C. Andersen and 'Tiny Flower with Seven Blossoms'. Love and Wisdom, Faith and Hope", pp. 363-71; RALITSA GELEVA-TSVETKOVA, "Illustrations of Andersen's Characters in Book Design and Children's Drawings", pp. 372-77; *ELENA FURNADZHIEVA, "At an H.C. Andersen Birthday Party in Odense", pp. 378-82; VASSIL PENEV, "H.C. Andersen and Denmark between Two Epochs", pp. 383-84. Summaries and Information about the Authors, pp. 385-422. - * betyder: bulgarsk tekst.
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