Love in Literature
20 Most Famous Love Stories in History and Literature
Julia Kristeva, In Praise of Love (transl. from French by Dimitar Bozhkov)
Tracy Adams, The Problem of Love in the Old French Verse Romance (transl. from English by Ruzha Muskurova)
Pierre Lepape, History of Romance Novels (transl. from French by Radostin Zhelev)
Michael Epstein, Poetics of Intimacy (transl. from Russian by Nadezhda Deleva)
Vadim Rosman, About Women Secrets (transl. from Russian by Nadezhda Deleva)
Veneta Savova, Time for Love, Places for Parting ...
Valeri Stefanov, The Woman of the Near - This Longing, This Fire!
Katya Staneva, Love Songs of Bulgarian Revival
Rumyana Evtimova, A Collage Portrait of the Seducer in Russian Literature
Albena Vacheva, Love and Social Norms
Tatiana Ichevska, Love (as) a Disease
Ivan Ivanov, Love and Death in the Novel "Autopsy of a Love Affair" by Viktor Paskov
Stoyan Georgiev, The Struggle for Dominance between the Sexes in Search of Identity in the Plays of Pinter
Polina Ivanova, One does not love forever, one does not also truly love
Kristina Teodosieva, Love as Self-Identification in the Novel of Konstantin Konstantinov "Blood"
Ina Hristova, Literature and the Fragmentasized World
Rositsa Chernokozheva, The Five Cases - Sheltering in the Culture of Freud
Hristo Manolakev, Fundamental Work about Knowledge of Bulgaria
Irina Ivanova, "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas," John Boyne
Vladimir Ignatov, To "Tame" the Time