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Year XII (2018), issue 19

Literature and Science Fiction

Anonymous reviews

For two years the authors' articles in the journal „The Literature” have been subjectеd to anonymous reviews made by two scholars from relevant field of science, who are not connected to the journal editors.

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Contents

Kevin Alexander Boon, Epistemology of Science Fiction (transl. from English by Ruzha Muskurova)

Neil Gerlach and Sheryl N. Hamilton, Introduction: History of Social Science Fiction (transl. from English by Ruzha Muskurova)

Jutta Weldes, Globalization is Science Fiction (transl. from English by Ruzha Muskurova)

Fredrik Jameson, The End of Temporality (transl. from English by Ruzha Muskurova)

Evgeniya Kantchura, Fantasy: Renewing the View of the World and the Way to Yourself (transl. from Ukrainian by Albena Stamenova)

Miglena Nikolchina, Will You Stay Here? The Artificial Creature from Kleist to Garland

Yanitsa Radeva, "Solaris": Between Novel and Screen and the Role of the Book in Another World

Vladimir Pleganov, Science Fiction Author and Death: The Short Stories by James Tiptree Jr.

Penka Vatova, About the First Robot in Bulgarian Literature and Other Inventions of Georgi Iliev from the 30s of the 20th Century

Nadezhda Stoyanova, The Inventor and „the Charm of the Moon"

Elena Borisova, The Tragedy of Human Alienation: Nataliya Andreeva, Nikolay Vatov and Pavel Vezhinov

Rositsa Chernokozheva, For Children's Spontaneity and Creativity on Earth and in the Cosmos. The Fantastic Lyuben Dilov’s Novel for Children

 

Debut

Kostantin Adirkov, The Opera „Don Giovanni” of Mozart and Da Ponte in View of its Place among the Literary Interpretations of the Theme (emphasis on Da Ponte's libretto)

 

Reviews

Noemi Stoichkova, "Literary History II" by Milena Kirova

Svetlana Stoycheva, On an Academic Reading of the Literary Reading of Migration

Ventsislav Sholtse - Stories and Aporiеs of Literary Criticism. "Critical Languages and Ideological Fields: Fragments of a Century, 1878-1989" by Noemi Stoichkova