ETHICS OF PUBLICATION
The journal LITERATURATA insists on the honest and professional attitude in all aspects of the publishing activity. It publishes original works that are significant for the intellectual community, according to the highest standards. We expect the same high standards from our reviewers and authors. Integrity, authenticity and honest relationships - on the part of authors, and detachment, objectivity and confidentiality – on the part of editors and reviewers are among the priorities that help us achieve our goals.
The main concern of the team is the quality of the printed publications, which are also subject to anonymous review. All submitted materials are evaluated anonymously by two reviewers who give an opinion independently of each other. The acceptance of the proposed texts is in line with the recommendations of the reviewers. The final decision on the publication of the materials is taken by the editorial board.
The process of independent double review follows the next steps:
• The article is sent to two reviewers for evaluation.
Angelo De Gubernatis – Bulgaria and Bulgarians (transl. by Radostin Zhelev) / 9
Nikolay Chernokozhev – The City – a Place and Places of the Writer
(Ivan Vazov. Pen Sketches and Patterns) / 29
Milena Kirova – Qui bene labuit ... Konstantin Jireček in Sofia, Sofia in the
Bulgarian Diary of Jireček / 51
Kleo Protohristova – Art Nouveau Architecture and Literary Sofia / 75
Peter Dinekov – Sofia / 91
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.
Kevin Alexander Boon, Epistemology of Science Fiction (transl. from English by Ruzha Muskurova)
Vladimir Nabokov, The Art of Translation (transl. by Vesela Genova from English)
Italo Calvino, On the Issue of Translation (transl. by Daria Karapetkova from Italian)
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Andrea Immel, Children’s Books and Constructions of Childhood (transl. from English by Ruzha Muskurova)
Deborah Stevenson, Classics and Canons (transl. from English by Radostin Zhelev)
20 Most Famous Love Stories in History and Literature
Julia Kristeva, In Praise of Love (transl. from French by Dimitar Bozhkov)