Contents of Issue 4

Foreword

I. Linguistics

Gergana Georgieva

The Nouns of ьникъ/-еникъ  in the Old Bulgarian Translation of the Catecheses of Saint Cyril Jerusalem (GIM. SYN. 478)

Radostina Koleva

On the Question of the Gender Defectivity of the So Called Collective Nouns

Diana Markova

Main Periods in the Research of the Present Passive Participle in the Bulgarian Grammatical Studies from the Middle of the 19th to the Middle of 20th Century

Vasil Stamenov

Observations on the Functioning of the Peripheral Evidential Modifiers in Modern Bulgarian

Krasilina Koleva-Kostova

On the Scope and Depth in the Complex Compound Sentence – Parallel Observations

Zhaneta Andreeva

Methods for Identification of Cognitive Metaphors in Political Speech

Desislava Dimitrova

Morphological Structure of Past Participles (Analogues of Bulgarian Participial Morphemes in French, English, and German)

Sema Kutsarova

Word Formation Models of Deverbal Nouns Nomina Professionalis in Turkish and Bulgarian Language

Polina Tabakova

On the Question of the Place of the Aorist and the Imperfect and Their Opposition in the Temporal System of Spanish and Bulgarian

Simona Haltakova

Retelling in Modern Bulgarian and Its Functional Equivalents in English

Radoslava Koleva

A White Slave or a Victim of a Human Trafficking – a Language Depiction of a Certain Crime

Evgenia Miteva

About the Translation and Translation Transformations in the Slovak Novel “Three Chestnut Horses” by Margita Figuli

Jelena Pavlović Jovanović

The Subordinate Clause in Grammars from the 19th Century

Viktoriya Ivanova

A Look at a Popular Psycholinguistic Experiment

Nataliya Matseva

Creative Explosion in a Bulgarian Language Class in 6th Grade, or How to Activate the Learning Process by Mapping Ideas with the Help of Mind Maps

Daniela Ivanova

Corpus Approach in the Study of the Language Deviations in Bulgarian as a Foreign Language

II. Literary Studies

Svetoslav Stoychev

Text and Image – Bruegel and “Metamorphoses”

Joanna Neykova

The Romantic Fragment and the Fragmentary Mode of Writing

Barbara Miteva

Who are you?: Alice on a Journey to Her Self

Ivan Georgiev

Hetaera Esmeralda. The Disease Cipher in “Doctor Faustus” (Thomas Mann)

Dimitar Karamitev

Photographic Sensibilities in Two Early Novels by Thomas Hardy

Francheska Zemyarska

The Tenth Mask in the Structure of “Fires”

Venesa Nacheva

The Ideology of Otherness: The Image of the Mother in the Poetry of Eugeniusz Tkaczyszyn-Dycki

Nedyalko Zhelev

The Past and Present in the (Anti)military Novels of Josip Mlakić

Monika Galabova

Fiction and/or Reality. Critical Readings of the Sinistra Zone by Ádam Bodor

Yves-Christian Angelov

Terrorism and Interpretation

Simona-Aleks Mihaleva

Word as Graphics – the Graphic Presentation of the Minimalistic Stories in Serbian Literature from the End of the 20th Century

Iva Stefanova

The Utopian Space of the Kunstkammer

Simeon Ganev

The Film Genre Situation Comedy. Genre Characteristics and Challenges for the Translator

Svidna Mihaylova

Analysis of Two Bulgarian Translations of the Poem “Don Quixote” by Dmitry Merezhkovsky

Ivana Vitanova

“Ti sne ot nebesata plamak…” – the Prometheus Complex and Pencho Slaveykov’s Works

Iliyan Karaboychev

(Pre)knowledge – a Curse and/or Mission in Atanas Dalchev and Dimitar Pantaleev`s Poetry

Iliya Tochev

Sin and Alienation (Comparative Reading of the Novels Dragon by Anton Strashimirov and Sin by Georgi Raychev)