Contents of Issue 3


I. Linguistics

Gergana Georgieva

Nomina Abstracta of -иѥ in the Old Bulgarian Translation of St. Cyril of Jerusalem’s Cathechism (gim. syn. 478)

Velitchka Ilieva

Three Lead Amulets from the Period of the First Bulgarian Empire

Diana Markova

On the Formants Which Take Part in the Formation of the “Present Passive Participle” in Contemporary Bulgarian

Vasil Stamenov

The Grammatical Morpheme –h-/-sh– in Bulgarian (Historical Notes)

Marina Dimitrova

Syntactic and Semantic Specifics of the Use of Passive Voice in Utterances of Preeschool Chidren (3 – 6)

Stefka Aleksandrova

Politeness in Bulgarian Speech Communication

Zhaneta Andreeva

The Manipulative Aspect of Cognitive Metaphors in Contemporary Bulgarian Political Speeche

Nataliya Matseva

The Positive Classroom in Help of the Key Competence ‘Skills for Learning’ in Bulgarian Language and Literature Classes, 6th Grade

Radoslava Koleva

Fragments of the Language Depiction of a Certain Type of Crime in Bulgarian and Polish

Sema Kutsarova

The Negative Character Traits, Found in the Verbal Derivatives in Turkish and Bulgarian

Simeon Mihalkov

Punning as a Word-forming Method in Bulgarian and Greek Youth Slang

Yuliyan Zhelyazkov

The Application of Domestication and Foreignization Translation Strategies in Bulgarian-English Translations of Ivan Vazov’s Epic of the Forgotten

Isidora Jakšić Perović

From Ferdinand de Saussure to Noam Chomsky

Ivan Stoev

About the Phonetic Special Feature of Chinese Dialcets

Nataša A. Spasić

Teaching Serbian as a Foreign Language Using Web Tools

Slaveyah Goranova

Opportunities and Disadvantages of the Online Training in Specialized English as Perceived by Students at the Medical University “Prof. Dr. Paraskev Stoyanov” – Varna

Alyona Rutkovska

Language of Culture and Cultural Speech

II. Literary Studies

Nikolay Genov

Phantomology – a Marginalized Project and Its Benefits to Literary Studies

Maksym Rutkovskiy

Fiction in Interactive English Classes as a Means of Educational Space Humanization

Lilia Trifonova

Oscar Wilde’s New Salome. The Fatalism of the Dance

Daniel Kamenov

The Authenticity of Thomas Wolfe’s Autobiographical Hero Through the Lens  of Heideggerian Ontology

Joanna Neykova

The Book of Illusions: on a Maurice Blanchot and Paul Auster Connection

Francheska Zemyarska

Yourcenar’s Imaginary Father: Old Melancholy and Charming Reticence

Aleksandra Stojanovic

The Remains of the American Dream in Cormac Mccarthy’s The Road

Vladimir Mitev

Literature as a Means of Social Change in Iran Before the Islamic Revolution

Nedyalko Zhelev

XX Century in Retrospection – Günter Grass and Patrik Ouředník as Chroniclers of the Last Century

Maria Hanzarova

The Excessive Ingenuity of Chatski. The Absence of the Characterfrom “Here” and “Now”

Zoya Ivanova

Marina Tsvetaeva – Reconstruction Through Memory

Milena Dimova

The Great Sorrow of the Little Man in the Works of Yordan Yovkov and Sergey Dovlatov

Ivana Vitanova

The Road of and the Road to ‘the Lost Child’ in Lyuben Karavelov’s Novels ‘Turkish Pasha’ and ‘Neda’

Rositsa Vasileva

The Military Stories of Yordan Yovkov and Yordan Valchev

Stefka Filipova-Mertzimeki

Models for „Border” in the Chiflikat kray granitsata (Farm near the border) by Y. Yovkov and Na iztok ot Zapada (East of the West) by M. Penkov

Vanessa Andonova

The Modern Psychological Novel and the Issue of Self-identification (“Izobretatelyat” by Boris Shivachev)

Boris Iliev

Modeling of Subject Worlds in Biology and Literary Criticism. An Essay on Barierata (The Barier) of Pavel Vezhinov