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Women and the Canon: the Measure which Is Not One

16 January, 2013 от · No comments

Milena Kirova, Ph.D. Photo: “Bagryana and Slovenia” Translated from Bulgarian by Ralitsa Muharska Bulgarian literary history is a well developed scholarly area with traditions going back to the late 19th century. What it still lacks, though, is a comprehensive systematic History of women’s literature. Of course, one could easily claim that the work of women […]

Write Each of Your Poems as If It Were Your Last

26 December, 2008 от · 12 comments

Interview with Blaga Dimitrova’s Poetry by Farideh Hassanzadeh-Mostafavi Farideh Hassanzadeh (Mostafavi), an Iranian poet, has translated poems by Blaga Dimitrova into Farsi. She wrote to Dimitrova and asked for an interview. The great poet was in her last days and could only send her books. Farideh decided to arrange an interview with the poetry of […]