TITLE

RAYKO JİNZİFOV'UN HAYATI, ŞİİRLERİ VE SLAVLIK BİLİNCİ

AUTHOR(S)
Pars, Melahat
PUB. DATE
March 2004
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2004, Vol. 8 Issue 19, p373
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The life of Rayko Jinzikov, Poems and the Slav Conscious. One of the most important representative of new Bulgarian Literature is Rayko Jinzifov (1839-1877). In his time, greek language was valid in Bulgarian church and schools. After his primary school, he goes to Moscow seen as the center of Slav world, to continue for his education. He received education in Philology Faculty of Moscow University after the high school. However, he had many difficulties at the university times. After his gratuation from the university, he works as as teacher and as translator till the end of his life. In 1877, he died within loneliness and illness as a result of tuberculosis at Moscow Jinzifov, had totally 38 poems and story, deal with mostly the Slav issue in his works. Rayko Jinzikov is most valuable Bulgarian man of letter as regards to his works made consious about nationality and Slav of Bulgarian people.
ACCESSION #
17558168

 

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