Grigor Stavrev Parlichev ( Bulgarian: Григор Ставрев Пърличев, Macedonian: Григор Ставрев Прличев, January 18, 1830 in Ohrid, present-day Republic of Macedonia - January 25, 1893 in Ohrid), was a Bulgarian writer and translator. (He is considered as Macedonian in Republic of Macedonia). ...more on Wikipedia about "Grigor Parlichev"
Hristo Botev ( Bulgarian: Христо Ботев), also known as Khristo Botev, was a Bulgarian poet and revolutionary. He was born in Kalofer on January 6, 1848 to Botyo Petkov and Ivanka Boteva. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hristo Botev"
Iren Ivantcheva or Ivancheva ( 24 March 1960), is a Bulgarian literary historian, feminist and critic, born in Sofia. She graduated from the Saint Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia in 1983. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iren Ivantcheva"
Other famous works by Vazov are the novels New Country (1894), Under Our Heaven (1900), The Empress of Kazalar (1902), Songs of Macedonia (1914), It Will Not Perish (1920) and the plays Vagabonds (1894), Borislav (1909) and Ivaylo (1911). ...more on Wikipedia about "Ivan Vazov"
Peyo Yavorov ( January 1, 1878) - October 17, 1914) was a Bulgarian poet, considered to be one of the finest poetic talents of the turn of the century in Bulgaria. He was a prominent member of the Misul group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peyo Yavorov"
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