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The “Narrative about the Zographian Martyrs” («Разказ за зографските мъченици») is a monument of Old Bulgarian literature dating from the late 13th c. The paper examines the historical circumstances underlying the work, the literary characteristics of the “Narrative”, and its impact on later orthodox antiunionist literature.

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The author of this paper examines what position the most prominent 12th-century Russian ecclesiastic writer and orator, the author of numerous festal speeches and parables, Cyril of Turov takes up on and what aesthetic value he attributes to ecclesiastic feasts. In the paper, it is also studied why he considers it important and “soul-saving” to read and to know sacred books while he also speaks of the psychology of reading.

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Studia Slavica
Authors: Иштван Феринц and Наталия Няголова
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Studia Slavica
Authors: Иштван Феринц, Агнеш Дуккон, and Каталин Сёке
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Studia Slavica
Authors: Иштван Феринц, Михаил Капраль, Каталин Сёке, and Janusz Cz. Bańczerowski
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