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Books

Books
Information about books by Bulgarian authors or about Bulgarian topics, including reviews, summaries and full text excerpts.

Madness Visible: A Memoir of War

Madness Visible: A Memoir of War is a glimpse into recent Balkan wars told by a journalist through the words of actual observers and participants.

Januarius MacGahan: The Life and Campaigns of an American War Correspondent

Januarius MacGahan went to Europe as a young man, covered the great events of the day for major American and British newspapers, acquiring a wide variety of colorful acquaintances and experiences.

Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World

Review of Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World, by Margaret MacMillan... with a special focus on the part about Bulgaria, and especially on Alexander Stamboliski's hand.

The Abyssinian Proof: A Kamil Pasha Novel

Turkish politics and society are the center of this novel which mingles fascinating historical facts of medieval Constantinople with fictional events in (almost) modern Istanbul.

The 29th Sofia International Book Fair

The 29th Sofia International Book Fair runs from 7-12 December at the National Palace of Culture. Publisher exhibition, cultural program, and guest appearances.

Bai Ganyo: Incredible Tales of a Modern Bulgarian

If you are coming to Bulgaria to visit or live and want to read one book about the culture, read this book, a new translation of a classic work of Bulgarian literature.

Bulgarian Relations with Russia

From The Slav Nations, by Srgjan Pl. Tucic, a Serb writing for an English audience in the early months of the First World War. Daily Telegraph War Books.

Bulgarian Relations with Serbia

From The Slav Nations, by Srgjan Pl. Tucic, a Serb writing for an English audience in the early months of the First World War. Daily Telegraph War Books.

The Building Up of the Bulgarian State

From The Slav Nations, by Srgjan Pl. Tucic, a Serb writing for an English audience in the early months of the First World War. Daily Telegraph War Books.

A Peace to End All Peace

Were treaties and national borders drawn at the end of the First World War midwives to political tangle in the modern Middle East? Find out from this book.