Ironické zobrazení postav v románě bulharského spisovatele Aleka Popova Mise Londýn jako odraz problémů národa druhé poloviny 90. let 20. století

Title in English Ironic portrayal of the character in the novel Bulgarian writer Alek Popov Mission London, as a reflection of the problems of the nation the late nineties of the 20th century
Authors

KUZNIETSOVA Krystyna

Type Article in Proceedings
Conference SLAVICA IUVENUM XVII
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
WWW http://dokumenty.osu.cz/ff/ksl/svk/svk2016.pdf
Field Mass media, audiovision
Keywords Alek Popov, Bulgarian literature, contemporary Bulgarian prose, diplomatic prose
Description In Alek Popov?s stories and novels with great sarcasm and sometimes black humor describes the early post-communist period, which allows us through images of figures writers to create an outline reflection of the nation. His stories and novels are somewhat strange, absurd, but in fact, quite realistic, especially for someone who is familiar with the absurd realities of the post-socialist Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, etc., so his realistic characters I choose for my research as the most views nation.