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Time of Parting (Bulgarian : Време разделно, Vreme razdelno) is a novel written by Anton Donchev and published in 1964.
It was adapted for the screen in 1988.
Time of Parting was judged the 2nd greatest work ever in the Bulgarian Big Read in 2008–09.
Bulgarian literature is literature written by Bulgarians or residents of Bulgaria, or written in the Bulgarian language; usually the latter is the defining feature. Bulgarian literature can be said to be one of the oldest among the Slavic peoples, having its roots during the late 9th century and the times of Simeon I of the First Bulgarian Empire.
The Bulgaria men's national basketball team represents Bulgaria in international basketball. The governing body is the Bulgarian Basketball Federation.
Lyuben Stoychev Karavelov was a Bulgarian writer and an important figure of the Bulgarian National Revival.
Chepelare is the principal town in Chepelare Municipality, part of Smolyan Province in Southern Bulgaria. It is situated in the central part of the Rhodopes, on the banks of Chepelare River. Chepelare is a popular winter resort with one of the longest ski runs in Southeastern Europe. It is located near Pamporovo, one of the biggest Bulgarian ski resorts. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 5,412 inhabitants.
Diyan Donchev is a former Bulgarian footballer. As a player, he was a defender and midfielder from 1992 to 2012.
Time of Violence is a 1988 Bulgarian film based on the novel Time of Parting by Anton Donchev. It consists of two episodes with a combined length of 288 minutes. It premiered at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival where it was screened in the Un Certain Regard section. The film was selected as the Bulgarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards.
Pavel Chavdarov Tsvetkov is a Bulgarian poet and writer, best known for his Desperate Love poetry collection and the essay "Exules Suo Voluntate: Roots and Fruits of Bulgarian National Nihilism".
Dionisii Donchev is one of the prominent Bulgarian fine artists. Honorary citizen of his home town of Pleven, Bulgaria, where he still lives and works. He graduated from the National Academy of Arts in Sofia in professor Ilia Petrov's class. He took active part in the creation of the famous epic art project in his home town of Pleven - 'Parorama' in 1977. He has accumulated more than half a century of experience in the creation of portraits, landscapes, compositions, nudes and still life. His favorite medium is oil on canvas. His artwork has enjoyed presence in galleries and private collections in Bulgaria and abroad.
Georgi Gospodinov Georgiev is a Bulgarian writer, poet and playwright. His novel Time Shelter received the 2023 International Booker Prize, shared with translator Angela Rodel, as well as the Strega European Prize. His novel The Physics of Sorrow received the Jan Michalski Prize and the Angelus Award. His works have been translated into 25 languages.
Vesela Nikolaeva Lecheva is a Bulgarian sport shooter and current politician from the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP).
Tangra (Bulgarian:Тангра) is a Bulgarian rock band founded in 1976 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The group is one of the most popular Bulgarian rock bands from the '80s, '90s and nowadays.
Doncho Donchev is a Bulgarian artist and illustrator.
Anton Nikolov Donchev was a Bulgarian writer of historical novels and screenwriter of Bulgarian historical drama films. In 2003 he was elected an academic at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He is well known in the country and abroad with his novel Time of Parting.
Evelina Trojanska was a Bulgarian chess player. She was awarded the title of Woman International Master (WIM) by FIDE in 1972.
Svetoslav Donchev Slavchev is a popular Bulgarian science fiction and mystery writer, famous also as a journalist. His best known science fiction works include the short novel The Fortress of the Immortal and the short story collections A Trail for Vega-Orion and A Sword with Rubbies. His most famous crime novels are: Nine, the Number of the Cobra and The Name of Death is Centaur. As the second editor of the widely read magazine Cosmos he invented and started publishing the riddle-like stories of the now famous police inspector Strezov. In the last years of his life he concentrated on this genre, as well as on this personage and there were two anthologies of his stories about Strezov published respectively in 2002 and 2010. His books are translated into Russian, German, Czech, Polish, Japanese etc. His awards include the prestigious Bulgarian national science fiction prize Graviton (2000) for his whole contribution to the genre. In 2018, an anthology of the best stories with inspector Strezov was published to commemorate the 50th anniversary from the character's creation, this time with the illustrations of the author's friend Alexander Vachkov.
Khristo Petrov Donchev is a former Bulgarian basketball player. He competed in the men's tournament at the 1952 Summer Olympics.
Events in the year 1948 in Bulgaria.
Events in the year 2022 in Bulgaria.