Monumenta Bulgarica: A Bilingual Anthology of Bulgarian Texts from the 9th to the 19th Centuries

Editor(s): Butler, T.

Monumenta Bulgarica: A Bilingual Anthology of Bulgarian Texts from the 9<sup>th</sup> to the 19<sup>th</sup> Centuries

Description:

Awarded a special book prize by the Bulgarian Studies Association for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Bulgarian Studies at the 1998 AAASS Convention in Boca Raton, FL.

Review

This excellent collection of monumental Bulgarian works, appearing both in the original Old Slavonic texts (of varying photocopy quality) and English translations, is welcome. Many of these documents have previously been accessible only to those few scholars who have thorough reading knowledge of Old Slavonic and are competent to sift through the maze of that ancient language’s orthographic and terminological variations. The volume is intended for general use in courses on Slavic, Bulgarian, and Balkan literature to acquaint students and other novices with the abundance and high quality of early Slavic literature and the Byzantine-Bulgarian symbiosis.

Walter K. Hanak, Shepherd College
Speculum — A Journal of Medieval Studies



Publication Information:

Publisher: Michigan Slavic Publications

Year of Publication: 1998

Location: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

# of Pages: 627




Additional Information:

Price: $38.00

ISBN: 0-930042-80-8

Format: Hardcover

Series Name / Number: Michigan Slavic Materials [MSM] / 41