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Love poems, written by a young girl who died of leukemia at the age of 23. Appreciation of nature, reflections on solitude, unrequited love . . .
Two months before she died, she wrote extraordinary poems about her suffering. It is remarkable that in the face of approaching death, she remained optimistic and hopeful. She saw death as a continuation of life and expcted to " live in both."
The poems are translations from the Bulgarian by Ludmilla G. Popova-Wightman. They are accompanied by the Bulgarian originals.
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Danila Stoanova(1961-1984), born in Sofia, Bulgaria, died in Paris, France. She not only wrote poems, but was also a successful translator from the French and English into Bulgarian. She studied art briefly.Review:
This splendid bilingual edition brings to life one of the most authentic and original Bulgarian poetic voices. -- E. Sugarev, Literaturen Vestnik, #32, 2003
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