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A collection in translation of recent essays by one of the most eminent contemporary literary critics concentrates on defining
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Published September 19th 1990 by Cambridge University Press (first published 1978)
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In Bulgarian Цветан Тодоров. Todorov is a Franco-Bulgarian historian, philosopher and literary theoretician. Among his most influential works is his theory on the fantastic, the uncanny and marvellous.
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