Yanko Tsvetkov

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Yanko Tsvetkov is a Bulgarian artist who lives in Spain, writes in English, and publishes books in Germany, France, Russia, Turkey, Italy, and China. He has visited several continents, passed through thick jungles, picnicked in scorching deserts, and booked a few taxis in busy metropolises. Today he leads a second life as a superhero that fights prejudice with his giant laser and his gorgeous cape.

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Atlas of Prejudice: Mapping...

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Yanko Tsvetkov and 159 other people liked J.G. Keely's review of Orientalism:
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“The first domesticated animal was the scapegoat.”
Yanko Tsvetkov

“It is better to waste one’s gold than to waste one’s time, for gold can be acquired from a mine, sold, gifted, or stored in a bank. Time has no master and no shape. No rock can contain it, and nobody can own it. Time is the breath of the Goddess, the rhythm of her chest, the pulse of her beating heart.”
Yanko Tsvetkov, Sex, Drugs and Tales of Wonder

“L'Europe a autant besoin de frontières que les poissons ont besoin de vélos.”
Yanko Tsvetkov, Atlas of Prejudice: Mapping Stereotypes #1

“I was 32 when I started cooking; up until then, I just ate.”
Julia Child

“Today`s culture is unfortunately inseparable from economic and military power. A ruling nation can impose its culture and give a worldwide fame to a second-rate writer like (Ernest Hemingway). (John Steinbeck) is important due to American guns. Had (John Dos Passos) and (William Faulkner) been born in Paraguay or in Turkey, who`d read them?”
Luis Buñuel

“History, like love, is so apt to surround her heroes with an atmosphere of imaginary brightness.”
James Fenimore Cooper, The Last of the Mohicans

“Be slow to fall into friendship, but when you are in, continue firm and constant.”
Socrates

“Strong minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, weak minds discuss people.”
Socrates




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