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Grigor Parlichev

Bulgarian writer

1830   -   1893

country of citizenship: Ottoman Empire
native language: Bulgarian
language of expression: Bulgarian, Greek, Modern Greek
educated at: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
occupation: linguist, poet, translator, writer, teacher

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Grigor Stavrev Parlichev (also spelled Prlichev, Parlitcheff or Prličev; Bulgarian language: Григор Ставрев Пърличев; Greek: Γρηγόριος Σταυρίδης, romanized: Grigorios Stavrides, Macedonian: Григор Прличев) was a Bulgarian writer and translator. He was born January 18, 1830 in Ohrid, Ottoman Empire and died in the same town January 25, 1893. Although he thought of himself as a Bulgarian, according to the post-WWII Macedonian historiography, he was an ethnic Macedonian.
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O Armatolos

1860 poem written by Grigor Parlichev

author: Grigor Parlichev


Autobiography of Grigor Parlichev

разказ от Григор Пърличев

author: Grigor Parlichev



стихотворение от Григор Пърличев

author: Grigor Parlichev

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