1827, Nov 171895, Jul 1
a noted nineteenth-century Bulgarian poet, publicist, public figure and folklorist. Both in his original and imitative works Slaveykov further developed the Bulgarian language. Since 1852, Slaveykov began to print his first books: Smesena kitka, Pesnopoyka, Basnenik. He wrote the poem Boyka voyvoda in 1853 influenced by the revolutionary events surrounding the Crimean War (1853-1856), as well as many revolutionary songs. He wrote patriotic songs and poems, love and landscape lyric poetry under the influence of Russian poets Aleksandr Pushkin, Afanasy Fet and Nikolay Karamzin.
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