Humorous Calendar for the New Year
Petko Rachov Slaveikov (1827–95) was one of the most renowned Bulgarian literary figures of the 19th century. He was a poet, publicist, translator, editor, dramatist, and folklorist. He believed fervently in the ideals of the National Revival movement and many of his works reflect his aspirations for the education of the Bulgarian people and for political and religious independence from the Ottoman Turks. Some of Slaveikov’s most popular works were his humorous calendars, which contained a variety of writing styles, including poems, amusing sketches, and horoscopes. These calendars, along with Slaveikov's newspaper Gaida (Bagpipe), were the foundations of Bulgarian humor and satirical writing.
Pechatnitsa (shtamparnitsa) na Dim. Panichkov, Tsarigrad
Title in Original Language
Смѣшнный календарь за Нова година
Type of Item
96 pages : illustrated ; 17 centimeters
- Pages 1-8, 95-96 are missing from the copy.
- Church Slavic and civil scripts.
Last updated: September 17, 2014