Proceedings of the Symposium on Slavic Cultures: Bulgarian Contributions to Slavic Cultures an international conference dedicated to the celebration of the thirteen hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Bulgarian State : Columbia University in the City of New York, November 14, 1980 by Symposium on Slavic Cultures, Bulgarian contributions to slavic cultures (1980 Columbia University)

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Statement[edited by Rado L. Lencek ... et al.].
ContributionsLenček, Rado L. 1921-, Columbia University. Dept. of Slavic Languages., Columbia University. Institute on East Central Europe., T͡S︡entŭr za bŭlgaristika (Bŭlgarska akademii͡a︡ na naukite)
LC ClassificationsDR63 .S96 1980
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Pagination205 p. ;
Number of Pages205
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Open LibraryOL2807733M
LC Control Number83240244

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