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Yue Wangcorresponding author

Abstract

Kalina Stefanova’s Ann’s Dwarves and The Last Way Out were originally written in Bulgarian and published as two loose sequel-fictions in 2004 and 2010. During the last decade, thirteen distinct translations were done. This review attempts to give readers a brief introduction of the author and her two fictions as well as their reception and criticism. As her review writer, I firmly hold the opinion that Stefanova has been providing samples of cosmopolitan writing about human’s communication with the cosmos since ancient times, and human’s spiritual evolution – all this through the girl protagonist Ann’s eyes. This reveals the author’s unique vision and her inner life of tranquility and freedom.

Keywords
inner life, Kalina Stefanova, Ann’s Dwarves, The Last Way Out

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How to Cite
Wang, Y. (2020). Human’s spiritual evolution through a girl’s eyes: The unique vision of Kalina Stefanova. International Journal of Arts and Humanities, 1(1), 13-15. https://doi.org/10.25082/IJAH.2020.01.004

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