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Maria Todorova’s Bones of contention. The living archive of Vasil Levski and the making of Bulgaria’s national hero (Budapest and New York: Central European University Press: 2009). A Comment

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1. Laclau E. 2005. On populist reason (London and New York: Verso).
2. Levi-Strauss, C. 1963. “The structural study of myth,” in Structural Anthropology 1 (New York: Basic): 206–231.
3. Slavoj Z. 1993. Tarrying with the negative: Kant, Hegel, and the critique of ideology (Durham: Duke University Press).
4. Todorova M. 2009. Bones of contention. The living archive of Vasil Levski and the making of Bulgaria’s national hero (Budapest and New York: CEU Press).
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